Architectural Studies Major — B.A.

Courses within the department

Required courses

ARTH 11300Elements of Architecture

3

ARTH 11400Architecture across Cultures

3

ARTH 23300Great Spaces: An Introduction to Urban Design

3

ARTH 30100Architectural Studio I: Fundamentals of Architectural Design and Drawing

4

ARTH 30200Architectural Studio II: Environmental Design and Digital Representation

4

ARTH 48000Senior Portfolio: Architecture

1

Architectural history restricted electives

Select 12 credits from the following, two courses from each category:

Category I

ARTH 20900Introduction to the Roman World

3

ARTH 22200Architecture from Catacombs to Cathedrals

3

ARTH 23200Architecture from Renaissance to Revolution

3

ARTH 24000Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Architecture

3

Category II

ARTH 31800Memorable Cities

3

ARTH 33100-33199Studies in Art from Ancient to Renaissance

3

ARTH 35800Form, Function, and Fantasy: Architecture since 1945

3

ARTH 38000-38099Studies in Architectural History and Theory

3

Senior capstone

Select 3 credits from the following:

ARTH 49000Seminar in Art History

3

ARTH 49200Tutorial in Art History

3

ARTH 49800Senior Internship

3 to 4

ARTH 49700Independent Study: Art History

1 to 4

Note: ARTH 49000 and ARTH 49200 must have an architecture topic; ARTH 49800 must be an architecture placement. ARTH 49700 is for department honors thesis only.

Art history electives
Minimum of two level-1 or level-2 nonarchitecture courses in art history, with at least one at level 2

6

Courses outside the department

Required courses

PHYS 10100Introduction to Physics I

4

MATH 10800Calculus for Decision Making

4

or

MATH 11100Calculus I

4

Building sustainable societies

Select a minimum of 6 credits total, one course from each category below:

Category I

ENVS 11200Sustainability Principles and Practice

3

ENVS 12000Environmental Sentinels

4

ENVS 12100Environmental Science & Technology

4

ENVS 20200Topics in Sustainability

3 to 4

CHEM 10500Energy and the Environment

3

PHYS 10200Introduction to Physics II

4

Category II

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. 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.

Art

ART 13000Introduction to Drawing

3

ART 12000Two-Dimensional Design

3

or

ART 12100Three-Dimensional Design

3

Summary

Total, credits within the department

39

Total, credits outside the department

20

Electives

61

Total, B.A. in architectural studies

120

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