Architectural Fabrication and Product Design
The minor in architectural fabrication and product design provides insight to the professional tools and techniques that strengthen a career in design. Students gain an understanding of terminology, history, prototyping and best industry practices.
Architectural Heritage Conservation
The minor in architectural heritage and conservation emphasizes the importance of sustainability within the built environment. Guided by historical and cultural perspectives, students learn about the significance and implementation of efforts to protect urban areas.
Art and Architectural History
The minor in art and architectural history provides a global approach to understanding the influences that shape our visual and built environments. Students gain an understanding of how diverse cultures, traditions and innovations left their aesthetic mark on the world.
The minor in facility management prepares students to support the public and the spaces they occupy. Students learn how to integrate people, places and technology to maintain facility sustainability and functionality.
Leadership in the Design and Construction Professions
The minor in leadership in the design and construction professions develops students’ leadership skills through introspection and understanding. Multidisciplinary coursework encourages students to grow as professionals in the construction industry and beyond.
Sustainable Architecture and Planning
The minor in sustainable architecture and planning focuses on the importance of responsible design and development in the urban environment. Students learn how to address the complex issues facing historical architecture, energy resources and human interaction.
The minor in urban planning addresses the increasingly complex relationship between people, places and the natural environment. Students learn how to plan and develop healthy, sustainable and functional spaces for communities.