Architecture + Urban Planning (Taubman College of)
Architectural education at the University of Michigan prepares students to participate actively in the design of the physical environment. To effect change, an architect must understand the nature of the human problem in its environmental context, have knowledge of the techniques and technology of building, and possess the intellectual and aesthetic skills necessary for a creative synthesis of that information into meaningful and expressive design solutions.
A pre-professional program exists for student who enter LSA and then plan to transfer to the Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning. If you are considering transferring to Taubman College from LSA please contact an Architecture Admissions Officer by emailing TaubmanCollegeStudentServices@umich.edu to set up an advising appointment.
The architecture program provides academic advising to current students at the University of Michigan and those enrolled at other colleges wishing to transfer into the undergraduate program. Students enrolled at U-M are encouraged to discuss their academic plans with both their current academic advisor (through their home department) and with a Taubman College Admissions Officer. You can email TaubmanCollegeStudentServices@umich.edu, or call (734) 764-1649. Appointments are held Monday - Friday from 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM. All appointments are held at the Art and Architecture Building (Room 2150) on north campus and should be scheduled three business days in advance of desired meeting time. Please take bus/driving time into consideration when scheduling your appointment time. Those students with pre-scheduled appointments will be served first.
Students enrolled in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts wishing to consider joint degree programs, in which the B.S. degree is awarded by the Taubman College of Architecture + Urban Planning and a second degree is awarded by the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, are advised to contact the pre-architecture advisor in the Taubman College and the department advisor in LSA.
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