- The FCAS major firmly places the study of architecture in the liberal arts by encompassing the history, theory, philosophy, design, and science of the built environment.
- The major draws on resources and faculty from a range of disciplines across the colleges, which include art history, cultural studies, history, literature, economics, urban studies, visual and media arts, gender studies, physics, sociology, and environmental studies.
- With the guidance of their Amherst FCAS advisor, Amherst students create an individualized course of study that may include, among others, sustainable design, urban planning, and architectural history, theory, and criticism.
- This introductory course focuses on the tools used to communicate and discuss ideas in architectural practice and theory. Students study both the practical, from sketching to parallel drawing, to the theoretical, from historical to critical perspectives
|Tuition & fees||4386343 INR|
|Hostel & Meals||1165248 INR|
|Student Services Fee||73240 INR|
|Books & Supplies||73240 INR|
|Personal Expenses||131832 INR|
|Application Fees||4761 INR|
|Class 12th||No specific cutoff mentioned|
25 or above recommended for each section
7.5 or above recommended for each component score