The School  of Architecture, located in Prairie View, Texas, which is forty-three  miles north west of Houston, combines teaching, research and service to  proactively develop the discipline of creative and innovative problem  solving to address the needs of our society. Graduates of the School of Architecture will participate in the  contemporary milieu, encourage, anticipate and respond to changes in  the local, national and international communities. The School of Architecture with programs in Architecture, Construction  Science and Community Development and Art is dedicated to  accomplishing its mission through excellence in  teaching, research and service by preparing graduates for leadership  roles in rebuilding America’s cities and improving the quality of the  built environment.

By offering a diverse curriculum led by an  accomplished faculty in a comprehensive studio and classroom  environment, the School of Architecture programs will educate students  for significant roles as practitioners, developers and leaders in  architecture, construction, community planning and community  development. Students in the programs of the School will be challenged  to develop their abilities in problem solving, creative thinking and  informed decision making as a focus of their professional education. They will accomplish this in a nurturing and student centered  environment that fosters personal development and professional  excellence. The location of the School of Architecture near the City of Houston  offers an opportunity for students to enrich their learning experience  through access to the greater architectural and construction community  of the region and the many employment opportunities in the field.


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