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ENG 1133 | Specialized Communication For Technology Students | Spring 2016

ENG 1133 | Specialized Communication For Technology Students | Spring 2016

“Academic as well as occupational writing such as lab reports and bids, emphasis on the documented report, summarizing material and writing letters. Written presentations frequently utilize visual aids such as graphics, maps and charts.”

ARCH 2410 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN IV

ARCH 2410 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN IV

The architectural process involved in designing small to medium size projects for specific building types. Scope covers initial research and analysis, program development, flow diagrams, schematic design, and massing studies through final presentation. Final presentations will include drawings and models reviewed by a design jury. There will be three projects and a final portfolio. Research papers, 2D and 3D drawings, and physical study models and final models will be utilized in program development, design and presentations. Each student will also participate in building one of the site models for the projects.

ARCH 1230 Building Technology II

ARCH 1230 Building Technology II

This course will study the basic materials of construction as well as the theory and practice of building technology. The course will include investigation of the assembly of building components and methods of construction while developing proficiency in both analog and digital drawing building information modeling (BIM) techniques, and professionally presented construction drawing page composition.

ARCH 3610 Fall 2015

ARCH 3610 Fall 2015

Profs. Lia Dikigorpoulou and Jill Bouratoglou M/W 12:00- 3:20pm V0811

ARCH DESIGN VII URBAN DESIGN

ARCH DESIGN VII URBAN DESIGN

This advanced design course covers a range of urban and architectural design issues. Students explore both the theoretical and pragmatic aspects of design applied in an urban environment. This course incorporates previous studio and lecture coursework to tie together topics of urban planning, architectural design, environmental sustainability and historic preservation. Using New York City as an urban laboratory, there are three research assignments and two design projects, varying in focus, size and complexity. Students address developing programs, the design of open public space, massing, open private space and the analysis of larger scale projects. Students work in a variety of formats: individually, in pairs, and in groups. Hand drawing, computer drafting and rendering, as well as physical and electronic modeling will be utilized for presentations

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