For students majoring in areas other than environmental design, the concentration provides coursework to conceive of work spatially, heighten the ability to work three dimensionally, and provide the technical skills to develop and document complex architectural-scale projects.
A concentration requires 15 credits in specified coursework. All of these courses should becopied over to the student’s major degree plan. An environmental design concentration does not add to the total number of credits required for the BFA.
Requirements for the Environmental Design Concentration
|Course Title||Course #||Credits|
|Integrated 3D Design: Form, Order, and Concept *||ENV 200||3|
|Design Drawing||ENV 202||3|
|Select one or both:|
|Object Design II||ENV 266|
|Spatial Design II||ENV 267|
|Total Credits for the Environmental Design Concentration||15|