Architecture and Urban Planning Certificate Track
In Partnership With UWM School of Architecture and Urban Planning (SARUP)
UWM’s College for Kids & Teens is partnering with the UWM School of Architecture and Urban Planning (SARUP) to offer a certificate track opportunity for students interested in architecture and urban planning.
The Architecture and Urban Planning Certificate Track consists of three core two-week courses and three elective courses (one architecture elective and two miscellaneous electives) for a total of six courses. All core courses can be completed by students in grades 9-12 and some elective courses can be completed by students in grades 6-12.
- Obtain a base level of architecture and urban planning skills
- Explore the connections between architecture and design, models and use of domestic space
- Apply an introductory level of understanding of architectural and urban planning skills in relation to fabrication, virtual reality, building and mathematical understandings
Register for three core courses and three elective courses (one architectural and two miscellaneous) elective courses from a selection of offerings. All core courses are for grades 9-12 and can be completed within a three-year window. Some elective courses are for grades 6-12.
For information on the course format, view the session information on the selected course page.
|Architecture and Design||$174|
|Architecture and Domestic Space||$174|
|Architecture and Models||$174|
|3D/Sculpture & Digital Art||$299|
|Architecture and Fabrication||$164|
|Blueprints to Buildings||$164|
|Designing With Virtual Reality||$164|
|Survey of Calculus||$154|
Still Have Questions? Contact Us.
Ben LaDuke, Director of College for Kids & Teens
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