UB Offers Evening Program In Architecture

Release Date: December 4, 1996 This content is archived.


BUFFALO, N.Y. -- The University at Buffalo has reopened its evening undergraduate program leading to a bachelor of professional studies degree (BPS) in architecture. The program is offered through Millard Fillmore College, UB's evening division.

The UB School of Architecture and Planning suspended the program for two years in order to restructure its course requirements to bring them more closely in line with those of the day program.

"We've offered the evening baccalaureate program in architecture since the School of Architecture opened in 1970," noted Elizabeth Cromley, chair of the Department of Architecture. "As a matter of fact, the school opened with an evening program."

"What we've done here is increase the design-studio requirements from eight to 12 hours a week," she said. "This enhances the quality of the BPS degree offered through the evening division and ensures that its students graduate with virtually the same program as those in the day school."

For further information, contact Millard Fillmore College at 829-2202.

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