Architecture First-Professional M.Arch (Fall only) Brooklyn campus

Graduate Architecture offers a three-year professional degree; two years with advanced standing for eligible students.

See Architecture, M.Arch Curriculum Overview and Yearly Plan of Study

Application Requirements


Architecture First-Professional M.Arch (Fall only) Brooklyn campus

Applicants must have received a bachelor's degree from an institution in the United States that is accredited by a recognized regional association or have been awarded the equivalent of the bachelor's degree from an international institution of acceptable standards. Applicants must present a portfolio providing evidence of their interest in architecture or their visual sensibility through the media of their choice—photography, drawing, essays, videos, etc. Portfolios must be submitted online at pratt.slideroom.com. The GRE is required. The GRE code is 2669.

Architecture First-Professional M.Arch WITH ADVANCED STANDING (Fall only) Brooklyn campus

Advanced standing is awarded to applicants with exemplary design capabilities and who have taken studios, structures and media-based classes equivalent to those offered in year one prior to entrance. It is awarded at the discretion of the Admissions Committee and the Chairperson of Graduate Architecture and Urban Design. Applicants should have received a bachelor's degree in architecture equivalent to a Bachelor of Science. Applicants must present a portfolio providing evidence of design work from multiple architecture design studios. Students interested in applying for advanced standing need to designate this on their Statement of Purpose in the application. Interviews may be scheduled for students requesting advanced standing on campus, off-campus, by Skype, or by phone. Portfolios must be submitted online at pratt.slideroom.com. The GRE is required. The GRE code is 2669.