History of Architecture and the Built Environment - Minor

Program Requirements and Description

The Minor in the History of Architecture and the Built Environment is composed of a series of established courses taught in the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture (APLA) and the Departments of History and Art History. The Minor is mainly housed in APLA, with the History Department as a primary partner. As a unique program to both the state and larger region, the Minor will offer students the opportunity to study the history of the built environment within a National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) accredited School of Architecture.

The Minor requires a minimum of 15 credit hours above the core requirement. There are two paths for the Minor and both paths require at least 12 hours at the 3000-level or above. Students will be instructed to make an appointment with the department advisor to discuss or complete the Minor.

Path A is for students outside of APLA:
ARCH 2110History of World Architecture I3
ARCH 3110History of World Architecture II3
ARCH 3120History of Modern Architecture3
or ARCH 4110 History of Urban Architecture
ARTS or HIST 3000+ elective3
ARCH 3000+ approved elective (e.g. ARCH 3700 Seminar in History & Theory or ARCH 4900)3
Total Hours15


 

Path B is for students within APLA’s Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch) program. Students within the B.Arch are already required to take ARCH 2110, ARCH 3110, ARCH 3120, ARCH 3700, and ARCH 4110. Therefore, the B.Arch students will need to complete the following courses to satisfy the requirements for the Minor:
ARTS 1610Introduction to Art History3
ARTS 3000+ elective3
HIST 3000+ elective3
CADC 3000, approved elective within Architecture, Landscape Architecture, or Building Science3
ARCH 4900 Directed studies or similar integrative capstone project3
Total Hours15


All required hours for the Minor must be completed at Auburn.