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Designing the Gap | Toronto | Design course: RAIC 350
Container and Projects | London | Design course: RAIC 200
Ravine House Almonte, ON
Ravine House | Ottawa | Design course: RAIC 350
Quinones - D3 Studio
Cafe & Simple Habitat | Vancouver | Design course: RAIC 350
Bicycle Shelter | Calgary | Design course: RAIC 200
9Pc Orthogonal Ceiling Module | Toronto | Design course: RAIC 200
Final Assignment 5 | Ottawa | Design course: RAIC 200
Seniors' Housing Complex | Victoria | Design course: RAIC 400
Cocoon House | Victoria | Design course: RAIC 350
Stephen Boleska D2 Temporary Construction
Primal Habitat - Temporary Construction | Ottawa | Design course: RAIC 300
Becoming an Architect in Canada

Architecture, as a profession, is both rewarding and demanding. In order to take the building of space and form beyond utilitarian construction into the realm of artistic, social and environmental consciousness, comprehensive knowledge and skills are required in such areas as humanities, technology, design and management....  >>

RAIC Syllabus Diploma in Architecture

The RAIC offers an accessible alternative through a direct, self-paced program of academic studies, design studios, and practical experience leading to the RAIC Diploma in Architecture - accepted in Canada as equivalent to a Professional University Degree in Architecture. Graduates from the Syllabus are entitled to use the...  >>

RAIC Centre for Architecture

Athabasca University and the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) proudly present Canada's first online Architectural programs! To this end, these two organizations have formed the RAIC Centre for Architecture at Athabasca University, which provides a new way to study architecture.

The centre serves three kinds of students: general interest students, RAIC syllabus students and internationally trained architects.

The strength of this program is that it serves the adult learner who wishes to earn a quality university education regardless of age, gender, culture, ability or disability, geographic location, career and family commitments.

All three groups of students can work towards several credentials: Bachelor of Science in Architecture, (BSc Arch) and Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Architecture (PBDA).

For more detail about the on the Syllabus Program and Athabasca University's programs, refer to the RAIC Syllabus Frequently Asked Quesitons page.

Note to those referred to the RAIC Syllabus Program by the Canadian Architectural Certification Board (CACB): If you have been referred to the RAIC Syllabus Program to complete courses focused on professional practice in Canada, you are required to register with the Syllabus Program prior to enrolling in courses with Athabasca University.