The Certificate At-a-Glance

Architectural Studies Certificate

(If you are not an Art History Major or Art History Minor, click here to learn about the Architectural Studies Minor)

The Certificate in Architectural Studies consists of five courses (15 credits): 3 required classes and 2 electives

List of Electives, click here

You may count any or all of the certificate classes toward your art history major.

Grades of C or better must be earned in all courses used to fulfill the minor or certificate:

3 Foundational Courses (Required):

Grades of C or better must be earned in all courses used to fulfill the minor or certificate:

  1. One architecture studio housed in Landscape Architecture, SEBS 11:550:133 Architectural Design (3) Offered every fall.
  2. One introduction to controversies and issues in contemporary architecture, housed in the Art History Department, SAS. 01:082:101 an architecture using global examples. Offered every spring.
  3. Art History 105 (History of Western Art, prehistory to 1400) 01:082:105 (F2F and online) Survey of the major monuments and trends in the history of painting, sculpture, and architecture in the west before 1400.