The Mississippi State University School of Architecture offers the Bachelor of Architecture degree, a five-year professional degree accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB). The program has been accredited continuously since its inception in 1973. In September of 2016, the school was reaccredited for another full eight-year term.
The School of Architecture offers the only curriculum in the state of Mississippi leading to a professional degree in architecture. The school offers an intense, carefully structured, and rich array of courses that constitute a solid foundation for architectural practice. While course work is comprehensive in scope, providing students with an awareness of the diversity and complexity of today's professional world, each course has its own important role in developing the unique knowledge and abilities required of architects in a modern world.
The state’s flagship School of Architecture was recognized and ranked #25 (out of 140) in the 2016 DesignIntelligence Architecture Programs in North America.
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