The MIT Architecture department just released this video introduction to their undergraduate program, known on campus as “Course 4.”  In their words, the program “brings together architects, designers, artists, historians and engineers around concepts and ideas that transform how we build and construct our environments,” and “emphasizes the interconnected relationship between architectural design, building technology, computation, history, theory and criticism of architecture and art.”

If this gets your creative juices flowing, be sure to explore the extensive course materials that MIT Architecture faculty and students have published on OCW. At the OCW Architecture department page, you’ll find over 100 courses from across their curriculum, spanning both the undergraduate and graduate levels.