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* Choose one of these two courses.
† A foreign language is required for the B.F.A. degree in architectural history. To satisfy the foreign language requirement, all courses must be in the same language.
‡ Consult the general education and mathematics competency requirements.
§ Choose one of the following: ARLH 211 Survey of World Architecture and Urbanism, ARLH 212 Global Modernity in Architecture and Urbanism, ARLH 325 Islamic Art and Architecture, ARLH 344 African Art and Architecture, or ARLH 363 World Vernacular Architecture.
# Choose one of the following: ARLH 206 Modern Architecture I: 1750-1900, ARLH 208 Modern Architecture II: 1900-Present, ARLH 212 Global Modernity in Architecture and Urbanism, or ARLH 311 The Modern City.
¶ Choose one of the following: ARLH 236 Renaissance and Baroque Architecture, ARLH 321 Ancient Architecture in Context, ARLH 323 Medieval Architecture in Context, ARLH 353 The Architecture of Provence, or ARLH 355 Gothic Art and Architecture.
** Choose one of the following: ARLH 301 Built Environment of the Americas, Pre-Colonial–1865; ARLH 302 Built Environment of the Americas, 1865–1945; ARLH 303 Built Environment of the Americas, 1945–Present; or ARLH 375 Architecture and Urban History of Savannah.
†† Diversified electives expand the knowledge of the student beyond the building arts and art historical disciplines. Courses with subject codes other than ARCH, ARLH, ARTH, ELDS, FURN, HIPR, INDS and URBA meet these requirements.
Consult your faculty adviser in selecting elective courses.
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