Yale School of Architecture

Yale School of Architecture
Coat of arms of the school
Former names
Department of Architecture
School of Art and Architecture
AffiliationYale University
DeanDeborah Berke
Academic staff
Postgraduates202 [1]
11 (GSAS)
Location, ,
41°18′31″N 72°55′54″W / 41.30861°N 72.93167°W / 41.30861; -72.93167

The Yale School of Architecture (YSoA) is one of the constituent professional schools of Yale University. The School awards the degrees of Master of Architecture I (M.Arch I), Master of Architecture II (M.Arch II), Master of Environmental Design (M.E.D), and Ph.D in architectural history and criticism. The School also offers joint degrees with the Yale School of Management and Yale School of the Environment, as well as a course of study for undergraduates in Yale College leading to a Bachelor of Arts. Since its founding as a department in 1916, the School has produced some of the world's leading architects, including Norman Foster, Richard Rogers, Maya Lin and Eero Saarinen, among others. The current dean of the School is Deborah Berke.

The School of Architecture is housed in Rudolph Hall (also known as the Yale Art and Architecture Building), the Brutalist masterwork of former department chair, Paul Rudolph.

  1. ^ a b "Yale Facts and Statistics (2020)" (PDF). Yale University. Retrieved 14 March 2021.
  2. ^ "Detailed Data". Yale University Office of Institutional Research. 2015. Retrieved 22 March 2015.

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