There are two primary objectives of the BS in Architecture and Sustainability program:
1) To prepare graduates for employment in the architectural profession at career-entry levels;
2) To prepare graduates to continue their education in a NAAB accredited Master of Architecture program, leading to licensure as an architect.
To this end, students who complete the program will possess the ability to:
Traditionally, 50% of a graduating class seeks and finds employment within architecture or engineering firms. The other 50% continue their education and transfer to Master of Architecture programs that include:
"As a Master of Architecture graduate from Ball State University, the Architectural Technology and Facility Management programs provided me with a solid foundation that I relied on numerous times. The hands-on experience in the studios, the collaborative atmosphere, the faculty and courses, and the focus on both the technical and design aspects of architecture were most beneficial as a precursor to my graduate level classes and studio work."
KRISTEN KUK, ALUMNA
AAS in Architectural Technology, Class of 2008
BS in Facility Management, Class of 2010
Master of Architecture,
Ball State University, Class of 2013