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Undergraduate: (entry from High School or Transfer students)
Master of Architecture (5-year program)**
Architectural Studies Program
First year students will be advised during Orientation sessions for first semester enrollment.

Change of School and Readmitted students are advised by Barb Seba, Coordinator of Architecture Student Services, regarding enrollment for first semester in Architecture programs. For subsequent semesters each student will be assigned an Architecture Department faculty member for advising. Students will be notified before second semester enrollment via e-mail regarding advising procedures and faculty advisor assignments.

** Master of Architecture 5-year students change to graduate status final year and do not apply to Graduate Studies at KU. These students adhere to undergraduate policies and University regulations regarding probation, dismissal and GPA requirements.

Graduate: (Admitted to Graduate Studies Program in Architecture)
Newly admitted graduate students are emailed initial enrollment information for online enrollment by Barb Seba, Coordinator of Student Services for Architecture.

Master of Architecture Professional Programs, M.Arch II & III:
Graduate students are by Associate Professor Jae Chang, Chair of the Department of Architecture, by appointment.

Master of Arts in Architecture Program:

Students in this degree will be advised by a main faculty advisor in their area of interest.

PhD Program:
Students in this program may be advised by Professor Mahbub Rashid for progress and students will work with their faculty committee members for further semesters.

Change-of-Schedule (add/drop) used after online add deadline or approval for enrollment over-the-limit (must see Barb Seba for approvals)
Petition for Substitution (pdf) (M.Arch 5-year and Arch Studies)
Petition for Course Waiver (pdf) or substitution (M.Arch II & III)
 


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