Program in Environmental Design

University of Colorado Boulder



The Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Design (BEnvd) is a four-year pre-professional degree which prepares students for careers in the design fields of architecture, landscape architecture, urban design and planning, as well as preparing students to go on to master’s programs.  The BEnvd has a long and distinguished history, having been offered on the University of Colorado’s Flagship Campus since 1970.   Undergraduate students benefit from studying on a traditional, residential campus and have access to design professionals all along the front-range urban corridor.


The Masters of the Environment is a new and interdisciplinary professional master's degree at CU-Boulder.  It is a 17-month, cohort based program starting in the Fall of 2016.  The on-line application process is now open.

ENVD Director and Professor Kevin J. Krizek is featured in the recent issue of the Coloradan Magazine.

ENVD Visiting Assistant Professor Georgia Lindsay recently had the book she edited, "Revisiting 'Social Factors'Advancing Research into People and Place," published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing.  Book description an

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