- Trinity’s strengths in architectural history, studio art, urban studies, and engineering make it an ideal place to study architecture.
- San Antonio is one of the only cities in the U.S. with major buildings from the 18th, 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries--it’s an ideal place to study architecture!
- Tailor a course of study that emphasizes design or history, and that may include engineering, physics, urban studies, environmental studies, or set design.
What You'll Study
Building History, Building the Future
Faculty expertise in architectural history spans millennia and the globe. Studio faculty provide training in the techniques of visual expression that are essential to success in any design field.
Learn in a Modern Masterpiece
Trinity’s campus was designed by O’Neil Ford, one of the most important Texas architects of the 20th century, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Students study buildings from the eighteenth, nineteenth, twentieth, and twenty-first centuries and experience extraordinarily vibrant landscapes.
The Architecture Travel Fellowship supports self-directed study of architecture anywhere in the world.
When You Graduate
Graduate School and Beyond
Graduates leave Trinity as highly attractive applicants to design programs because of their excellent liberal arts education and knowledge of the history and theory of architecture. Students work closely with faculty to develop their applications.
With an education firmly grounded in the liberal arts, minors leave prepared to pursue graduate work if they so choose.
Take the next step
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