Learn the theories, models and history of architecture.
Courses that exemplify this include, but are not limited to:
ArcH 110 - introduction to architectural studies
Learn the aims, methods, and issues of design and planning disciplines, with architecture at the core of your studies.
ARCS 300 - Architecture design studio
Acclimate yourself to using the design process as a method of inquiry through focused study and innovative problem solving.
Arch 313 - History of Modern Landscape Architecture
Physically contextualize works of landscape design through consideration of contemporary and allied humanities, especially philosophy, literature, painting, and architecture.
Critical Museum Studies
Investigate the histories of practices of museums from a decolonial perspective while building the skills necessary to work in the industry through the Critical Museum Studies minor. You'll get to follow tracks like history museums and art museums and galleries that will allow you to focus on the issues and practices most relevant to the type of cultural space that most interests you. Students in all tracks gain experience with installation techniques, designing, cataloging, collections management, and writing exhibit labels. You'll leave prepared to work in and think critically about a variety of fields.