General Education Credit: H,N (WR)
High School Credit: 0.5
The course examines architectural intentions in human history from prehistoric ages to the contemporary age. The primary objective is to help students develop their own historical perspective in interpreting the built environment. With a primary focus on Western civilizations, the course also includes Non-Western civilizations in order for students to procure a comparative perspective for understanding architectural history across cultural differences. The course demonstrates the interaction between form and idea in architectural creation.
This course is recommended for non-architecture majors only.
Satisfied High School Graduation Requirement Subject: Elective