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Boston Architectural College (BAC)



Why Boston Architectural College (BAC)?

Founded in 1889, Boston Architectural College is committed to provide excellence in design education grounded in practice and accessible to diverse communities. One of the most unique characteristics of the BAC is the learning model which works in a way that students earn credits whilst participating in paid work at one of over three hundred design firms during the day, while attending classes in the evening, typically two to three nights per week. This educational experience connects the theoretical with the practical, affording students the ability to test for licensure upon graduation.


EC Quick Facts

Which EC course should I take

  • Academic Semester/Year

IELTS/TOEFL waiver granted for students who complete:

admissions to masters degrees


Class size
Approximately 1,300 students
Conditional admissions offered for
  • Bachelors and Masters degrees
Annual Tuition
  • $19,626

Amount needed for financial certification
  • $43,491


Location

Boston Architectural Center‎,
320 Newbury St,
Boston, Massachusetts 02115.
(A few blocks from EC Boston)


Application Information

New Students Admitted

January 2020
September 2020

Application Requirements

Application form

Dates and tuition are subject to change, for the most up to date information please confirm on the university’s website

Scanned documents for Conditional Admissions are not accepted.

What do I need to apply?

Graduate Programs

  • Open enrolment, no minimum GPA, GRE, or GMAT required
  • Complete application form
  • An official college transcript evaluated and translated
  • A Declaration of Finances or Notarized Affidavit of Support with official certification from your bank
  • $50 application form
  • Creative exercises
  • Current resume
  • An Immunization form must also be returned to the College. This form does not have to be in before orientation, but must be sent in prior to the start of classes.