Course Programme

Architecture Department

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

 

First year, first semester:

 

ARCH 101       Studio I (2-8) 6

This first design studio course is structured to introduce the students to the design process and explains the context; content, tools, studio culture and work methodology to activate the design studio environment and explore the design language through different means of working in an abstract manner. It is prepared within the scope of basic design principles application, formal ordering systems, and geometric manipulations.  It aims to transfer the use of a range of tools, skills in communication, research, cultural and contextual studies through a series of theoretical and practical bases for working and developing ideas. With a focus on “self and environment” students will engage with the physical body (mass) and space and place through a spatial experience. Investigating various techniques of transformations and controlled articulation of the mass, student perceptions are used to heighten and influence the development of their observation skills and knowledge of the tools of design. Art and design installations will be created as group or individual works and the main project will be supported by several short-term workshops, seminars, research and presentations.

 

ARCH 103       Design Communication I (1-4) 3

This course teaches the fundamentals of drawing and sketching and introduces core competencies in Computer Aided Design and Drafting and provides students with the ability to communicate the visual and technical detail of a design through accurate three-dimensional (3D) models and technical drawings for manufacture.  The primary motive of this discipline is for the student to craft effective and expressive ways to share ideas with others, using an approach focusing on both problem-solving and persuasion.  By experimenting with a variety of media techniques and tools in their design practice, students will enhance their ability to conceptualize, develop, and communicate design ideas and potential outcomes.

 

ARCH 109       Research Methods and Discourses (2-2) 3

The course introduces a systematic approach to conducting research, from developing a research question via critically reading scholarly texts to writing own scholarly texts. It introduces general methodologies of research and discusses a broad spectrum of disciplines which might be used as specific methods/tools in design-related research, such as philosophy, sociology and anthropology.

 

INAD 107        Cultural and Contextual Studies I (3-0) 3

This course focuses on the design and art of ancient cultures of the Mediterranean, central Europe and the Middle East, from prehistory to the early Byzantine and early Islamic periods. It provides a framework through a chronological survey, covering (interior) architecture, sculpture, painting, furniture and minor crafts, being linked to the cultural, political, religious, socio-economic and technological contexts and their agents. The course builds up a sound knowledge of key monuments and of works of art. It develops the necessary skills to diagnose stylistic trends of ancient design and art, and to define their characteristics, such as typology, iconography, material and technique. Finally, it introduces (ancient) theories of design/art, preparing the students for a reflective critical assessment. The course addresses students of design.

 

SOFL 101       Academic English (2,2) 3

 

ARCH 001      Colloquium 1 (0-0) 0

The colloquium aims to expose students to issues of design outside the classroom and provide exposure of different design thinking both among their peers within their departments and other students in the faculty of design. The colloquium is repeated every semester except the last semester.

 

First Year, Second Semester:

 

ARCH 102       Studio 2 (2-8) 6

A continuation of Studio 1, this second semester architectural design studio focuses on the student’s expanded vocabulary of architectural fundamentals, conceptual development through learning experiences that develop their expressional skills. Students will develop their knowledge of the notion of scale, order, nature of materials and ergonomics. They will familiarize themselves with the application of basic design principles and the versatility of organization and ordering systems in plan, section and mixed representations as well as develop their conceptual approach to the design resolve. The studio design brief will explore the effects of architectural elements on the voids they form, and the experiential connections and contradictions made between interior and exterior environments (micro scale to macro scale, interior to exterior), and the techniques of translating information into form. All basic principles and elements that fall within the scope of visual and verbal perception and expression are transferred to students through theoretical and experimental practice to develop an analytical process for design. Students are also introduced to environmental and social responsibilities.

Pre-requisite: ARCH 101.

 

ARCH 104       Design Communication 2 (1-4) 3

This module develops the core 2 and 3-dimensional visual communication skills covered in INAD 103, enabling students to demonstrate significant ability and understanding in how to generate and manipulate 2D and 3D visuals and forms. Digital Illustration and rendering techniques will also be covered within this course.

Pre-requisite: ARCH 103.

 

ARCH 106       Detailing Design Thinking (1-4) 3

This course aims to educate the students in a process of designedly thinking with a vision of designing buildings/spaces via three forms of interaction: creativity, multidisciplinary / interdisciplinary aptitude and learning. Detailed design thinking is introduced as an innovative tool for students’ creative confidence expansion, architectural design problems’ solving, and human-centered exploration. Through empathy, ideation, prototyping and fast testing the student develops an understanding of human needs and therefore suggests more appropriate design solutions to meet those needs.

