Dean: Richard Cole
The KSU College of Architecture and Construction Management offers students their choice of two programs of study:Architecture
- The Architecture Department offers a five-year bachelor's degree program -- two years of design foundation and three years of professional courses -- that is fully accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board. This is the only nationally accredited undergraduate Architecture degree offered by a public institution in Georgia. This program emphasizes students' understanding of the connections between people and their physical environments, as well as the integration of this information into relevant design solutions.
- The Construction Management Department offers students the bachelor's degree in Construction Management and the Master of Science in Construction Management. While professional experience is preferred, students with a bachelor's degree or higher in architecture, construction management, technology, engineering, or related fields are encouraged to apply. Certificates are also available in project management, land development, and specialty construction.