• Important notice to freshmen and transfer freshmen applicants to the Architecture Program.

    • SAT
      - OR -
      HighSchool GPA
    • (all three must be met)
      (all three must be met)
      • Reading and Writing: 500
      • Math: 490
      • Total Minimum Score: 1080
      • English: 18
      • Math: 18
      • Composite Score: 21

      2.5 Minimum

    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 should declare the STEM focus area and pursue their Georgia Core courses.

  • Current KSU students may apply for a Change of Major to Architecture. The following conditions must be met for acceptance:

    • 24 KSU credit hours earned
    • 5 KSU GPA
    • Ready to take MATH 1113 or higher upon acceptance
  • KSU and Transfer students may be eligible to enter the Architecture Program through the Accelerated Track. Please select the button below for more information.

    Accelerated Track


B.ARCH Program

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

Portfolio Review 

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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.