Curriculum in Architecture/Interior Architecture (Summer Design)

ENGL 1100 English Composition I3ENGL 1120 English Composition II3ARCH 1010 Introduction to Architecture Design95
HIST 1010 World History I (Core Social Science)23HIST 1020 World History II (Core Social Science)23ARCH 1020 Introduction to Architecture Design II95
MATH 1150 Pre-Calculus Algebra and Trigonometry or 1610 Calculus I4PHYS 1500 General Physics I64ARCH 1060 Visual Communication92
Core Fine Arts (Humanities) 13Core Social Science43ARCH 1420 Introduction to Digital Media92
ARCH 1000 Careers in Design and Construction1 To qualify for summer design, students must meet the following 5 criteria: a minimum of 27 credit hours of university credit, succcessful completion of ARCH 1000, MATH 1150 Pre-CalAlgebra & Trig OR MATH 1610 Caluculus 1, and PHYS 1500 General Physics I (Trig. based) and a minimum 2.80 GPA. Students who meet all but the GPA requirement may be considered for acceptance to the Summer Design sequence if space is available in the program 
 14 13 14
ARCH 2210 Environmental Controls I3BSCI 2400 Structure of Buildings3
ARCH 2010 Studio I7,86ARCH 2020 Studio II7,86
ARCH 2110 History of World Architecture I3ARCH 4320 Materials and Methods of Construction II3
ARCH 3320 Materials and Methods of Construction I3ARCH 3110 History of World Architecture II3
 To proceed to the beginning sequence of a design studio at third, fourth and fifth year levels, students must have completed all courses prior to that level or have the approval of the Academic Review Committee. [reference CADC Auburn University Bulletin entry] 
 15 15
BSCI 3400 Structures II3ARCH Seminar3
Core Literature (Humanities) 23ARCH 3020 Studio IV6
ARIA 2150 Elements of Interior Arch I3ARCH 3410 Dessein Electives3
ARIA 3020 Studio 4A Interior Architecture6ABROAD & Rural Studio -- Optional  
ABROAD & Rural Studio -- Optional  
 15 12
BSCI 3450 Structures III (concrete)3Core Humanities53ARIA 4030 Interior Architecture Thesis6
ARCH 2220 Environmental Controls II2ARCH 3120 History of Modern Architecture3ARIA 4080 Interior Architecture Thesis Research2
ARCH 3700 Seminar in History and Theory3ARIA 4020 Studio 6A Interior Architecture6ARIA 4450 Interior Architecture Professional Practice2
ARCH 4010 Studio V6ARCH 4500 Professional Practice3ARIA 4680 History and Theory of Interior Architecture3
ARCH 4110 History of Urban Architecture3ARIA 2160 Elements of Interior Architecture II3 
 17 18 13
Fifth Year
PHYS 1510 General Physics II64Core Social Science43
ARCH 5010 Studio VII6ARCH 5020 Thesis Studio7
ARCH 5990 Introduction to Thesis Research2ARCH 5991 Thesis Research1
Urban Studio & Rural Studio -- Optional, by application Core Humanities (Philosophy)33
 UNIV 4AA0 University Graduation0
 Urban Studio & Rural Studio -- Optional, by application  
 12 14
Total Hours: 172

 ARCH students may not take ARCH 2600 for Fine Arts credit


For Core students must complete one approved sequence, either in Literature or History;
ARCH/ARIA require a History sequence and one Literature course.


Satisfies SLO 3 (PHIL 1100, PHIL 1010, PHIL 1020, PHIL 1030, PHIL 1040, PHIL 1050, PHIL 1060, PHIL 1070, PHIL 1080, PHIL 1090 or comparable Honors course or HONR 1007, HONR 1017)


Any Core Social Science course may be selected. See the 2012-13 Bulletin or an advisor
for a list of approved choices


Any Core Humanities course may be selected. See the 2012-13 Bulletin or an advisor
for a list of approved choices


Students must complete a sequence of Science courses


Satisfies SLO7, Oral Communication