|Application Procedure||Design Immersion Days (DID)|
|Undergraduate Admission||Making + Meaning (M+M)|
|Graduate Admission||Transfer Students|
|APPLY ONLINE||International Students|
Students are admitted into the graduate programs in the fall term only. Admission is determined by a review of the applicant’s personal statement, resume, letters of recommendation, academic record, and portfolio of architectural and creative work, and test scores. SCI-Arc offers two graduate programs—MArch 1 and MArch 2 (see below)—as well as two post-professional programs:
M.ARCH 1A three-year (seven term) professional Master of Architecture program, accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) and open to applicants who hold a bachelor's degree or equivalent in any field of study. The M.Arch 1 program requires attendance for the fall and spring terms of the first two years, and the fall, spring and summer terms of the final year.
Prerequisites for M.Arch 1:
Prospective M.Arch 1 students are required to complete one semester each of college-level Calculus and Physics, obtaining a grade of "C+" or higher. Accepted students who have not yet taken these courses will receive a Conditional Acceptance into the program, and will be required to complete these prerequisites prior to enrolling in the fall term. All admitted students will be required to submit to the Admissions Office an official copy of their transcripts showing successful completion of these courses prior to the start of the fall semester.
Making + Meaning
A two-year (five term) professional Master of Architecture program, accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) and open to applicants with a minimum of a four-year degree (B.A., B.S. or BArch in Architecture, or its equivalent abroad). The M.Arch 2 program requires attendance for the fall and spring terms of the first year, and the fall, spring and summer terms of the final year.
Prerequisites for M.Arch 2:
Introduction to Digital Design, a compact, intensive workshop offered prior to the fall term, is intended to provide entering students with the foundation in digital tools necessary to successfully undertake the demands of the M.Arch 2 program.