University of Minnesota School of Architecture (Virtual) Open House
December 3 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
The University of Minnesota School of Architecture has had many excellent students from St. Olaf College attend our program over the years. They have gone on to successful careers in architecture and leadership roles in the profession. I would like to invite you to learn more about graduate and professional studies in architecture and about our programs housed in Rapson Hall on the Twin Cities campus.
We offer a series of graduate degrees that focus on educating architects to enter the profession through the Master of Architecture program. Within this structure we also offer graduate programs to enhance your architectural education and support specializations in the field (MSSD, MSRP, MSMD, HSPH).
The School’s faculty is an important aspect of this education and comprises internationally recognized experts in a range of interrelated architectural fields: design; urban and rural design; building technology; design/build; sustainable building design; resilient and regenerative infrastructures; housing; heritage studies and public history; critical practice and representation; history, theory, and criticism; and research embedded in practice. Our program is also supported by faculty-practitioners and our strong ties to the vibrant Twin Cities design community.
Founded in 1913 and situated within the College of Design, the University of Minnesota School of Architecture maintains cross-disciplinary collaborations with landscape architecture, interior design, graphic design, product design, apparel design, retail merchandising, metropolitan and sustainable design centers, and human factors and ergonomics.
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