Program Details

This two-year (five-term) first professional degree program seeks exceptional applicants with independent minds to participate in designing the curric
Location:
Burbank, United States
Program Type:
Full Degree
Degree Level:
Master
Specialty:
Architecture

Program Overview

Program Description:

This two-year (five-term) first professional degree program seeks exceptional applicants with independent minds to participate in designing the curriculum and pedagogy of a brand new graduate architecture program. While we primarily seek ap¬plicants who have successfully completed the first four years of a NAAB-accredited 4+2 program, we will also consider candidates who possess pre-professional architecture degrees or other types of design education on a case-by-case basis. An emphasis on Fieldwork identifies the ethos of this program, which funds summer travel op¬portunities at one of our distant learning locations or at a destination of the student’s own choosing. Study-away locations may include China, Barce¬lona, Berlin, Paris, Rome, Tijuana or other parts of Latin America, & the American West. Woodbury M.Arch students attend the fall, spring & sum¬mer terms of the first year and the fall and spring terms of the second year.

Additional Program Information

Accreditation:
Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC)
Requirements:
Letter of Intention: This one-to-two page essay should describe the Applicant’s educational and/or professional background and his or her desire to pursue the Masters Program at Woodbury University. Letters of Recommendation: Applicants must submit (3) letters of recommendation. These letters should attest to the applicant’s academic achievements or professional experience. Letters should be written on the sender’s letterhead. Portfolio: All applicants are required to submit a portfolio of work. The work submitted can be both educational and professional. Portfolios should be no larger than 9x12 inches and no smaller than 5X7 inches. Although reproduced/ printed submissions are preferred, CD’s or DVD’s will be accepted. We willnot accept work submitted on slides. If you would like your portfolio returned, Include a self-addressed envelope with sufficient postage. (Postage should be in the form of stamps only.) Unclaimed portfolios will be discarded.
International Requirements:
International students must submit certifed and/or official copies of their academic records with English Translations. International Students: Submit TOEFL scores with a minimum score of 550 or IELTS scores with a minimum score of 6-7.

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