Courses at The GSAPP
If you are interested in taking a GSAPP course, please review the B+C|A List of GSAPP Courses Approved for our Majors and Minor. Each semester, this list will be updated and published here during the first week of classes. All approved GSAPP courses satisfy the "Elective" requirements in our major. Some courses satisfy other requirements such as: "History"; "SEG" - Society, Environment, Global; "DMT" - Design, Media, Technology; and "Senior Course" and these are noted on our approved list. To see the full list of courses available for cross-registration, please visit The Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation (GSAPP) website.
1. If you are interested in taking a GSAPP course, please review the B+C|A List of GSAPP Courses Approved for our Majors and Minor. Please note that typically, GSAPP courses are only recommended for students at an advanced level within the architecture major.
2. Attend the course you are interested in taking. Confirm with the instructor that they are willing to accommodate an undergraduate student in their class.
3. Reach out to your architecture major advisor to confirm how the course fits into your remaining requirements. You may be asked to share a copy of the course syllabus with your advisor.
4. After you have completed steps 1-3, you may proceed with filling out the GSAPP's Office of Student Affairs Add/Drop Form to register for the course.
N.B. If you are a Barnard College student, you should follow up with the Barnard Office of the Registrar after completing steps 1-4 to confirm that you have been successfully enrolled in the course.
If any questions arise, you are welcome to contact your major advisor or The GSAPP Office of Students Affairs directly (firstname.lastname@example.org).