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AR57/620SYLLABUSES FOR THE DEGREE OFBACHELOR OF ARTS IN ARCHITECTURAL STUDIES[BA(ArchStud)]These syllabuses are applicable to candidates admitted under the 4-year ‘2012curriculum’ to the first year of the Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies in 201920 and thereafter.Students entering the 4-year Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies curriculum in theacademic year 2019-20 will take a professional core of 186 credits (including 162credits of core courses, 12 credits of Faculty Foundation courses and 12 credits ofdisciplinary elective courses), plus a total of 54 credits in language and Common Corecourses, totalling 240 credits for the 4-year curriculum.The syllabuses of the Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies shall comprise thefollowing requirements:University Requirements54 credits of compulsory University requirements which must be completedsuccessfully:One 6 credit course in Core University English1; one 6 credit course in 18 creditsEnglish language enhancement; and one 6 credit course in Chineselanguage enhancement236 credits of courses in the Common Core Curriculum, comprising at 36 creditsleast one and not more than two courses from each Area of Inquiry withnot more than 24 credits of courses being selected within one academicyear except where candidates are required to make up for failed creditsFaculty Requirements12 credits of compulsory Faculty requirements which must be completed successfully:Two 6-credit Faculty Foundation courses including12 credits- Introduction to Landscape City Architecture- Sustainability and the Built Environment1Candidates who have achieved Level 5 or above in English Language in the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary EducationExamination, or equivalent, are exempted from this requirement, and Core University English is optional. Those who do not takethis course should take an elective course in lieu, see UG6 of the Regulations for First Degree Curricula.2Students are required to successfully complete the 6-credit Faculty-specific Chinese language enhancement course, except for:(a) Putonghua-speaking students who should take CUND9002 (Practical Chinese and Hong Kong Society) orCUND9003 (Cantonese for Non-Cantonese Speaking Students); and(b) Students who have not studied Chinese language during their secondary education or who have not attained therequisite level of competence in the Chinese language to take the Chinese language enhancement course should writeto the Board of the Faculty to apply to be exempted from the Chinese language requirements, and (i) take a 6-creditCantonese or Putonghua language course offered by the School of Chinese especially for international and exchangestudents; OR (ii) take an elective course in lieu.1

Professional Core of Architectural StudiesThe Architectural Studies curriculum has five types of courses which are taught usingdistinct learning modes. These are: Design Studios, Architectural History and Theory,Technology, Visual Communications and Disciplinary Elective courses.Apart from Design 1 and 2 which are 6 credits all other design studio courses are 12credits. All other courses are 6 credit courses. All Design Studios and the majority ofArchitectural History and Theory, Technology, and Visual Communication courses areoffered in two parts with Part I running in the first semester and Part II running in thesecond semester of a single academic year. This split is designed so that the knowledgeand skills learnt in each course can be directly related to concurrent project work in theDesign Studio course, to allow a more specific and structured approach to studentlearning.The Design Studio, Architectural History and Theory, Technology, and VisualCommunication courses are assessed through 100% continuous courseworkassessment.Architectural Design Studio Courses(6 credits requiring approximately 180 hours of student learning activities per course,otherwise 12 credits requiring approximately 360 hours of student learning activitiesper course)Each of the studio courses is a semester course.These courses engage students, under staff guidance and supervision, through a rangeof problem-based design exercises addressing core and related issues essential to thetraining of an architect. The studio projects provide opportunities to apply keyarchitecture theories and concepts learned in concurrent courses.Teaching is conducted in lectures / workshops / review sessions (24-36 contact hoursfor 6-credit course and 96 contact hours for 12-credit course), and involves working onprojects in both group and individual formats. Work is regularly presented anddiscussed in critical review sessions. Site visits, data research and practical workshopsare required. The courses are assessed on the portfolio of project work produced, aswell as contributions to discussions and activities in the studio sessions. Assessmentis by 100% continuous coursework assessment of drawings, diagrams, photos,renderings, animations, physical models, prototypes and project presentation.ARCH1079 Design 1ARCH1080 Design 2(Pre-Requisite: ARCH1079 Design 1)ARCH2079 Design 3(Pre-Requisite: ARCH1080 Design 2)ARCH2080 Design 4(Pre-Requisite: ARCH2079 Design 3)ARCH3079 Design 5(6 credits)(6 credits)(12 credits)(12 credits)(12 credits)2

