The four-course minor introduces students to the study of architectural history, paying particular attention to the relationship between buildings and their larger urban, cultural, economic, and social environments. The minor includes one general survey class that covers a variety of different cultures and geographic contexts over time. Students may then choose from a suite of architectural history courses to fulfill the remaining 12 credits of this minor.
Please note: This minor is not available to students in the BS Architecture or BS Architectural Studies major. BLA Landscape Architecture students may double count at most one course with this minor.
Note: This minor is not available to students in the BS in architecture or BS in architectural studies major. BLA in landscape architecture students may double count at most one course with this minor.
|Architectural History Core|
|ARCH 1310||Buildings and Cities, A Global History||4|
|Complete three of the following:||12|
|Special Topics in Architectural History|
Any course from the ARCH 2300 series, including:
|History of Chinese Architecture|
|East Asian Architecture: History from a Global Perspective|
|Modern Chinese Architecture|
|Architecture and the City in the Nineteenth Century|
|Architecture and Politics|
|Architecture and Urbanism Abroad|
|Advanced Topics in Architectural History|
|Urban and Architectural History Abroad|
2.000 GPA required in the minor