Certificate in Classical Architecture
The Certificate in Classical Architecture program provides architects and designers with a working knowledge of classical design and history. Participants learn to identify, draw, and render the classical elements, and apply the classical tradition within a professional context. Students can expect to receive in-depth training in the following areas: Traditional Drafting by Hand, Architectural Wash Rendering, Theory of Proportion, A Comparative Study of the Orders, Linear Perspective, Observational Drawing, and the Literature and Theory of Classical Architecture.
The Certificate is awarded to individuals who complete 100 credits of ICAA coursework, including a Professional Intensive.
PARTNERSHIP WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO DENVER SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE AND PLANNING
The University of Colorado Denver College of Architecture and Planning offers a topic area in Classical architecture for its Master of Architecture students who wish to receive the ICAA Certificate in Classical Architecture.