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Accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB), the Master of Architecture (M. Arch.) is the professional degree required by most state registration boards as a condition of licensure for architectural practice.
At Clemson, the M. Arch. program seeks to develop students’ proficiency in responding to contemporary architectural, social, and global issues with a balance of theoretical knowledge and practical abilities. As the only school of architecture in the state, Clemson Architecture gravitates toward the middle of the theory-practice spectrum, offering an educational foundation that respects both the theoretical, conceptual, and historical knowledge needed by educated leaders with the skills needed in the contemporary architectural practice.
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The most important materials reviewed to estimate this potential are the applicant's design portfolio; prior academic work (GPR/GPA); Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores, including the analytic writing component; and, in the case of international students, TOEFL score.
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