HWS I architectural 253 Buddhist Art and Architecture ... Arth 308 Art and Architecture of Ancient Rome
Post on 09-Jun-2018
HWS I architectural studies...major course requirements/14 courses 8/27/13 INTRODUCTORY ARCHITECTURAL STUDIES COURSE 1 required ARCH 110 Introduction to Architectural Studies ART STUDIO 2 required ARTS 125 Drawing ARTS 115 3D Design (or ARTS 114 Intro to Sculpture) ARCHITECTURAL STUDIES HISTORY AND THEORY 3 required Three 200/300/400-level history/theory courses with significant content in architecture/landscape architecture. May be ARTH/ARCH/abroad courses. ARCHITECTURE DESIGN STUDIO 2 required ARCS 200 Design Studio I: Spatial Concepts & Precepts (prereq: Art 125, Art 115 or Art 114, Arch 110) ARCS 300-LEVEL Design Studio at HWS or DIS-Copenhagen or Lexia-Berlin or Rome (prereq: Arcs 200) ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY & URBAN STUDIES 2 required Any courses with significant content in environmental studies, sustainability, and/or urban studies. Several options are listed on reverse, although other courses not listed will count with advisor approval. HISTORY 1 required Any course taught in the History Department. ELECTIVES AT 200-LEVEL OR HIGHER* 3 required Electives in any discipline or department to increase the amount of interdisciplinary study within the major. Bearing this in mind, only two of these electives must be taken outside the disciplines of studio art, art history, architectural studies, and architecture design studio, whether taken at HWS or abroad. For optimal career path exploration and development, these electives should be thoughtfully taken based on your interests and in consultation with your advisor. *By special permission from your architecture major advisor, students may count these HWS-taught 100-level courses toward these electives. MATH (Calculus 130 or 131 ) or PHYSICS (140, 150, or 160). **Students may not use transfer or AP credits for Math or Physics if they want those credits to count as major electives. If you want to count Math and/or Physics toward your major, you must take these courses at HWS. NOTE: to study abroad in DIS-Copenhagen or Lexia-Berlin, students must take Arch 200 before going. When selecting electives and minors, consider: Architecture Landscape Architecture Industrial/Interior Design Historic Preservation City/Regional Planning Graphic Design Required for Admission to Architecture School: Calc. one semester Physics one semester Recommended: Arch 405 Portfolio Art Studio Arch Hist/Theory Env Studies Urban Studies Art History Recommended: Arch 405 Portfolio Art Studio Arch Hist/Theory Architecture Studio Art History Env Studies Urban Studies Recommended: Arch 405 Portfolio Art Studio Art History Arch Studio Arch Hist/Theory Computer Science Psychology Sociology Anthropology Env. Studies Recommended: History Arch Hist/Theory Urban Studies Art History Env Studies Recommended: Arch Hist/Theory Urban Studies Anthropology Sociology Env Studies History Recommended: Arch 405 Portfolio Art Studio Art History Arch Studio Arch Hist/Theory Computer Science Psychology Sociology Anthropology HWS I architecture studies.major course requirements/14 courses 8/27/13 Suggested sequence of coursework for first two years: First Year Sophomore fall History elective Environment/Urban elective Arts 125 or Arts 115 or Arts 114 Science or Math (for Goals) spring Arch 110 Intro Arch Arts 115 3D Design or Art 125 Drawing or Art 114 Intro Sculpture Arcs 200 Architectural Studies History/Theory Architecturel studies hist/theory elective choices Arch 310 Early Modern Architecture Arch 311 History of Modern Architecture Arch 312 Theories of Modern Architecture and Urbanism Arch 313 History of Modern Landscape Architecture Arch 305 Environmental Design, Planning and Preservation Arch 204 History Theory Historic Preservation Arth 253 Buddhist Art and Architecture