College of Architecture & Landscape Architecture | University of Arizona Colleges
College of Architecture & Landscape Architecture (CALA) faculty and students combine knowledge from a history rich in culture with cutting-edge environmental research and new technologies to envision global arid communities of the future. Located within close proximity to the U.S./Mexico border, faculty and students place special focus on issues surrounding international border planning and design.
CALA currently offers the Bachelor of Architecture (accredited), Master of Architecture (post-professional), Master of Landscape Architecture (accredited), Master of Science in Planning (accredited), and an interdisciplinary Certificate in Preservation Studies. Students can also enroll in a dual Master of Planning/Master of Business Administration degree and a joint Bachelor of Architecture/Master of Architecture degree. Design Intelligence ranked the Bachelor of Architecture program 12th in the nation and the Master of Landscape Architecture #1 in the Western Region of the United States.
CALA alumni and faculty are internationally renowned experts in solar architecture; energy and water conservation; emerging materials and technology; landscape ecology, planning, and management; healthy communities; historic preservation; sustainable housing and transportation systems; socially responsible real estate investing and sustainable tourism; border settlement patterns and border land use change. CALA faculty and students engage in collaborative research and design and planning with the U. S. National Park Service, U. S. Forest Service, and Bureau of Land Management addressing historic structures, cultural landscapes, park design, energy conservation, and resource management on federal lands throughout California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, and Texas
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Phone: (520) 621-9819
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