The Architecture major creates a rich academic environment marked by the confluence of advanced practice, contemporary theory, and social engagement. Our primary goal is to help students develop the capacity and judgment necessary to understand the built environment and generate architecture as a critical response, so that each student can engage both the discipline of architecture and the multiple discourses – artistic, technological, social, political, environmental, economic, spiritual – necessary to be a successful practitioner and a conscientious citizen with a Biblical worldview.
The mission of CBU Architecture is to develop architects who demonstrate professional excellence and personal integrity, are servant leaders in their communities and who live biblically-based, missional lives within the profession.
- Learn more about how CBU integrates a biblical worldview into the discipline of architecture
- Learn more about what make CBU’s five-year Master of Architecture program unique
- Learn more about career opportunities available to individuals with advanced architecture degrees
- Learn more about our Studio Culture Policy
- Learn more about the CBU Architecture Student Learning Outcomes
- Learn more about the Curriculum Path to a degree in Architecture at CBU