HUM 115 - Arch: Aesthetics & History

Description
Provides a chronological survey of architectural development throughout the world with an emphasis on how differing geographic, climatic, religious, cultural, philosophical and social influences affected the design of structures. This course also seeks to create an awareness and an appreciation of the built environment as it examines architecture as both cultural phenomenon and an artistic and technological achievement. Function, structural principles, and elements of design are also covered. (H&A;) Prerequisite: Eligibility for enrollment into ENGL 101 and completion of any reading courses required by the College Testing and Placement Program.
Credits
3
Attributes
Core A - Humanities and Arts, Diversity Course
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Recent Semesters
Spring 2019
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