Dating architecture major
They must also base their studies in one of three areas of concentration: Design; History, Theory, and Criticism; or Urbanism (Urban Studies).
(For the Class of 2022 and subsequent classes the Urban Studies concentration will be called Urbanism).
Design concentration The Design concentration explores the role of architecture in shaping the world around us.
It introduces complex processes involved in solving spatial and programmatic problems.
For the Design concentration, the following additional courses are required: History, Theory, and Criticism concentration The History, Theory, and Criticism concentration is intended to establish a broad historical and intellectual framework for the study of architecture.
For accredited professional degree programs, refer to the requirements of the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB). Students majoring in Architecture are required to take fifteen course credits, including prerequisites and the senior requirement.
Majors are expected to take the three prerequisites by the end of their sophomore year and to complete a core of four courses, for five course credits, by the end of their junior year.
Proposals for senior projects and essays are submitted in the fall term for review and approval by the senior project coordinator; they are then distributed to faculty members for review.
Upon successful review, students may ask faculty members to act as senior advisers.