Pre-Architecture

Build, create, explore, become 

The following sequence is designed for the student who plans to transfer to a standard Bachelor of Architecture program in the junior year. It includes the Rome program. The student who plans to complete an undergraduate major at UD also is advised to include these courses. Most students interested in architecture complete the B.A. in art at UD and enter an MFA program in architecture.

YEAR I

Fall   Spring  
Art 1311, Hist. of Art and Arch. I 3 Art 2312, Hist. of Art and Arch. II 3
Art 1203, Basic Drawing I 2 Art 1204, Basic Drawing II 2
Art 2219, 2-D Design 2 Art 2220, 3-D Design 2
Mathematics 1404 4 Mathematics 1411 4
English 1301 3 English 1302 3
Physics 2311, 2111 4 Physics 2312, 2112 4
Total Credits 18 Total Credits 18

YEAR II

Fall   Spring  
Art 2311 3 English 2312 3
English 2311 3 Economics 1311 3
History 2301 3 Art Elective (Sculpture) 3
Philosophy 1301 3 Computer Science 4
Theology 2311 3 Art Gallery Practicum 1
    Elective 3
Total Credits 15 Total Credits 17

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