Courses-School of Architecture - Carnegie Mellon University

The curriculum of Carnegie Mellon's School of Architecture is designed to provide a comprehensive knowledge base that forms the foundation of the five-year Bachelor of Architecture degree. The program meets NAAB Student Performance Criteria by creating a synthesis of studio based study with course that delve into the areas of history, technology, and professional practice.

Courses revolve around the Integrated Design Studio sequence. Undergraduate students may choose to take graduate level courses if approved by the professor. Courses fall into six streams:

Architecture Design Studio Representation
Building Technology Environmental Technology
History Critical Practice