Bachelor of Science in Architecture

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The Bachelor of Science in Architecture is a four-year pre-professional degree. The curriculum combines a general liberal arts education with concentrated studies in architecture. As such, students receive a rigorous intellectual training in the sciences, the humanities and the arts, as well as a direct, hands-on approach to synthesizing this knowledge in the architectural design studios. Students who desire professional architectural registration will be required to study for an additional two years to receive a National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) accredited Master of Architecture degree. Admission to the program is selective.

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Jessica Baer-Graves
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