Architectural Studies Major — B.A.

Summary

Architectural Studies B.A. Major Requirements59
Integrative Core Curriculum 128-40
Electives21-33
Total Credits120
1

 See Integrative Core Curriculum requirements, with information about the H&S CLA requirement.

 Degree Requirements

COURSES WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT
Required Courses
ARTH 11300Elements of Architecture3
ARTH 11400Architecture across Cultures3
ARTH 23300Great Spaces: An Introduction to Urban Design3
ARTH 30100Architectural Studio I: Fundamentals of Architectural Design and Drawing4
ARTH 30200Architectural Studio II: Environmental Design and Digital Representation4
ARTH 48000Senior Portfolio: Architecture1
Architectural History restricted electives
Select 12 credits from the following, two courses from each category:
CATEGORY I6
Introduction to the Roman World
Architecture from Catacombs to Cathedrals
Architecture from Renaissance to Revolution
Architecture Since 1800
CATEGORY II6
Memorable Cities
ARTH 331xx
Studies in Art from Ancient to Renaissance
Form, Function, and Fantasy: Architecture since 1945
ARTH 380xx
Studies in Architectural History and Theory
Senior Capstone
Select 3 credits from the following: 13
ARTH 490xx
Seminar in Art History
Tutorial in Art History
Senior Internship
Honors Independent Study
Art History electives
ARTH xxxxxMinimum of two level-1 or level-2 nonarchitecture courses in art history, with at least one at level 26
COURSES OUTSIDE THE DEPARTMENT
Required Courses
PHYS 10100Introduction to Physics I4
MATH 10800Calculus for Decision Making4
or MATH 11100 Calculus I
Building Sustainable Societies
Select a minimum of 6 credits total, one course from each category below:
CATEGORY I3
The Environmental Crisis: Causes and Solutions
Sustainability Principles and Practice
Environmental Sentinels
Introduction to Environmental Science and Technology
Energy and the Environment
Introduction to Physics II
CATEGORY II3
One course in Anthropology (ANTH), History (HIST), Philosophy (PHIL), Politics (POLT), or Sociology (SOCI) at the 200-level or above that deals with issues of urbanism and the environment 2
Art
ART 13000Introduction to Drawing3
ART 12000Two-Dimensional Design3
or ART 12100 Three-Dimensional Design
Total Credits59
1

ARTH 490xx, ARTH 49200, and ARTH 49900 must have an architecture topic; ARTH 49800 must be an architecture placement.

2

The selection will be made from a list of courses available from the Art History department and may include independent studies or selected topics courses in the above departments, with the approval of the department chair.