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Programs in Architecture

The College of Architecture, through its programs in architecture, interior design, landscape architecture and community and regional planning, offers a broad educational and research base for the study of the directions of a changing world. Even though the architecture and related programs address the multi-faceted heritage of our many cultures, they also deal with the challenge of tomorrow as we are building it today. Students and faculty of the College of Architecture seek the best of the past to carry through today into the uncertainty of tomorrow.

Students pursue studies on an interdisciplinary basis through the professional staff within the College and also through organized, coordinated study programs involving professional, scientific, and academic staff from many departments within the University.

The College of Architecture at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) offers pre-professional and graduate professional programs. Participation in these programs is available through courses offered at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO).

The College of Architecture consists of four academic programs: community and regional planning, architecture, landscape architecture, and interior design.

The graduate program in Community and Regional Planning offers the two-year, professional Master of Community and Regional Planning (MCRP) degree which is accredited by the Planning Accreditation Board (PAB) of the American Planning Association. A limited number of courses are available at UNO; all apply toward the MCRP degree at UNL.

The architecture option in the Department of Architecture includes a two-year, pre-architecture program, a Bachelor of Science in Design - Architectural Studies, professional Master of Architecture program, a post-professional Master's Degree, and a Ph.D. program. Admission to the Bachelors of Science, Masters, and PhD programs is based on an application process. The professional Master of Architecture degree is accredited by the National Architectural Accreditation Board (NAAB).

The interior design option in the College of Architecture includes a pre-interior design program followed by two years of interior design instruction leading to a Bachelor of Science in Design - Interior Design.The interior design program is fully accredited by CIDA.

To apply for entrance into our undergraduate programs please go to the university admissions website or contact the appropriate admissions assistant listed just to the right to assist you.

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