The College of Built Environments is home to five departments: Architecture, Construction Management, Landscape Architecture, Real Estate, and Urban Design and Planning. We offer a wide range of academic pathways. Through academic programs offered by the College, students have opportunities to participate in a number of studios, interdisciplinary courses, study abroad programs, internships, and service-learning projects. Our various graduate programs provide students with a rigorous and substantial curriculum. Students gain practical and theoretical experiences that will help them to meet the needs of a 21st century built environments professional. Graduate students are encouraged to collaborate with faculty on research projects, participate in competition, and travel.
For undergraduate program information, refer to the UW degree program catalog.
Each of the following undergraduate degree programs has different general education requirements. Refer to each degree program catalog listing for general education requirements.
For graduate program information, refer to the UW degree program catalog.