From towering skyscrapers to one-story ranch homes, architects plan and design structures of all shapes and sizes.
ACU’s Associate of Arts degree in architecture prepares you with essential design problem-solving techniques and skills, and explores how the technical and aesthetic aspects of architectural design affect a diversity of populations in a variety of contexts.
After earning the A.A., you may wish to complete your architectural training at another university or complete a bachelor’s at ACU in a related major such as interior design, engineering physics or three-dimensional studio art. Most graduate-level architecture programs will require some leveling work prior to acceptance.
|Credit hours||University Requirements: 35 credit hours
+ Major Requirements: 34 credit hours
+ Electives: 0 credit hours
= Total Required: 69 credit hours*
*Based on track selection
|Department||Art and Design
|School/College||College of Arts and Sciences
You’ll take courses such as:
By design, much of what art and design students do in the classroom is hands-on. Other real-world opportunities are found in student organizations and co-curriculars including: