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Bachelor of Science in Architecture Curriculum


The Bachelor of Science in architecture curriculum includes elements of art, culture and technology through courses in design and representation, history and theory, and construction, structures and environmental systems. Admission to the program is selective. Students who wish to pursue professional architectural registration will be required to obtain a National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) accredited Master of Architecture degree following the BS in Architecture. This is typically a two-year process depending on the graduate program.

Year 1

Autumn Semester

ARCH 1100
Survey (or any survey course)
ARCH 2300
Outlines of the Built Environment
ARCH 2310
Introduction to Design
MATH 1148
(dependent on placement results)
GE
(Social Science GE)

Spring Semester

ENGLISH 1110
(Writing I GE)
MATH 1118
(dependent on placement results)
PHYSICS 1200
(Physical Science GE)
GE
(Social Science)
GE
(Culture and Ideas)

Year 2

Autumn Semester

ARCH 2410
Architectural Design I
ARCH 5610
Architectural Representation I
ARCH 5110
History of Architecture I
GE
(Writing II)

Spring Semester

ARCH 2420
Architectural Design II
ARCH 5620
Architectural Representation II
ARCH 5120
History of Architecture II
GE
(Literature)

Year 3

Autumn Semester

ARCH 3410
Architectural Design III
ARCH 5210
Forms of Architectural Theory
ARCH 5710
Structures I
ARCH 5510
Building Construction I

Spring Semester

ARCH 3420
Architectural Design IV
ARCH 5810
Systems I
ARCH 5520
Building Construction II
GE
(Open Option)
GE
(Open Option)

Year 4

Autumn Semester

ARCH 4410
Architectural Design V
ARCH ELECT
Architectural Elective
GE
(Biological Science)
GE
(Open Option)

Spring Semester

ARCH 4420
Architectural Design VI
ARCH ELECT
Architectural Elective
GE
(Open Option)
GE
(Open Option)