Keene State’s program, the only BS degree major at a public liberal arts college in New England, places special emphasis on sustainable design, problem-solving, and collaborative work. The pre-professional four-year program prepares students for graduate study or work in the field.
The Architecture Program at Keene State College is an undergraduate, pre-professional four-year program designed to give students a solid foundation in the artistic, scientific, and technical aspects of architecture. The curriculum offers a range of design studios, and courses in building science, sustainable design, history, digital technology, and practice leading to the Bachelor of Science degree in Architecture. More about Program Overview
Every April, students from the Collaborative Architectural Project class present design plans and recommendations for individual and community organization construction projects. According to Peter Temple, associate professor of technology, design, and safety, the course, known as "Communicorps," emphasizes a team approach to solving real-life architectural problems. The class also allows students to experience the evolving nature of their projects and feedback from clients, faculty, classmates, and architects. More about Architectural Outreach
Keene State College's Architecture Program faculty brings hands-on experience in the field of architecture to the classroom. Each faculty member is dedicated to the success of their students, and teaches the latest theories and practices. Faculty encourages students to learn through real-world projects and community engagement. More about Faculty