The bachelor of architecture program educates well-rounded, highly creative graduates who will be able to contribute to the world through meaning and inspiring architecture. As a "professional program," the BArch endeavors to prepare students for licensure shortly after graduation, reducing the need for further graduate education or an advanced degree.
Employment of architects is projected to grow 7% from 2014-2014, with a median salary of $76,000/year.
"The BArch program at Alfred State ensures a great professional start, grounded in solid technical and design instruction, that will lead to a variety of career options and opportunities for further study." - Christopher Platt, '19