Master of Architecture
Clemson University has taught architecture for over a century. Today, the School of Architecture is meeting 21st century challenges through pedagogical and technological advances, to provide design leadership in an expanding global environment. The School is part of a College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities along with the departments of Planning and Landscape Architecture, Art, Performing Arts, Construction Science, Philosophy and Religion, Languages, English, and History.
The School offers a four-year Bachelor of Arts in Architecture degree and a Master of Architecture degree with enrollments of approximately 275 students and 115 students respectively. The M.S. in Architecture and the Ph.D. in Planning, Design and the Built Environment are offered as post-professional research degrees. The graduate program has a specialized option in Architecture and Health that is one of only two such programs in the country. The School’s Fluid Campus, where students and faculty work in a variety of diverse physical, political and cultural settings, offers a uniquely rich global education. Students and professors regularly receive national recognition through numerous national and international awards including four straight years of a top 20 ranking by Design Intelligence Magazine.
ABOUT THE SCHOOL
Ranked as the 23rd best national public university by U.S.News & World Report, Clemson is a science- and engineering-oriented college dedicated to teaching, research and service. Founded in 1889, we remain committed both to world-class research and a high quality of life. In fact, 92 percent of our seniors say they’d pick Clemson again if they had it to do over.
Clemson’s retention and graduation rates rank among the highest in the country for public universities. We’ve been named among the best values by Kiplinger magazine in 2013, and SmartMoney in 2012 ranked us No. 7 in student return on investment.
Our beautiful college campus sits on 1,400 acres in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, along the shores of Hartwell Lake. But we also have research facilities and economic development hubs throughout the state of South Carolina — in Greenville, Greenwood, Columbia and Charleston.