The Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies at Washington State University is a comprehensive program that combines theory and practice for a comprehensive understanding of the field. This 4-year degree focuses on both traditional and modern concepts of architecture, providing students with a strong foundation in the history and principles of design while also equipping them with the skills to create innovative solutions to contemporary problems. Students will explore topics such as architectural theory, design analysis, construction materials, building codes, urban planning, and sustainability through lectures, studio courses, and field studies. Graduates from this program will be well prepared for careers in architecture or related fields like landscape architecture or engineering design. With its mix of theoretical knowledge and practical experience, this program provides students with excellent career prospects and the potential to make meaningful contributions towards shaping our built environment.