Florida A&M University
Bachelor of Architecture; Master of Architecture
As a result of the University Restructuring Plan, the FAMU School of Architecture is now the School of Architecture & Engineering Technology, and is organized into two Divisions, a Division of Architecture and a Division of Engineering Technology. The Division of Architecture is composed of one program – architecture. The Division of Architecture offers the non-professional Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies, the nonprofessional Master of Science in Architecture, the professional Bachelor of Architecture and the professional Master of Architecture.
The mission of the School of Architecture and Engineering Technology, is to provide an enlightened and enriched academic, intellectual, moral, cultural, ethical, technological, and student-centered environment, conducive to the development of highly qualified individuals who are prepared and capable of serving as leaders and contributors within the fields of Architecture and Engineering Technology in an ever-evolving society. The School aspires to seek and support a faculty and staff of distinction dedicated to providing outstanding academic education at the undergraduate, graduate, and professional school levels, with a particular emphasis on integrity, creativity, and ethical conduct.
ABOUT THE SCHOOL
FAMU’s academic achievements are what set it apart as a unique learning experience. In 2014, FAMU was recognized among the 2014 U.S. News & World Report’s “Best National Universities.” The U.S. News & World Report lists FAMU as the top public historically black college or university in the nation for 2015. It is also listed among The Princeton Review’s “Best in the Southeast” colleges and is one of the top picks for providing a high quality education at an affordable price in Florida, according to The College Database (2013).
In addition to being one of the most beautiful college campuses in the nation, FAMU students have the opportunity to actively engage in a broad range of educational or recreational activities. There are more than 100 recognized student clubs and organizations at FAMU, and the Office of Student Activities provides leadership training opportunities, funding, and other benefits to ensure that student life is as dynamic as possible.
Additionally, students can research and join several honor societies and professional organizations, as well as Greek fraternities and sororities. These organizations foster opportunities to build leadership skills, character, and a sense of philanthropy and civic engagement through community service projects.