The Associate of Arts degree in Architecture prepares students with essential architectural design problem-solving techniques and skills, and explores how the technical and aesthetic aspects of architectural design affect a diversity of populations in a variety of contexts. Upon completion of this degree, students wishing to pursue a career in this discipline should expect to either complete their architectural training at another university or complete a bachelor’s at ACU in a related major such as interior design, engineering physics or three-dimensional studio art. Most graduate-level architecture programs will also require some leveling work prior to acceptance.
Bachelor of Science (BS) in Interior Design - trains students for careers as interior designers for both residential and commercial environments
Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Three-Dimensional Studio Art - trains students for careers as studio artists in 3-D arts such as sculpture, ceramics, jewelry and metalworking
Bachelor of Science (BS) in Engineering Physics - prepares students for graduate-level work in engineering
Interior Design Minor - leads students in aesthetic, practical and creative problem solving related to the built environment