Architecture is a complex and highly integrative discipline that can provide a foundation for careers in different areas of environmental design and construction as well as provide preparation for other collaborative design processes involving the integration of art and science.
The minor in architecture enables students to develop their creativity and passion for producing innovative, culturally-enhancing design. Students in the minor will learn to produce models for concrete solutions to ‘real-world sustainability problems’ (social and ecological) and ones for handling complex, multidisciplinary collaboration.
The 15 semester hour curriculum leading to the minor in architecture includes both required and elective courses and provides training in the fundamentals of the architectural design and representation process as well as a course in the history of architecture, one in systems design, and a collaborative design workshop.
In addition, students will interact with faculty members in our school who are currently pursuing research across the spectrum of disciplinary and professional issues that provides a rich intellectual environment for study in this subject.
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