About:

The Tulane School of Architecture prepares students for leadership positions in the design professions and in their communities. This school aspires to provide the highest quality professional education in architecture and to promote excellence and innovation in architecture, landscape urbanism, preservation, and urban and environmental design and development. The School recognizes the centrality of design thinking as a process of synthesis that incorporates history, theory, technology, economics, behavior, and culture. The School supports diversity and meaningful engagement with urban and community issues, while embracing the creative potential and imperative of sustainable design.

Core Focus:

  • B. S. Architecture, Pre-professional Degree
  • B.Arch. Professional Degree
  • M.Arch. I First Professional Degree
  • M.Arch. I First Professional Degree
  • M.Arch. II Post-Professional Degree
  • MPS - Master of Preservation Studies
  • MSRED - Master of Sustainable Real Estate Development
  • M.Arch. I + MPS / M.Arch. I + MSRED Dual Degrees

Program Highlights:

See Degree Information Link

Source: http://architecture.tulane.edu/

*This information is based on the school's 2016/2017 program and may not reflect changes, updates or deletions to the programs.