Minor in Architectural Studies
A Minor in Architectural Studies is comprised of 15 credit hours, including ArchSt1600 Fundamentals of Environmental Design and selection of additional coursework from the list below. Application form can be found here.
|Minor core requirements||3|
|ARCHST 1600||Fundamentals of Environmental Design||3|
|Select from the following:|
|ARCHST 1100||Visual Design||3|
|ARCHST 1200||Architectural Drafting and Working Drawings||3|
|ARCHST 2100||Understanding Architecture and the American City||3|
|ARCHST 2220||Introduction to CAD||3|
|ARCHST 2310||Building Systems||3|
|ARCHST 2315||Introduction to Building Systems Laboratory||1|
|ARCHST 2316||Advanced Building Systems Lab||2|
|ARCHST 2323||Sustainable Building Design Fundamentals (available Spring 2017)||3|
|ARCHST 2620||People, Places and Design||3|
|ARCHST 3100||Color and Light||3|
|ARCHST 4320||Materials, Methods and Products||3|
|ARCHST 3860||Human Factors Programming||3|
|ARCHST 4323||Sustainable Technologies and Systems||3|
|ARCHST 4430||Guiding Design with Historic Preservation||3|
|ARCHST 4435||History of the Designed Environment to 1750||3|
|ARCHST 4440||Design Precedents: Architecture, Interiors and Furniture since the Industrial Revolution||3|
|ARCHST 4630||Shaping Human Settlements||3|
|ARCHST 4700||Place-Making in Community Design||3|
|ARCHST 4961||Design Research and Service Design||3|
|ARCHST 4962||Information Visualization and Visual Analytics||3|
|ARCHST 4963||Human Factors Research for Design||3|
|ARCHST 4964||Design Thinking and Creative Process||3|
For exceptional students, with consent of instructor and department approval, additional course work in the department may be selected.
Online Minor in Architectural Studies
Complete the Apply for HES Minor form. See Online Study and Degrees in Architectural Studies for a listing of online courses currently open for registration. Required ARCHST 1600 may be substituted with ARCHST 2620 for MizzouOnline students.
Online and Resident General Education Courses
Courses meeting MU General Education requirements (e.g., Humanities, Behavioral Science, and Social Science) are indicated.