Marywood Ranks Among Top 50 Architecture Degrees
September 21, 2020
Marywood University’s School of Architecture was recently ranked among the Top 50 Best Architecture Degrees by Learn.org. According to Learn.org, Maywood University is ranked at #29 because its undergraduate students have several exceptional ways to earn an architecture-focused degree, including bachelor of architecture (B.Arch.), bachelor of environmental design in architecture (BEDA), and bachelor of interior architecture (BIA).
Further, Learn.org stated that while earning their career-enhancing degree, students can access world-class facilities that were built with sustainability in mind and re-use the school’s former natatorium and gymnasium. The Center for Architectural Studies includes wood and metal shops, a reference library, a digital fabrication room, and a Computer-Aided Design (CAD) lab. Students can also round out their academic studies at Marywood with a study abroad program that takes place at the International Studies Institute (ISI) in Florence, Italy. Additionally, there is a 60-credit master of interior architecture degree program on the graduate level, featuring classes that range from lighting design to sustainability.
Since 2003, Learn.org has been dedicated to helping millions of students and working professionals research potential schools, degrees, and careers by providing reliable and practical answers to their most critical questions. From expert advice and guidance, Learn.org helps students connect to the schools that can help students to reach their goals.
For additional information about Marywood University’s School of Architecture, please visit marywood.edu/architecture or call the Office of Admissions at (570) 348-6234.
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