A Bachelor of Architecture degree from Illinois Institute of Technology is one of the most respected architecture credentials in the United States.
IIT Architecture Chicago is one of the top-ranked architecture programs in the United States, and our bachelor’s program is tailor-made for undergraduates who want to make their mark on the built environment. This five-year, STEM-designated degree is accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board, allowing our graduates to become licensed architects without additional time in school.
The College of Architecture faculty comprises award-winning architects, engineers, and scholars. With their guidance, our students develop a deep understanding of design, structures, history, theory, and practice, preparing them to assume leadership roles in the profession.
Our studio-based curriculum engages the latest technologies to support a renowned heritage of making. We don’t just talk architecture here—we make it. Supported by one of the nation’s largest fabrication labs, and situated in a leading technology-focused university, IIT Architecture Chicago offers students a unique opportunity for rigorous study in an environment of deep curiosity and rigorous investigation.
This five-year, STEM-designated undergraduate degree is accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board, allowing graduates to become licensed architects without additional study. Studios integrate advanced digital technologies with sustainable design, collaborative thinking, and professional practice.
Our close ties to the professional community in Chicago and beyond allow students early exposure to professional practices and job placement in the many areas in the discipline, including:
- Interior design
- Landscape architecture
- Real estate development
- Urban design
- Higher education
Our curriculum emphasizes the importance of hands-on making and ethical practice, and our project-based studios encourage students to work collaboratively while developing and testing their own ideas.
Students of this program must be admitted to Illinois Institute of Technology. Students who are interested in transferring to this program should consult their academic adviser.