Collge of Design, Construction & Planning
Schools and Departments

Prospective Students

Welcome

The College of Design, Construction and Planning is a dynamic College with many areas of specialization to fit your interests. There are six units within our college, each with its own culture and research focus: the School of Architecture, the M.E. Rinker, Sr. School of Building Construction, the Departments of Interior Design, Landscape Architecture, Urban and Regional Planning, and the DCP Doctoral Program.

Since we have so much to offer and your interest may vary, below we have provided a list of majors for you to explore based on your desired education level, undergraduate or graduate. To find out more about minor, certificates or other programs, please visit our academics page.

Undergraduate Admissions

Undergraduate admissions are handled directly with the UF Office of Admissions.Once you are at UF, meet with an academic advisor and plan out the courses you need to take during your first couple of years. You may click below to apply to the University Florida to begin your academic career with the College of Design, Construction and Planning.

Undergraduate Admissions

Undergraduate Majors

Architecture

Bachelor of Design

Construction Management

Bachelor of Science/Master of Building Construction
Bachelor of Science/Master of Science in Building Construction
Bachelor of Science in Fire and Emergency Services
Bachelor of Science in Building Construction
Executive EMS Officer Certificate
Executive Fire & Emergency Services Officer Certificate

Interior Design

Bachelor of Design/Master of Interior Design
Bachelor of Design

Landscape Architecture

Bachelor of Landscape Architecture
Minor in Landscape Architecture

Urban and Regional Planning

Bachelor’s Degree/Master of Arts in Urban and Regional Planning

Sustainability

Bachelor’s Degree in Sustainability and the Built Environment

In addition to graduate and undergraduate degrees, individual schools and departments offer distance education programs, combined degrees, dual degrees, certificate programs, and academic minors.

Graduate Admissions

The graduate admission process involves two offices, the UF Office of Admission and a school or department. Admissions into our master’s and doctorate programs are done primarily at the school/department level. The academic units are responsible for all admissions decisions. Prospective graduates have specific admission requirements and application deadlines that vary by academic unit. To be admitted to graduate study in a given academic unit, the prospective student must satisfy the requirements of the unit as well as those of the Graduate School. Admission to some programs is limited by the resources available.

Graduate Admissions

Graduate Degrees and Programs

Architecture

Doctor of Philosophy in Design, Construction and Planning
Master of Architecture Advanced Track
Master of Architecture Core Track
Master of Science in Architectural Studies
Certificate in Sustainable Architecture

Construction Management

Doctor of Philosophy in Design, Construction and Planning
Master of Building Construction/Juris Doctorate
Master of Science in Building Construction/Juris Doctorate
Master of Building Construction
Master of International Construction Management
Master of Science in Building Construction
Certificate in Construction Project Management
Certificate in Sustainable Construction
Minor in Real Estate

Interior Design

Doctor of Philosophy in Design, Construction and Planning
Master of Interior Design

Landscape Architecture

Doctor of Philosophy in Design, Construction and Planning
Master of Landscape Architecture

Urban and Regional Planning

Doctor of Philosophy in Design, Construction and Planning
Master of Arts in Urban and Regional Planning/Juris Doctorate
Master of Arts in Urban and Regional Planning
Online Master of Arts in Urban and Regional Planning
Interdisciplinary Concentration in Geographic Information Systems
Planning Information and Analysis Systems Certificate
Graduate Minor in Urban Planning

Historic Preservation

Master of Historic Preservation
Interdisciplinary Concentration & Certificate in Historic Preservation

Sustainability

Master’s Program in Sustainable Design, Singapore

Financial Aid

There are many forms of financial aid available to students throughout the various divisions of the College of Design, Planning, and Construction including, grants loans, and a wide vareity of scholarships. Visit the UF Student Financial Affairs page for more information.

Distance Education

Our distance education students have a full range of services available to them. More information can be found here.