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UB Undergraduate Academic Schedule: Fall 2017

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    ARC 121LEC - Introduction To Architecture
    Lecture
    Introduction To Architecture DELA Enrollment Information (not real time - data refreshed nightly)
    Class #:   10151   Enrollment Capacity:   280
    Section:   DELA   Enrollment Total:   263
    Credits:   3.00 credits   Seats Available:   17
    Dates:   08/28/2017 - 12/08/2017   Status:   OPEN WITH RESERVES
    Days, Time:   T R , 8:00 PM - 9:20 PM
    Room:   Knox 20 view map
    Location:   North Campus      
    Reserve Capacities
    Description Enrollment Capacity Enrollment Total  
    Force Reg: Seats Reserved 5 7  
    Seats Rsvd Arch & Env Dsn UGRD 122 125  
    Comments
    FULFILLS THE ARTS GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENT AND OPEN TO ALL UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO STUDENTS. Note: All BS Arch majors who have completed and passed ARC 121, ARC 231, and ARC 234 cannot re-take ARC 121 in their BS Arch Junior and BS Arch Senior year to replace the original ARC 121 grade.
      Course Description
    Introduction to Architecture provides a fundamental examination of architecture and the built environment, focusing on both western cultures and traditions. Concentrating on 20th-century western developments, the class will arm students with a framework from which the contemporary position of architecture exists. Course material is presented in a lecture format, utilizing multiple media. Course topics include historical examples of architecture, using past and present buildings, landscapes, and urbanism as a tool for developing an understanding and appreciation of the architecture discipline and its design objectives. Course content is drawn from numerous fields including architectural history and theory, the arts and letters, design studies, philosophy, and urban studies, all supporting Louis Kahn's claim that architecture is the handwriting of humanity. Fulfills the SUNY Arts and SUNY Humanities general education requirements.
      Instructor(s)
                 Delaney, G L look up    
      On-line Resources
    Other Courses Taught By: Delaney, G L