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Undergraduate

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Architectural Science

Our bachelor of architectural science (BArchSc) program aims to capture your potential to help create a better built environment. The integrated program enables you to choose the specialty that best suits your strengths and goals. The first three years of study are foundational. You and your classmates will take the same courses, developing skills in critical thinking and the fundamentals of architectural science. In fourth year, the picture of your career will come into focus. You’ll specialize in one of three areas: architecture, building science or project management. No matter which path you take, you’ll graduate with the perspective and skills you need to design and redefine a more sustainable built environment for the future.

Student Work

As a DAS student, you’ll be busy creating. Our curricular, collaborative and design builds allow you to investigate the built environment both independently and with your peers. Explore our students’ projects, including an outdoor performance venue, a sun and wind study diagram, and Framed: A Distillery as a Public Space.

The program in architecture at Ryerson University is fully accredited, for a six-year term, by the Canadian Architectural Certification Board (CACB).

Shegnan Gao

"This program gives me the chance to step outside of my comfort zone, become a better person, and do what I love to do.”

Shengnan Gao
Architectural Science ‘20

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Professional Experience

Want to gain work experience with dynamic architecture, building science and construction employers? Find out what our Architectural Science Co-operative Education Internship has to offer.

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Student Experience

Up for learning beyond the lecture hall? Our collaborative studios, immersive experiences and student organizations will make your undergraduate years meaningful.

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Global Learning

Looking to expand your perspective, get adventurous and connect with a new culture? Discover our exciting options for local, national and international learning.

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First-Year Engineering Office

Are you a first-year student in need of academic guidance? The First-Year Engineering Office can help. Learn about their academic support resources, including advisors who will meet with you one-on-one.

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Peer Network Program

Made up of FEAS students, the Peer Network Program (PNP) team is here to help you navigate the undergraduate experience and connect with the university community. Get answers to your questions from your peers through advising sessions, tailor-made workshops and The FYI form.