The Robert R. Taylor School of Architecture and Construction Science

(TSACS)

As of April 30, 2013, there are 154 NAAB-accredited, professional degree programs at 123 institutions in the U.S. and the U.A.E. Tuskegee is one of only 2 accredited architecture degree granting programs in the state of Alabama. Next NAAB visit 2017.

The Construction Science Management degree program is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE).


Tuskegee University- Age of Architecture and Construction Degree Programs Comparison

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YES, TUSKEGEE HAS THE OLDEST
CONTINUOUS  ARCHITECTURE 
AND CONSTRUCTION 
PROGRAMS FROM delaware TO THE WEST
WE WERE ESTABLISHED IN 1892

A 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization

Tuskegee Architecture & Construction Alumni Association

 

TACAA Online Archive 

 

Educational Programs over time

The 1980s and into the 21st century

Tarlee Brown is currently owner of Brown Design Group in metropolitan Atlanta
Business partner Herb Millkey contracted pancreatic cancer and died of the disease in 1988 at the age of 46


Tuskegee University's Williams Bowie Hall is part of the greater College of Veterinary Medicine complex

Designed by Tuskegee alumnus Tarlee Brown, AIA, AICP, NCARB -Brown Design Group

Tuskegee University's Daniel Chappie James Center for Aerospace Science and Health Education

Designed by Millkey and Brown Associates (Tuskegee alumnus Tarlee Brown, AIA, AICP, NCARB now of Brown Design Group)


Tuskegee architecture students
Tuskegee architecture students
Class in mechanical drawing, Tuskegee Institute, ca. 1897. Architect Robert R. Taylor is at right.
Tuskegee Institute students laying the foundation for one of the four Emery Hall male student dormitories. 
Cassedy Hall ​1891 original industrial trades building 
​built by Tuskegee students

Matrix 3D

the vision that continues today

international reach

the Oldest continuous  architecture program from Delaware to the Pacific coast

our history is in the books

Tuskegee campus building construction project. Tompkins Hall foundation construction to the right
Tuskegee construction students work on new buildings on campus