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UB Undergraduate Academic Schedule: Spring 2017

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    ARC 211LLB - American Diversity & Design
    Lecture
    American Diversity & Design 1LAB Enrollment Information (not real time - data refreshed nightly)
    Class #:   22482   Enrollment Capacity:   475
    Section:   1LAB   Enrollment Total:   445
    Credits:   3.00 credits   Seats Available:   30
    Dates:   01/30/2017 - 05/12/2017   Status:   OPEN WITH RESERVES
    Days, Time:   TBA , TBA
    Room:   Online view map
    Location:   Virtual      
    Chained Courses
    Registering in the above section will automatically place you in the following class(es):
    Reserve Capacities
    Description Enrollment Capacity Enrollment Total  
    ARC 101LAB Requisite 25 79  
    Comments
    Requirement: ARC 101LAB Requisite Students Only UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO AMERICAN PLURALISM GEN EDUC/UB CURRICULUM DIVERSITY LEARNING COURSE/SUNY AMERICAN HISTORY GENERAL EDUCATION COURSE/SUNY ARTS GENERAL EDUCATION COURSE
      Course Description
    An approved University at Buffalo American Pluralism/SUNY American History general education course. Examines the history and diversity of cultural experiences within the United States and their attendant design issues. Specifically, the course concentrates on the ways in which our physical and media environments affect various populations in the U.S. and, in turn, the ways these populations have affected our designed environments. It introduces students to eight issues of U.S. diversity: race, ethnicity, gender, class, age, physical ability, cognitive ability, and religion. Writings, films, products, graphics, electronic media, buildings, and physical environments by and about diverse U.S. individuals and groups are examined. The U.S. history of our diverse physical and media environments are analyzed using theories and principles related to inclusive design. Open to all undergraduate University at Buffalo and SUNY students.
      Instructor(s)
                 Tauke, B A look up    
      On-line Resources
    Other Courses Taught By: Tauke, B A
    • ARC 211LLB  American Diversity & Design
    • ARC 499TUT  Independent Study-Undergraduate Student Projects