Application Procedures for Graduate StudentsA. All applicants for admission must complete a University of Hawai‘i System Application using the following steps:
1. Apply online at http://www.manoa.hawaii.edu/graduate/content/architecture.
2. Complete all required information on the form and complete the application process according to the directions from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa .
To the graduate professional program applicants holding a Baccalaureate degree or higher must submit a School of Architecture Supplemental Information for Admission form along with the required documents by the stated deadline using the following steps:
Click HERE for School of Architecture Supplemental Information for Admission form.
Application InterviewsThe School does not require, nor does it grant, personal interviews as part of the admissions process.
Application DeadlineFall priority deadline is January 1 and final deadline is March 1. Spring priority deadline is September 1 and final deadline is October 1. International students must apply by the priority deadlines to allow time for visa processing.
All required application materials listed above must be postmarked by the above listed deadlines. Incomplete and/or late applications will not receive consideration. Applicants should advise the School and the Office of graduate education immediately of any changes of address. The School assumes no responsibility for missed deadlines resulting from a failure to notify UHM and the School of a change of address.
Deferred AdmissionThe School and the University do not grant deferred admission. Applicants wishing to defer admission must reapply to the University and the School.
Ownership of Application MaterialsSupplemental documents submitted by applicants become the property of the School and will be retained for students accepted into the program after the admissions decisions to the School of Architecture have been made.
Informal academic advising may be requested by prospective students by contacting the archawai'i Student Services Office. Students who have been accepted to the School should contact the Student Services Office for information regarding orientation, registration & mandatory advising.
Graduate Degree Program
Global Track Application
News + Events
WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATIENCE WHILE WE REDESIGN OUR WEBSITE.
LOOK FOR OUR NEW SITE JANUARY 11, 2016.
THE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE SEEKS THREE NEW FULL-TIME TENURE-TRACK FACULTY MEMBERS:
Position Number: 0085610 Assistant or Associate Professor in Architectural History, Theory and Criticism
Position Number: 0085011 Assistant or Associate Professor in Landscape Architecture (Urban Ecological Design Focus)
Position Number: 0085015 Assistant Professor in Basic Design
UPCOMING LECTURES AND EVENTS
Nov 2, 2015
Nov 4, 2015
The Emerging Architect
Christine Theodoropoulos, AIA PE
Dean, College of Architecture and Environmental Design
California Polytechnic State University AIA Honolulu Center for Architecture
Co-Sponsored by AIA Honolulu and the Hawaii Architectural Foundation
Nov 20, 2015
Flying Around Design
Assistant Professor, School of Architecture, University of Hawaii at Manoa
The Haigo and Irene Shen Architecture Gallery
Jan 25, 2016
Martin Felsen, AIA
Associate Professor, IIT
Principal, Urban Lab
Feb. 8, 2016
WPA 2.0 Creation of 21st Century Public Infrastructure: Beauty, Economics, Politics, Ecology
Susannah Drake, FASLA, RLA, RA
Principal, DLAND studio Architecture + Landscape Architecture
Feb 22, 2016
Practicing Architectural Education
Michael Monti, PhD
Executive Director, Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture,
Mar 14, 2016
Lecture: Our Model of Models
Exhibition: My Model of Models
Kiel Moe, AIA
Associate Professor of Architecture and Energy
Harvard University Graduate School of Design
Mar 28, 2016
Lo-Fab [Locally Fabricated]
Senior Director, MASS Design Group Ltd.
April 11, 2016
Local Code: 3,659 Proposals About Data, Design, and the Nature of Cities
Nicholas de Monchaux
Associate Professor of Architecture and Urban Design,
College of Environmental Design, UC-Berkeley,
Professor David Rockwood's book Bamboo Gridshells, was published by Routledge, May 2015.
Professor David Rockwood's gridshell structure was included in Chris van Uffelen's book Bamboo Architecture & Design, published by Braun Publishing AG, 2015.
Professor David Rockwood's with co-author Associate Professor David Garmire of the UHM Dept. of Electrical Engineering published A New Transportation System for Efficient and Sustainable Cities: Development of a Next Generation Variable Speed Moving Walkway in the journal Sustainable Cities and Society (published online Oct. 2014, print publication vol. 14 2015).
Professor David Rockwood, with co-authors Associate Professor David Garmire of the UHM Dept. of Electrical Engineering, and Newton Parks, UHM School of Architecture Doctor of Architecture student published A continuously variable transmission for efficient urban transportation in the journal Sustainable Materials and Technologies (published online Dec. 2014, print publication vols. 1-2, Dec. 2014).