This survey of the western tradition in architecture is an overview of the history of architecture from the nineteenth century through today. The major architects and cultural forces shaping each era will be given primary focus. The social, environmental, behavioral, aesthetic, technological and political forces that influence and affect architectural forms, ideas and urban patterns will be explored through analytical study.
Prerequisite: ARCH 151, COMP 101 (minimum) or permission of instructor
3 credits (3 lecture hours), spring semester
This course counts toward the Liberal Arts and Sciences requirement