The College of Architecture and Planning offers a Bachelor of Science in Architecture, a four-year pre-professional program that prepares graduates to enter accredited professional Master of Architecture programs across the country as well as other graduate programs in disciplines such as landscape architecture, interior architecture, planning, historic preservation and urban design. BSArch graduates may also consider careers in construction and real estate as project managers, marketers, estimators, inspectors, appraisers, developers and facilities managers.
Students in the BSArch program will benefit from close contact with graduate architecture students and architects and other design, construction and real estate professionals with practices in downtown Denver and the Metro Region. They will study in one of the most dynamic and rapidly growing urban environments in the country. This new program expands the College’s ability to meet the rapidly changing demand for architects and designers in Colorado, the United States and the world.
We encourage interested students to apply as early as possible to this exciting new degree program. Anyone applying for admission to a college or university for the first time after graduating from high school (or earning a GED) is a freshman for admission purposes. Students who completed college courses while still in high school may have credits considered in transfer, but they still apply as freshman students.