College of Environmental Design, UC Berkeley

College Of Environmental Design, UC Berkeley

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The College of Environmental Design, also known as the (Berkeley CED) or simply (CED) is one of 14 schools and colleges at the University of California, Berkeley. The school is located in Wurster Hall on the southeast corner of the main UC Berkeley campus. It is composed of three departments:

The CED is consistently ranked as one of the most prestigious design schools in the U.S. and the world. The Graduate Program in Architecture is currently ranked No. 9 in the country by DesignIntelligence. The Urban Planning program is currently ranked No. 2 by Planetizen, after MIT. The school is repeatedly cited for their advancements and research in the field of Sustainable Design.


The School of Architecture at Berkeley was developed by John Galen Howard in 1894 followed by the School of Landscape Architecture which began instruction in 1913 and City Planning in 1948. In order to encourage an atmosphere of interdisciplinary study, the three schools were brought under one roof and the College of Environmental Design was founded in 1959 by, William Wurster, T.J Kent, Catherine Bauer, and Vernon DeMars. Originally, the school was located in North Gate Hall. Wurster Hall, the building which currently houses the college was built in 1964 and was designed by Joseph Esherick, Vernon DeMars, and Donald Olsen, members of the CED...
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