We offer a variety of minors, many open to any student at UT. Take a look and talk to your advisor!
This minor was created specifically for Interior Architecture students who would like to gain a better understanding of architecture. Students will gain experience in understanding architectural issues related to topics such as history and theory, building and construction, contemporary practices and other related issues.
This minor combines design, engineering, business, art and the humanities so that students can generate, visualize and prototype innovative concepts. This minor, open to all UT undergraduates, includes courses in design and business, teaching students how design impacts virtually every person every day.
Interior Architectural Studies
This minor is intended to promote interdisciplinary involvement for students, specifically in the School of Architecture. Students interested in this minor will gain basic knowledge in interior architecture with exposure to aesthetics, technology, professional practices and history.
This minor was created for students outside of our college, in any program. Taking classes in our college exposes students to design thinking and visualization at the heart of architecture and design. By completing this minor, students will gain a greater understanding of a range of topics related to design and the built environment. To enroll in the minor, students outside the college may complete a form in our Center for Student Development.