College of Architecture and Design

CoAD Study Abroad

In today's world, there is a growing demand for well-rounded and globally-oriented architects and designers. Both our undergraduate and graduate students have benefited from the University's strong relationships with international institutions. Students acquire a better understanding of an increasingly international environment with technological work through foreign study. In conjunction with their professional studies, students also develop cross-cultural communication skills and increase their fluency in a second language by studying and living in another country. These advanced technological and communication skills enable a graduating student to compete and excel in a multinational or multicultural business environment.

The two main study abroad options for CoAD students are:

Masonry Design and Build

Masonry 2012 Video Feature

Masonry Design Build 2012, The construction process of this year's Masonry Design and Building Competition. Architecture students building their designs.

Team NJ Solar Decathlon 2011

Solar Decathalon 2011 Video Feature

A walkthrough of the Solar Decathlon house -- design team composed of architecture and industrial design students from NJIT CoAD, working with a team from Rutgers University.

Industrial Design at CoAD

Industrial Design studentsVideo Feature

Folding bicycles designed and fabricated by third year Industrial Design students with instructor Ran Lerner in Fall 2011.

Digital Design at CoAD

Danielle Esmaya Video Feature

Danielle Esmaya created this video for the Video & Animation class – a required second year course for Digital Design students.

Grad Studies in Architecture

NCE Video Feature

Justin Capuco graduate student at the New Jersey School of Architecture talks about his rewarding experiences.

Faculty Profile: Matt Gosser

Matt Gosser Video Feature

Matthew Gosser '03, an adjunct professor in NJIT's College of Architecture