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The Minor

Designed for students who wish to focus some attention on architecture although they are majors in another department. Seeks to introduce students to the history, design, and representation of the built environment.

Advisers

Brigitte Buettner, Barbara Kellum, Dana Leibsohn, James Middlebrook, John Moore, Frazer Ward

Requirements for the Minor

  1. Three Studio courses:
  • One at the introductory level: ARS 162, ARS 163, ARS 172, ARS 173, or ARS 188
  • Two at the 200-level: ARS 283, ARS 285, LSS 250, LSS 255
  1. Three Art History Courses:
  • ARH 110 (Art and its Histories)
  • Two art history courses above the 100-level that focus on architectural monuments, urban environments, or spatial experience: ARH 204, 208, 212, 216, 218, 224, 226, 228, 232, 234, 240 (Age of Louis XIV), 246, 250, 253, 264, 265, 267, 273, 280 (Global Modernism Architecture), 281, 283, 285, 350, 352.

2016-17 200-Level Courses on Architecture

Fall semester: ARH 273
Spring semester: ARH 234, 246, 285, 280 (Global Modern Architecture)