Upon admission to the Architecture Minor, it is strongly recommended that students complete the Architecture Shop Safety Workshop. For more information on the Safety Workshop, contact the Architecture Materials Shop, 2 Parker Hall, South Campus.
All students must complete a minimum of 9 credit hours and three courses in the lower division and a minimum of 12 credit hours and four courses in the upper division. Students devise an Architecture Minor plan of study in consultation with their school advisors.
No more than 3 credits of ARC 467 (Research Practice), 3 credits of ARC 496 (Community Design Service), and 3 credits of ARC 499 (Independent Study) may be applied toward Architecture Minor requirements.
No more than six credits of architecture transfer coursework may be applied toward Architecture Minor requirements. Contact School of Architecture and Planning Undergraduate Education for more information.
Other relevant courses (such as Special Topics courses) in the undergraduate curriculum from University at Buffalo Architecture may be approved for the minor, with qualified special permission, from the course instructor and School of Architecture and Planning Undergraduate Education.
A minimum ARC-prefixed GPA of 2.50 in all Architecture Minor courses and minimum overall University at Buffalo GPA of 2.0 is required for successful completion of the program.