ARCH 180 Advanced Architectural Design II
Description: This course, designed for students interested in environmental design, is a continuation of Architecture 170, 172 and 175 in which advanced and more complex design problems are given to students who have completed Architecture 175. The student designs several architectural projects with emphasis placed on the plan, section, building form, environmental issues, urban design issues and energy conservation. Design projects may include various regional student architectural competitions. Contemporary architectural theory more advance than that covered in Architecture 175 is introduced. Students are required to present their design problems to the class. 3-D CAD technology is used in this class.
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This course can help you earn the following degree(s) or certificate(s):