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NewSchool of Architecture & Design

Founded in 1980, NewSchool of Architecture & Design is an innovative architecture, design, and construction management school located in San Diego, California, that offers a range of degrees for students looking to advance their careers in architecture, construction management, graphic design and interactive media, interior architecture and design, and product design. The School of Architecture and Construction Management at NewSchool prepares students for careers in architecture and construction management through a variety of undergraduate and graduate degree programs. NewSchool is proud to be one of the first 14 programs in the United States accepted for participation in the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) Integrated Path to Architectural Licensure (IPAL) program, which allows students to complete architecture license requirements while earning their graduate degree in architecture.    

The School of Design curriculum prepares students for various design careers including graphic design and interactive media, product design, and interior architecture and design. Its programs also provide the opportunity for students to study abroad for a unique and diverse global education.    

Located in the design district of downtown San Diego, NewSchool, a globally recognized and awarded design university, is known for its forward-thinking professors, an inspiring campus community, and top industry connections and collaboration opportunities. NewSchool students are innovative designers who are passionate about pursuing exciting careers in the fields of architecture, design, and construction management. From the first day of class, students explore and break through creative boundaries, while hands-on experiences provide the foundation and tools necessary to grow and succeed as a designer. For additional information on NewSchool’s online degrees, visit their website.


San Diego, California, USA



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