Bachelor of Science in Architecture
Launch your career in architecture through the Bachelor of Science in Architecture in Temple University’s Tyler School of Art and Architecture. Graduates of this 123-credit, professionally accredited undergraduate program receive a pre-professional degree, qualifying them for paid internships in the architectural field or admission to a Master of Architecture program—a requirement for professional registration and a career as a licensed architect.
Take coursework in architectural design, history and theory of architecture, sustainability and building technology. With guidance from an accomplished faculty of design practitioners and innovators and access to top-notch resources at Temple, you’ll acquire knowledge and skills to engage timely, global topics like health and climate change, social equity and digital design processes.
Build fundamental skills in design thinking and making through intensive design studios that incorporate information from lecture and seminar courses. Learn to form and communicate unique design ideas through digital processes, drawing and model-making, and explore coursework in related Tyler programs, such as community development, facilities management, historic preservation, horticulture, and landscape architecture.
Through Tyler’s 4+1 accelerated track and 4+2 track, students earn both Bachelor of Science in Architecture and Master of Science in Architecture degrees in a sequence that meets the National Architectural Accrediting Board’s standards for an accredited professional education.
Explore the list of related graduate degrees below to learn more about graduate degree options for Architecture Major students.