Looking to design the next Freedom Tower or develop LEED-certified housing communities or figure out how to save a dying city? You might be interested in Ithaca College’s new architectural studies major.
This B.A. program combines liberal arts courses with courses in design, math, physics, sociology of urban planning, architectural theory and history, and sustainability. Students will graduate with a portfolio to help them land a job or get into graduate programs in architecture, urban design, historical preservation, or city planning.
“The study of architecture will give them a real appreci-ation for the role of buildings and urban planning,” says Stephen Clancy, chair of the art history department. “Not just creating pleasant places to live, but really shaping the human community, values, and the way we think about the future as well.”
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