Academic Programs

One of the Tyler School of Art and Architecture's core strengths is the breadth of its academic programs. The school offers more than three dozen degree programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels. We invite you to explore them below:

Architecture (BSArch, MArch, MSArch**)
Art Education (BSEd, BFA with Art Education Concentration, MEd with Major in Art Education)
Art History (BA, MA, MA Arts Management Track, PhD)
Art Therapy (BA)
Ceramics (BFA*, MFA)
City & Regional Planning (MS)
Community Arts Practices
Community Development (BS)
Facilities Management (BS)
Facilities Planning (MS***)
Fibers & Material Studies (BFA*, MFA)
Foundations (non-degree granting program for first-year students)
Glass (BFA*, MFA)
Graphic & Interactive Design (BFA*, MFA)
Historic Preservation (BS)
Horticulture (BSHort, ASHort)
Landscape Architecture (BSLA, MLArch)
Metals/Jewelry/CAD-CAM (BFA*, MFA)
Painting (BFA*, MFA)
Photography (BFA*, MFA)
Printmaking (BFA*, MFA)
Sculpture (BFA*, MFA)
Visual Studies (BA)

     * also available as BFA with Entrepreneurial Studies or a BFA with Art Education concentration
     ** post-professional degree available with optional concentrations in Advanced Technologies and Design, Urban Ecologies and Design, Health and Design
     *** post-professional degree available with an optional concentration in Health and Design

Tyler also offers minors and certificate programs:


Minors (undergraduate)

Minor in Art
Minor in Art History
Minor in City & Regional Planning
Minor in Community Development
Minor in Ecological Planning & Design
Minor in Environmental Horticulture
Minor in Landscape Studies
Minor in Sustainable Food Systems


Creative Entrepreneurship (undergraduate)
Environmental Sustainability (undergraduate)
Health Facilities Planning (graduate)
Historic Preservation (undergraduate)
Horticultural Therapy (undergraduate)
Landscape Plants (undergraduate)
Native Perennial Garden Design (undergraduate)
Sustainable Community Planning (graduate)
Sustainable Food Systems (undergraduate)
Transportation Planning (graduate)

Temple University also offers a degree in Art through Temple University, Japan Campus.