By starting your program at Adrian, you'll have the advantage of a liberal arts education, including communication and critical thinking skills, so you'll be very prepared to enter the last year of architecture school.
Adrian College has established a cooperative 3-1 dual degree program with Washington University in St. Louis. Under the agreement, the student spends three years at Adrian College for basic studies in design science, mathematics and liberal arts followed by 1 year at Washington for specialized study in architecture. It is possible upon completion to continue at Washington University in the Masters of Architecture program. This program requires three years.
All pre-architecture students will complete the following course work: History 103 and 104; Math 135; Physics 101; Art 100, 101; ArtI 118, 200, 207, 219, 220, 221, 223, 323, 325, 326, 327; Art (History) 211, 212, 270, 271.
All dual degree students must complete the Adrian College requirements listed on page 64 in the College Catalog.