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Apply for Master of Architecture degree (2-year or 3-year)

Apply for Master of Architecture degree (2-year or 3-year)
Deadlined Extended to January 30, 2017!

PSU Architecture students take home 2016 AIA NW & Pacific Region Student Design Awards

PSU Architecture students take home 2016 AIA NW & Pacific Region Student Design Awards

Architecture students design, build houseless sleeping pods

Architecture students design, build houseless sleeping pods
14 pods from citywide groups displayed at PNCA through Dec. 18
In our rich, materially based curriculum, we challenge students to address the poetics of material, urban issues and cultural meaning, community engagement and social needs through architecture and design.

With an established reputation for promoting a materially diverse, urban-oriented, socially engaged architectural education, including a pre-professional undergraduate degree in Architecture, a professional accredited Master of Architecture, the Center for Public Interest Design, and strong ties to local design practice, we offer a rigorous educational experience in the ideal setting of downtown Portland.

Our nearly 400 students study the art, theory and practice of architecture in our growing programs, including a Bachelor of Arts or Science in Architecture, Two-year and Three-year Master of Architecture, and Graduate Certificate in Public Interest Design. Residing in Shattuck Hall, an elegant, renovated 1915 red-brick elementary school building on the leafy South Park Blocks, our programs prepare future architects to employ design for the public good.

 

Portland State University has been accepted to participate in the Integrated Path to Architectural Licensure (IPAL). This initiative provides students the opportunity to complete requirements for licensure while earning their degree. Spearheaded by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB), the initiative enables accredited programs to incorporate professional experience and examination into curricula. To learn more about IPAL visit www.ncarb.org/IPAL