History and Art History
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

ARTH 103: Introduction to Architecture

ARTH 103-001: Introduction to Architecture
(Spring 2017)

Robinson B113

Section Information for Spring 2017

This course explores the structure, history and meaning of architecture.  Beginning with Stonehenge and ending up at the newly rebuilt World Trade Center, this course explores architectural style and social context, all the while asking ourselves how buildings stand up.  In the 20th century, we will also consider issues such as the environment, the view from the windshield, and architectural practice.  The result is a survey course that teaches the history, cultural significance, and beauty of architecture from around the world. 

 

Satisfies General Education requirement for Arts.

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Course Information from the University Catalog

Credits: 3

Introduces study, principle, and understanding of art of architecture. Approach varies with instructor; may be historical, geographical, technical, or thematic.

Satisfies General Education requirement for arts.

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Field trips required.

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