You need to register for the following course during fall term 2017 (if not already taken):
Other fall term course options include:
Students interested in pursuing the B.S. degree in Architecture will need to complete:
Allow approximately two weeks after you have received your admission email to be assigned to your academic advisor. Your advisor's name will appear on your APAS report. After you have been assigned to your academic advisor you can schedule an advising appointment.
Note: Advisors do not make their own appointments. To schedule an advising appointment, please call 612-626-3690 or stop by 107 Rapson Hall.
You are required to have an advising appointment with your CDes academic advisor prior to registering for spring classes in November. You may fulfill this requirement by meeting with your advisor at any point during fall term.
The College of Design provides hardware and software information for architecture students.
We highly encourage students to consider spending a semester abroad in their junior or senior year or participating in a shorter excursion during any summer, winter or spring break. Exposure to other cultures is a critical component of every architect student's education.
Students interested in a study abroad experience should work closely with their academic adviser and the U of M Learning Abroad Center to learn about their options and outline their course of study. Careful program and course planning will help you stay on track for timely graduation.
Consider joining a CDes or U of M student organization. Popular options for architecture students include:
Architecture is a demanding major. It requires a serious time commitment for success. Although we recognize that many students need to work to finance their undergraduate education, the architecture faculty strongly recommend that you work no more than 10 hours per week. Maintaining a high GPA is critical for acceptance to a graduate or professional program. (Note: A professional degree is required for licensure as an architect.)