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 intellectual, cultural and technical skills needed to be relevant in reversing social inequalities and ecological disruptions.
Your part in this process begins with your application!
Our faculty and students will develop socially conscious and environmentally just models to inhabit the planet.
The Tulane School of Architecture's Design Program introduces students to design as a language, to exploration via design thinking, and to a solutions-based design methodology to address the most urgent challenges of our time.
The Historic Preservation program at the Tulane School of Architecture offers an interdisciplinary opportunity to learn about urban preservation in one of America’s most historic cities.
The Landscape + Engineering program equips students to tackle issues through education in three critical areas of knowledge: urban design and landscape, ecology and evolutionary biology sciences, and river and coastal science and engineering.
The Sustainable Real Estate Development program offers opportunities for both undergraduates and graduates to gain core skills and practical experience in the real estate industry.
Building upon Tulane University’s strengths in civic engagement and service learning, the Social Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship (SISE) program provides students with skills to create a more just and equitable society. The program is comprised of the SISE Minor and Taylor Your Life course.
You can build a unique educational experience at Tulane with dual degree options available for both undergraduate and graduate students. Tulane and the School of Architecture both offer a wide range of majors and minors and encourages cross-disciplinary studies.