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Lecture: Sarah Williams Goldhagen, Ph.D., Wednesday, October 9th, 1:30 pm

Lecture: Ellen Dunham-Jones, Ph.D., Wednesday, November 13th, 1:30 pm

2020 Career Expo: Wednesday, February 26th, and Thursday, February 27th, 9:00 am - 5 pm


World Design Studio: Architecture and Landscape Architecture students from Clemson and two international institutions participated in real-world projects across three continents. Leaders from the three institutions came together on Clemson's campus Feb. 18 to formalize and advance their work together. Click here to read more or view their website here

New Institute for Intelligent Materials, Systems and Environments (CU-iMSE): Click here to view their website and learn more. 

Lecture Series VideoClick here to view videos of the Fall 2018 CAF Lecture Series:  Sept. 26 - Conversation with Nader Tehrani and Catie Newell;  Oct. 24 - Conversation with Allison Williams and William Leddy.

Faculty Job Opening:  Tenured Associate or Full Professor in Historic Preservation + Director of the Historic Preservation Program.  Click here to see the ad, or apply at

New STEM Designation:   Click here for the full story on the new designation for the graduate architecture programs.

Fall 2018 Newsletter: Stretching, Overlapping & Celebrating:   Click here to see the full stories and news on:

  • Clemson Architectural Foundation (CAF)
  • Faculty & Staff
  • Programs and Students
  • 50 Years of Architecture + Health
  • Fluid Campus with Endless Learning



The School of Architecture consists of four major Programs: Architecture, Landscape Architecture, M.S. in Historic Preservation and Master of Resilient Urban Design. Within each of these major Programs are concentrations, centers, institutes and certificate programs. Architecture and Landscape Architecture offer both graduate and undergraduate degrees. In addition, our programs reach across four locations (fluid campuses): Clemson, Charleston, Genoa Italy and Barcelona Spain.

Our intention on this site is to provide you with information that encompasses all that we do, but we realize it sometimes causes navigational confusion. Here are a few tips to help you get around:

Select the Program tab from the menu. Under the secondary page menu, you will be able to see the four major Programs. By clicking on a Program you will see the concentrations, certificates, courses, etc. that are offered within each category. The banner at the top of the Program page displays a map showing how all the programs and locations interact with each other.

By selecting the Campus tab from the top menu, you will be able to see the four fluid campus locations and see details about each.

The Resources tab on the top menu will provide you with general information about visiting the school, applying, tuition and fees and resources for international students.