Arth 232 Rococo Art and Architecture Arth 233 Renaissance Architecture Arth 235 Art and Architecture of Baroque Rome Arth 249 Islamic Art and Architecture Arth 208 Greek and Roman Art and Architecture Arth 308 Art and Architecture of Ancient Rome 300 level architecture studio choices Arcs 300 Poetics and Craft Arcs 303 Visual Notes & Analysis: Designers Sketchbook 400 level architecture studio elective choices Arcs 400 Advanced Arch Studies Studio (topical) Arcs 405 Arch Portfolio Design environmental design and sustainability elective choices Arch 305 Environmental Design, Planning and Preservation Amst 201 American Attitudes Towards Nature Env 110 Topics in Environmental Studies Geo 160 Weather & Climate Econ 212 Environmental Economics Env 205 Introduction to Environmental Law Soc 271 Sociology of Environmental Issues (Soc 100) Hist 246 American Environmental History Phil 154 Environmental Ethics Rel 226 Religion and Nature Env 140 Environmental Geology Env 160 The Fluid Earth Geo 170 The Solid Earth Arch 313 History of Modern Landscape Architecture urban studies elective choices Anth 206 Early Cities Anth 247 Urban Anthropology Anth 326 Meso-American Urbanism Bidis 229 Two Cities: New York and Toronto (Soc 100) Bidis 298 The Ballets Russes History 215 American Urban History History 264 Modern European City Soc 251 Sociology of the City (Soc 100) Soc 253 World Cities (Soc 100) Anth 352 Builders and Seekers Econ 213 Urban Economics (Econ 160) Econ 344 Economic Planning Development (Econ 300) Soc 271 Sociology of Environmental Issues (Soc 100) Soc 290 Sociology of Community (Soc 100) Soc 249 Technology and Society Soc 251 Sociology of the City history elective choices HIST 102 Making of the Modern World HIST 103 Revolutionary Europe HIST 105 Introduction to the American Experience HIST 151 Food Systems in History HIST 199 Meditations on Time and Memory HIST 283 South Africa in Transition HIST 284 Africa: From Colonialism to Neocolonialism HIST 285 The Middle East: Roots of Conflict HIST 364 African History HIST 461 War and Peace in the Middle East HIST 462 Africa Through the Novel HIST 204 History of American Society HIST 208 Women in American History HIST 215 American Urban History HIST 226 Colonial Latin America HIST 227 African American History I: The Early Era HIST 228 African American History II: The Modern Era HIST 231 Modern Latin America HIST 240 Immigration and Ethnicity in America HIST 246 American Environmental History HIST 291 Late Imperial China HIST 292 Japan Before 1868 HIST 101 Foundations of European Society HIST 237 Europe Since the War HIST 238 The World Wars in Global Perspective HIST 250 Medieval Popular Culture HIST 253 Renaissance and Reformation HIST 256 Technology and Society in Europe HIST 260 Modernity in Russia HIST 261 20th Century Russia HIST 264 Modern European City HIST 269 Modern Germany: 1764-1996 HIST 272 Nazi Germany HIST 276 The Age of Dictator HIST 337 History of American Thought Since 1865 *There are many options/electives offered that may not be listed here and also offered through abroad programs that will also count toward the major; to ensure that you are on track, you must attend mandatory advising meetings every pre-registration period and consult with your architectural studies major advisor.
View more >
ARTH 116/3.0 Art and Architecture in Britain from the ... ? ARTH 116/3.0 Art and Architecture in Britain
Ancient Rome: Art, Architecture, And History (Readings In ... lilith: a gnostic grimoire (paperback) - Ancient Rome: Art, Architecture, and History (Readings in Conservation) (Paperback) ~ Ada Gabucci A
BSTC2010 Buddhist art and architecture Course BSTC2010 Buddhist art and architecture ... chaitya-griha and temple) 4. ... The Lotus Sutra in Chinese Art: A Study in Buddhist Art to
ARTH - Art: Art History - Montana State ? ARTH - Art: Art History Rome and then moves on to the period