Minor in Architectural History and Theory
Open to all WashU students, the Architectural History and Theory minor explores the broader cultural context of the discipline of architecture. This 18-unit course of study focuses on historical and contemporary issues in architecture around the world.
Possible electives include Concepts and Principles of Architecture, History of Landscape Architecture, and Rethinking Renaissance Visual Culture (part of the Florence summer program).
The 2020-21 series featured panel discussions that bring together participants from the past ten years of DISCUSSIONS series lectures.