The minor in Architectural Engineering opens opportunities for students across the University who are interested in a unique and multi-disciplinary approach to the built environment. For engineering students, this minor offers an opportunity to work in the built environment and to better understand architecture, while for architecture students this is an opportunity to acquire the technical knowledge of a course of study in an engineering minor.
A total of 20 semester hours (SH) are required to complete this minor. Students will be required to complete 8 SH of required courses and 12 SH of approved electives courses from several colleges and departments at the university. Students interested in this minor must contact the civil engineering academic advisor in order to declare the minor.
- Audience: This minor in Architectural Engineering is designed for any major and is open to any undergraduate student at the university.
- Double count no more than 2 courses with any major or graduate degree requirement, other than general electives.
Complete all courses listed below unless otherwise indicated. Also complete any corequisite labs and recitations courses where specified.
and CIVE 2222
|Statics and Strength of Materials|
and Recitation for CIVE 2221
and ARCH 5211
and Recitation for ARCH 5210
|Complete one of the following:||4 SH|
and ARCH 2331
|Architecture, Modernity, and the City, 1800 to 1910|
and Recitation for ARCH 2330
and ARCH 2341
|Architecture, Modernity, and the City, 1910 to 1980|
and Recitation for ARCH 2340
|ARCH 2550||Real Estate Development and Design|
|LARC 2130||Sustainable Urban Site Design|
|LARC 2140||Designed Urban Ecologies|
|Complete one or two of the following:||8 SH|
and CIVE 2321
|Structural Analysis 1|
and Recitation for CIVE 2320
|CIVE 2324||Reinforced Concrete Design|
|CIVE 3425||Steel Design|
|CIVE 5522||Structural Analysis 2|
|CIVE 5699||Special Topics in Civil Engineering|
|SBSY 5100||Sustainable Design and Technologies in Construction|
|SBSY 5200||Sustainable Engineering Systems for Buildings|
|SBSY 5300||Information Systems for Integrated Project Delivery|
|If only one course was taken above, complete one course from the following:|
|GE 3300||Energy Systems: Science, Technology, and Sustainability|
and CIVE 2341
and Lab for CIVE 2340
|CIVE 4542||Foundation Engineering|
|CIVE 5275||Life Cycle Assessment of Materials, Products, and Infrastructure|
2.000 GPA required in the minor
For general information about the minor contact:
Hydrologic and hydraulic modeling; remote sensing of the hydrologic cycle; hydrologic impacts of climate and/or land use change; flood hazard and risk assessment