University of Oklahoma College of Architecture

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The University of Oklahoma College of Architecture is the architecture unit of the University of Oklahoma in Norman. In 2010, it had an enrollment of 430 undergraduates and 101 graduates.[1]

The college as it stands now was formed in 1970 as the College of Environmental Design. It was renamed the College of Architecture in 1984. Architecture was formally established at OU in 1926 under the College of Engineering. In 1948, renowned architect Bruce Goff was appointed chairman of the School of Architecture. Currently, Charles W. Graham serves as Dean.

In Norman, classes are held primarily in the recently renovated Gould Hall.

Academic programs[edit]

The college grants degrees at the Bachelor's, Master's levels. Architectural fields covered at the college include:

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Unduplicated Enrollment by College and Level, Fall 2010" (HTML) (in English). University of Oklahoma. Retrieved 2011-11-01. 

Coordinates: 35°12′20″N 97°26′42″W / 35.20556°N 97.44500°W / 35.20556; -97.44500