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SCI-Arc offers students a unique experience as they pursue their undergraduate and graduate degrees. Our approximately 500 students and 80 faculty members—most of whom are practicing architects—work together to reexamine assumptions, create, explore, and test the limits of architecture.
SCI-Arc’s undergraduate program is focused on both the discipline and the practice of architecture, offering design excellence and intellectual breadth through a liberal arts education.
SCI-Arc’s graduate programs encourage an open-ended spirit of inquiry, actively responding to shifts in society, technology, and culture.
SCI-Arc EDGE, Center for Advanced Studies in Architecture, offers four postgraduate one-year degree programs and a fellowship, all devoted to investigations of architecture’s twenty-first-century frontiers.
Every summer, SCI-Arc organizes two independent programs—Making+Meaning and Design Immersion Days—open to anyone interested in the discipline of architecture.
SCI-Arc students have the opportunity to participate in study abroad and exchange intiatives with other institutes and universities around the world, as well as at SCI-Arc Satellites.
SCI-Arc’s academic education is built on a series of performance criteria and learning objectives.