Architecture at California College of the Arts (CCA)

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The undergraduate and graduate Architecture Programs at California College of the Arts (CCA) prepare the next generation of architects to produce theoretically engaged, real-world work.

The curriculum prepares you to become a leader in a culture that relies on a combined expansion of technological innovation, social accountability, and creative content.

Hear firsthand as CCA students, faculty, and alumni discuss their experiences within the Architecture Programs at CCA.

Architecture at CCA focuses on material innovation, research, application, and resourcefulness within a larger social and cultural context. While providing a well-rounded architectural education, these programs use both physical and digital engagement with traditional, current, and emerging building materials and systems.

Whether you choose the five-year bachelor of arts* (BArch) or the three-year professional master of architecture* (MArch) path, CCA is a unique and ideally suited place to explore architecture as a critical and evolving practice.


Video filmed and produced by CCA Photography alumnus Yoni Klein
Graphic Design by CCA student Greg Bjork

2:06-2:12 - Smartgeometry 2012, RPI, Troy, NY (Andrew Kudless/MATSYS)
2:31-2:33 -- Robot image courtesy of SCIArc, ACADIA Conference at CCA, 2012.

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