List of Colleges that Offer Architecture Degrees and Majors

When selecting an architecture school in the U.S., students may consider the type of hands-on experience available, the type of coursework offered and the types of degree programs offered with an eye toward meeting state licensure requirements.

How to Select an Architecture School

Students interested in attending an architecture school in the U.S. may enroll in a professional bachelor's or a professional master's degree in architecture. Applicants without experience should seek a school with a Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch.). Applicants with a bachelor's in a field other than architecture or who have earned a non-professional bachelor's in architecture might look for an institution offering a professional Master in Architecture (M.Arch.).

Further considerations:

  • Find a program accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB).
  • Consider coursework and type of concentrations within a certain program.
  • Some schools offer hands-on experiences with professional architects already working in the field.

Schools that Have Architecture Degrees

College/University Institution Type
Arizona State University 4-year, Public
Ohio State University-Main Campus 4-year, Public
University of Florida 4-year, Public
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities 4-year, Public
The University of Texas at Austin 4-year, Public
Texas A & M University 4-year, Public
University of South Florida 4-year, Public
Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus 4-year, Public
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 4-year, Public
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor 4-year, Public

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