China-focused architecture degree signing ceremony

December 13, 2011  |   |  Comments
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University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa and Tongji University officials, from left, Wang Yi, Huang Yiru, Reed Dasenbrock, Pei Gang, Virginia Hinshaw, Clark Llewellyn and Hu Bin, at the December 6 agreement signing.

The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa’s School of Architecture has implemented a dual degree with Tongji University in Shanghai, China.

The new Global Track China Focus will provide students with the opportunity to study in Hawaiʻi and China. Architecture students also have the option to receive a National Board of Architectural Accreditation accredited master of architecture from Tongji University and a National Architectural Accrediting Board accredited doctor of architecture from Mānoa.

With the United States and China representing the two largest construction economies in the world, this track offers students unprecedented advantages. No other institutional partnership in the world offers accredited professional architectural degrees in the world’s two largest construction economies–the U.S. and China. Learn more.

The School of Architecture hosted a signing ceremony on December 6. Mānoa Chancellor Virginia Hinshaw, School of Architecture Dean Clark Llewellyn, Tongji University President Pei Gang and the College of Architecture and Urban Planning Vice Dean and Professor Huang Yiru attended the event.

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