Forms forthcoming…Please contact your program chair or Julie Beckman, Director of Student Development for information about graduation, advising, and other student concerns.
Architecture involves the study and transformation of the built environment, from the scale of furniture to the scale of the city. The goal of an architectural education is to develop a synthetic thought process of critical thinking and creative problem solving. Creative thinkers must address all aspects of the built environment in its cultural, social, and ethical context.
Interior architecture involves the study and transformation of the environment at the human scale. Interior designers understand how the design of furnishings, function, and space can improve the quality of life.
Graduate students in Architecture and Landscape Architecture can access their respective graduate handbooks at the following links. These handbooks have been created to provide helpful information about the processes of graduate education in the College of Architecture and Design at the University of Tennessee and include facts about courses, thesis preparation, policies, and more.