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How do I apply to Mississippi State University?

Learn what steps are required to submit your application to Mississippi State University.

Transfer Steps

What’s required for the Mississippi State University application?

What’s required to transfer to Mississippi State University?

Transfer Requirements

Special Requirements for Students Interested in Architecture

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. 

Deadlines and requirement for transfers

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Get to Know Us
Visit the College of Architecture, Art and Design

The best way to get a feel for our hands-on, studio-based programs is to come check them out for yourself! 

Learn about scheduling a visit

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Transferring to Mississippi State University
What You Need to Know

Make sure you’re on track to make the move to Mississippi State University and to fit seamlessly into our design studio curriculum!

  • What courses will transfer?
  • Are there any pre-requisites?
  • What deadlines do I need to know about?
  • How do I apply for scholarships?
  • Tell me more about tuition cost and additional fees.

Follow one of our four majors below to find out more about each program and get the answers to these questions and more!

Architecture Transfers Art Transfers Building Construction Science Transfers Interior Design Transfers

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Why choose the
Mississippi State University College of Architecture, Art, and Design?

What our students
Want You to Know

About Challenging Projects...

“Students who want to major in interior design are often nervous and don’t think they can create some of the projects they see us doing. But, the program prepares you with each class and studio and builds your skills up for the more challenging projects.” 

Sydney White
Mississippi State University
Interior Design Major, Class of 2019

About Supply Lists...

“There are some great resources locally to help you with finding the supplies from the supply list – much easier than trying to shop for the right stuff on your own."

Abby Jackson
Mississippi State University
Architecture Major, Class of 2020

About Questioning Your Skills...

“Don’t doubt yourself. Students interested in graphic design sometimes tell me they aren’t great at Illustrator or Photoshop or InDesign. But, it’s a learning process and what this program is all about!”

Raphael Spears
Mississippi State University
Art Major, Graphic Design Concentration, Class of 2021

On the value of hands-on learning...

“I looked at other programs that are lecture-based and realized the studio learning style was a better fit for me. Learning how to do things through a project-based atmosphere prepares you to be able to critically think in your career. Whether you have an extensive background in construction or very little, this program will prepare you to be an effective construction professional.”

Hunter Bullock
Mississippi State University
Building Construction Science Major, Class of 2020

About Transferring into the School of Architecture

“Architecture’s summer studio was a great fit for me as a transfer student. It allowed me to transition into my core classes quickly.”

Abby Jackson
Mississippi State University
Architecture Major, Class of 2020

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Check out the Frequently Asked Questions at the Office of Admissions and Scholarships.

If you have questions for us, fill out our "I have a question" form or please contact The College of Architecture, Art and Design.

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