Admission to the School of Architecture is limited and highly competitive, and admission to Mississippi State University does not guarantee acceptance to the school.
Upon initial admission to Mississippi State University, all students who indicate an interest in majoring in architecture will be assigned an “undeclared-architecture” major.
How to Apply to Mississippi State University
All students who wish to be considered for admission into the Bachelor of Architecture degree program at Mississippi State University must also complete an online architecture application by the appropriate deadline listed below.
High school student Transfer student Current MSU student Current “undeclared-architecture” major at MSU
Architecture applications are evaluated based on a student’s academic, artistic, and personal qualifications.
If accepted into the Mississippi State University School of Architecture, a student’s major will be updated to reflect acceptance into the Bachelor of Architecture degree program.
Students not initially accepted into the School of Architecture will remain “undeclared-architecture” majors and will be given the opportunity to re-apply to the school (for fall or summer acceptance) after one academic year.
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