2019-2020 Catalog Summer Update [Archived]

Architecture, AS

Architecture is the study of the design of buildings, communities, and open areas. The bachelor’s degree prepares students for future work in a myriad of areas. After graduating, some students choose to pursue graduate studies in a professional Master of Architecture program in order to prepare for architectural licensure. Some pursue graduate study in related fields, including landscape architecture, engineering, art, construction, urban planning, urban design, or historic preservation.

This is a sample transfer guide; consult with a counselor or pathway advisor to develop your degree plan.

Associate of Science

Required Courses

Course NumberTitleCredits
CHM 120General Chemistry I

4

EDMT 130Tech Drawing w/AutoCAD

4

or

EDMT 135AutoCAD

3

ENG 110College Writing I

3

ENG 111College Writing II: Literature

3

MATH 156Precalculus/Trigonometry

5

MATH 160Calculus 1 & Analytic Geometry

5

PHY 111College Physics I

4

or

PHY 221Engineering Physics I

5

PHY 112College Physics II

4

or

PHY 222Engineering Physics II

5

Humanities

6

Political Science

3

Social Science

6

Wellness/Physical Education

2

ART Elective Courses

6

Elective Courses

8

Total Credit Hours: 62

Transfer Notes: This degree program is designed to be a transfer option for bachelor’s degree in architecture. There are many options available for further graduate study upon completion of the bachelor’s degree, including landscape architecture, urban planning, urban design, or historic preservation. Admission to the bachelor’s degree program is competitive and may require any of the following: quality of previous academic education, evidence of professional commitment and/or statement of purpose, employment record, letters of recommendation, and portfolio review.