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Minor in Architecture and Community Design

The Minor in Architecture and Community Design is designed to provide the non-architecture Major with an appreciation of design, architectural history, urban planning and design, community outreach as it relates to architectural and landscape design projects in underserved communities, and elective technical skills in CAD.

Students require a minimum GPA of "C" (2.0) to be awarded a Minor, which is then reflected in their transcripts. Interested students should contact a faculty member in Architecture and Community Design to review the requirements, course prerequisites, and complete the paperwork to declare the Minor.

A total of 20 credits from the following courses is required for the Minor

Required Courses
  • ARCD - 110 Architecture Studio 1
  • ARCD - 400 Community Design Outreach
Select a minimum of two of the following:
  • ARCD - 101 History of Architecture 1
  • ARCD - 102 History of Architecture 2
  • ARCD - 203 History of Architecture 3
  • ARCD - 204 History of Architecture 4
Select a minimum of one of the following:
  • ARCD - 120 Architecture Studio 2
  • ARCD - 320 Introduction to Landscape Design
Select a minimum of one of the following electives:
  • ARCD - 150 Architectonics 1
  • ARCD - 151 Architectonics 2
  • ARCD - 250 Computer Aided Design and Drawing
  • ARCD - 290 Special Topics
  • ARCD - 300 Computer Aided Design and Drawing 2
  • ARCD - 320 Introduction to Landscape Design
  • ARCD - 340 International Projects
  • ARCD - 360 Introduction to Structural Engineering
  • ARCD - 370 Construction Innovation Lab
  • ARCD - 390 Special Topics