The Undergraduate International Studio provides undergraduate architecture majors with a faculty-led semester abroad, eleven weeks in an exciting design-oriented city, where, to a large degree, the city is the classroom. The Junior and Senior-level architecture design studios are supported by three elective courses, each focused on a different scale: the City, the Building, and the Hand. This spring, the program is based in Barcelona.
This program is designed for Georgia Tech undergraduate architecture majors in the third and fourth years of their studio sequence. Undergraduate students from other architecture schools who meet Georgia Tech criteria for transient students are also welcome. The program is capped at 14 students.
Program Director: Mark Cottle, Associate Professor
Program Dates: February 1, 2020 to April 18, 2020
Program Course List:
ARCH 3855/4855 - Architectural Design Studio IV/VI : Design in the Compact City [5 credit hours]
ARCH 3135 - Institute Social Science Elective : City Literacy : What Makes a Great City Great [3 credit hours]
ARCH 4128 - Institute Humanities Elective : Barcelona Architecture and Design [3 credit hours]
ARCH 4804 - Special Topics Theory Elective : Ways of Seeing [4 credit hours]
Program Cost: All students on this program pay in-state tuition, currently set at $5,004 per semester. Students are also responsible for the standard Georgia Tech fees, such as the technology fee and the institute fee. In addition, students pay a program fee of $5,500, which includes housing, travel on field trips, and medical insurance. The program fee does not cover meals, books and materials, or airfare to and from Barcelona.
Important Dates : Program begins February 1, 2020. Program ends April 18, 2020.
Contact : Mark Cottle, Associate Professor, firstname.lastname@example.org