May 17, 2022  
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog

Architecture, B.Arch.


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Colleges  > Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture and Design  > Architecture, B.A. Arch

The program for the Bachelor of Architecture degree (first professional degree) is a five-year curriculum of at least 160 credit hours. The focus of the curriculum is preparation for professional practice in architecture and emphasizes sustainability, critical thinking, research and technology. The curriculum is divided into four segments: Foundation; Intermediate; Comprehensive Design; and Professional.

The curriculum includes at least 100 semester credit hours of architecture courses, 61 of which are advanced (3000 level or higher), the university required core courses, 1 approved general elective, and 15 semester credit hours of general elective courses.

Foundation


Intermediate


Spring Semester


Total 17


Fall Semester


Total 16


Spring Semester


Total 17


Comprehensive Design


Fall Semester


Total 14


Professional


Spring Semester


Total 15


Fall Semester


Total 14


Spring Semester


Total 17


Note:


The Bachelor of Architecture requires a successful review of work after the 3rd semester and the 6th semester for advancement in the degree.

The Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design requires a successful review of work after the 3rd semester for advancement in the degree.

The Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design requires a successful review of work after the 4th semester for advancement in the degree.

College Website URL for Degree Information

http://www.uh.edu/architecture/programs/undergraduate-programs/architecture/

Faculty Contact

Meg Jackson, Instructional Assistant Professor & Foundation Level Coordinator

mhjackson@uh.edu

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