The undergraduate program in architecture was established to offer opportunities for undergraduate students in the College of Arts & Sciences to study architecture on various levels of engagement.
The Major in Architecture offers two concentrations: the Design Concentration, a five-semester sequence of courses, including design studios, architecture theory, art history, and other courses in the College, and the Intensive Design Concentration, a seven-semester course sequence featuring an advanced architecture workshop, building technology courses, and a second architecture theory course in addition to the Design Concentration courses. Learn more
The Minor in Architecture consists of a three-semester sequence of design studios in Architecture and two courses in the History of Art. Learn more
Other related programs include study abroad in the Architectural Association (AA), London; a Minor in Landscape Studies offered in collaboration with the Department of Landscape Architecture in the Weitzman School of Design; a concentration in Architecture Practice and Technology in the Major in Visual Studies; and an Integrated Product Design fundamentals course. Learn more