By Jean Joichi, Academic Counselor, Architecture
Prospective transfer students interested in the UW’s Architecture program should consider taking the architecture prerequisite
courses (Arch 210, 211, 350, 351, 352) as a non-matriculated student. These preparatory architectural courses can be taken on
campus prior to gaining admission to the University via standby enrollment through UW Outreach:
The alternative is for students to take them once admitted to the UW, but entrance to the Architectural Studies Major is then delayed by a year since they must be completed the year prior to beginning the Architecture major. In other words, most UW students take these courses during the sophomore year and gain entrance to the major in the junior year. Since none of the community colleges in the state offer these courses, it is advised that second-year community college students who are able to take the courses through the UW as non-matriculated students do so.
Learn more about the BA in architectural studies program at our next information session:
Dec. 7, 3:30 pm Gould 110 Rsvp firstname.lastname@example.org