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    2000 Bonisteel Blvd Ann Arbor, MI 48109 United States
  • Architecture Degrees

    Pre-professional Architecture Degrees (Undergraduate)

    B.S. Architecture

    Professional Architecture Degrees (Graduate)

    Master of Architecture (M.Arch.)

    Post-professional or non-professional Architecture (Graduate)

    Ph.D. Architecture
    M.S. Architecture
  • Tuition

    Undergrad Tuition – In State

    $11,500 - $16,500

    Undergrad Tuition – Out of State

    $46,500 - $50,000

    Graduate Tuition – In State

    $26,500 - $31,500
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University of Michigan

Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning

U-M Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning is an internationally renowned, culturally diverse, and intellectually dynamic community of students, scholars, and teacher practitioners. Our committed and energetic faculty, staff, and students form a diverse, creative, and collaborative community within the University of Michigan.

Comprised of fellows, visiting professors, and lecturers of various educational backgrounds and professional experiences, we are proud of our diverse faculty. Faculty are actively engaged in teaching, practicing, and researching in fields including architecture, environmental technology and planning, transportation, economic development, land use planning, and urban design.

Our students are provided with many opportunities to expand their interests. International travel courses are an essential part of the college's course offerings, career services coordinates a one-week unpaid externship during spring break for students to learn more about their intended profession, and students looking to get involved can join our student groups.

http://taubmancollege.umich.edu/
University
Setting

One of the country's premier public universities, the University of Michigan was founded in 1817. Each year, approximately 40,000 students enroll in top-ranked academic programs ranging from the arts and humanities to medicine, engineering, lawand business administration. With its world-renowned faculty and researchers, 19 libraries, numerous centers for specialized study and research, and continuous schedule of conferences and academic forums, the University of Michigan offers a rich intellectual environment that nurtures creativity and interdisciplinary exchange.

School Philosophy

Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Michigan aims to create a more beautiful, inclusive and better environment for generations to come. Through interdisciplinary education and research, we prepare graduates for positions of responsibility within a wide spectrum of professions, organizations, and institutions that shape the built environment at scales ranging from local to global.

School
Programs

Taubman College offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in architecture. The undergraduate program culminates in a Bachelor of Science degree (B.S.) and the graduate program culminates in a Master of Architecture degree (M.Arch.). In addition, the program also offers a post-professional Master of Science in Architecture (M.S.).

Taubman College offers a non-professional Bachelor of Science degree. The Bachelor of Science provides an opportunity for developing skills, knowledge, and perceptions in areas related to the built environment. Undergraduate applications are due February 1st, a portfolio of visual work is due March 10th. To learn more about the Bachelor of Science: http://taubmancollege.umich.edu/architecture/degrees/bachelor-science.

Taubman College's graduate degree in architecture is open to students who have already earned pre-professional undergraduate degrees in architecture (2-year) as well as those who received undergraduate degrees in a subject other than architecture (3-year). The application deadline for both graduate programs is January 15th. To learn more about the Master of Architecture: http://taubmancollege.umich.edu/architecture/degrees/master-architecture.

The post-professional Master of Science in architecture degree includes concentrations in Digital Technologies, Material Systems, and Design and Health. To learn more about the Master of Science: http://taubmancollege.umich.edu/architecture/degrees/master-science-architecture.

Areas
of Focus

1. Building Technologies
2. Community Design
3. Design/Build
4. Digital Fabrication & Technology
5. Digital Design & Visualization
6. History
Theory
Criticism
7. Urbanism

Student
Opportunities
Study Abroad
Our
Facilities
24 Hour Workshop
Large-format Printer
Laser Cutter
Woodshop
3D Printing
Metalshop
CNC Milling
Fabrication Lab

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