Annually, 16 teaching assistant (TA) positions are available in the Department of Architecture for highly qualified Masters students. These courses include:

ARCH 100 Architectural Making I
An introductory course about architecture and architectural making. 2D and 3D form and space tested through the theoretical, pragmatic, and contextual issues that influence architecture.
Undergraduate Lecture

ARCH 102 Architectural Thinking I
Broad overview of the histories and theories that have shaped the discipline of architecture: its histories, theories and methodologies.
Undergraduate Lecture

ARCH 282 Visualization 1
Development of precise standards of drawing and the history and techniques of descriptive and analytical drawing.
Undergraduate Lecture & Labs

ARCH 301 Architecture Systems 1
The behavior of structures, structural materials and planning, and the principles and performance of building envelope systems.
Undergraduate/Graduate Lecture & Discussions

ARCH 304 Contemporary Criticism and Urbanism
Disciplinary methods and themes through rigorous readings of texts and objects concerning contemporary architectural criticism, and histories and theories of urban form and urban planning. Undergraduate/Graduate Lecture & Discussions

ARCH 516 Building Construction
Review and analysis of architectural construction systems in relation to building projects of various scales. Construction techniques and contract documentation are covered.
Undergraduate/Graduate Lecture

ARCH 520 Environmental Systems: Illumination and Thermal Comfort
The impact of visual and thermal comfort requirements on the design of building enclosures, lighting systems and HVAC systems.
Undergraduate/Graduate Lecture

ARCH 782 Visualization
Development of precise standards of drawing and the history and techniques of descriptive and analytical drawing.
Graduate Lecture & Lab

ARCH 810 Architectural Design I
This design studio introduces students to theories and methodologies of architectural design. Design projects explore various design procedures, graphic techniques, and building tectonics. Graduate Lab [studio]

ARCH 103 Architectural Making II
Survey and application of twentieth century design techniques in architecture.
Undergraduate Lecture

ARCH 104 Architectural Thinking II
Canonical buildings since 1800 alongside their accompanying theoretical texts are evaluated within the discipline and allied fields of inquiry.
Undergraduate Lecture

ARCH 283 Visualization 2
Exploration of the potential for representation to communicate generative, atmospheric, and presentational qualities.
Undergraduate Lecture & Labs

ARCH 302 Architecture and Human Behavior
Introduction to behavioral, social and cultural factors and their implications for the design and planning of the built environment.
Undergraduate/Graduate Lecture & Discussions

ARCH 303 Architecture Systems 2
Investigation of environmental control and life safety requirements and their implications on architectural form and design.
Undergraduate/Graduate Lecture & Discussions

ARCH 510 Survey of Structural Analysis and Design
Statics, strength of materials and analysis of simple structural elements and systems. Design and economics of simple building structures.
Undergraduate/Graduate Lecture

ARCH 581 Law and Professional Practice for Architects
An introduction to architectural practice; content includes office procedures, contract management, legal constraints.
Undergraduate/Graduate Lecture

ARCH 783 Visualization
Exploration of the potential for representation to communicate generative, atmospheric, and presentational qualities.
Graduate Lecture & Lab

ARCH 820 Architectural Design
This design studio further develops the theories and methodologies of architectural design. Design projects emphasize specific issues of theory, structure, context, program, and graphic communication. Graduate Lab [studio]