ACH 262 - Architectural Travel Study 1
3 credit hours - 30 hours of lecture and 45 hours of laboratory.
Explore significant architecture in various trip destinations. Analyze site specific architecture through tours and in-person observations. Experience architecture from several time periods that has influenced design throughout the world. Examine architectural design styles within the context of the trip destination such as monuments, outdoor spaces, museums, civic and religious buildings, along with other historic and contemporary structures.
Crosslisted: Also offered as ACH 262H ; credit not given for both ACH262 and ACH 262H .
Note: This travel study course is taught primarily on site and requires pre and post-trip meetings. Students are required to sign up for the associated travel section and pay for travel fees separately. Students are also required to have a valid passport 90 days prior to departure and valid 90 days after the return date. Typically offered summer term.