Curriculum

College

  • East Falls Campus
  • College of Architecture & the Built Environment

Degree Earned

Bachelor of Science

Program Type

  • On Campus

Overview

Total Credit Hours: 125-128

Year One

Architectural Studies Core (14 credits)

  • Design 1: Interdisciplinary Foundation Studies (Fall)
  • Visualization 1: Drawing 1 (Fall)
  • Design 2: Architecture Foundation Studies (Spring)
  • Visualization 2: Technics & Graphic Representation for Architecture (Spring)

Hallmarks Core (19-21 credits)

  • Pathways Seminar
  • Writing Seminar I: Written Communication
  • Topics in American Studies
  • Science I: SCI-109 Systems Thinking + Sustainability or SCI-110 Landscape Ecology
  • Science II: General Physics
  • Mathematics I
  • Mathematics II or Free Elective

Year Two

Architectural Studies Core (22 credits)

  • Design 3: Architecture Foundation Studies (Fall)
  • Technology 1: Material and Methods (Fall)
  • History 1: Built Environment, Ancient to Medieval (Fall)
  • Visualization 3: Digital Modeling for Architecture (Fall)
  • Technology 2: Passive System Building Enclosure (Spring)
  • History 2: Renaissance/Baroque (Spring)
  • Structures 1 (Spring)
  • Elective: Design 4: Architecture Foundation Studies recommended (Spring)

Hallmarks Core (6-7 credits)

  • Ethics
  • Writing Seminar II: Multimedia Communication

Year Three

Architectural Studies Core (6 credits)

  • History 3: Early Modern 1750-1930 (Fall)
  • History 4: Modern/Contemporary 1930 to present (Spring)

Minor #1, Minor #2 or Track (12 credits)

  • Choose 4 appropriate courses

Free Electives (6 credits)

  • Choose 2 courses

Hallmarks Courses (9 credits)

  • American Diversity
  • Global Diversity/Languages
  • Integrative Seminar

Year Four

Architectural Studies Core (4 credits)

  • Architectural Studies Capstone

Minor #1, Minor #2 or Track (12 credits)

  • Choose 4 appropriate courses

Electives (6 credits)

  • Choose 2 courses

Hallmarks Courses (9 credits)

  • Global Citizenship
  • Contemporary Global Issues
  • Philosophies of the Good Life

Track Curriculum Overviews