Our program is committed to creating a vibrant learning environment, culling the most talented, diverse, and engaging students who wish to excel academically, and lead professionally.
The deadline to apply is February 01. The review of applications will begin on this date. Applications completed after February 01 may be considered. However, spaces are limited. Consideration for fellowships, assistantships, and scholarships is based on completed applications. (International Students: See Graduate School website for additional information.)
The Graduate Program in Architecture offers both a professional and a post-professional graduate degree. These degrees are distinguished by the length of study required and by the level of study.
Upcoming Open House for Prospective Students
The College of Architecture and Design at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, will host its spring open house on April 5, 2013. The all-day event will give prospective students the opportunity to discover the college’s many programs. Register.
Chancellor’s Fellowships Available to Incoming Graduate Architecture Students
The UT Graduate Architecture Program has received Chancellor's Fellowships to give to the top applicants of its first-professional and non-professional degree programs. These fellowships will be structured in various ways to support students entering the graduate program in the 2013-14 academic year. Read More.
UT Students and Faculty Design and Construct School in Haiti
Shortly after the January 12, 2010, earthquake rocked Haiti, a group of students and faculty from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, collaborated on designing and constructing a secondary school complex in the island nation's town of Fond-des-Blancs. Read More
New Chair Named to UT Graduate Architecture Program
George Dodds has been appointed the chair of the graduate architecture program. A distinguished professor, Dodds will oversee the program's three tracks in master of architecture studies. Read More
UT’s Team Living Light Places Eighth in Department of Energy Solar Decathlon
The University of Tennessee is named eighth overall in the outcome of the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon after completion of ten multidisciplinary contests.
The design and construction of UT's energy-efficient, solar-powered Living Light house earned commendable, high-standing marks in several of the decathlon events, including capturing third in engineering, fifth in architecture, and third in the use of energy-efficient appliances. The UT team also tied for first place in the cornerstone area of the event, the Energy Balance Contest. Read More
UT Celebrates Opening of New Norris House
With the cutting of a green ribbon, UT Knoxville marked the opening of the New Norris House, a nationally recognized model for efficient and sustainable living. The UT student-led team has worked for more than three years to bring the concept, first conceived in a classroom, to the modern and appealing 750-square-foot structure. Read More.
College of Architecture + Design
Art + Architecture Building
1715 Volunteer Boulevard,
Knoxville, TN 37996
phone: (865) 974-5253
fax: (865) 974-0656
program assistant: Vanessa Arthur
program chair: George Dodds, Ph.D.