Architecture

Bachelor of Arts, Department of Art (Architecture Program)

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The Architecture major prepares students for graduate study in architecture or a related field. The curriculum is primarily studio-based, building foundational skills in drawing, design, watercolor, in addition to the core architectural design studios. Coursework in the history and theory of art and architecture, plus a summer study abroad are required components of the major, as well.

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Christopher C. Miller, Ph.D.
Professor & Architecture Program Director
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913.360.7154 

Bishop Fink Hall

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  • Christopher C. Miller, Ph.D.
    Professor & Architecture Program Director
  • John Haigh, M.Arch AIA
    Assistant Professor

Freshman Year

ARCH-1300Introduction to Architecture [+ lab]3
ART-1000Drawing I3
ART-10102-D Design3
EXSC-1115Wellness for Life1
GNST-1000BC Experience1
MATH-1250Pre-Calculus/Gen Ed4-3
THEO-1100Introduction to Theology3
Total17-18
ARCH-XXXXFreshman Studio3
ARCH-XXXXArchitectural Drawing3
ENGL-1010English Composition3
EXSCActivity Course [or EXSC-1115]1
MATH-1300Calculus 14
PHIL-1750Principles of Nature [or THEO elective]3
Total17

Sophomore Year

ARCH-2111Sophomore Studio 14
ARCH-2300Theory & History of Arch. 13
ART-3121Watercolor 13
PHYS-2100Classical Physics4
THEO/PHILFoundation3
Total17
ARCH-2112Sophomore Studio 24
ARCH-XXXXTheory & History 23
ART-3412Art History 23
Natural World Gen Ed3
THEO/PHILFoundation3
Total16

Summer Study Abroad Program

ARCH-XXXXTheory and History2
ARCH-2200Plein Air Drawing and Watercolor Studio2

Junior Year

ARCH-3113Junior Studio 35
ARCH-XXXXArchitecture of Cities3
ENGR-2300Statics3
Foreign Language4
Total15
ARCH-3114Junior Studio 45
ENGR-2320Mechanics of Materials3
Elective3
Foreign Language4
Total15

Senior Year

ARCH-4115Senior Studio 56
ARCH-4400Environ Sys & Sustain.4
ART-3411Art History 13
PHIL/THEOFoundation3
Total16
ARCH-4116Capstone Studio 66
ARCH-COMPSenior Comprehensive Examcr
CIVL-3550Bldg Component & Sys. Design3
THEO/PHILFoundation3
Elective3
Total15

Total program credits: 128-129

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