University of Florida College of Design, Construction and Planning

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College of Design
Construction and Planning
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Established 1925
Dean Dr. Christopher Silver
Students 1,500
Location Florida, USA

The College of Design, Construction and Planning is the academic unit at the University of Florida. Established in 1925, the college today includes two schools (the School of Architecture and the Rinker School of Building Construction) and three departments (Department of Interior Design, Department of Landscape Architecture, and Department of Urban and Regional Planning). The current dean is Dr. Christopher Silver.

The college is one of the largest design, planning, and construction institutions in the country and has more than 1,500 students total.

In addition, the college offers degrees in historic preservation studies.

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