For more than 125 years, the Boston Architectural College (BAC) has been providing students with an exceptional design education. The BAC distinguishes itself as the only college or university among the several hundred nationally accredited degree-granting programs in design that requires its students to complete academic coursework while simultaneously acquiring vital professional skills and expertise through non-classroom instruction and employment in their discipline. This hands-on, concurrent approach enables our students to jumpstart their careers while still attending classes, positioning them to be exceptionally competitive in the marketplace. The success of this unique learning model is evidenced by the fact that between 85 and 90 percent of the students in each graduating class are employed in the design field on the day they graduate.
- Undergraduate Degrees
- Graduate Degrees
- Distance Degrees
Bachelor of Interior Architecture
Bachelor of Landscape Architecture
Bachelor of Design Studies in Architectural Technology
Bachelor of Design Studies in Digital Design and Visualization
Bachelor of Design Studies in Design History, Theory, and Criticism
Bachelor of Design Studies in Historic Preservation
Bachelor of Design Studies in Sustainable Design
Low-residency online degree programs at the Boston Architectural College provide an opportunity to pursue your degree in architecture or design studies while maintaining full-time employment. Whether you're an aspiring designer or a practicing architect, our fully accredited distance degree programs enable you to balance life and work as you pursue your professional design education. The virtual classroom has the same rigor and richness of our traditional classrooms, yet it offers you anytime, anywhere access to all your courses. Online learning is your opportunity to truly immerse yourself in a learning community, mentored by a practicing professional.
Master of Architecture
Master of Science in Interior Architecture