The concentration was planned with the explicit goal of connecting architectural training firmly with the humanities and providing a greater awareness of global, environmental, social and economic issues in the built environment. This approach to the education of architects and urban planners is meant to provide them with the tools needed in today's urban global society. Students who complete a specific track within the concentration will have the option of transitioning into a 2-year Masters of Architecture program at the Rhode Island School of Design or several other architecture schools.
The Architecture concentration allows students to develop a broad understanding of the concepts and methods for the planning and design of buildings, landscapes, and cities.
Department Undergraduate Group (DUG)
Student Leaders: Ted Catlin, Didier Lucceus
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Students completing the concentration will be eligible for graduate programs in architecture, as well as programs in architectural history and careers in design.
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