UCLA’s Department of Architecture & Urban Design offers a host of degrees and entry levels for architecture students.
Fall 2017 saw students and faculty settling into the A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning’s revamped and expanded Art and Architecture building.
The School of Architecture and Design at the University of Kansas has both ample facilities and academic offerings.
Cooper Union’s forward-thinking dean, Nader Tehrani of NADAAA, oversees a focus on advanced design innovation and interdisciplinary collaboration.
Ryerson’s workshop-based experiential ID program has been significantly enhanced by the recent addition of an in-house digital fabrication lab boasting cutting-edge equipment.
With its devoted focus, an average class size of 13 and a 10-1 student-faculty ratio, this 100-year-old school guarantees students a close-up, in-depth look at an increasingly multifaceted field.
Based in Brooklyn, Pratt’s School of Design sees New York City as an ideal lab for interior design students to develop both local and global perspectives and ultimately “connect the practice … to larger issues of habitation, cities and society.”
Offering programs emphasizing a holistic approach, Carleton’s School of Industrial Design is just one of two schools in Canada recognized by the Industrial Design Society of America.
Under the auspices of UPenn’s School of Design, intensive studio work is accompanied by seminars and workshops in history, theory and new technologies.
While enrolment is limited, UBC’s MLA course (offered within the School of Architecture + Landscape Architecture) has outsize impact and an enviable student-teacher ratio.
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