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.
CityLab Intensive immerses all incoming students in a series of field-based exercises centered on the exploration of systems, structures, places, and populations of Boston. As an introduction to the BAC experience, students develop a strong sense of curiosity, discovery, and appreciation for learning outside the classroom.
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.
Architecture students John Berger and Sasha Fancoeur earn first place for "Juncture" More »
Herb Childress's “The PhDictionary” helps prepare students for the journey of receiving a PhD More »
Collaborative effort produces accurate representation of historic park circa 1927 More »
Members of the Class of 2016 were honored at the annual commencement eve awards ceremony on Thursday, May 19 More »
Grads receive inspiring send-off as they embark on next chapters More »
The Boston Architectural College invites you to attend our Open House and Studio Experience. Join us for an exploration of the design professions, see a live studio class, and learn more about undergraduate and graduate architecture degrees and design degrees at the BAC.
Upcoming Open Houses
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.
Join us this year at the BACk Alley Block Party, Alumni Awards Reception, and More »
The Boston Architectural College's third annual Homecoming Weekend is on September 23 and 24, 2016. Homecoming is an event for members of the BAC community to reconnect on campus and celebrate the history, evolution, and future of the BAC. We hope to see you there!