Minors

Minors are an excellent way to supplement your academic studies, explore an interest or passion, deepen your knowledge base, and develop a distinctive set of tools that can help you define a tangible career path. At CAMD, we actively seek ways to break the traditional, discipline-specific relationship between minors and majors. Every year, we create new minors that are strategically designed to cultivate complementary and interdisciplinary skill sets—so you can forge your own path.

The four-course minor introduces students to the study of architectural history, paying particular attention to the relationship between buildings and their larger urban, cultural, economic, and social environments.

 

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The minor in Urban Landscape Studies has two tracks, one for architecture majors and a second for students from other disciplines. The minor introduces fundamental design and management of sustainable urban environments, as well as an overview of historic and contemporary issues in urban landscape.

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