May 27, 2024  
2018-2020 Graduate School Catalog 
2018-2020 Graduate School Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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ARCH 521 - Built Environment History II

Three hours.
3 Credits

Building on the concepts of ARCH 511 - Built Environment History I   this course is an introduction to architectural and urban design history from 1750 to contemporary times, with an emphasis on world architecture and the significance of multicultural architectural traditions. The development of specific built form topologies is studied, including patron residential, religious, civic structures, and urban space. Emphasis will be placed on two specific areas. The first is to identify significant architects, their theories and buildings; the second is to look at how cities evolved, adapting to new uses and styles of habitation.

Prerequisite(s) ARCH 511 .
Co-Requisite(s) None
Offered FALL

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