Situated within a major research university in the state of New York, Syracuse University School of Architecture is one of the oldest architecture schools in the U.S. We are currently ranked by DesignIntelligence as the #4 school of architecture for undergraduate study in the U.S.; our graduate program is ranked #13. Ranked by Best Architecture Masters, our MS program is ranked #22 in the world and #7 in the U.S.
We offer three degree programs: a five-year professional undergraduate course of study leading to the BArch; a three-and-one-half year professional graduate course of study leading to the MArch; and a one-and-one-half year course of post-professional study leading to the MS in Architecture.
Representatives from our school will be in China this spring from March through May. You are invited to meet Fei Wang 王飛, assistant professor, director of China programs and M.S. program coordinator in person; and Dean Michael Speaks and Vittoria Buccina, assistant dean of enrollment management, virtually to learn more about our programs.
Under current federal policy, graduates of our BArch, MArch and MS programs who are studying under an F-1 visa are eligible to apply for a 24-month STEM extension to a graduate’s 12-month post-graduate Optional Professional Training (OPT). Additional information can be found online at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s website.
Please check back for updates to the schedule below.
China Virtual ADmitted STudent Information Session
SATURDAY, April 17, 2021
Join Dean Speaks , Assistant Dean Buccina , Professor Wang , current students, and alumni for an engaging information session about the Bachelor of Architecture at Syracuse University. Come prepared with any questions you may have about our program.
WeChat article about the event.
No pre-registration required. Click here to join the Zoom session.
sunday, april 18, 2021
Admitted Student Event
Wanxiang South Rd #669, 19F
saturday, april 24, 2021
wednesday, may 5, 2021
sunday, may 9, 2021
friday, may 14, 2021
About Syracuse Architecture
Our undergraduate program is increasingly global in the students it attracts and in the locations and experiences of our off-campus programs. A course of study grounded in a rigorous design education, students are exposed to historical, theoretical and technical aspects of the discipline.