2. School of Architecture

 

Notes

1. Other courses that fulfill the legislative requirement for American history may be counted toward this requirement; these courses are identified in the Course Schedule.

2. Students in this dual degree program may not receive credit for sections of Architecture 560T offered by the professional residency program; these sections are identified in the Course Schedule.

3. In addition to Rhetoric and Composition 306 and English 316K, students must include in their required or elective coursework two courses certified as having a substantial writing component. One course must be upper-division. Courses with a substantial writing component are identified in the Course Schedule.

4. Other courses that fulfill the legislative requirement for American history may be counted toward this requirement; these courses are identified in the Course Schedule.

5. In addition to English 603 or Tutorial Course 603, students must include two courses certified as having a substantial writing component in their required or elective coursework. One course must be upper-division. Courses with a substantial writing component are identified in the Course Schedule; Tutorial Course 357 and Philosophy 610Q are generally certified.

6. Other courses that fulfill the legislative requirement for American history may be counted toward this requirement; these courses are identified in the Course Schedule.

7. A student must complete at least 191 semester hours (24 hours beyond the total of 167 required for the Bachelor of Architecture degree) to earn both degrees. Those who fulfill the foreign language requirement by completing fewer than sixteen semester hours must take additional elective coursework to achieve the minimum required total.

8. Other courses that fulfill the legislative requirement for American history may be counted toward this requirement; these courses are identified in the Course Schedule.

9. Foreign language courses that are used to remove an admission deficiency may not be used to fulfill this requirement and may not be counted toward the degree.

10. Other courses that fulfill the legislative requirement for American history may be counted toward this requirement; these courses are identified in the Course Schedule.

11. Art History 303 may be counted toward only one of these requirements.