Students present their renderings during Junior and Senior Studio Presentations in the Hinman Research Building



Across the spectrum of our undergraduate, professional, and doctoral programs, the School of Architecture brings design and research into a creative tension where innovation thrives. Thinking, designing, and making are co-extensive activities spanning across our classrooms, studios, labs, and in our new curriculum incubators. Students are exposed to the kinds of cutting-edge research, new technologies, and techniques that are redefining the field of architecture.

Our Degree Programs

Bachelor of Science Students present their studio project in front of jurors in the Architecture West atrium.

Bachelor of Science in Architecture

Lay the foundation for a wide range of careers/advanced education in architecture, design, and related fields.
Master of Architecture students present their work in the Hinman Research Building's space referred to as The Cave.

Master of Architecture

Earn your professional degree to lead you to a career in architecture.
Students present research on the reuse of wind turbines for industry professionals in the Digital Fabrication Lab

Master of Science in Architecture

Futher your experience in applying research and design to architecture.
MSUD student presents drawings for his ULI Hines Design Competition project entry in the Hinman Research Building.

Master of Science in Urban Design

Expand on your education and experiences to enter urban design practices.
Master of Architecture's Urban Design Studio present their projects to faculty and guest jurors for their Final Review in the Architecture West second floor atrium.

Dual M.Arch & MCRP

Complete both a Master of Architecture and a Master of City & Regional Planning Degree at Georgia Tech.
Ph.D. student, Tzu-Chieh Kurt Hong, presenting at the Shape Machine Symposium in the Caddell Research Building in Spring 2019.

Ph.D. in Architecture

Research the intricacies of architecture from history/theory to design technology & more.

Architecture Minor and Certificates

Architecture is a complex and highly integrative discipline that can provide a foundation for careers in different areas of environmental design and construction as well as provide preparation for other collaborative design processes involving the integration of art and science. The School of Architecture offers an architecture minor and four architecture certificates to undergraduate students. 

International Education

Georgia Tech offers more than 80 exchange programs and more than 50 programs led by its own faculty, sending 1500+ students abroad each year.  All students in the School of Architecture are encouraged to engage in international studies, and undergraduates should consider participating in Georgia Tech's International Plan, an intensive, degree-long program designed to prepare graduates professionally and personally for successful lives in the global environment of the twenty-first century.

Pre-College Program

Pre-College Architecture Program group photo on the stairs in Architecture West


Have you always been curious about architecture? Do you want to be part of teams designing buildings of the future? Are you interested in learning how to use emerging technologies to design buildings?

The Pre-College Architecture "Be the Future" summer studio offers an opportunity for students interested in architecture to get a hands-on experience of what it's like to be an architect. Come join us for an energetic immersion into the field of design and making where students will interact with professors, current students, recent graduates, and local practitioners. 


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