Following Universities in Canada offer Bachelors and Graduate programs in Architecture and related fields. I spent time to find the universities in Canada just for the following email from a reader.

Any progress on Architecture Universities/Colleges in Canada?! For the Bachelor of Architecture Program. Think I’d raised this question last year sometime.
I’ve been cracking my brains out in figuring out Universities. I applied to Dalhousie University, only to figure that they have a BED’s course with a requirement of 2yrs of UG studies in any field! I even asked them why would they need a student to complete 2yrs of UG studies to apply fer an UG course itself! That got sorted out, its based on the course pattern. But looks like I’ve lost out on a Year doing this….

So from B.arch I’ve come down to Pre-professional Courses that could help me join the Bachelors of architecture course in the Second year, as pre-professional architectural courses are 2yrs in length. Some universities accept students with the general pre-requisites in the 2nd year..wouldn’t want to lose out on another year!
I’d really appreciate any kind of assistance in this, with the knowledge you have, and the ability that you can point out to any kind of subtleties that could help me out. I really need this!

Canada – List of Universities Architecture

University Program Name Program Level Discipline
University of Calgary PhD in environmental design Doctorate Environmental Design/Architecture
University of Calgary Bachelor of laws/Master of environmental design First professional degree Environmental Design/Architecture
University of Calgary Master of Architecture (MArch) Master’s degree Architecture (BArch, BA/BSc, MArch, MA/MSc, PhD)
University of Calgary MEDes (environmental design) Master’s degree Design and Applied Arts, Environmental Design/Architecture
The University of British Columbia Bachelor of Environmental Design (Vancouver) Bachelor’s degree Environmental Design/Architecture
The University of British Columbia Bachelor of Environmental Design (ENDS) Bachelor’s degree Environmental Design/Landscape
The University of British Columbia PhD in Planning (Vancouver) Doctorate City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning
The University of British Columbia Master of Architecture (M.Arch) (Vancouver) Master’s degree Architecture (BArch, BA/BSc, MArch, MA/MSc, PhD)
The University of British Columbia Master of Advanced Studies in Architecture (MASA) (Vancouver) Master’s degree Architecture (BArch, BA/BSc, MArch, MA/MSc, PhD)
The University of British Columbia Masters of Architecture (Vancouver) Master’s degree Architecture (BArch, BA/BSc, MArch, MA/MSc, PhD)
The University of British Columbia MA in Planning (Vancouver) Master’s degree City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning
The University of British Columbia MScP in Planning (Vancouver) Master’s degree City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning
The University of British Columbia Master of Planning (MAP) (Vancouver) Master’s degree City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning
The University of British Columbia Master of Advanced Studies in Landscape Architecture (MASLA) (Vancouver) Master’s degree Landscape Architecture (BSc, BSLA, BLA, MSLA, MLA, PhD)
The University of British Columbia Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA) (Vancouver) Master’s degree Landscape Architecture (BSc, BSLA, BLA, MSLA, MLA, PhD)
University of Manitoba Bachelor of environmental design Bachelor’s degree Architecture, City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning
University of Manitoba PhD in Design and Planning Doctorate City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning
University of Manitoba Master of Architecture Master’s degree Architecture (BArch, BA/BSc, MArch, MA/MSc, PhD)
University of Manitoba Master of city planning Master’s degree City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning
University of Manitoba Master of landscape architecture Master’s degree Landscape Architecture (BSc, BSLA, BLA, MSLA, MLA, PhD)
Dalhousie University Bachelor of Community Design (Honours) Bachelor’s degree City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning
Dalhousie University Bachelor of Community Design Bachelor’s degree City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning
Dalhousie University Bachelor of Environmental Design Studies Bachelor’s degree Environmental Design/Architecture
Dalhousie University Master of Architecture Master’s degree Architecture (BArch, BA/BSc, MArch, MA/MSc, PhD)
Dalhousie University Master of Architecture (Post-Professional) Master’s degree Architecture (BArch, BA/BSc, MArch, MA/MSc, PhD)
Dalhousie University MASc/Master of Planning Master’s degree City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning
Dalhousie University MEng/Master of Planning Master’s degree City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning
Dalhousie University Master of Planning Master’s degree City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning
Dalhousie University Master of Planning Studies Master’s degree City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning
Carleton University BA in History and Theory of Architecture (general) Bachelor’s degree Architectural History and Criticism
Carleton University Bachelor of architectural studies Bachelor’s degree Architecture (BArch, BA/BSc, MArch, MA/MSc, PhD)
Carleton University Bachelor of architectural studies (honours) Bachelor’s degree Architecture (BArch, BA/BSc, MArch, MA/MSc, PhD)
Carleton University Bachelor of Engineering in Environmental Engineering Bachelor’s degree Environmental Design/Architecture
Carleton University Master of architecture Master’s degree Architecture (BArch, BA/BSc, MArch, MA/MSc, PhD)
University of Guelph Bachelor of landscape architecture Bachelor’s degree Landscape Architecture (BSc, BSLA, BLA, MSLA, MLA, PhD)
University of Guelph Graduate diploma in rural planning and development Graduate level certificate/diploma City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning
University of Guelph MSc (Planning) Rural Planning and Development Master’s degree City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning
University of Guelph MLA Master of Landscape Architecture Master’s degree Landscape Architecture (BSc, BSLA, BLA, MSLA, MLA, PhD)
Queen’s University Master of Urban and Regional Planning (MPL) Master’s degree City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning
Queen’s University Combined Master in Urban and Regional Planning/JD Master’s degree City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning
Ryerson University Bachelor of Urban and Regional Planning (BURPl) Bachelor’s degree City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning
Ryerson University MArch Master of Architecture Master’s degree Architecture (BArch, BA/BSc, MArch, MA/MSc, PhD)
Ryerson University MBSc/MASc Building Science Master’s degree Architecture and Related Services, Other
Ryerson University Master of Planning (MPl) in Urban Development Master’s degree City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning
Ryerson University Certificate in Architecture (Advanced) Undergraduate level certificate/diploma Architecture (BArch, BA/BSc, MArch, MA/MSc, PhD)
Ryerson University Certificate in Landscape Design Undergraduate level certificate/diploma Landscape Architecture (BSc, BSLA, BLA, MSLA, MLA, PhD)
University of Toronto BA in Architectural Studies (concentration in History, Theory, Criticism) (Major) Bachelor’s degree Architecture (BArch, BA/BSc, MArch, MA/MSc, PhD)
University of Toronto BA in City Studies (Major) Bachelor’s degree City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning
University of Toronto BA in Architectural Studies (concentration in design) (Major) Bachelor’s degree Environmental Design/Architecture
University of Toronto PhD in Planning Doctorate City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning
University of Toronto Master of Architecture (MArch) Master’s degree Architecture (BArch, BA/BSc, MArch, MA/MSc, PhD)
University of Toronto MScPl in Planning Master’s degree City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning
University of Toronto Master of Urban Design (MUD) Master’s degree City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning
University of Toronto Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA) Master’s degree Landscape Architecture (BSc, BSLA, BLA, MSLA, MLA, PhD)
University of Waterloo Bachelor of Architectural Studies (BAS) in architecture Bachelor’s degree Architecture (BArch, BA/BSc, MArch, MA/MSc, PhD)
University of Waterloo BES honours in planning Bachelor’s degree City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning
University of Waterloo PhD in planning Doctorate City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning
University of Waterloo Master of architecture (MArch) Master’s degree Architecture (BArch, BA/BSc, MArch, MA/MSc, PhD)
University of Waterloo MA in planning Master’s degree City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning
University of Waterloo Master of environmental studies in planning Master’s degree City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning
University of Waterloo MAES in planning Master’s degree Environmental Design/Architecture
University of Windsor BFA honours in visual arts and the built environment Bachelor’s degree Architecture (BArch, BA/BSc, MArch, MA/MSc, PhD)
Concordia University BA in urban planning Bachelor’s degree City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning
McGill University Bachelor of science in architecture Bachelor’s degree Architecture (BArch, BA/BSc, MArch, MA/MSc, PhD)
McGill University PhD in architecture Doctorate Architecture (BArch, BA/BSc, MArch, MA/MSc, PhD)
McGill University Graduate diploma in housing Graduate level certificate/diploma Architecture (BArch, BA/BSc, MArch, MA/MSc, PhD)
McGill University Master of architecture Master’s degree Architecture (BArch, BA/BSc, MArch, MA/MSc, PhD)
McGill University Master of architecture Master’s degree Architecture (BArch, BA/BSc, MArch, MA/MSc, PhD)
McGill University Master of urban planning (MUP) Master’s degree City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning
University of Saskatchewan BA in Community Planning and Native Studies (4-year major/honours) Bachelor’s degree Aboriginal Studies

