2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog 
    Apr 13, 2024  
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Architecture, BA

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The Architecture major creates a rich academic environment marked by the confluence of advanced practice, contemporary theory, and social engagement. Our primary goal is to help students develop the capacity and judgment necessary to understand the built environment and generate architecture as a critical response, so that each student can engage both the discipline of architecture and the multiple discourses - artistic, technological, social, political, environmental, economic, spiritual - necessary to be a successful practitioner and a conscientious citizen with a Biblical worldview.

The Bachelor of Arts in Architecture at CBU is intended as a degree that will allow a student to proceed onto graduate studies, or into the workforce, in architecture or another discipline. It is not designed to be an accredited, professional degree and therefore does not satisfy the qualifications for licensure as an architect in most states in the U.S.

Traditional Major Program Requirements (90-105 units)

Optional Concentration Courses (12-15 units)

Students have the option of completing a concentration in one of the following: Architectural Representation; Construction Management; Human Factors in Design; Religion and the Built Environment

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