College of Architecture, Design and Construction
The Bachelor of Architecture degree program (B.Arch) is a five-year, NAAB-accredited professional degree. The Architecture program at Auburn is the oldest architecture program in the south, and has a strong tradition of excellence in architectural education. The program is committed to providing both a focused and comprehensive professional education in architectural design, and to providing a broad exposure to the career possibilities available within a rapidly changing practice context. The School of Architecture, Planning, and Landscape Architecture also includes degree programs in landscape architecture, and interior architecture as well as a rich culture of interdisciplinary education between these disciplines.http://cadc.auburn.edu
Auburn University is located in east central Alabama (100 miles southeast of Birmingham, 110 miles southwest of Atlanta, GA), in the city of Auburn. The School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture is in the College of Architecture, Design and Construction together with the School of Industrial and Graphic Design, and the McWhorter School of Building Science. Established in 1907, the Architecture program at Auburn is one of the oldest architecture programs in the country and the oldest in the South.
The School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture has a valued set of educational intentions and opportunities made possible by the relationship of architecture, landscape architecture and interior architecture within one school.This coalition exemplifies interdisciplinary collaboration as a model of professional activity; insures that students have an overview of the various components in the design and building process; and promotes the connection between landscape architecture, interior architecture and architecture as a single artifact. This forum for exchange of ideas is exciting and challenging and forms the basis for our framework of primary educational priorities, the most fundamental of which is our focus on the simple and basic issues of building. The design studio forms the integrating venue of this framework, creating an environment for intense collaboration between students and faculty working to foster understanding and mastery of the issues and abilities necessary for shaping the built environment. The School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture is also committed to cultivating an ethic of civic engagement and service in all graduates of our professional programs. This commitment is made manifest via a broad spectrum of community outreach and service learning opportunities in all programs
The Bachelor of Architecture degree program (B.Arch) is a five-year, NAAB-accredited professional degree aimed at preparing students for entry into the practice of architecture. The curriculum of the B.Arch program is organized around a core of design studios, supported by lecture courses and seminars in history, theory, and technical subjects specific to the discipline. Design studios, which begin in the first year of the program (or in the first summer) act as the organizing/integrating venue of this framework, creating an environment for intense collaboration between faculty and students working to foster understanding and mastery of the issues and abilities necessary for shaping the built environment. The Architecture program at Auburn has a strong tradition of excellence in architectural education, and is committed to providing both a focused and comprehensive professional education in architectural design, and to providing a broad exposure to the career possibilities available within a rapidly changing practice context. Central to this goal is our commitment to providing our students with a learning experience rich in exposure to digital technology. Students have access to a virtual computer lab, as well as digital media integrated into the studio environment.
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Transfer students are those that are applying credits from another institution to Auburn University with the intention of obtaining an Auburn University degree. The classes that are being transferred must come from an accredited institution. A transfer student is classified as either a transfer or a freshman transfer.
- Submit your Admission Application.
- Pay the $50 non-refundable application fee.*
- Submit your official college transcript(s).
- Submit your official final high school transcript (freshmen transfers only).
- ACT and/or SAT scores submitted directly from the testing agency (freshmen transfers only).
- Active duty and veteran service personnel are encouraged to contact the Education Service Office (ESO) within their respective Military Service prior to enrolling.
- If you are accepted, visit the Accepted Transfers page to finalize your admission.
*Applicants who are eligible for a Pell grant are eligible to receive a transfer admission application fee waiver. If you would like to request a fee waiver, please download and complete the Transfer Fee Waiver Form. Please use Option 2 for documentation.
For other requirements use: (http://www.auburn.edu/admissions/prospectivestudents.html#Transfer)