Programs

Undergraduate
Bachelor of Environmental Design

The pre-professional 4-year undergraduate degree program at UH Mānoa, the Bachelor of Environmental Design (BEnvD), emphasizes the interdisciplinary nature of the built environment professions and provides a liberal arts and sciences education that takes full advantage of the greater university setting.

Bachelor of Environmental Design
Graduate
Master of Landscape Architecture

Interested in becoming a landscape architect and learning the skills and strategies needed to enhance a beautiful, resilient and healthy built environment in our state and beyond? Please click on the link below to find out more about Hawaii’s only professional landscape architecture program.

Master of Landscape Architecture
Graduate
Doctor of Architecture

It is the highest professional degree accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB). The program integrates coursework with professional office practice and provides a doctorate project of research and design. Future professionals from this program are well equipped to address regional architectural issues in the Asia Pacific arena.

Doctor of Architecture
Graduate
Global Track Dual Degree

Students successfully completing required coursework for this 3-year track will be eligible for the NBAA accredited Master of Architecture Degree or the Master of Engineering in Architectural Design and Theory at the end of year 2; and receive the NAAB accredited Doctor of Architecture at the end of year 3.

Global Track Dual Degree
Graduate
Lifelong Learning

The School of Architecture is committed to the principle of Lifelong Learning. This includes the areas of Continuing Education, Professional Education, Executive Education, Distance Learning and much more.

Lifelong Learning
Undergraduate
Study Abroad

In addition to the various international study options offered by the school, including the DArch-Global Track and travel as part of ARCH course requirements or options, all students have access to more international study opportunities through the Manoa International Exchange Program (MIX) and UHM Study Abroad Center (SAC).

Study Abroad

Scholarships & Awards

The University of Hawai‘i System Common Scholarship Application is available online in the fall semester for the following academic year. For example, in order to be considered for a scholarship in the 2021-2022 academic year, you must apply in the Fall 2020 semester.  Typically, the timeframe for the open application period is between October and March. Students attending any University of Hawai‘i campus are encouraged to apply in order to be considered for system and campus scholarships.

Past scholarship recipients are eligible to reapply as long as they satisfy the published application requirements; however, if any two proposals of equal merit are under consideration, it is likely that award priority will be given to the applicant without previous support or opportunity.

Scholarships

AIA Honolulu Scholarship Allen R. Johnson-Roy C. Kelley Architectural Travel Award Architects Pacific, Inc. Endowed Scholarship Barry John Baker Scholarship Bergum Scholarship Donald G. Deer Memorial Scholarship Gilman Hu Honolulu Chapter CSI Endowed Scholarship HONBLUE Student Support Fund Leighton Liu Endowed Scholarship PBR Hawaiʻi Scholarship R. Richard Morris Memorial Scholarship UHSAAA Scholarship

Awards

Alpha Rho Chi Medal,
National Professional Architectural Fraternity Award
Henry Adams Medal + Certificate,
American Institute of Architects Award
Don and Laura Goo Praxis Prizes Hawai‘i Architectural Foundation (HAF) Awards