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Courses: Intro to Architecture & Cultur (ARC-105)

Intro to Architecture & Cultur (ARC-105)
An introductory study of architecture and design issues that impact society. This course is for students interested in pursuing studies in architecture and design fields such as landscape architecture, interior design, urban planning, historic preservation, real estate, and facilities design. It explores how architecture and environments impact and shape our lives and communities. Technical aspects of architecture will be introduced through examples as well as the cultural and historic basis for design. Prerequisite: ENG 088. 3 lecture and 3 laboratory hours per week. 3 credit hours.

Course Name: ARC-105
Departments: Engineering
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Prerequisites: ENG-088 or Accuplacer Reading Min score 71
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