There’s a kind of closeness here between students and faculty that is...– Kyna Leski, Graduate Program Coordinator / Professor
UGRAD, in so many words. →
Click above for link. Architecture at RISD emphasizes the architect’s dual role as a communicator of culture and a builder of structures that respond to societal needs. With that in mind, the program prepares you to enter the profession by first addressing the knowledge required for making architecture and, second, by underscoring the complexities of the discipline and the responsibilities...
GRAD, so to speak. →
RISD’s three-year Master of Architecture program offers an intense course of study in an art school context. Emphasizing the design studio, the curriculum demands ingenuity, clarity and focus, and challenges those with varying degrees of experience in architectural studio work. Graduate students take the three-semester core studio program, which involves group and individual efforts,...