A student who wishes to take a few courses to begin a career in architecture, or to be considered for promotion, or are simply interested in the topic may register as a non-program student.
Students wishing to enrol in the graduate level architecture courses as a non-program student must hold a bachelor degree from a recognized post-secondary education institution. All persons applying for non-program status will be required to submit confirmation of successful completion of an undergraduate degree. Students are accepted into the non-program Post-Baccalaureate courses at the discretion of Athabasca University.
All materials for non-program student registration (including the application form and fees) must be completed in full and received one month prior to the course start date.
Non-program students may take up to two Post-Baccalaureate in Architecture (PBDA) courses in total.
For further assistance contact RAIC Centre for Architecture.
Updated February 06 2017 by Student & Academic Services