Dean, College of Architecture & Graduate School of Architecture & Urban Design: Bruce Lindsey
The Graduate School of Architecture & Urban Design is comprised of professional degrees in architecture, landscape architecture, and urban design. Disciplinary depth is the essential ingredient in the interdisciplinary collaboration necessary to effectively address the complex environmental and social issues facing our world. Our graduate programs are focused on environmental ethics, historical and global perspectives, innovation, and technological fluency, providing students with experiences that will allow them to be leaders in their fields. With dual degrees offered in architecture, landscape architecture, and urban design and joint degrees with construction management, social work, and business, design becomes the synthetic context for transdisciplinary knowledge through research and practice.