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.
As the year ends, we look back at our students' impressive work and look forward to their 2017 accomplishments. Happy holidays from the BAC!
Spring Semester Begins January 17
There is still time to enroll for our spring semester. Classes begin Tuesday, January 17. We offer programs in architecture, landscape architecture, interior architecture, and design studies.
The Boston Architectural College invites the community to join us for Immersive Planning, a lecture by Kimberly Smith, workplace strategist at Knoll, on Tuesday, January 24 at 5:30 pm.
Dr. Ramirez-Jasso has been appointed provost of the BAC after serving as interim provost since Fall 2015. More »
Four BAC Students Exemplify College’s Commitment to Service Learning More »
NEASC accreditation team will visit the BAC November 13–16 More »
Architecture students John Berger and Sasha Fancoeur earn first place for "Juncture" 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.
Catch up with Christian Borger in the Boston Globe More »
Christian Borger aims to bring together his two creative interests, photography and architectural design, and his Instagram account (@chrisventures) lies at their intersection. The 24-year-old's gallery captures minimalist images like a deserted grocery store aisle and crisscrossed power lines, drawing attention to the linear and textural qualities of each photograph. Borger, who lives in Allston, is a student at Boston Architectural College and works at IKD, a small design firm.
The workplace today is a mass of blurred boundaries. Driven by changing workstyles, the experience economy, and the influence of startup culture, the lines separating the worlds of work, life, and play continue to fade.
Changing dynamics call for a new, "immersive" workplace planning approach that is as fluid as teams themselves. This exhibition showcases Knoll's recent study that identifies the transformation of the office space to engage and motivate productive employees and new trends in workplace planning.
Presented by Knoll
Alejandro Guerrero and Andrea Soto, principals at Atelier Ars, will present a lecture to the BAC community. More »