Architecture, landscape architecture rise among nation's elite programs

October 15, 2019

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Penn State’s programs in architecture and landscape architecture made significant jumps in the 2019-20 DesignIntelligence Architecture and Design School rankings, announced Oct. 15, with the bachelor of landscape architecture program ranking No. 1 and the bachelor of architecture program jumping up six spots to No. 13 in the nation. 

At the graduate level, the landscape architecture program rose four places to No. 7.

The Penn State programs remained among the top-ranked in their respective graduate class-size groups in the “Schools Most Hired From” list, with landscape architecture ranked No. 3 and architecture ranked No. 4.

The complete 2019-20 rankings and the methodology behind them can be found on the DesignIntelligence website.

The Stuckeman School at Penn State is home to the undergraduate and graduate programs in architecture and landscape architecture, as well as the undergraduate program in graphic design.

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Last Updated October 18, 2019