The School of Architecture & Interior Design has the distinction of emphasizing diverse practice-based learning opportunities. We serve actual communities or campuses with planning solutions as part of our hands-on Urban Design Studio, and in our Topics Studio we design and build small structures like tiny houses for people who want to live lightly, and mobile medical clinics for remote locations in Africa. Our Architecture Missions Group and its professional faculty provide opportunities to serve real clients with shelter, worship spaces, and other building needs. Our practicum program places students in select professional offices to learn first-hand many aspects of architectural practice.
Join our 3 ½ year Master of Architecture degree program and learn to make a tangible difference in people’s lives on a daily basis.
Carey Carscallen, MArch
Dean, School of Architecture & Interior Design