(Pre-Requisite: ARCH2080 Design 4)ARCH3080 Design 6(Pre-Requisite: ARCH3079 Design 5)ARCH4079 Design 7 (Capstone Experience)(Pre-Requisite: ARCH3080 Design 6)ARCH4080 Design 8 (Capstone Experience)(Pre-Requisite: ARCH4079 Design 7)(12 credits)(12 credits)(12 credits)Architectural History and Theory courses(6 credits requiring approximately 120-180 hours of student learning activities percourse)Collectively these courses examine the theories and practice of architecture through acomparative study of the history of architectural design and urbanism, in variousgeographic and cultural contexts. Teaching is conducted in lectures / workshop /review sessions (24-36 contact hours per course), and the course work includes readingof critical texts, site visits, research, case studies and the preparation of assignments,essays and reports. Work is regularly presented and discussed in critical reviewsessions. The courses are assessed through 100% continuous coursework assessment.Continuous assessment is usually by various methods including PowerPointpresentation, reports (up to 10,000 words), short essays (1,500 – 2,000 words), quizzes,projects and/or sketch itectural History and Theory 1Architectural History and Theory 2Architectural History and Theory 3Architectural History and Theory 4Architectural History and Theory 5(6 credits)(6 credits)(6 credits)(6 credits)(6 credits)Technology courses(6 credits requiring approximately 120-180 hours of student learning activities percourse)These courses explore issues of materials, construction, structures and environment asthey relate to the built environment. Particular emphasis is placed upon overarchingconcepts of environmental sustainability and ecological design in all courses. Thecurriculum examines state-of-the-art “high” technology in combination withcomparative studies of vernacular “low” technological practices of construction.Students are equipped with a global understanding of divergent technological practicesfound in numerous regionally specific conditions. The courses establish key technicalconcepts and knowledge that underpin students’ architectural design work. Much ofthe course relates to projects undertaken in the design studios. Teaching is conductedin lectures / workshops / review sessions (24-36 contact hours per course), andactivities include site visits, case studies, practical demonstrations, detailed designexercises and the preparation of assignments and reports. The courses are assessedthrough 100% continuous coursework assessment. Continuous assessment is usuallyby various methods including homework, group work, quizzes, group projects,assignments, integrated coursework, presentation, and individual study. The usual3

output mainly comprises annotated diagrams and short written descriptions (up to atotal of 5,000 words for the whole ilding Technology 1Building Technology 2Building Technology 3Building Technology 4Building Technology 5(6 credits)(6 credits)(6 credits)(6 credits)(6 credits)Visual communication(6 credits requiring approximately 120-180 hours of student learning activities percourse)These courses introduce students to the essential tools of design communication, andteach the fundamentals of graphic design as a means to describe space visually.Students learn freehand drawing, computer aided drafting, physical model building and3D computer modeling. They investigate approaches and techniques to manage,manipulate, and envision information, using various computer software to linkphotography, drawing, and other media.Teaching is conducted in lectures / workshops / review sessions (24-36 contact hoursper course), and activities include case studies, practical exercises, demonstrations, andthe preparation of assignments and reports. The courses are assessed through submittedcourse work. Assessment is 100% continuous coursework assessment of drawings,diagrams, photos, renderings, animations, physical models, prototypes and projectpresentation (up to 5,000 words for the whole course).ARCH2055ARCH3056ARCH3060Visual Communication 1Visual Communication 2Visual Communication 3(6 credits)(6 credits)(6 credits)Disciplinary Electives(6 credits requiring approximately 120-180 hours of student learning activities percourse)These disciplinary electives are courses offered by the professional core to fulfill thecurriculum requirements as specified in the syllabuses of the BA(ArchStud) degreecurriculum.Each 6-credit elective course requires approximately 120-180 hours of student learningactivities in one semester. Elective courses are assessed through a variety of modesincluding class presentations, case studies, reading analysis, written assignments,research papers, visual projects, and integrated coursework. Approximately 36 contacthours of instruction are required in order to achieve stated learning outcomes withinthe curriculum. Students shall be guided in selecting these courses. The courses areassessed through 100% continuous coursework assessment. The total written outputvaries among different courses (up to 5,000 words).4

Disciplinary electives offer students the opportunity to gain advanced knowledge in achosen area of study. There are five categories of elective courses available forselection by candidates:I:II:III:IV:V:History and TheoryUrbanisation and HabitationTechnology and SustainabilityDigital Media and FabricationPractice and ManagementNot only will students receive specialized knowledge through lectures, they will alsoacquire knowledge through research methodologies, as well as interactive learning andactive engagement. The themes of these courses will cover contemporary and emergentissues. Students are required to take two elective courses, one in each semester.These disciplinary electives may be taken in either the first or the second semester inthe final year, or as an optional summer semester in the third year of study.It should be noted that not all courses would be offered every year and that new course(s)may be introduced in any year.CATEGORY I: HISTORY AND THEORYARCH7160 The Modern Movement and Beyond (6 credits)ARCH7161 Vernacular Architecture of Asia (6 credits)ARCH7162 Architecture and Memory (6 credits)ARCH7163 Architectural Histories (6 credits)ARCH7164 ReBuilding Utopia: Visions of Architecture in the Post-war World (6credits)ARCH7165 Modern Architecture and the Visual Realm (6 credits)ARCH7166 Research Seminar in Visual Cultures (6 credits)ARCH7167 Topics in Modernism (6 credits)ARCH7175 Architectural Studies Field Workshop (6 credits)ARCH7177 Critical Readings in Modernism (6 credits)ARCH7178 Buddhist Architecture (6 credits)ARCH7179 Architects and Politics: Exhibiting Politics (6 credits)ARCH7180 Topics in Architectural History and Theory (6 credits)ARCH7183 Topics in Architectural History, Theory and Criticism (6 credits)ARCH7184 Beyond the Border: Early Modernist Chinese Architects in the South (6credits)ARCH7269 Architecture and the city (6 credits) (cross-listed under Category II:Urbanisation and Habitation)ARCH7380 Republic of Excess: Korea and Contradiction (6 credits)ARCH7401 Real Utopias (6 credits) (cross-listed under Category II: Urbanisationand Habitation)ARCH7404 Japan, Architecture, Myth: Unmaking Its Form and Content (6 credits)CATEGORY II: URBANISATION AND HABITATIONARCH7260 Housing in Urban Development (6 credits)5

ARCH7264 Contemporary Urbanism (6 credits)ARCH7265 Inter Cities (6 credits)ARCH7266 Globalization and Resistance in Architecture (6 credits)ARCH7268 Urbanism Field Workshop (6 credits)ARCH7269 Architecture and the City (6 credits) (cross-listed under Category I:History and Theory)ARCH7270 The “Navel” of the Earth (6 credits)ARCH7271 Composed Grounds (6 credits)ARCH7272 Together: Communes, Collectives, and Communities - Studying SocioPolitical Ecologies (6 credits)ARCH7273 Topics in Urban/Rural Studies (6 credits)ARCH7274 Topics in Urban Studies (6 credits)ARCH7275 A Visual Diary of Paris: Observe, Read, Collect, Draw, Record (6credits)ARCH7276 City Metamorphosis: Urban Residual Space (6 credits)ARCH7401 Real Utopias (6 credits) (cross-listed under Category I: History andTheory)ARCH7402 Propositions for Planetary Living-II (6 credits)CATEGORY III: TECHNOLOGY AND SUSTAINABILITYARCH7360 Building Structures and Systems (6 credits)ARCH7361 Sustainable Building Systems (6 credits)ARCH7363 Materials, Services and Structure (6 credits)ARCH7364 Nonspace: Materials, Processes, and Constructions (6 credits)ARCH7365 Design Research on Architecture and the Environment (6 credits)ARCH7375 Design after Nature (6 credits)ARCH7376 Inhabitable Territories (6 credits)ARCH7377 Concrete Approximations (6 credits)ARCH7378 Topics in Architectural Technologies (6 credits)ARCH7379 Performative Envelopes (6 credits)ARCH7382 Floating Marine Laboratory (6 credits)ARCH7383 Deep drawing: The narrative of steel through the industrial act ofmaking (6 credits)ARCH7403 Material History (6 credits)CATEGORY IV: DIGITAL MEDIA AND FABRICATIONARCH7460 Computer Graphics for Architects (6 credits)ARCH7462 Computer-aided Architectural Design Methods (CAAD Methods) (6credits)ARCH7466 Parametric Structures (6 credits)ARCH7467 Making Ways and Ways of Making (6 credits)ARCH7469 Explorative Architecture Techniques (6 credits)ARCH7470 Architecture by Nature (6 credits)ARCH7471 Material Fabrications (6 credits)ARCH7472 Topics in Advanced Technology (6 credits)ARCH7474 Structural Research – Gridshells (6 credits)ARCH7475 Visual Practices (6 credits)CATEGORY V: PRACTICE AND MANAGEMENT6

CH7567ARCH7568Research on Participatory Design in Architecture (6 credits)Community Building Workshop (6 credits)Building Information Modeling in Architectural Practice (6 credits)Introduction to Building Information Modeling and Management (6Topics in Practice and Management I (6 credits)Topics in Practice and Management II (6 credits)Design Practice Field Workshop (6 credits)First Year of Study[First Semester courses]- Design 1- Faculty Foundation Courses- Introduction to Landscape City Architecture- Sustainability and the Built Environment(6 credits)(6 credits)(6 credits)[Second Semester courses]- Design 2- Chinese Language Enhancement Course(6 credits)(6 credits)[First or Second Semester courses]- Core University English- 4 Common Core courses(6 credits)(24 credits)Second Year of Study[First Semester courses]- Design 3- Visual Communication 1- Architectural History and Theory 1(12 credits)(6 credits)(6 credits)[Second Semester courses]- Design 4- Building Technology 1(12 credits)(6 credits)[First or Second Semester courses]- English Language Enhancement Course- 2 Common Core courses(6 credits)(12 credits)Third Year of Study[First Semester courses]- Design 5- Visual Communication 2- Architectural History and Theory 2- Building Technology 2(12 credits)(6 credits)(6 credits)(6 credits)7

[Second Semester courses]- Design 6- Visual Communication 3- Architectural History and Theory 3- Building Technology 3(12 credits)(6 credits)(6 credits)(6 credits)[Summer Semester course]- Optional Disciplinary Elective(6 credits)Final Year of Study[First Semester courses]- Design 7 (Capstone Experience)- Building Technology 5- Architectural History and Theory 4- Disciplinary Elective(12 credits)(6 credits)(6 credits)(6 credits)[Second Semester courses]- Design 8 (Capstone Experience)- Building Technology 4- Architectural History and Theory 5- Disciplinary Elective(12 credits)(6 credits)(6 credits)(6 credits)Year 1Semester 1ARCH1079 Design 1 (6 credits)This course serves as an introduction to the skills and concepts that are furtherdeveloped in the design studio sequence. The focus of the course will be the designprocess itself, outside of the constraints and complexity of a building program. Inaddition the course will include a series of workshop introductions to the tools andtechniques of casting, woodworking and hand drawing. The goal of the course is tofamiliarize students with the principles of creative work.Assessment: 100% continuous coursework assessmentAFFC1027 Introduction to Landscape City Architecture (6 credits)This course is an introduction to the understanding of landscapes, cities, andarchitectures. Students will be exposed to why architecture is an essential necessity forour societies as well as recognising that architecture is both an expression ofprogramme, form and structure as well as the resolution of cultural specificities andpractices. We will demonstrate and examine how architecture is presented to the publicand how its practice is varied and diverse in different societies. The variousgeographical, landscape and urban conditions found in Hong Kong will be theplayground and the source for learning, describing and debating. In addition to lectures,8

a series of walks, visits, and exercises will allow the students to express, demonstrate,and challenge the different propositions presented in the class.Assessment: 100% continuous coursework assessmentAFFC1028 Sustainability and the Built Environment (6 credits)The course examines the broad range of issues confronting mankind’s search for asustainable future, such as population and urbanization; transportation and logistics;technology and mobility; water; waste; energy; food; (natural) disasters; andcommunity and governance. Through the perspective of contemporary and historicalcase studies students explore how people, in their visions of the future, have sought toperfect built environments as the setting for model communities.The ideas raised in the lectures, reinforced through weekly readings and weekly tutorialsessions, are brought together at the end of the course with an intensive workshop, inwhich students look to define their own vision of a sustainable community. This courseis intended to inspire thinking about the way we should construct our livingenvironments in future, in order to find a sustainable balance.Assessment: 100% continuous coursework assessmentYear 1Semester 2ARCH1080 Design 2 (6 credits)This course includes the concept of architectonics, section and plan, and the basicdesign process involving drawing and model making. The course will culminate in afinal design project, supported by lectures on diverse set of figures in architecture,science and art, examining the creative processes that enable their work andunderstanding it through methodology and execution.Assessment: 100% continuous coursework assessmentPre-requisite: ARCH1079 Design 1CARC9001 Practical Chinese for Architecture and Landscape Students (6credits)The main objective of this course is to enhance the students’ command of Chinese forthe architecture profession through basic training in presentation skills and in specifictechniques for the preparation of target-oriented letters, proposals, plans and reports.This course also aims to develop students’ ability to engage in negotiations, debates aswell as critical and creative thinking. In order to promote artistic and aestheticappreciation, thematic lectures and topical workshops on Chinese calligraphic andartistic representations will be conducted. Site visits to traditional Chinese temples,9

gardens and museums will be organized to provide students with opportunities to gainhands-on experiences of the inner dynamics of Chinese culture. Students will be ableto acquire sophisticated Chinese language skills and knowledge of Chinese culturewithin the context of the discipline of architecture.Aims and Objectives1. Demonstrate ability in using effective spoken and written language skills requiredfor daily life communication, surveying and architecture related professions andacademic studies.2. Reflect on their language learning experience and devise strategies for furtherimprovement3. Have in-depth oral presentation, discussion and debating skills.4. Have an overall understanding between language and cultural concepts.5. Have a better awareness and sensitivity toward language usage, critical thinking andaesthetic quality.Assessment: 50% continuous coursework assessment and 50% examinationYear 1 Semester 1 or 2 coursesCAES1000 Core University English (6 credits)The Core University English (CUE) course aims to enhance first-year students’academic English language proficiency in the university context. CUE focuses ondeveloping students’ academic English language skills for the Common CoreCurriculum. These include the language skills needed to understand and producespoken and written academic texts, express academic ideas and concepts clearly and ina well-structured manner and search for and use academic sources of information intheir writing and speaking. Four online-learning modules through the Moodle platformon academic speaking, academic grammar, academic vocabulary, citation andreferencing skills and avoiding plagiarism will be offered to students to support theirEnglish learning. This course will help students to participate more effectively in theirfirst-year university studies in English, thereby enriching their first-year experience.Assessment: 100% continuous coursework assessmentFour Common Core course (24 credits)Year 2Semester 1ARCH2079Design 3 (12 credits)10

Design 3 is the first in a two-course sequence forming a comprehensive introduction tothe foundation studies of architecture, addressing the core and related issues essentialto the training of an architect. The course aims to teach architectural literacy, to developcritical and analytical skills, to enhance visual, spatial and ideological sensibilities withcertain emphasis on the presentation of ideas, concepts, and design both in the visualand verbal format. Field trips form an integral part of the course.Assessment: 100% continuous coursework assessmentPre-requisite: ARCH1080 Design 2ARCH2055Visual Communication 1 (6 credits)DrawingVisual Communication 1 relates the study of architecture to the study ofrepresentational forms and methods. Taught through lectures that introducefundamentals of visual communication including: grid, line, perspective, movementstudies, projection, and composition, the course is a preliminary immersion in theculture of visual studies. Visual Communication 1 also provides students with basicskills and techniques (in freehand drawing, 2D and 3D CAD drawing, laser cutting,model making, Illustrator and Photoshop software) which allow the students toexperiment with many of the issues and ideas introduced. Students will be responsiblefor individual projects which exhibit their grasp of the lecture topics. [Note: Softwareinvolved will be Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and AutoCad]Assessment: 100% continuous coursework assessmentARCH2058Architectural History and Theory 1 (6 credits)Modern ArchitectureThis course examines the history of modern architecture, from the apex of the IndustrialRevolution to the emergence of post-modernism in the late 1960s. Students willexplore modern architecture not as a cohesive or isolated product of any formal schoolof thought but rather as a complex and contradictory history bound by key formal,theoretical, social, cultural, technological, economic, as well as political moments intime. Throughout the course, students will touch upon two key influences in thedevelopment of modern architecture: the key material changes brought about bytechnology and industrialization as well as received ideas of progress stemming fromthe utopian legacy of the Enlightenment. This course raises major disciplinaryquestions, themes, and issues that will reverberate throughout the subsequentArchitectural History and Theory curriculum. Content will focus primarily upon theEuropean avant-garde, though parallel architectural developments in both NorthAmerica and Asia will also be covered.Assessment: 100% continuous coursework assessment11

