We Improve Lives – Designing & Building a Better World
The mission of the College of Architecture and the Built Environment at Jefferson is to educate the next generation of design and construction professionals to create an equitable and sustainable future. Our curricula emphasize specialized knowledge unique to each discipline, paired with interdisciplinary collaboration that prepare students for practice in the global market.
CABE Emergency Fund
During COVID-19 many students are experiencing financial hardships. The money raised in the CABE Emergency Fund are designated to alleviate some of the hardships and help our students during these unprecedented times. Your contribution is highly appreciated.
Create Value. Improve Lives.
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Accelerated Dual Degree Programs
Our one-of-a-kind Accelerated Dual Degree Programs allow students to customize their education, breaking outmoded disciplinary silos and expanding professional opportunities for our graduates.
Earn a Graduate Certificate
The twelve-credit graduate certificates offered by the College of Architecture and the Built Environment afford students the opportunity to layer an additional area of expertise onto their primary area of study.
Scholarships & Assistantships
The College of Architecture and the Built Environment is proud to offer a variety of ways for our graduate students to earn scholarships and assistantships. The opportunities are available to all new domestic and international applicants.
Research & Outreach
Lab for Urban & Social Innovation
The Lab for Urban and Social Innovation (LUSI) unites communities, students, faculty and stakeholders in collective action through real-world design, construction and environmental projects.
Center for the Preservation of Modernism
The Center for the Preservation of Modernism and Jefferson are at the forefront in preserving our modern heritage, nationally and internationally.
Minor Degree Options
By layering a secondary area onto a primary field of study, minors indicate versatility and flexibility to a prospective employer, increasing a student’s marketability and expanding prospects for internships and future employment.