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COLLEGE SEARCH BOARD

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MY REASONS ARE
BERKELEY
PRICE
COLLEGE CAMPUS
ACADEMICS
DREXEL
WHY ARCHITECTURE?
TOP CHOICES
Location:Berkeley, CA
Undergrads:25,018
Tuition (in-state):$35,752 ($12,874)
Admission Difficulty:Very Hard

The Department of Architecture offers an undergraduate minor in architecture for landscape architecture, urban studies, and civil and environmental engineering majors only. The purpose of this minor is to introduce students to the conceptual, technical, and design aspects of architecture.

HOUSING $12,000


THE SCHOOLS I HAVE CONSIDERED AMONG MY FAVORITES
COLLEGE SEARCH BOARD
LOCATION
SIZE
TRADITION
ORIENTATION
I LIKE DESIGN
I LIKE CONSTRUCTION
ID LIKE TO KEEP DOING WHAT MY FATHER DOES BUT FROM A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE
I BELIVE IT IS ONE OF MY STRENGTHS
I LIKE 3D MODELING
AS A KID I LOVED GOING TO CONSTRUCTION SITES
I BELIVE ARCHITECTURE TO BE A COMBINATION OF DESIGN AND CRAFTSMANSHIP
I WANT TO BE ABLE TO INNOVETE BUT WITHOUT BEING AGRESIVE
I BELIVE IN CREATING SPACE AS A WAY TO CREATE AN ENVIRONMENTE
I LIKE IT.
MAJOR IN ARCHITECTURE: HISTORY, THEORY & CRITICISM CONCENTRATION
Sophomore Year Fall Course Units
ARCH 201 Visualization I 1
ARTH 106 1

Spring
ARCH 202 Visualization II 1
ARTH 102 1

Junior Year Fall
ARCH 301 Design Fundamentals I 2
ARTH* 1

Spring
ARCH 302 Design Fundamentals II 2
ARTH* 1

Senior Year Fall
ARCH 411 Theory I 1
ARTH 301 Undergraduate Seminar 1
1
Spring
ARCH 412 Theory II 1
ARTH 398 Senior Thesis 1
SYLLABUS
Location:Philadelphia
PA Undergrads:10,324
Tuition:$43,738
Admission: DifficultyVery Hard
Founded: 1740
Coed: Yes
Control: Private Non-Profit
Setting: Large city
"Philadelphia is underrated, and while I still have a lot left of the city to explore, from what I have seen it is vibrant, historical, and proffers many activities for college students."
PHILADELPHIA

Common Application
Penn Writing Supplement
SAT and two SAT Subject Tests OR ACT Plus Writing
SAT: Penn's code is 2926.
ACT: Penn's code is 3732.
All official secondary school transcripts
Two Academic Teacher Evaluations
School Report and Counselor Letter
Midyear Report
AMERICAS BEST ARCHITECTURAL SCHOOLS
1.Harvard University
2. Columbia University
3. Yale University
4. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
5. Cornell University
6. Southern California Institute of Architecture
7. University of Virginia
7. University of California, Berkeley
9. Washington University in St. Louis
10. University of Cincinnati
Location:Philadelphia
PA Undergrads: 13,072
Tuition:$36,090
Admission Difficulty:Easy
Founded: 1891
Coed: Yes
Control: Private Non-Profit
Setting: Large city
Academic Calendar: Quarter
Architecture

