6 // 15 // 2014
The College is now accepting applications from current students, alumni and transfer students from other institutions into year three of the Bachelor’s completion program. Year three courses will begin in fall 2015.
4 // 01 // 2014
Dunwoody announces bachelor completion degree in architecture after receiving approval from The Higher Learning Commission and the Minnesota Office of Higher Education.
3 // 01 // 2014
Dunwoody’s professional Bachelor of Architecture degree program has been granted eligibility for candidacy by the National Architectural Accreditation Board with an expected candidacy date of January 2015. For more information, visit www.naab.org.
Architecture at Dunwoody is a five-year, full-time bachelor’s completion degree program offered within the Construction Sciences & Building Technology Department. The program is structured as a two plus three, awarding an Associate in Applied Science degree after the first two years and a Bachelor’s Completion degree after the final three years.
In their first two years, students become experts in current design and building technologies, making them ideal employees in building design and construction industries. Students learn a full array of industry standard design technologies, including hand drawing, drafting, CAD, building information modeling, 3D modeling, and architectural visualization. They also frequently interact with leaders in the design profession in the context of in-process, real-world architectural projects.
In their final three years, students gain advanced design thinking skills and engage in the advancement of design and building technologies. They also acquire the knowledge and skills to become leaders in the profession of architecture. Students fully engage in a studio culture, whereby each studio synthesizes their education through the design, development and documentation of an original architectural work.
Concurrently, students engage in business courses in marketing, accounting, and management as well as Arts & Sciences courses in oral and written communications; math and science; social and behavioral studies; applied research; and the arts and humanities The program prepares graduates for life in a design world through careers in architecture and related fields such as building construction, and building component design and fabrication.
The program is currently eligible for candidacy with the National Architecture Accreditation Board (NAAB) with an anticipated candidacy date of January 2015 and an initial accreditation date of January 2019.
Intern, Designer, Project Manager, Principal Architect, Junior Partner, Senior Partner
Radius Track; RDS Architects; SALA Architects; Kaas Wilson Architects; Short Elliott Hendrickson Inc.; Widseth Smith Nolting; Permasteelisa; M.A. Mortenson
National Median Salary*
+18% Growth 2012-2022 (above average)
*2013 AIA Compensation Report: A Survey of U.S. Architecture Firms, www.aia.org
**2014 ACSA Atlas Project, www.acsa-arch.org