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Tulane School of Architecture is currently closed due to the impacts of Hurricane Ida. Remote instruction will begin Sept. 13, 2021, and in-person instruction will resume on Sept. 27. For more information about Tulane's response and reopening, visit the university's Forward TUgether website.

The Bachelor of Science in Architecture (BSA) degree is a 4-year-long undergraduate course of study.  This program offers an integrated curriculum in the liberal arts and architecture designed to promote an understanding of design as a cultural expression while providing a strong preparation for graduate professional study in architecture or an array of other potential career paths. The BSA is a pre-professional degree in architecture that allows flexibility in the potential for double majoring and opportunities to join the architecture program after the freshman year. Graduates of this program are prepared to work in architectural or related offices and those who wish to become licensed architects would typically pursue a 2-year course of graduate study to attain an accredited professional degree in architecture.  Many graduates of this program will choose work or graduate education in a wide variety of areas including law, business, real estate, preservation, planning, and landscape architecture.

Fully approved and accredited through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.

Degree Information

Curriculum Sheet (2018-present) (PDF, text)