Architecture School Tuition Report Published by <i>DesignIntelligence</i>

March 4, 2011 · by DesignIntelligence

New analysis of tuition and fees for all NAAB-accredited B.Arch and M.Arch programs in the United States

CORRECTION 3.9.11, 7:30 a.m.: Most expensive M.Arch program ammended to University of Southern California.

The research team at DesignIntelligence has just published “Architecture School Tuition & Fee Report 2010-2011,” a new analysis of architecture school tuition and fees. The report is a companion to the “America’s Best Architecture & Design Schools” annual rankings by DesignIntelligence.

According to Publisher James P. Cramer, the research is a part of a comprehensive series of surveys and reports on the future of architectural education and architectural practice conduced on behalf of the Design Futures Council.

The report includes the following information for each NAAB-accredited bachelor of architecture (B.Arch) and master of architecture (M.Arch) program in the United States:

A few findings in the DesignIntelligence tuition report, which focuses on value and economy in architectural education:

Further tuition and fee analysis shows urban vs. non-urban, public vs. private and regional comparisons.

The full report, which includes statistics on every NAAB-accredited program, is available in the DesignIntelligence bookstore.


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