The four-year, pre-professional Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies (BSAS) degree program, with an optional architectural history track, is an excellent platform for future graduate studies in architecture and associated fields. The required coursework is concentrated in the first three years, leaving the fourth year to develop the student’s career interests.
The Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies alone does not fulfill the educational requirements for registration as an architect. Students interested in pursuing registration must complete a first-professional degree in architecture.
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ARCHITECTURAL STUDIES / ARCHITECTURE HISTORY TRACK
Students in the Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies may also follow an architectural history track. This degree option requires students to take 18 of their 20 hours of electives in architectural history. Up to 6 hours of related UT coursework, approved by the program director, may be taken to fulfill the elective requirement.
A total of at least 125 hours of coursework is required for the Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies. All students must complete the University's Core Curriculum as well as degree-specific courses. In some cases, a course that is required for the BSAS may also be counted toward the core curriculum.
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