Minor in Architectural Studies
Requirements for the Minor
The Minor in Architectural Studies is a 16-semester-hour sequence of five architecture lecture/seminar courses that provides an understanding of the history of ideas and cultural invention through study of architecture and related design practices.
|ARCH 200||Architecture and Society||4|
|ARCH 252||Modern Architecture||3|
|ARCH 371||Architectural Theory 1||3|
|ARCH 372||Architectural Theory 2||3|
|ARCH 414||Contemporary Practices||3|
A student who has completed ARCH 200, a course that is open to all UIC undergraduates, with a grade of C or better can declare their intent to minor in Architectural Studies by completing and turning in an intent form to the architecture undergraduate advisor in the College of Architecture, Design, and the Arts Office of Student Affairs.
Minimum GPA Requirement
Students must earn a minimum GPA of 2.00/4.00 in minor course work to earn the minor.
All of the courses are currently offered by and would need to be completed at the School of Architecture.