Our mission is to provide students with focused, intensive training in the disciplines of architecture and landscape architecture, and the tools to bring that expertise to bear on effective global engagement.

Architects play a critical role in solving the world’s most complex problems—from climate change to urban density, social and economic diversity to cultural preservation. The School of Architecture’s undergraduate and graduate programs aim to furnish each student with a deep understanding of the field’s fundamentals while developing a holistic perspective of architecture’s vast scope and impact. Our graduates leave ready to engage the evolving challenges of society and our physical environment.

Job Titles

Architectural Engineer*Environmental Engineer*Production Designer
Architectural HistorianFacility ManagerProject Manager*
Architectural Writer/ JournalistIllustratorReal Estate Appraiser*
Art DirectorIndustrial DesignerSet Designer
Building ContractorIndustrial Engineer*Surveyor
Building DesignerInterior Designer*/ DecoratorTeacher/Professor*
Building InspectorLandscape Architect*Urban/ Regional Planner
CartographerMarine Architect*
Civil Engineer*Mechanical Engineer*

Positions that may require additional education, training or licensing are indicated by an (*).

Job qualifications are based not only on degree program, but on skills and experience. Students should seek out as many experiential opportunities in their fields of interests as possible, including co-op and internships.


This is a limited sample of employers who have posted jobs on NUworks; please note, that they may not currently have positions posted.
Amenta Emma ArchitectsMassachusetts School Building Authority
Einhorn, Yaffee & Prescott, A&EPaul Linkez Architecture
MASS Design Group


This is a sample of the industries that often hire this major.
ArchitectureHigher Education
ConstructionHistoric Preservation and Restoration
EngineeringReal Estate Development
Facilities ManagementResearch
Federal, Local and State GovernmentTransportation

Internships and Co-ops

These samples titles can be used to research internship opportunities.

The Intern Development Program (IDP) structures the multiyear transition from architecture student to licensed professional.

Typically internships in this field require students to be in the third year of undergraduate study or a master’s student. Students may however find internships in related fields.

Use NUworks, Handshake, SimplyHired.comIndeed.com, or other internship sites to search for openings.

For more information, please visit the Department’s website.
Students enrolled in the College of Professional Studies may click here for co-op and internship information.


Websites for Career Exploration

Career Development Videos

Websites for Job Search

 Campus Organizations & Activities

*For additional student activities click here.

Professional Associations

Find valuable industry information, job sites, and professional networking opportunities.

Social Media

Sample industry-specific LinkedIn groups and Twitter handles. Stay on top of industry trends, company information, job listings, and networking opportunities. Review the LinkedIn Guide for tips to build a strong LinkedIn profile and visit LinkedIn for more information on how to leverage your social media network.

LinkedIn Groups