About the School of Architecture
The University of Arizona School of Architecture is devoted to professional architectural education, research and service with a sensibility honed by the extreme climate and multicultural landscape of the Sonoran Desert.
With outstanding, award-winning faculty, many of whom practice architecture professionally or whose research is helping drive the future for our built environments, we offer the Top 25 NAAB-accredited, five-year Bachelor of Architecture, interdisciplinary Bachelor of Arts in Design Arts and Practices, NAAB-accredited, two- or three-year Master of Architecture and 18-month, research-oriented Master of Science in Architecture.
Black Lives Matter: A Statement from the School of Architecture
We condemn racism and all its pernicious effects, and we must root it out. We pride ourselves on being members of a university dedicated to the advancement of knowledge and our students, but we can and must do more.
Accreditation Status and Professional Registration
Our B Arch and M Arch are accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board and in order to become a registered architect in most U.S. states, one needs a professional architecture degree from a NAAB-accredited program, plus other requirements.
Studio Culture Policy
The School of architecture fosters intellectual growth and a creative, collaborative and engaged studio/lab community. Our studio culture policy affirms principles of design education and augments the UArizona Student Code of Academic Integrity.
Alumni of the School of Architecture in the College of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture comprise a dynamic community, working in architecture and design as well as affiliated careers and industries.