 

ARCH 108       Technology and Science in Architecture 1 (2-4) 3

The development of particular structural forms or building materials over the centuries is the outcome of trial‐and‐error experimentation, systematic observation, and application of such building principles to other building projects. As the first course in its series this course, with the knowledge build up from the previous courses in history, design and etc., intends to explore body and mind interactions in human activity; nature and human relationships; processes that guide the human activity in social forms; structure of making; techno, technics, tectonics; and the handling of the universal and local formations of knowledge in the context of material-structure-construction trilogy. This, first in its series, will form the base for the next 3 courses in the series where each will deal with advanced and complex developments in Technology and Science.

 

INAD 108        Cultural and Contextual Studies 2 (3-0) 3

This course focuses on the design and art of western and eastern cultures, from the Middle Ages to the Baroque period, including the Seljuk and Ottoman periods. It provides a framework through a chronological survey, covering (interior) architecture, sculpture, painting, furniture and minor crafts, being linked to the cultural, political, religious, socio-economic and technological contexts and their agents. The course builds up a sound knowledge of key monuments and of works of art. It develops the necessary skills to diagnose stylistic trends of the design and art of the mentioned cultures and/or periods, and to define their characteristics, such as typology, iconography, material and technique. Finally, it introduces theories of design/art, enhancing the students’ reflective critical assessment. The course addresses students of design.

 

SOFL 102       Academic English 2 (2,2) 3

 

ARCH 002       Colloquium 2 (0-0) 0

The colloquium aims to expose students to issues of design outside the classroom and provide exposure of different design thinking both among their peers within their departments and other students in the faculty of design. The colloquium is repeated every semester except the last semester.

 

Second Year, Third Semester

 

ARCH 201       Studio 3 (2-8) 6

This third semester architectural design studio focuses on developing personal design statements whilst introducing the material artifacts and details of the built form, its site relationships and structure.  Through analyzing and developing an understanding of social, cultural and architectural environments, students are encouraged to immerse themselves in a reflective design process that produces a coherent and speculative design program. Through developing their designs and building projects, students are introduced to site design, accessibility requirements, climatic design resolutions and the address of the diverse needs of the users.

Pre-requisite: ARCH 102.

 

ARCH 203       Digital Tools in Architecture 1 (1-4) 3

This course aims to introduce and discuss the history of computers and the emergence of digital tools. While surveying the impacts of digital perspective in the physical and social environment, basic forms of computational and interactive design is experimented. Students will develop an awareness of design possibilities through implementing open source digital tools in their design processes. The phase from basic digital language and tools to composed designs interacting the human senses and how the digital and mixed technology improved architectural use of materials, structure and space will be examined.

 

ARCH 205       Universal Design 1 (2-2) 3

This course aims to introduce the student to a range of different human-centered, user led and participatory design approaches that can be used with design tools for design solutions that are in line with Universal Design principles.  Key issues such as social inclusion, disability equality, human rights, gender, ethnicity and race equality, together with sustainability and accessibility, will be discussed with an aim to inspire and promote sustainable and inclusive student design solutions in a legal and ethically responsible manner.  The main focus is to instill an empathic obligation in students to meet the diverse and changing needs of all people through each design challenge.

 

ARCH 207       Technology and Science in Architecture 2 (2-2) 3

The shapes that are adopted for structural elements are affected, to a large extent, by the nature of the materials from which they are made. The physical properties of materials determine the types of internal force which they can carry, therefore, the types of element for which they are suitable. This course which is the second in its series, not only focuses on how and why different structures can stand or fall, but mainly aims to inform the students why structures have always had a decisive influence on architecture and the role of architect in structures.

Pre-requisite: ARCH 108.

 

INAD 209        Cultural and Contextual Studies 3 (3-0) 3

This course focuses on modern and postmodern design and art, ranging from the Industrial Revolution and Enlightenment to the end of the 20th century. It provides a framework through a chronological survey, covering (interior) architecture, sculpture, painting, furniture, industrial and graphic design, being linked to the cultural, political, religious, socio-economic and technological contexts and their agents. The course builds up a sound knowledge of key monuments and of works of design and art. It develops the necessary skills to diagnose stylistic trends of the design and art of the mentioned timeframe, and to define their characteristics, such as typology, iconography, material and technique. Finally, it introduces modern and postmodern theories of design/art, enhancing the students’ reflective critical assessment. The course addresses students of design.

 

TUDI 201        Turkish Language 1 (2,0) 2

 

AITT 201         History of Atatürk Principles and Revolutions 1 (2,0) 2

 

ARCH 003       Colloquium 3 (0-0) 0

The colloquium aims to expose students to issues of design outside the classroom and provide exposure of different design thinking both among their peers within their departments and other students in the faculty of design. The colloquium is repeated every semester except the last semester.

