The Tulane School of Architecture provides a world-class education in architecture, historic preservation, and real estate development. These programs, from undergraduate to graduate levels, equip future graduates with the basic intellectual, cultural and technical skills needed to be relevant in reversing social inequalities and ecological disruptions.
The school’s teaching and research advance the fields in the most relevant topics of today, such as climate change, coastal and riparian crisis, the process of urbanization under these circumstances, and the challenges for social and environmental justice.
At the School of Architecture, education takes place in the classroom and in the community. The impact of our students, faculty and graduates can be seen across the globe and right here in New Orleans at the Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design and URBANbuild.
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