Fall '24 Featured Courses

The Undergraduate Architecture program in the College of Arts and Sciences offers a diverse range of courses exploring architecture, landscapes, and urbanism. Students can embark on an introductory journey into the creative design process or engage in critical discussions at the intersection of race and climate justice. Courses also cover the unseen hierarchies of labor and architecture, the history and theory of landscapes, and the diverse forms of modern architecture in Japan.


Architecture in the University

The study of architecture is focused around a core of sequential design studios.

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Architecture in the Community

The study of architecture engages the local community beyond the campus.

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Architecture in the World

The study of architecture extends beyond the local community into the world.

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Mission Statement

The mission of the undergraduate program in architecture is to develop analytical thinking and creative making within the discipline of architecture in the context of a general liberal arts and sciences curriculum.