Architecture Institute

Created as a rigorous introduction to the field of architecture, the Tyler Architecture Institute welcomes 10th, 11th and 12th-grade students. Students in the program engage in collaborative design problems, faculty presentations, virtual site visits and hands-on projects. The program introduces students to methods of architectural representation and design and processes related to constructing and understanding the built environment. Students will leave the Architecture Institute with new skills and insight into the many college degree pathways and professions within this exciting field.

COVID-19 Updates
In response to the continued risks associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, we will be hosting our pre-college programs online for summer 2021. Each of our classes has been adapted specifically for online learning to allow students to engage in hands-on, project-based learning from the safety of their homes. Learn more about our Online Pre-College Programs below:

SUMMER 2021 PRE-COLLEGE PROGRAMS BROCHURE

LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR ONLINE FORMAT

VIEW WORK BY OUR ONLINE SUMMER AND FALL 2020 STUDENTS

SUMMER 2021 REGISTRATION HERE

Click on the thumbnails below for program description, schedule, supplies and fees.

SUMMER 2021 SCHEDULE:
(Two-week sessions)
Session I: June 28 - July 9
Session II: July 12 - July 23
Monday - Friday, 9:45am - 4:00pm

TUITION: 
One Session: $945

Payment plans and limited need-based aid are available. Inquire early! Email us at tylerpce@temple.edu for more information. 

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Phone: 215-777-9010
E-mail: tylerpce@temple.edu

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