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Courses: Architectural Design I (ARC-101)

Architectural Design I (ARC-101)
This course introduces the student to architectural design through the examination of basic principles and elements of design. Human needs such as personal identity, privacy, community and security are studied and applied to a series of problems in spatial organization. The student learns through skills such as sketching and 3-D modeling to create a design language of three-dimensional relationships. Spatial relationships of three dimensions and the philosophy of architectural design are also included in this course. 3 lecture and 5 laboratory hours per week. 5 credit hours.

Course Name: ARC-101
Departments: Engineering
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