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Becoming an architect involves learning in the classroom and design studio as well as visiting buildings and cities to gain first-hand experience of how design shapes our world. As an upper-level architecture student enrolled in a professional degree program, you can spend a semester or summer studying at our global campus center in midtown Manhattan (14th floor of 171 Madison Avenue).
You'll have an invaluable studio experience under the leadership of a visiting critic who is a highly renowned NYC-based architect--past critics include Joshua Prince-Ramus, Marc Tsurumaki, and Gregg Pasquarelli. You'll also take courses from Syracuse Architecture faculty that focus on the city's history, urban morphology, planning, real estate development, and urban theory. The NYC experience is integrated with guest lectures, collateral programming, and an extensive field trip itinerary in and around the city.
Syracuse Architecture is one of the nation's top-ranked professional architecture schools. We invite you to learn more about our program here online, including information about how to apply and our admissions requirements. If needed, please feel free to contact us directly.
Syracuse University School of Architecture
201 Slocum Hall
Syracuse, New York 13244