The portfolio should be a well-edited representation of the candidate`s creative work that reflects the nominee`s experience, interests, and accomplishments. Portfolios cannot contain videos. Our candidates have a wide range of backgrounds, from those with a bachelor`s degree in architecture and years of work experience, to those with training and experience in various fields. Therefore, each portfolio is reviewed as a reflection of each candidate, and we encourage a variety of creative work that demonstrates visual and spatial thinking. This can include architectural design, but also drawing, painting, sculpting, sketching, data visualization, product design, etc. Applicants without a background in architecture or art are encouraged to include work that demonstrates creative thinking about their field, work, or life experience. Candidates may include work done in an office environment, but this work is seen more as a reflection of their experience than their creative abilities. Anything that is not entirely the candidate`s job should be clearly identified as such, noting the role of the candidate. International students can inquire about additional admission requirements in the International Students section. The Master of Architecture I program offers a disciplined approach to the fundamentals of architecture in an environment that ensures the flexibility and scope necessary for students to develop their individual talents and abilities. For applications, contact email@example.com or call 203.432.2296.
To apply for financial assistance, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 203.432.2291. What are the requirements for any concentration in architecture? Students are exposed to the different characteristics and possibilities of each concentration due to spring conditions. Students are encouraged to speak to DHS, architecture professors, and major students to determine what concentration might be appropriate. The Architecture major is structured around an extensive curriculum of study, cutting-edge resources, and a variety of programs and events to cultivate design research, visual inquiry, and critical discourse. The program offers design studios and urban planning laboratories, as well as lectures and seminars in the following categories: history and theory of architecture, urbanism and landscape, materials and technology, structures and calculations. The program is complemented by many programs, activities, and informal events, including student travel opportunities, student work exhibitions, and open studios. All students in the major benefit from a studio or laboratory at Rudolph Hall and full and equal access to the unparalleled facilities and amenities of the Yale School of Architecture. Through the full range of events, resources, and program offerings, the major contributes to a unique college community of students and faculty, creating a collaborative environment where work can be produced and ideas exchanged.
Design focus explores the role of architecture in shaping the world around us. It presents complex processes for solving spatial and programmatic problems. Creative work is based on the study of history and culture, as well as the analysis of the social conditions that influence architecture. Design studios provide a forum for production and speech. Studio projects address issues of architectural form, space, composition, place, tectonics, and programs within the framework of broader humanistic ideals. The M.E.D. The program accepts qualified candidates with a degree in architecture or a bachelor`s or master`s degree in a related discipline who demonstrate a strong ability for independent advanced study in a subject related to architecture and environmental design. Applicants must hold a master`s degree or equivalent degree in architecture, engineering, environmental design or, exceptionally, a related field. They must indicate to which track of the program – History and Theory of Architecture or Ecosystems in Architectural Sciences – they would like to be admitted. Two years of professional experience in an architectural office is recommended.
The general Graduate Record Examination (GRE) test, which was taken no later than five years prior to application, is required. All applicants whose first language is not English must take the Internet-based Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL iBT), which includes a section on spoken English. The TOEFL requirement can only be waived for applicants who have earned a bachelor`s degree or international equivalent from a college or university where English is the primary language of instruction prior to enrollment at Yale. Applicants must have studied at the bachelor`s degree institution for at least three years to benefit from the exemption. An exemption is not granted on the basis of a graduate degree (such as a master`s, master`s or doctorate) from another institution. Admission to the Doctor of Architecture program is administered by the Yale Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. If you have any questions about admission, please contact email@example.com. Candidates are required to record their exam results for each exam date in the online application. Do not send hard copies. If, after submitting an application, a candidate repeats the GRE or TOEFL iBT and prefers to consider the most recent results, the applicant should send an email to the admissions office with the new scores to firstname.lastname@example.org.