Minor in Architecture History and Theory

A black and white archival photo of the college of architecture in 1972

The Minor in Architecture History and Theory is designed for those students who are interested in preservation, who are studying to receive an advanced degree in art or architectural history, or are interested in history and/or theory and would like to have this core area of study reflected in their transcripts. See the full curriculum.

 

From The Studio
AIAS mentors

Architecture Mentoring Program Soars Thanks to Student Leadership

Architecture students reinvent mentorship matching process, increase freshman participation threefold.

Nader Chalfoun honored at UA Men's Basketball game

Architecture and Environmental Sciences Professor Nader Chalfoun Honored as Arizona Champion

Professor of Architecture and Environmental Sciences Nader Chalfoun has been honored as an Arizona Champion.

Lighting in Tucker residence. Photo by Joe Fletcher.

Architecture Lecturer Featured in The New York Times for Residential Lighting and Interior Design Project

Assistant Professor of Planning Ladd Keith was featured on America Adapts: The Climate Change Podcast.

Juliana Seymour

Opening Doors to a Bright Future | Juliana Seymour ’20 B. Arch

Juliana Seymour '20 B. Arch landed her internship at Swaim Associates thanks to the CAPLA Job Interview Fair.

Judith Chafee Exhibition: Framing the Desert

In the Gallery | Judith Chafee: Framing the Desert

Associate Professor of Architecture Christopher Domin and Tucson Architect Kathryn McGuire Showcase the Work of Judith Chafee

Diego Limon

Building Experience in the Field | Diego Limon ’23 B. Arch

CAPLA's spring Job Interview Fair provides the opportunity for students to hone their interviewing skills and discuss internship and career opportunities.

school of architecture

Our faculty practice what they teach! 60% of our faculty are registered architects and over half also work in professional practice.

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