People often ask us what it takes to be a successful CADC student. Simply stated, it takes creativity and passion two key traits that serve to both inspire and to motivate. Our curriculums are challenging but rewarding. Our nationally ranked and recognized undergraduate and graduate programs are home to approximately 1,400 students. At the heart of CADC's teaching is respect for individuals and the places and environments our student will design and build. The ethical commitment to the built and natural environment is in our DNA.
CADC is committed to preparing professionals in the design, built environment, and construction industries through professional undergraduate and graduate programs.
The college is home to five outstanding undergraduate professional programs: Architecture, Building Science, Environmental Design, Graphic Design, and Industrial Design.
CADC offers graduate professional programs in Landscape Architecture, Integrated Design and Construction, Building Construction, Industrial Design, and Executive Master of Real Estate Development.