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The B.Arch program (Bachelor’s degree in Architecture)  of DSCA has an annual intake of 120 students and admission to the program is through the National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) conducted every year.

Bachelor of Architecture

The B.Arch program (Bachelor’s degree in Architecture)  of DSCA has an annual intake of 120 students and admission to the program is through the National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) conducted every year.

Programme Duration

5 Years (10 Semesters)

Programme Type

Full time

Eligibility (B.Arch.)

The candidate should have passed the 10 + 2 pattern of examination (equivalent to the 2-year Pre-university examination in Karnataka).

Admission to the 5-year B.Arch., course is with 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics and 50% marks in aggregate at 10+2 level of examination with English as one of the languages.

Selection: The candidate has to appear and secure the minimum required marks in NATA.
(Including SC / ST, Category-1, and OBC Category candidates) conducted by the Council of Architecture.

Career Job opportunities

With the economy growing, cities expanding, and the number of residential and commercial spaces increasing year on year, B.Arch and M.Arch degree holders can pursue exciting careers.

For starters, they can take up positions as designers and architects in architectural firms or with builders & developers.

They can specialise in CAD visualisation and offer 3D walkthrough services to clients, even beyond their region.

A good number of employment/ consulting roles are available with the government in town planning and large community projects.

The other lucrative job is that of a structural engineer where they are expected to recommend on steel requirements and drawings.

Abundant opportunities are available in interior design of residential and commercial spaces. Those with an eye for aesthetics can pursue careers as set designers in the event/ film/ theatre space.

Another exciting space is landscape architecture, growing in prominence considering the large number of apartment blocks, townships and community projects coming up across India.

Other opportunities include building surveyor, estimator, visual effects supervisor and heritage buildings curator.

Educational objectives of the programs offered at DSCA

Graduates of DSCA programs will be equipped to

➣ Leverage the knowledge and skills of acquired in Architecture to understand and address real life problems of families and communities
➣ Effectively design and develop spaces and solutions taking into account ethical, social and environmental aspects.
➣ Put together and lead cross-functional teams that deliver a project successfully in time and within the costs defined.
➣ Pursue life-long learning and be competitive, enterprising and aware of the emerging issues around them.