The interdisciplinary minor in Architectural Studies provides a creative pathway for real-world learning including a capstone course, a required portfolio, common intellectual experiences, diverse cultural experiences, and opportunities for internships, community-based learning, and undergraduate research. The minor emphasizes sustainability and stewardship of communities and natural resources, and the College’s goals of service, purposeful work, social justice, and civic engagement. Students with no physics or mathematics background should have no less success with this minor. Students completing the minor will have a good general introduction to careers in architecture.
For further information, contact Dr. Joseph Wunderlich, Department of Engineering and Physics or Dr. Patricia Ricci, Department of Fine and Performing Arts.
The requirements for Architectural Studies minor are: