Architectural History (FIA-120)
This course provides the student the visual and literary vocabulary that adds to the first semester course a fundamental perception of the aesthetics and construction techniques involved with the art of architecture. Included are the architectural advancements and styles within a variety of global cultural and literary history gleaned from a variety of sources. This will enable the student to critically think when writing the term paper. This course covers the occasion of the renaissance to the baroque, neo-classical and the Age of Reason, 19th century, and the modern period up to the post-modern, global period. 3 lecture hours per week. 3 credit hours.