Arts and Sciences student taking architecture?
I want to apply to the Arts and Sciences school so I can take a lot of music courses. But I'd also love to be able to take a few architecture courses as part of my BA, even as a minor, because I probably want to do architecture for grad school, although I'm not sure enough yet to commit to the architecture school.
I toured Cornell and the tour guide told us it's impossible to take courses outside your school. But on Cornell's webpage I found this: "Arts and Sciences students also enjoy access to more than 2,000 courses in the six professional and applied colleges at Cornell."
Maybe the rules vary from school to school. Can anyone speak to the specific question as to whether it's possible for a student in the Arts and Sciences school to take classes in the Architecture school? Thank you!