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Electives

The Bachelor of Architecture Program currently provides the students with a diversity of options for pursuing special interest.  Fifteen credit hours are required for electives by advisement, and 5 credit hours are free electives.

Minimum Credit Distribution

Elective Courses with Architectural Content 
(all architecture elective courses are not offered every academic year)

Course

No.

Cr.

Introduction to Computer Application

ARCH 218

2

Graphic Presentation I:

ARCH 121

2

Theory of Architecture

ARCH 310

3

History of City Planning

ARCH 311

3

Computer Applications II

ARCH 320

3

Computer Applications III

ARCH 321

3

Architectural Programming

ARCH 329

3

Building Analysis

ARCH 330

3

Housing

ARCH 410

3

Human Behavior and Design

ARCH 411

3

Construction Studio III

ARCH 412

3

Construction Management

ARCH 413

3

Principles of City Planning

ARCH 414

3

Site Planning and Landscape Architecture

ARCH 418

3

Advanced Representation

ARCH 419

3

Building Economics and Design Cost Control

ARCH 426

3

Project Feasibility Analysis

ARCH 427

3

Interior Design

ARCH 428

3

Advanced Structures

ARCH 432

3

Construction Law

ARCH 442

3

Independent Study

ARCH 450

3

Building Law, Codes and Zoning

ARCH 461

3

Professional Licensing Examinations Seminar

ARCH 464

3


Elective Courses with Other than Architectural Content
Students may develop concentration in areas of interest that may include the following:

  • Business Political Science
  • Engineering Sociology
  • Fine Arts Urban Forestry
  • Geography     
  • Speech and Theatre


Minimum Credit Distribution

Business Courses

No.

Cr.

Principles of Economics I

ECON 200

3

Principles of Economics

ECON 205

3

Principles of Economics II

ECON 210

3

Principles of Management

MGMT 300

3

Principles of Marketing

MKTG 300

3

 

 

 

Engineering Courses

No.

Cr.

Surveying

CIEN 201

3

Construction Materials Lab

CIEN 327

3

Intro. to Construction Engineering & Management

CIEN 478

3

 

 

 

Fine Arts Courses

No.

Cr.

Design

ARTS 110

3

Design

ARTS 111

3

Survey of World Art

ARTS 210

3

Print Making

ARTS 222

3

Sculpture

ARTS 310

3

Commercial Art           

ARTS 320

3

Ceramics

ARTS 330

3

Oil Painting

ARTS 370

3

African American Art

ARTS 440

3

Drawing

ARTS 450

3

 

 

 

Geography Courses

No.

Cr.

Map and Geographic Media

GEOG 200

3

Economic Geography

GEOG 320

3

The Black Neighborhood

GEOG 437

3

Population Geography

GEOG 457

3

 

 

 

Political Science Courses

No.

Cr.

Public Administration

POLS 320

3

Urban Politics

POLS 404

3

 

Sociology Courses

No.

Cr.

Introduction to Population and Human Ecology

SOCL 324

3

Cultural Anthropology

SOCL 328

3

Community Organization

SOCL 386

3

The Urban Community

SOCL 428

3

 

Urban Forestry Courses

No.

Cr.

Urban Forestry

UFOR 151

3

Environmental Science

UFOR 271

3

Forest Science

UFOR 333

3

Plant Health Care

UFOR 371

3

Urban Forestry Ecology

UFOR 391

3

Landscape Design Studio

UFOR 432

3

Urban Forest Management

UFOR 455

3

Urban Recreation and Park Administration

UFOR 466

3

Urban Tree

UFOR 777

3

 

 

 

Speech and Theatre Courses

No.

Cr.

Techniques of Speech

SPTH 210

3

Business and Professional Communication

SPTH 310

3