Since its beginnings in 1889, The Boston Architectural College has believed in design education as an endeavor led by working professionals. Currently, the College employs architects, interior designers, landscape architects, and other design-related experts who offer students an excellent design education, steeped in the practicalities of real-world experience and informed by inspiring leaders in the various spatial design fields. All BAC faculty are offered the opportunity to engage in a series of four teaching and learning courses offered by the College.
The Core Faculty is comprised of a group of design academic professionals who administer the various programs and teach at the BAC. Their work includes the ongoing assessment of each program and the furthering of a vision that integrates coursework throughout the curriculum, and they represent the gamut of fields for which the College provides education at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Much of the BAC faculty is comprised of a large number of adjunct faculty who teach courses across the curriculum, in all schools and at every level of instructional offering. Many faculty teach at the BAC over an extended period of time and dedicate a focused portion of their work to educating our students. Other are specialists in their fields who teach specific courses part-time.
Teaching at the BAC
The BAC hires part-time adjunct faculty on a rolling basis. Faculty are expected to have completed graduate degrees in their fields. Qualified applicants should email their resume or CV and a letter of interest to: firstname.lastname@example.org.