The Nautilus - Fall 2005
Master of Community Development degree to begin in January
The University will launch its much-anticipated Master of Community Development (MCD) degree program in January 2006. The first of its kind in the nation, the program is designed for architects, government planners, real estate developers, community activists or any practitioner who needs to consider all aspects of a proposed project.
Message from the Dean
We have many things to be thankful for—another phase of renovation is nearing completion, enrollment with extremely well qualified students is the highest in school history, and we continue to maintain an outstanding faculty.
New degree flexibility expands career opportunities for architecture students
The SOA has partnered with the University’s colleges of Health Professions, Business Administration and Engineering and Science to develop interdisciplinary programs, which will ultimately afford students expanded career opportunities upon graduation.
Annual lecture series feature architects of “resistance”
The School resumed its popular annual lecture series on Nov. 16 with the theme “RESISTANCE.” Continuing Education credits are offered for these events.
SOA hosts ACSA regional conference
The School of Architecture hosted nine universities for the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) East Central Region annual conference, held on the McNichols Campus October 7-9.
School of Architecture News
Enrollment, renovation. faculty updates, and more.