Bachelor of Architecture

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Program Description

The Mississippi State University School of Architecture offers the Bachelor of Architecture degree, a five-year professional degree accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB). The program has been accredited continuously since its inception in 1973. In September of 2016, the school was reaccredited for another full eight-year term. 

The School of Architecture is also a member of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA). Courses are taught by a faculty of professionals engaged in practice, education, and research.

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The College of Architecture, Art, and Design The College of Architecture, Art, and Design includes the School of Architecture, Department of Art, Building Construction Science Program, and Interior De ... Read More

The College of Architecture, Art, and Design The College of Architecture, Art, and Design includes the School of Architecture, Department of Art, Building Construction Science Program, and Interior Design Program. Students graduate with a Bachelor of Architecture, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Science in Building Construction Science, and Bachelor of Science in Interior Design. Read less