Question by  jessmwill (29)

How can I qualify to enter architectural design school?


Answer by  patti (29325)

Each school has its requirements. You can find out about admission by contacting the School of Architecture at the university you'd like to attend. There are requisites, no doubt, and there may additional steps for considerations. But each school will be different.


Answer by  TerraGatson (46)

You have to have formal training in order to have the qualifications to get in. You will have to have another degree to get in some states. You will have to apply yourself with hands-on learning. You will also have to be artistic and really great in math. You have to have an eye for it.


Answer by  Jenniedeelo (169)

First of all, if you are a high school student, enroll in shop class and keep your grades up! Then enroll in a university and get your basics. I would also recommend a graphic design course. Learn how to build as well. If you can keep your GPA up, then apply for architectural design school!


Answer by  XjoshhyX (132)

A few very important requirements are specifically a portfolio of all recent architectural work and ability to show you can work with architectural computer applications.


Answer by  Darry (3853)

Typically you will need excellent math scores as demonstrated in class grades as well as on accepted tests such as the ACT or SAT. Demonstrated ability in computer science is also beneficial as most architectural design courses rely on various computer programs for projects.


Answer by  JHanft (62)

This all depends if you want a certificate of completion or an actual degree. University of Phoenix or DeVry has almost no requirements except the ability to pay.

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