Sample Plan of Study (2 + 4) Option



Freshman
Term 1 Credits
ARCH 101 Studio 1-A 4.5
ARCH 131 Architectural Representation I-Drawing Basics 3.0
ENGL 101 Composition and Rhetoric I: Inquiry and Exploratory Research 3.0
MATH 101 Introduction to Analysis I 4.0
UNIV A101 The Drexel Experience 1.0
Term Credits 15.5
Term 2
ARCH 102 Studio 1-B 4.5
ARCH 132 Architectural Representation II-Drawing 3.0
ENGL 102 Composition and Rhetoric II: The Craft of Persuasion 3.0
MATH 102 Introduction to Analysis II 4.0
UNIV A101 The Drexel Experience 1.0
Term Credits 15.5
Term 3
ARCH 103 Studio 2-A 4.5
ARCH 133 Architectural Representation III-Digital 4.0
ENGL 103 Composition and Rhetoric III: Thematic Analysis Across Genres 3.0
Humanities elective 3.0
Free elective 3.0
Term Credits 17.5
Sophomore
Term 4
ARCH 104* Studio 2-B 4.5
ARCH 141 Architecture and Society I 3.0
ARCH 161 Architectural Construction 3.0
PHYS 103 General Physics I 4.0
Free elective 3.0
Term Credits 17.5
Term 5
ARCH 105 Studio 3-A 4.5
ARCH 134 Architectural Representation IV-3D Modeling 4.0
ARCH 142 Architecture and Society II 3.0
PHYS 104 General Physics II 4.0
Free elective 3.0
Term Credits 18.5
Term 6
ARCH 106 Studio 3-B 4.5
ARCH 143 Architecture and Society III 3.0
Social science elective 3.0
Free electives 6.0
Term Credits 16.5
Third Year (Part-Time)
Term 7
ARCH 241* Studio 4-1 4.0
ARCH 271 Materials & Structural Behavior I 3.0
Term Credits 7.0
Term 8
ARCH 242 Studio 4-2 4.0
ARCH 272 Materials & Structural Behavior II 3.0
Term Credits 7.0
Term 9
ARCH 243 Studio 4-3 4.0
ARCH 273 Materials & Structural Behavior III 3.0
Term Credits 7.0
Term 10
Summer Quarter
History/Theory elective 3.0
Humanities elective 3.0
Professional elective 3.0
Term Credits 9.0
Fourth Year (Part-Time)
Term 11
ARCH 351* Studio 5-1 4.0
ARCH 261 Environmental Systems I 3.0
Term Credits 7.0
Term 12
ARCH 352 Studio 5-2 4.0
ARCH 262 Environmental Systems II 3.0
Term Credits 7.0
Term 13
ARCH 353 Studio 5-3 4.0
ARCH 263 Environmental Systems III 3.0
Term Credits 7.0
Term 14
Summer Quarter
Two History/Theory electives 6.0
Social science elective 3.0
Term Credits 9.0
Fifth Year (Part-Time)
Term 15
ARCH 361* Studio 6-1 4.0
ARCH 335 Professional Practice I 3.0
Free elective 3.0
Term Credits 10.0
Term 16
ARCH 362 Studio 6-2 4.0
ARCH 336 Professional Practice II 3.0
Social science elective 3.0
Term Credits 10.0
Term 17
ARCH 363 Studio 6-3 4.0
PHIL 317 Ethics and Design Professions 3.0
Term Credits 7.0
Term 18
Summer Quarter
Professional elective 3.0
Free elective 3.0
Term Credits 6.0
Sixth Year (Part-Time)
Term 19
ARCH 496* Thesis I 8.0
History/Theory elective 3.0
Term Credits 11.0
Term 20
ARCH 497 Thesis II 8.0
Professional elective 3.0
Term Credits 11.0
Term 21
ARCH 498 Thesis III 8.0
Professional elective 3.0
Term Credits 11.0
Total Credit: 227.0

REQUIRED COURSES
All upper-division courses must be completed with a letter grade of C- or better.
ARCH 100A (6) Fundamentals of Architectural Design
ARCH 100B (6) Fundamentals of Architectural Design
ARCH 170A (4) Historical Surveys of Architecture and Urbanism
ARCH 170B (4) Historical Surveys of Architecture and Urbanism
One course from the following:
ARCH 110AC (4) Social and Cultural Factors in Design
ARCH 120 (3) Practice of Architecture
ARCH 130 (3) Design Theories and Methods
ARCH 140 (4) Building Environments
ARCH 150 (4) Structures
ARCH 160 (4) Construction and Materials
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