I'm a freshmen at the University of California: San Diego. My major is Structural engineering but I would like to be an architect. What kind of courses would I have to take in order to pursue a degree in architecture.
Your desire is to become an architect, but do you plan to continue in your studies in structural engineering as an undergraduate or do you plan to transfer to an architecture program?
If you continue in engineering, you should be set to eventually pursue a graduate program in architecture - Master of Architecture with regards to mathematics and physics, but consider taking art or freehand drawing courses.
To consider transferring, contact either of the two programs in San Diego, CA to learn more about an architecture curriculum --
School of Architecture
NewSchool of Architecture and Design