This concentration explores architecture as a discipline, a skill, and a means to positively change our world. Your Architecture courses will prepare you for a master’s program in related fields, such as community planning, construction, real estate and ecology.
- VART 1101 — Urbanism
- THEA 1151 — Drawing: Architecture and Stage
- VART 1160 — Architectural Language
- VART 1161 — Form and Space
- VART 2050 — Designing the City
- VART 2051 — Intro to Urban Design Analysis
- VART 2055 — Environmental Design
- VART 2085 — Sustainable New York
- VART 3055 — Ecology for Designers
- VART 3056 — Urban Environmental Design
- VART 3070 — Architectural Design*
- ARHI 3540 — Seminar: Contemporary Architecture
- VART 4090 — Senior Project: Architectural Design
- VART 4600 — Senior Seminar in Studio Art
- VART 4999 — Tutorial: Visual Arts
- ARHI 2540 — Modern Architecture
- THEA 2230 — Costume Design
- THEA 2232 — Advanced Drafting
- THEA 2251 — Model Making
- THEA 2252 — Model Making II
- THEA 3372 — Lighting Design
- THEA 3373 — Lighting Design II
- THEA 3980 — Set Design
- THEA 4511 — Design Production Workshop I
- VART 4090 — Senior Project, Architecture
- VART 4540 — Contemporary Design Practices
Architectural Design is the primary studio course for pre-architecture students and may be taken up to four times, with different assignments.
Students of architecture will be encouraged to register for Theatre design courses and learn set construction in the Fordham Theatre Company's scene shop.
Fordhamopolis is a classroom-based, undergraduate student-driven initiative directed by Professor Dickson Despommier in VART 3055 — Ecology for Designers. An urban center of 100,000 people is described, employing technologies that enable the city to function without encroaching on the surrounding natural landscape.