If you are interested in taking an architecture course click here to view information about becoming a non-program student.
If you are an RAIC syllabus student or you are interested in this work/study approach, click here to view information about this program.
If you are an internationally trained architect, click here to view information about this program.
B.Sc Arch Program Founder
"The B.Sc(Arch) fulfills a moral and social contract enabling people anywhere on earth - who otherwise could not give up their employment status or disrupt their family lives to relocate to a traditional university campus - the opportunity to continue their professional education".
- Barry Johns, founding Architect of the B.Sc Arch program
B.Sc Arch Student
"I love the Architecture courses at AU for being a starting point of interest. I read about passive solar and wonder how we can retrofit existing buildings. Or I study a residence designed by Glenn Murcutt and then search out every other building he has designed because his motto to “touch the earth lightly” is something I believe in. Or in building a model of the Barcelona Pavilion and seeing the furniture Ludwig Mies van der Rohe designed for the space, I find an interest in other architect-designed furniture. There is so much to learn here and everyone’s journey will be different."
- Laura Barakeris, B.Sc Arch Student
RAIC Centre for Architecture
Athabasca University and Architecture Canada | Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) proudly present Canada's first online Architectural programs! To this end, these two organizations have formed the RAIC Centre for Architecture at Athabasca University, which provides a new way to study architecture.
The BSc. Arch program, which has a strong focus on environmental and community sustainability, will be beneficial for public and private careers in urban and construction planning and design, as well as studies of the built environment.
Updated August 09 2018 by Student & Academic Services