 

Comments

  1. Whats is the average university fee for pursuing an undergraduate degree in canada(4 or 5 year) ?

  2. I am a HND [higher national diploma] holder In Architecture from a Nigerian polytechnic.I want to know if I can do PGD[post graduate diploma] in Architecture in a canadian University.Thanks

  3. Hello Sir Kindly tell me .. i have done inter mean 12th class in arts not in science subjects please tell me can i take admission in b.arch in any canadian collage school or uni?? reply please as soon as possible.
    thanks

    • Academically you do qualify for admissions in undergrad architecture programs. But at times Canadian Universities prefer students with some post secondary academic experience. Based on your interests check for appropriate programs and specific admission requirements. This will help you determine if you can proceed for admissions after 12th.

  4. HI,
    Mr. Raghu ,i really feel you can help me with this. I plan to do a bachelors in architecture from Canada,but i’m really confused with choosing the right university.i have met the officials from univ. of Manitoba,and thy say my grades and IELTS score is sufficient for admission,although i’ll b trying for carleton,ryerson,Dalhousie,queens and calgary as well. plz let me know about the best university for architecture out these.apart from that,if i do a degree in environmental design from university of Manitoba(or from any of these 6 universities),can i expect a place in 2 of the topmost universities in Canada (Mcgill,Univ. of toronto) for Masters,and most importantly,a good job? i request you to reply as soon as possible.

    Thank you.

  5. Hi there, I just have a question regarding the possible routes towards a Masters degree here in Canada. I’m currently studying a BA in Sociology at the University of Calgary. I’ve been told that any particular BA is satisfactory for later admission into the Masters, at least here in Calgary. What I’m unsure of though, is would the same apply at the other universities listed througout Canada? If I was to graduate with my BA in Sociology, and then decide to persue my Masters in Toronto or Vancouver, rather than here in Calgary, would I still be able to do so? I noticed the University of Toronto offers a BA in Architectural studies. Would one have to take that program first, and then move on to the masters (making an unrelated degree like my Sociology more or less useless) or is it the same all throughout Canada, where any BA is satisfactory for admission into the Masters?

    I just find the route towards becoming an Architect here in Canada so impractical and odd in some respects. Nothing is straightforward and its been so frustrating getting information. I know that in the UK, US, and Australia for example, it is a straight route, if you want to study architecture, you begin with a BA, and then eventually a Masters if you wish. Theres no study of an unrelated degree.

    Any information you could provide would be great, thank you.
    -Will

  6. I studied in physics. But now.i decide to study architecture major in Canada.please help me .thank you

  7. Dear sir

    I am Sudanese student i have architecture diploma 3year i have 11years of experience i wish to complete it to bachelor or master architecture if its possible if not
    show me the strait way please
    i attached my certificate’s when you sea them you can give me the right advice

    thanks you

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