Program

Bachelor of Science in Architecture

 

Requirements for the B.S. in Architecture | 72 cr

Architectural Studies - History + Theory Courses | 7 x 3 credits             

HAA 0040                Introduction to Western Architecture   

HAA 0480                Modern Architecture  

HAA 0940                Approaches to the Built Environment

HAA 1040                Architecture: Image, Text, Theory

HAA 1900                Architectural Studies Internship  

+ 2 HAA courses in architectural history (6 credits)

Architectural Studies - Design Studios | 5 x 6 credits  

HAA 1913                Foundation Studio 1   

HAA 1916                Design Studio 1       

HAA 1917                Design Studio 2 

HAA 1918                Design Studio 3    

HAA 1919                Design Studio 4      

Architectural Studies - Digital Media Courses | 2 x 3 credits 

HAA 1912                Architecture + Digital Media 1          

HAA 1914                Architecture + Digital Media 2

Studio Arts Requirements | 2 x 3 credits

                                                             

SA 0130                  Foundation Drawing               

SA 0140                  Foundation Sculpture    

Physics Requirement | 1 x 3 credits 

                                                           

PHYS 0110 [or]        Introduction to Physics 1       

PHYS 0174 [or]

CMU | 48-116          Building Physics

CMU Courses in Building Science | * | 2 x 3 credits    

CMU | 48-215         Materials & Assembly [2nd yr spring]    

CMU | 48-351         Human Factors [2nd yr spring]       

CMU | 48-324         Statics & Structures [3rd yr fall]        

CMU | 48-315         Environment 1 [3rd yr fall]       

* Students at the University of Pittsburgh may enroll in one course at Carnegie Mellon University per semester at no additional cost through PCHE (the Pittsburgh Council on Higher Education). In order to maintain full-time status, Pitt students must be enrolled in a minimum of 12 credits at the University of Pittsburgh during the semesters they are taking courses at CMU. CMU course credits DO NOT count when determining if a student is registered for full time status at Pitt.

For additional information about cross registration please see here: http://www.registrar.pitt.edu/cross_registration.html