The Minor in Architecture prepares you to embrace fundamental parameters in design, including formal, spatial, and other factors to inform critical thinking and decision making. With a focused introduction to the profession, you will study one of three general areas: History & Theory, Environmental Technology, or Structures. The Minor in Architecture requires a minimum of 15 hours including:
Students seeking the minor in architecture should consult the Minor course flow chart with a CACM adviser for prerequisite requirements.
Students must select 12 credit hours from the following courses. The courses have been grouped by interest and support courses.
Electives: (3 Credit Hours)
Choose any ARCH 3000 level, or higher, course(s) for a maximum of three credit hours.
Total Number of Credit Hours: 15Curriculum