Thank you for your interest in the architecture programs we offer here at Clemson!
Architectural education was established at Clemson College in 1913. Today, Clemson University's School of Architecture offers the following degree programs:
Bachelor of Arts in Architecture, a four-year undergraduate program with a mixture of general education (including language and minor requirements) and pre-professional coursework
Master of Architecture, NAAB-accredited two-year and three-year graduate programs
Master of Architecture with a concentration in Architecture + Health, NAAB-accredited two-year and three-year graduate programs
Master of Science in Architecture, a post-professional research-oriented course of study
Our program and faculty are also affiliated with the post-professional
Planning, Design, and the Built Environment PhD Program, an interdisciplinary doctoral program for students focused on research in architecture, city planning, landscape architecture, urban design, development, and related topics