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Minor in Architectural Studies

The Minor in Architectural Studies is a sixteen-hour sequence of five architecture lecture and seminar courses that provides an understanding of the history of ideas and cultural invention through study of architecture and related design practices.

A student who has completed ARCH 200, a course that is open to all UIC undergraduates, with a grade of C or better can declare their intent to minor in Architectural Studies by turning in an intent form to the undergraduate architecture advisor in the CADA Office of Student Affairs.