Studies and Majors

Environmental Design/Architecture

Environmental Design/Architecture
Leading Environmental Design/Architecture Schools
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School   (degrees awarded)
University of Colorado Boulder   (216 Bachelors degrees)
North Dakota State University-Main Campus   (93 Bachelors degrees)
Montana State University   (76 Bachelors degrees)
University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras   (61 Bachelors degrees)
Harvard University   (48 Masters degrees)
Philadelphia University   (35 Masters degrees)
Rutgers University-New Brunswick   (32 Bachelors degrees)
University at Buffalo   (32 Bachelors degrees)
Bowling Green State University-Main Campus   (31 Bachelors degrees)
University of Houston   (30 Bachelors degrees)
North Carolina State University at Raleigh   (30 Bachelors degrees)
University of Massachusetts Amherst   (28 Bachelors degrees)
Cornell University   (23 Bachelors degrees)
University of New Mexico-Main Campus   (20 Bachelors degrees)
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities   (18 Bachelors degrees)
Boston Architectural College   (18 Bachelors degrees)
Massachusetts College of Art and Design   (18 Bachelors degrees)
Art Center College of Design   (17 Bachelors degrees)
University of Oregon   (14 Postbaccalaureate certificate degrees)
University of Memphis   (14 Bachelors degrees)
Utah State University   (14 Bachelors degrees)
Pratt Institute-Main   (11 Masters degrees)
Portland Community College   (11 Award < 1Yr degrees)
Otis College of Art and Design   (10 Bachelors degrees)
Stony Brook University   (10 Bachelors degrees)
Auburn University   (9 Bachelors degrees)
The University of Texas at Austin   (9 Masters degrees)
Cornell University   (9 Masters degrees)
Arizona State University   (8 Masters degrees)
NHTI-Concord's Community College   (8 Associates degrees)
Environmental Design/Architecture Description

A program that prepares individuals to design public and private spaces, indoor and outdoor, for leisure, recreational, commercial, and living purposes, and for professional practice as environmental designers and architects. Includes instruction in the design and planning of public and private open spaces and their relationship to buildings and other aspects of the built environment; facilities management; related aspects of interior design and architecture, landscape architecture, and urban planning; and professional responsibilities and standards.

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