Architects shape the ways we think, feel, and interact with each other by designing the spaces in which we live, work, play, and worship.
At The Catholic University of America, you will participate in a rigorous, design-orientated program that emphasizes the skilled manipulation of form, the development of process, and a problem-solving approach that is critical for architects in our ever-changing world. This technical training is framed by liberal arts classes that will give you a deeper understanding of yourself and the world.
When you complete the undergraduate program, you will be well prepared to continue on to graduate study or pursue work in an architecture-related career. The liberal arts background you will gain as a complement to your technical knowledge will help you use your skills in pursuit of a better, more beautiful world.
Why an architecture degree from Catholic University
With a B.S. in Architecture, you will be prepared to begin a graduate program in architecture to earn your license. You will also be qualified to work in a number of architecture-related fields. Those who study architecture go on to have successful careers in drafting, interior design, 3-D consultation, surveying, urban planning, contracting, or industrial design.