Special Requirements for Certain Majors
You should indicate your intended major on the application form. In general, the admission consideration process is currently the same for all majors, including undeclared majors.
There are additional requirements for the following:
Accounting and Business Management
Direct admission to accounting and business management is subject to limited enrollment. Due to the quantitative nature of these majors, it is recommended that students complete precalculus and be calculus-ready prior to enrollment
All freshman applicants are invited to submit a digital student portfolio OR complete an architecture design project to demonstrate their creativity and interest in architecture. Please note that the digital student portfolio or architecture design project may be one of many factors considered in the review of an applicant's eligibility for admission into the Bachelor of Science in Architecture, but does not determine final admissibility into the undergraduate academic program or the university. The University at Buffalo architecture program is the only program in New York State that accepts either a digital student portfolio or an architecture design project.
Dance, Music Theatre and Theatre
An audition is required for acceptance into acting, dance and music theatre. Portfolio review and an interview is required for BFA design/technology intended majors. To schedule an audition, please go to Department of Theatre & Dance website or contact the department at 716-645-6897.
Engineering applicants receive an additional review to ascertain their readiness in key science and math areas.
An audition is required for acceptance into music. For information on supplemental requirements, please go to Department of Music website, or you may contact the department at 716-645-2758.
The departments of accounting and business management, architecture, computer science, dance, engineering, exercise science, music, music theatre, nuclear medicine technology and theatre admit freshmen directly to the major. All other departments evaluate students for admission during their second year of study at UB.
Last updated: September 08, 2014 4:14 pm EST