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  • Address
    Rm. 210 Architecture Hall, 400 Stadium Dr., Lincoln, NE 68588-0106 United States
  • Architecture Degrees

    Professional Architecture Degrees (Graduate)

    Master of Architecture (M.Arch.)
    M.Arch./M. Business Administration
    M.Arch./M. Construction Management

    Post-professional or non-professional Architecture (Graduate)

    M.S. Architecture

    Other Related Disciplines (Graduate)


    M.Arch./Master of Community and Regional Planning (MCRP)
  • Tuition

    Undergrad Tuition – In State

    $6,500 - $11,500

    Undergrad Tuition – Out of State

    $21,500 - $26,500

    Graduate Tuition – In State

    $11,500 - $16,500

    Graduate Tuition – Out of State

    $31,500 - $36,500
  • Full-Time Students
  • School Deadlines
    Fall Semester

    Spring Semester

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

College of Architecture

We provide the educational foundation for articulate, intellectually aware, self-realizing architecture professionals capable of performing effectively in evolving design disciplines.


The Architecture Program is housed within the College of Architecture. The College of Architecture is uniquely positioned with four professions centered around the built environment (Architecture, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture, and Community and Regional Planning).

School Philosophy

Architects shape the physical environment to give expression to the values and beliefs of a culture and its people. When a client explains to an architect his or her desires for a building, he or she is also describing his or her values and priorities. It is these beliefs, and those of the architect, that are communicated by architecture. Like most endeavors in the arts and humanities, architects are concerned with forms of expression and the content of a particular message. However, what separates architecture from most other forms of communication is its sheer size, the longevity of its statement and its mass appeal. Simply, architects design buildings. Architects visualize a building but do not directly produce it. They visualize the future through models and drawings. These tools are used to communicate their ideas to others, especially to clients. The architect is the person who creatively envisions a product and then plans for the joining of materials and technique to produce the desired intention. An architect's process extends from the broad conceptualization to the details of construction and fabrication.


The 120-credit BSD in Architecture leads directly to the 2-year M.Arch., a NAAB accredited professional degree (required to become an architect) emphasizing design and research geared towards real and emerging challenges facing the built environment. The College's nationally accredited Master of Architecture program also offers a 3-Year track, designed for those with a 4-year college degree in a different field. For students intending to pursue careers in architectural and design scholarship and research as an alternative to the professional degree, perhaps the Master of Science in Architecture program is an option. Meet an Undergraduate Architecture Student: http://goo.gl/Q1IN4H Meet a Graduate Student: http://mediahub.unl.edu/media/4674 Apply today at:http://architecture.unl.edu/resources/applying-admission.

of Focus

1. Art & Design
2. Public Health
3. Community Design
4. History | Theory | Criticism
5. Urbanism
6. Design/Build
7. Digital Design & Visualization

Cross-disciplinary experience
Teaching / Research assistantships
Study Abroad
Large-format Printer
Laser Cutter
3D Printing
CNC Milling
Fabrication Lab

Transfer Policies

Transfer students must have a 3.0 cumulative grade point average to be considered for admission into the College.

If you do not meet the minimum gpa requirement, please contact our admissions coordinator, Leslie Gonzalez, for advising: leslie.gonzalez@unl.edu

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