- GCSE/ IGCSE/ O Level – At least three different subject areas at the GCSE/ IGCSE/ O Level with final grades of at least ‘B/6’ or higher in one subject and 'C/4' or higher in two other subjects AND
GCE AS Level – Four different AS Level subjects with predicted and final grades of ‘B’ or better in two subjects and ‘C’ or better in two other subjects OR
GCE A Level - Two or more A Level subjects, with predicted and final grades of ‘B’ or higher in one subject and ‘C’ or higher in another subject.
- Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) (12 years of study) with excellent results including the applicable subject prerequisites.
- Academic IELTS - 6.5 overall (Minimum of 6.0 in each section is required.)
- Physics and Mathematics are mandatory
- 4 Years Full-time, 5 Years with Co-op
- Bachelor of Architecture
- Located in the heart of Toronto
- Very limited Universities in Canada offer similar program
Program Name: Architectural Science (BArchSc (Hons))
This program is the only undergraduate program in Canada to integrate architecture, building science, and project management. When combined with our master’s program, it forms a program of study that is accredited by the Canadian Architectural Certification Board (CACB). You’ll access well-equipped fabrication facilities with skilled technicians, an advanced computer modeling and simulation lab and individual studio workstations, and top students can apply for a paid competitive co-op program after successfully completing third year. The design studios and immersive, hands-on projects ensure you’ll graduate with the perspective and skills needed to collaboratively guide design and construction projects from start to finish. Study Architectural Science and learn to transform our world into a more functional, beautiful, and sustainable place.
Department of Architectural Science (DAS) professor Vincent Hui’s Navigable Virtual Reality For Architectural Interactive Learning (NVR-FAIL) tool allows students to not only design and view their architectural projects in a three-dimensional environment but also navigate and exist within this space. Given freedom of movement, this tool creates a realistic virtual space for students to experiment with their schoolwork and personal design projects. In addition, it is easily accessible through standard VR technology using students’ smartphones.
You’ll be prepared to contribute to creating an innovative, sustainable built environment using design, creativity, research, analysis, technical knowledge, management knowledge and practical experience. Options for your future include building design, government policy-making, real estate development, building assembly analysis or product development, building testing or marketing. You may work as a restoration architect, research architect or in the field of architectural engineering. You could pursue a master of architecture (MArch) to become a licensed architect, a master of building science (MBSc/MASc), or a degree in project management, real estate development, urban design or urban planning.
This program, when combined with our master’s program, forms a program of study that is accredited by the Canadian Architectural Certification Board.