PROJECTED COURSE OFFERINGS
  Fall

Spring

ARCHI 105 x x
ARCHI 110   x
ARCHI 115   x
ARCHI 119 x x
ARCHI 120 x x
ARCHI 121 x x
ARCHI 126 x x
ARCHI 130 x x
ARCHI 131 x x
ARCHI 132    
ARCHI 135 x x
ARCHI 136 x x
CONST 144 x x
ARCHI 150    
ARCHI 156 Fall or Spring
ARCHI 157 Fall or Spring
ARCHI 158 Fall or Spring
ARCHI 160    
ARCHI 165    
ARCHI 220 x x
ARCHI 221   x
ARCHI 226   x
ARCHI 244   x
ARCHI 245    
ARCHI 298    
ARCHI 299    
ARCHI 120 INTRODUCTION TO ARCHITECTURE AND ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN
3 Credits
Introduction to the professional field of architecture, architectural design and planning. Investigation and evaluation of the architectural environment with identification and utilization of a creative design process. Study of the use of line, shape, form, texture, light, color. scale, and structure in relation to the creation of architectural space.

Intro to Architecture and Environmental Design covers beginning design fundamentals for all environmental design professions, and a brief survey of architectural history, drawing and the use of computers.

ARCHI 121 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN I
4 Credits
First level studio design class in architectural design. Course focuses on development of fundamental design skills and spatial theory. Exploration of concepts related to site planning and site analysis, spatial qualities of architecture, movement through architectonic space, material qualities, and precedent studies.

Architecture Design I covers fundamental topics in spatial composition, modern architectural theory, sunlight and ventilation, graphic design fundamentals and a comprehensive foundation in Modernism and Deconstructivist theories.

ARCHI 220 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN II
3 Credits
Second level studio design class continuing the study of architectural design. Course focuses on development of fundamental design skills utilizing concepts related to site planning and site analysis, spatial qualities of architecture and movement through architectonic space. Continuing investigation of topics in material qualities, general methods of assembly and construction, and human factors in design. Methods of presentation and design development include drawing, model making and architectural reviews and critiques.

Architecture 220 is an advanced design course which discusses topics in site planning and contextual response, integration of construction and materials with architectural concepts and programming.

ARCHI 221 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN III
3 Credits
Third level studio design class continuing the study of architectural design. Course focuses on development of applying fundamental design skills and spatial theories to design projects of greater architectural complexity. Projects will incorporate the use of concepts of site planning, structural systems and circulation through space into a variety of design problems. Projects will also explore concepts in human, cultural, historical and advanced structural and circulation systems in architectural design.

Architecture 221 is the final advanced design class offering further exploration in architectural design with topics of greater complexity requireing integration of planning, programming, structural systems and building systems..

COURSES
  FABRICATION DESIGN DRAWING DIGITAL MEDIA HISTORY & THEORY PRACTICE