Architecture Building 235
Minimum Degree Hours: 122
Minimum Major Hours: 56
The undergraduate program in architectural studies is a preprofessional degree in architecture that provides an academic foundation from which an individual might develop a career in one of the many aspects of the building industry. For those seeking advanced work on the graduate level, it also provides a thorough preparation for the professionally accredited Master of Architecture degree programs.
Students who wish to major in architectural studies should first meet with the departmental admissions advisor to receive an orientation to the major.
Pre Architecture courses must have a grade of C- or better.
Third and Fourth year courses must be done at UofU unless approved by department.
Course work 10 years old may not be accepted toward a degree
A grade of B or better in major courses indicates a foundation for future graduate work.
Honors in Architectural Studies
Students seeking an HBS in Architectural Studies must complete:
Please note: Students entering the Architecture major after Spring of 2017 should refer to the Design Foundations program requirements outlined in the information for the College of Architecture + Planning.