In addition to the University admission requirements, prospective candidates must complete all remedial courses, Math and/or English, if any, during their first year at NDU. Students who fail to meet the above requirements will not be allowed to proceed to the degree courses in Architecture and other majors of the Ramez G. Chagoury, Faculty of Architecture, Arts & Design.
To obtain the degree of bachelor of architecture, a student must complete a total of 172 credits with an overall GPA of at least 2.0/4.0 and a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.3/4.0 in the Core and Major requirements.
In addition, all Core and major courses must be successfully completed with a minimum grade of “C-”.
In addition, all Architectural Design courses (ARP 222, 232, 311, 322, 433, 444, 555, 556, 590, 592 and 594) must be successfully completed with a minimum grade of “C+”.
Prior to enrolling into the ARP 590-Senior Study courses, student will have to fulfill the following requirements:
A minimum of 21 credits of their LAC courses must be completed prior to taking ARP 590.
Prerequisites: ARP 454, ARP 556, ARP 438, ARP 562, and 21 credits of LAC courses.
Students must have a minimum of 2.3 GPA in their cumulative major courses.
Courses CSC 201, MAT 201 and MAT 202 are not allowed for Architecture students.
ARP 329 is obligatory for Architecture students.
These 172 credits are divided into: