3 credit hours - Three hours weekly; one term. This course meets the Arts & Humanities General Education Requirement.
Examine world architectural styles from the Renaissance through the present, including indigenous architecture in Africa and the Americas, and consider contemporary problems in architecture and urbanism. Learn architectural design, landscape architecture and city planning as responses to religious, political, economic and cultural needs, as well as for an understanding of their structural principles. No previous art courses are necessary.
Crosslisted:Also offered as ART 222; credit is not given for both ACH 222 and ART 222.