ARCH 372 E7 - Designing for Human Well-being
This course focuses on person-environment relationships to improve the well-being outcomes of design. Students explore nested environmental scales, human and built context, natural environment systems, cultural perspectives, multi-sensory perception, and widely accessible, enabling and inclusive environments. This course introduces design projects as discrete places, both within and influenced by broader physical, social, cultural, and economic systems. This class requires field trips. Course Information: Prerequisite: ARCH 171, 172, 273, 274, 321, 371 or consent of Instructor. Course restricted to BSAS majors with junior standing or above.
This course is online. We will make use of a Hy-Flex online delivery option where students will be able to interact with the instructor and peers, both on synchronous and asynchronous mode. We will make use of three online resources: GOOGLE DRIVE AND MAIL for internal mail, news, reading material and project submissions; CONCEPTBOARD for Asynchronous online meetings, crits and corrections; and ZOOM for Synchronous meetings and lectures.
Option 1Number of Required Visit(s): 0
Course Level: Undergraduate