Summer 2020 – Fall 2020 Update
Important notice to freshmen and transfer freshmen applicants to the Architecture Program.
Students who did not have test scores (ACT or SAT) meeting Kennesaw State’s Architecture Degree Program requirements listed below will need a minimum of 3.0 GPA as calculated by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions in order to be considered for admission to the program.
New admissions to the B.ARCH Program are limited and admission is at the discretion of the Department of Architecture. Students who do not meet the gateway requirements to be accepted into the B.ARCH program, but meet admission requirements for KSU in general should either declare a new major or focus area. Those students who still wish to pursue the B.ARCH major may request a change of major in spring 2021 for entry in fall 2021. Students pursuing this option should declare the STEM focus area and pursue their Georgia Core courses. To be eligible to change majors into the B.ARCH program, students should have taken Math 1113 and Physics 1111 (Lecture and Lab) and have maintained a KSU GPA of 2.5 or higher.
For a select few, they may opt to apply for admission into the Accelerated Track of the B.ARCH program after having completed 36 credits, maintained a KSU GPA of 2.5 and have completed both Math and Physics (lecture and lab). This track is an acceleration of the first two years of the B.ARCH. Students choosing this option must enroll for fall 2020, spring 2021 and summer 2021 semesters.
Freshmen and Non-design Transfer Students
All incoming freshmen and non-design transfer students should formally apply to KSU for admission to the University and declare the Architecture Major. Once admitted, all incoming students are required to register for KSU Ignition, as well as the Architecture Summer Design Workshop.
Transfer Students from Architecture and related design programs
All transfer students with completed college-level courses in Architecture, or allied disciplines, should apply to KSU and submit the following for consideration toward appropriate placement in the B.ARCH Program
- Portfolio of academic design work
- Official transcripts
- Course descriptions related to official transcripts
- Three letters of recommendation
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Architecture students at KSU have a variety of options for financial assistance. The Architecture Program offers various merit and need-based scholarships in addition to regular state and federal financial assistance programs. For a list of these programs please visit the KSU Scholarships website.