The New Jersey School of Architecture offers a nonprofessional, four-year undergraduate program leading to the Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Architecture. The B.S. does not lead to licensure as an architect; instead it presents students with a wide array of other options leading to career opportunities within the building industry. Students can be admitted to the B.S. in Architecture program as a freshman or transfer from the B.Arch. program after two years. The New Jersey School of Architecture educates students to assume positions of responsibility and leadership in the architectural profession and in developing areas of opportunity in technology and community design related to the discipline of architecture. An emphasis on studio design in the curriculum is reinforced by courses in history, building science and social concerns. A diverse faculty brings its expertise to bear on issues of architecture, technology and culture and challenges students to prepare for their productive years as practitioners, scholars and researchers.