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The School OF ARCHITECTURE AND PLANNING in the the College of Colorado Boulder prepares students for careers in architecture, urban and regional planning, landscape architecture design, and urban design. The school offers undergraduate education during these fields within an atmosphere ideally suitable for the requirements of undergraduate students. Having a diverse faculty dedicated to excellence in teaching, research, scholarship, and inventive and professional work, the school provides students having a varied selection of learning possibilities.
Individual courses are shipped collectively by three departments: architecture studies, landscape studies, and planning studies. These courses of study prepare students for careers within the professions accountable for shaping the designed atmosphere. Additionally to those pre-professional emphases, the school also provides an interdisciplinary option: design studies. The program prepares students for other careers that value the special characteristics that the education emphasizing design thinking and style practice offers.
All students planning to go in the look and planning professions complete the college’s undergraduate degree at CU-Boulder as preparation for entry in to the college’s graduate-level professional programs in the College of Colorado Colorado Downtown Campus, where they might receive advanced waiting in individuals graduate programs being an results of the job they've completed in the ENVD program. Graduate-level professional programs can be found by an array of schools and programs across the country, and students graduation in the college’s undergraduate program frequently receive advanced waiting in individuals graduate programs consequently from the courses they're going to have completed as undergraduates in Boulder.