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Why are architecture, art and planning all in the same college?

In a recent communication from AAP’s dean, Meejin Yoon, she writes, “Scholarship that creates new knowledge, research that enables innovations, art that prompts new questions, and design that constructs new possibilities, architecture, art, and planning are not only relevant, but crucial to shaping and addressing many…

What can students do after graduating from the urban and regional studies program?

Popular minors and concurrent degree options for Urban and Regional Studies (URS) students include Engineering, Business, Computer Science, Landscape Architecture, Government, etc. URS graduates have gone on to law school, medical school, graduate programs in planning and design - but as many students go right into th…

Is it easy to take other classes outside of AAP?

Yes! Students from all of our majors can easily take classes outside of AAP. Many students choose to complete a minor in another area and some students choose to take classes that they find interesting. AAP encourages our students to take advantage of classes outside of AAP and explore the opportunities that a world-c…

Does Cornell AAP offer a 4+2 program?

No, we do not. We only have a 5-year professional undergraduate program here at Cornell, culminating in the bachelor of architecture (B.Arch.) degree. Earning the B.Arch. means that students do not need to earn a master’s degree in order to become a licensed architect in the US. There's also no difference in starting …

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