Morrisville provided me with a sound foundation necessary to become the young professional I am today. Specifically, the technical skill set I learned through the dedicated faculty placed me in advanced courses upon graduation, positioning me further ahead of my peers. Not only was I thoroughly introduced to the importance of design within the profession of architecture and its allied fields, but Morrisville also provided me a platform to excel within the public service and leadership sector of the profession. I feel very fortunate to have had the opportunity to attend, embrace, and excel as a Mustang during my tenure at MSC.
Architectural Studies and Design A.S.
Course DescriptionArchitectural Design IV
This is a final course in a four-course sequence. A series of architectural projects proposed and developed in response to the natural and built environment of which the principles of design developed in the previous architectural design courses and other courses will be synthesized. With the use of analyses, design presentations and critiques, students will employ a directed approach to the design projects. Students may work in teams and individually to creatively design and present solutions. Projects will vary depending on the progress and approach to architectural design as deemed appropriate by the faculty member. Prerequisite: ARCH 243 Pre- or Co-requisite: MATH 103 (minimum) or permission of instructor 4 credits* (2 lecture hours, 4 laboratory hours), spring semester This course satisfies the Liberal Arts and Sciences requirement and the SUNY General Education Requirement for the Arts