Taubman College

Overview

The study of architecture provides students with an opportunity to explore the world around them and provides an introduction to designing the space and buildings within it. An interdisciplinary profession, when one pursues a degree in architecture, courses are taken in design, representation, construction, structures, environmental sciences, history, and art. For individuals with a passion for designing the built environment and a desire to address the environmental challenges facing us today, an education in architecture is ideal springboard.

The Architecture Program encourages all applicants interested in design to apply to the undergraduate and graduate programs. The admissions committee is looking for intelligent, enthusiastic, dedicated, and thoughtful students. We encourage you to explore our website and contact us with any questions you may have. In the meantime, our architecture brochure (PDF 5.1MB) offers a glimpse into the college and provides an overview of our programs.

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