 

Second Year, Fourth Semester:

 

ARCH 202       Studio 4 (2-8) 6

Fourth semester architectural design studio presents the design language in close relation to techniques of modeling, drawing and digital processes for the construction of the design idea. Students achieve a comprehension of space, the connection methods of architectural elements, material forms and structures in different dimensions, to include both the physical and phenomenological aspects found within an urban site. Addressing public space design, circulation and urban relationships, it will focus on the technical aspects of structure, construction, surface and materials, material constraints in indoor and outdoor spaces. Through the construction of material specific models, mechanical infrastructures, structural articulation and environmental systems will be considered cohesively throughout the design process. Students will also experience the limits of transaction between digital and physical media.

Pre-requisite: ARCH 201

 

ARCH 204       Digital Tools in Architecture 2 (1-4) 3

Continuation of Digital Tools in Architecture 1, this course continues to develop the students’ knowledge of basic theoretical and practical foundations of digital practice to explore and apply theories, media and techniques for engagement in architectural designs. The course addresses issues influencing the architectural work developed through digital tools, such as design theories, digital media, digital design techniques, computational concepts, rule-based design processes and operational paradigms. Through the theoretical and practical study of digital tools and processes, their application to the designed built environment will be examined. Regarding the conceptualization, exploration, production, and ultimate representation of architecture, the collaborative work of multi-disciplinary use of digital tools will be practiced through the possibilities presented by different software. Students will develop 3D modeling techniques, experiment with advanced geometric concepts using parametric design to explore and investigate new materials and structures in architectural design. Pre-requisite: ARCH 203.

 

ARCH 206       Universal Design 2 (2-2) 3

A continuation of Universal Design 1, this course pursues a more in-depth application of universal design principles with a focus on sustainability issues and their application to design challenges.  The course will emphasize the contribution of design ethics and eco legislation to sustainable design practice, as well as the social and physical impact of design on man and the environment.  It aims to provide students with the necessary understanding, knowledge and skills to instil sustainable attitudes and green behaviour towards a universally sustainable design approach for people and the environment.

 

ARCH 208       Technology and Science in Architecture 3 (2-4) 4

Third in its series this course compiles the information from the previous three semesters and aims to present students how developing technologies have significantly expanded spatial and structural possibilities in architecture. The course also emphasized that architectural discourse and practices must consider broad sets of references as guiding parameters; scientific developments that affect building methods and strategies therefore have to be associated to context-specific influences.

 

ARCH 200       Internship 1 (0-0) 0

The internship series are designed as a transition medium from education to the profession and aims to provide the students with the knowledge, integrity, judgment, skills and discipline required to enter professional life.  It is an industry centered placement that offers students the opportunity to experience ‘working life’ within workplaces in the field of the students’ program/subject discipline; typically, architects’ offices (but could include opportunities at practices in related fields depending on the students’ personal career path).

Co-requisite: ARCH 202.

 

TUDI 202        Turkish Language 2 (2,0) 2

 

AITT 202         History of Atatürk Principles and Revolutions 2 (2,0) 2

 

ARCH 004       Colloquium 4 (0-0) 0

The colloquium aims to expose students to issues of design outside the classroom and provide exposure of different design thinking both among their peers within their departments and other students in the faculty of design. The colloquium is repeated every semester except the last semester.

 

Third Year, Fifth Semester.

 

ARCH 301       Studio 5 (2-8) 6

In architectural design studio 5, the physical realities of the building and the dual effect of design and environment in a wider urban (metropolis) scale context is to be investigated. Emphasis will be placed on a methodology of transformation as an approach to the realization of various spatial organizations, material characteristics of surfaces and enclosure methods, as well as structure and construction technologies.  Students awareness will also be directed to the design resolve’s tectonics and environmental implications, the proposed design’s performance in urban, universal, global context (metropolis).

Pre-requisite: ARCH 202.

 

ARCH 303       Architecture and the City (2-0) 2

This course aims to observe the structure of the cities and the ways they are changing or can be changed. It also presents the theories of city formation, evolution and transformation.  It explores the principles of urban form and the philosophy of urban design and planning offers. The course is composed of theoretical modules and discussion periods, and practical modules that include field trips, surveys, analysis and projects.

Co-requisite: ARCH 301.

 

ARCH 305       Universal Design 3 (1-2) 2

A continuation of Universal Design 2, this course pursues a more advanced application of universal design principles with a focus on accessibility issues and their application to design challenges.  The course will emphasize the contribution of design ethics and values to good design practice, as well as the social implications of design, and issues of design exclusion for disabled and aged persons.  It aims to provide students with the necessary understanding, knowledge and skills to instill empathic attitudes and behavior towards a universally accessible design approach for such social groups.

