bachelor of science in architecture post-undergraduate
Students with a degree in a field other than architecture may apply for admission directly to the Bachelor of Science in Architecture program as post-undergraduates. This program normally takes two academic years to complete after an introductory summer studio program and one course in the summer after the first year.
Students seeking admission to this program must have an undergraduate GPA of at least 2.50 and should have the prerequisites listed below. The degree requires a minimum of 69 semester hours with a 2.75 gpa.
Students applying to this program are required to have:
a) a four-year undergraduate degree
b) Algebra and Trigonometry
c) Calculus with Pre-Calculus I & II or
Analytic Geometry & Calculus I
d) College Physics I
e) College Physics II
Application to the Master of Architecture
Students successfully completing the Bachelor of Science pre-professional degree requirements will follow normal application procedures to the Master of Architecture professional degree program.