Year 2Semester 2ARCH2080 Design 4 (12 credits)Design 4 is the second in a two-course sequence forming a comprehensive introductionto the foundation studies of architecture, addressing the core and related issues essentialto the training of an architect. The course aims to teach architectural literacy, to developcritical and analytical skills, to enhance visual, spatial and ideological sensibilities withcertain emphasis on the presentation of ideas, concepts, and design both in the visualand verbal format. Field trips form an integral part of the course.Assessment: 100% continuous coursework assessmentPre-requisite: ARCH2079 Design 3ARCH2056Building Technology 1 (6 credits)Building PrinciplesThis course addresses the elemental aspects of building and the fundamental principlesof structure. It will present building structures in masonry, timber, concrete, steel, glassand composite and examine the constructional possibilities and limitations of thesematerials. Furthermore it will seek a broad based understanding of how material andconstructional choices are determined by its physical site, program, culture, era andenvironment. The course presents the historical culture of building technology and howmaterial, structural, construction and detail decisions influence the overall architecturalproject. It will be further demonstrated how the importance of well-articulatedgeometries and proper means of measurements in drawing and modeling are anessential and integral part of construction methods and processes. The course materialwill be presented through a series of lectures specific to a material and through analysesof relevant case studies.Assessment: 100% continuous coursework assessmentYear 2 Semester 1 or 2 coursesCAES9121 Communication Course for Architecture Students (6 credits)This English-in-the-Discipline course is designed to help students to respondeffectively to the communication demands of their studio programmes and their futurecareers. The focus is on raising students’ awareness of the genre of professionaldiscourse by providing them with opportunities to enhance their linguistic range in theirapproach to architectural, cultural, real-estate & built environment literacy. Activitiesare organised through engagement in project-based discussion and written tasksdesigned to simulate the English Language demands on Architectural, Surveying &Built Environment professionals. The out-of-class learning component of the coursewill supplement the main aims by consolidating use of vocabulary related toarchitectural, real-estate & built environment and further enhancing students’ writing.Students will also become familiar with self-evaluation and with resources they canaccess to take responsibility to improve their own language skills in future.12

Assessment: 100% continuous coursework assessmentTwo Common Core courses (12 credits)Year 3Semester 1ARCH3079 Design 5 (12 credits)Design 5 is the first in a two-course sequence that focuses on architecture and itscontext with an emphasis on program, spatial organization and the use of digital toolsto conceptualize and present design ideas. The course aims to develop both anawareness of architecture within an urban context and an ability to develop anarchitectural language and design process. A study of an existing area will be madepaying particular attention to its architectural, social and environmental characteristics.This study, which includes basic site analysis, will form the basis of ensuing designprojects, sketch designs and field studies. Field trips form an integral part of the course.Assessment: 100% continuous coursework assessmentPre-requisite: ARCH2080 Design 4ARCH3056Visual Communication 2 (6 credits)Visual ContentVisual Communication 2 focuses on producing visual content through digital modelingand the communication among a variety of associated digital tools for drafts, analysis,diagrams and fabrication. Based upon the knowledge in geometry and computationallogic, this course will construct a series of digital and physical models alongside thedesign studio projects including topography models out of the information available tothe public domain, parametric massing and envelop models with a high degree ofprecision, communicative models for visualizing information through different formatof the visual content, analytical models for design evaluation feedback, and theproduction models from a series of computer controlled fabrication devices, includingthe CNC milling machine, the large-format laser cutter, and a three-dimensionalprinter.Assessment: 100% continuous coursework assessmentARCH3058Architectural History and Theory 2 (6 credits)Global Perspectives IThe purpose of this course is two-fold: to introduce students to the development ofmajor architectural ideas a

Technology, Visual Communications and Disciplinary Elective courses. Apart from Design 1 and 2 which are 6 credits all other design studio courses are 12 credits. All other courses are 6 credit courses. All Design Studios and the majority of Architectural History and Theory, Technology, and Visual Communication courses are

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