The School of Architecture accepts applications to the Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch.) program from students who have completed a B.A. or B.S. in architecture from another NAAB-accredited institution.
Expected Entry-Level Competencies for B.Arch. Candidates:
In order to ensure that incoming students are evaluated appropriately, the School of Architecture may request that candidates for the B.Arch. program furnish the B.Arch. Admissions Committee with relevant course descriptions and syllabi of all architecture courses passed and completed that may satisfy entry-level competencies.
UNC Charlotte School of Architecture students completing the four-year B.A. program with a 3.0 GPA are automatically accepted in the B.Arch. Program. School of Architecture students completing the four-year B.A. program with a grade point average below 3.0 must submit an application for admission into the B.Arch. Program.
1.) Application to UNC Charlotte Undergraduate Admissions
You must apply to, and be accepted to the University. Minimum requirements for transfer students are outlined in the current Undergraduate Catalog. The University Catalog and undergraduate admission applications are available through the UNC Charlotte Undergraduate Admissions. You must complete the Transfer/Second Degree Application and submit the Application Fee (payable online). Also submit official transcripts from all previous institution(s) to UNC Charlotte Undergraduate Admissions.
Application to the School of Architecture
2.) Submit the following application package to the School of Architecture:
The completed application package should be sent to the attention of:
Bachelor of Architecture Admissions
School of Architecture, Storrs 105
9201 University City Blvd.
Charlotte, NC 28223-0001
The deadline for receipt of your completed application to UNC Charlotte Undergraduate Admissions and the application package to the UNC Charlotte School of Architecture to enroll for the Fall '14 semester is January 31st, 2014.