Welcome to the College of Architecture and Environmental Design’s Virtual Open House Modules for our Architecture program. Included in this Virtual Open House platform are:
Application fees FREE for domestic applicants in November 2020.
The Bachelor of Science in Architecture degree is a pre-professional undergraduate degree that graduates students that are eligible for Kent State’s NAAB accredited Master of Architecture program and is one of the most efficient pathways to obtaining an accredited Master of Architecture degree. The program is ranked 16th in the nation for programs that firms seek to hire graduates from and maintains the highest pass rate of any Ohio school for licensure exams. In addition to graduating professionals that are prepared to practice in traditional roles within the profession, our graduates are also deep critical thinkers, thoughtful and engaged researchers, and destined for leadership roles in their discipline.
Oluwatobi Karim is a 3rd year Architecture major from Nigeria.
The College of Architecture and Environmental Design employs three professional academic advisors that serve as advocates for students in the College, and work individually with you throughout your academic career at Kent State University. The advisors within the CAED are experts on the curricular requirements for each of the undergraduate programs in the College as well as the vast structure of resources, events, and opportunities available through the University that will enrich your student experience and improve your success.
Please join us in touring the 117,000 square foot LEED Platinum John Elliot Center for Architecture and Environmental Design with Dean Mistur. In this guided tour, you will learn more about our studio spaces, the materials library, our reading room, the fabrications lab, and our digital output lab, among other resources within our building.
View our Grand Opening ceremony for the CAED's new building.
View a timelapse of The John Elliot Center for Architecture and Environmental Design during it's construction.
Watch the installation process and opening event of the Archigram exhibition going up in our Armstrong Gallery.