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Architectural StudiesThe Department of Art and Art History offers an interdisciplinary major and minor in architectural studies for students interested in the study of architecture's history, theory and practice. The faculty adviser for architectural studies is Professor Andrew McClellan.
The program provides a broad-based liberal arts education in architecture incorporating architectural history, studio design, engineering, the humanities and social sciences. The program can also help students prepare for graduate study and careers in architecture and other allied disciplines, such as landscape architecture, urban planning, and historic preservation.
For detailed information on faculty, requirements, courses, forms, etc. see the Architectural Studies website.
Major In Architectural Studies
Twelve courses total: Seven are core courses whose subject matter is exclusively or predominantly related to the built environment. Five are electives with subject matters or methodologies highly relevant to study of the built environment. A course cannot fulfill both the core and elective requirement.
Art History (FAH) 1: Introduction to World Art IRecommended Sequence:
Freshman-Sophomore years: FAH 8, FAH 1Minor In Architectural Studies
Five courses total
Art History (FAH) 1 Introduction to World Art I
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