In 2015, 91% of undergraduate students and 100% of graduate students graduated with a job in their field.
BAC students work while they learn, because we believe that this real-world experience prepares you to be competitive in your field. At the BAC, you not only earn a degree, you graduate with a career.
President LeRoy leads an architectural tour of famous sites More »
On Friday, June 24, 2016, BAC President Glen S. LeRoy led a group of BAC alumni, faculty, students, and community members on a special day-long trip to New Canaan, Connecticut to visit three architectural icons: Grace Farms, Philip Johnson's Glass House, and the Eliot Noyes House. The group enjoyed behind-the-scenes tours of each of the three properties, lunch at Grace Farms, and a private reception at the Eliot Noyes House.
While our Summer Academy students get their hands dirty in the exploration and discovery of design, they're sharing their experience on Instagram. Check out their photos to see more of what they're creating this summer.
The Summer Academy at The Boston Architectural College offers an opportunity to explore design with a hands-on approach and with no previous design experience required. Since 1973, Summer Academy has introduced high school students (entering grades 9-12) to the fields of architecture and design.
Herb Childress authors “The PhDictionary” to help prepare students for the journey of receiving a PhD More »
Research explores the concept of relaxing birthing centers More »
Grads receive inspiring send-off as they embark on next chapters More »
School of Landscape Architecture Students head to Washington D.C. for annual lobbying event More »
BAC Faculty Member & Alumna Aimee Schefano More »
At the BAC, we believe that the best education happens in the classroom and in the professional workplace simultaneously. BAC students work in some 300 design firms while attending their classes and studios onsite or online, earning credit and gaining experience in both settings.
In 2015, 97% of BAC students graduated with a job in their field.
Collaborative effort produces accurate representation of historic park More »
Visitors to Brookline's Larz Anderson Auto Museum, home to America's oldest car collection, can now learn about the history of the museum and adjoining park through a scale model made by BAC students. The model is a comprehensive and historically accurate representation of the Larz Anderson Park circa 1927, when it was the estate of Boston socialites Larz and Isabel Anderson. The model, which will now be a permanent fixture at the museum, is the result of a collaborative effort by a group of BAC students...more.
The Boston Architectural College celebrates a new generation of socially conscious designers with this exhibit. We present the work of BAC 2016 degree recipients from undergraduate and graduate programs in the Schools of Architecture, Interior Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Design Studies...more.