Is the M.Arch Program STEM Designated?
Yes. STUDIO ONE (one-year post-professional program), the M.Arch Program with Advanced Standing (two-year professional program), the M.Arch Program (three-year professional program), the Concurrent Master of Architecture and Master of Landscape Architecture, the Concurrent Master of Architecture and Master of City and Regional Planning, and the Concurrent Master of Architecture and Master of Science in Engineering are designated as STEM.
Which program is best suited for me?
- You can find more information here about program paths depending upon previous education and experience.
What funding is avaiable for students?
- M.Arch students fund their education in a variety of ways. You can find more information here.
Am I eligible for the M.Arch Program with Advanced Standing (two-year professional program)?
- The advanced standing is at the discretion of the Admissions Committee. The committee will determine advanced standing individually for each student during the admissions review.
How many students are accepted into STUDIO ONE, the M.Arch Program with Advanced Standing(two-year professional program), and the M.Arch Program(three-year professional program)?
- On average, (10) Students for STUDIO ONE, (24) Students for M.Arch Program with Advanced Standing (two-year professional program), and (36) Students for M.Arch Program (three-year professional program).
What should I display in my Portfolio? What is the length?
- The portfolio may contain up to 12 pages (8-1/2"x11”-format) of design content. Please note that beyond 12 pages, your portfolio may not be reviewed. Title page and/or table of contents may be submitted, and will not count toward the 12 pages of content. The digital portfolio should showcase recent, high-quality work, and will be judged on both content and overall design. Applicants without professional training may submit work that shows other evidence of creativity (studio art, construction/renovation, furniture design, etc.) and clearly demonstrates interest in the proposed subject field. Any material that is not entirely the applicant's own work must be clearly identified.
- The portfolio provides you the opportunity to show your creative ability. It need not necessarily be all architecture-related. In fact, if you have no experience in this area you would be wise to confine the examples to your best work, regardless of the media. The best results will emerge if you think of your exhibit in its entirety as a design project. The reviewers hope to see your projects displayed in a well-thought-out format, carefully executed. Most importantly, leave yourself plenty of time to think about and develop your creative work.
I am a domestic student. What Standardized Test do I need to take?
- Domestic applicants and those who attend universities where English is the language of instruction must take the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) (general test) and have their scores reported to the Graduate Division by the Educational Testing Service.
I am an international student. What Standardized Test do I need to take?
- Applicants from countries where English is not the official language must submit official evidence of English language proficiency. There are two standardized tests you may take: the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or the International English Language Testing System (IELTS). You can find more information about an exemption here. If you are exempt from TOEFL or IELTS, you are still required to take the Graduate Record Examination (GRE).
Did you receive my GRE or TOEFL scores?
- Once your application is submitted, you may check the status of your scores on your online application status page.
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