Architecture is a discipline that sits between art, culture, and technology. Georgia Tech architecture students think about the buildings of the future: how to use old buildings in new ways and the new types of buildings people will need all over the world. Then they use emerging technologies to design and develop those buildings, fast. You see, we’re kind of the mad scientists of architecture. We’re able to test and experiment with our designs in ways no other arts-based architecture school can.
Come see for yourself! Prospective undergraduate students are invited to explore our facilities up-close. An information session with our admissions advisor is followed by a tour of studio and jury spaces, classrooms and computer labs, the design shop, the Galloway Café, and other favorite gathering spots. Information sessions and tours are offered twice a month during the academic year.
We know you have questions! Reach out to our undergraduate ambassadors here. They can’t wait to meet you!
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Campus Open House days, Overnight Visitations, Self-Guided Tours, Virtual Tours: More information here
Come see what sets the graduate program at Georgia Tech apart from other schools of architecture. Come to campus and meet our current students. Our graduate ambassadors are ready to answer your questions. Reach out to them here.
Do I need to have an undergraduate degree in architecture to apply to the Master’s program?
Absolutely not! We offer a 3.5-year Master of Architecture program where our students come from diverse backgrounds of all majors.
What if I hold a pre-professional degree in architecture?
Apply for consideration for the 2-year Master of Architecture program.
Can I come see a studio design review?
Yes! You are welcome to come to our graduate-level Options I studio reviews. Contact Nitra Wisdom to confirm your attendance on one of the two review sessions.
School of Architecture
247 Fourth Street, NW, Suite 351
Atlanta, GA 30332-0155
Phone +1 404-894-4885
Directions to the College of Design