Pre-requisites: ARCH 205, ARCH 206.

 

Department Elective 1 (x,x) 3

 

Faculty Elective 1 (x,x) 3

 

University Elective 1 (x,x) 3

 

ARCH 005       Colloquium 5 (0-0) 0

The colloquium aims to expose students to issues of design outside the classroom and provide exposure of different design thinking both among their peers within their departments and other students in the faculty of design. The colloquium is repeated every semester except the last semester.

 

Third Year, Sixth Semester:

 

ARCH 302       Studio 6 (2-8) 6

The aim of architectural design studio 6 is to develop the ability to work in comprehensive design situations within a large-scale urban context. Through understanding this context students will acquire the ability to express a contemporary architectural design resolve whilst investigating the concerns of the urban necessities (social, economic, cultural, political). Students will analyze and determine the tectonic logic of different aspects of public and institutional space as well as architectural elements and their intricacies. Advancing on the knowledge and abilities established in previous studios, this design studio focuses on unique design ideas that present argument for interdisciplinary relations and reflections on design realizations.   The human-space-function relationships, original spatial compositions, associated articulation of formal spatial organization, use of materials, construction techniques, texture, light and other necessary details will be discussed and applied in detail.

Pre-requisites: ARCH 301.

 

ARCH 306       Universal Design 4 (1-2) 2

This final part of the Universal Design series combines all of the previous understanding, knowledge and skills gleaned from the course for its application to the ARCH 451 Final Major  Project Proposal.  Students will provide evidence of the pragmatics of inclusive, universal design for their final project with the support of a theoretical and critical framework.  Students will demonstrate the interrelationship between design quality, best practice and inclusive, universal design within their final design resolve as well as their ability to source and apply quantitative and qualitative information regarding the fit between humans and their final design project.  Students will be encouraged to develop inclusive methods of representation in accordance with ethical values, legal standards and sustainable practices.

Co-requisite: ARCH 302.

 

ARCH 300       Internship 2 (0-0) 0

A continuation of Internship 1, this industry centered placement offers students the opportunity to develop their work experience as means to clarify career goals, give insight into the way organizations operate, increase their industry related skills and knowledge and provide them with networking opportunities.

Co-requisite: ARCH 302.

 

Department Elective 2 (x,x) 3

 

Faculty Elective 2 (x,x) 3

 

University Elective 2 (x,x) 3

 

ARCH 006       Colloquium 6 (0-0) 0

The colloquium aims to expose students to issues of design outside the classroom and provide exposure of different design thinking both among their peers within their departments and other students in the faculty of design. The colloquium is repeated every semester except the last semester.

 

Fourth YEAR, Seventh Semester:

 

ARCH 451       Final Project Proposal (1-4) 3

This course aims to develop a methodology through which students conceptually and technically manifest the ability and knowledge they acquired to develop their design concepts. Students will apply context and site-specific research and analysis to a thesis proposal, which, as a contribution to contemporary discourse, is to be developed and defended within their Final Major Project Studio. Focus is placed on the fulfilment of the required needs of research, observation and developed programs for a self-sufficient, innovative architectural proposal. Students will apply a critical approach to architecture through the questioning of its role in contemporary and future society and the theoretical and technological impact on architectural design today.

Pre-requisites: ARCH 302; Co-requisite: ARCH 401.

 

ARCH 401       Experimental Studio (2-6) 5

This experimental design studio aims to re-evaluate students’ skills and design approaches as a means to broaden their design abilities towards independent thinking and design problem solving when presented with unexpected situations.  Students will be encouraged to apply an independent methodology for dealing with accidental shifts, created errors and distortions of reality, to construct the sense of the idea’s manifestation. Studio will focus on the idea and the act of experimentation in design thinking, conceptualization and realization. The aim is of this studio is to encourage students to deepen their research for the final major project proposal within the different disciplines. The close link between the lab based Experimental Design Studio and ‘Discourses in Contemporary Architecture’ course is to enable students to evaluate and reflect on the contemporary architectural theories through abstraction of their experimentation for the philosophy of architecture.

Pre-requisite: ARCH 303; Co-Requisite: ARCH451, ARCH407

 

ARCH 407       Discourses in Contemporary Architecture (1-2) 2

This course attempts to question the added value of contemporary architects’ works to the rich global architecture discourse. Through a series of reading, discussion and presentation sessions based on a number of local and global architects and their works, a platform for debates is formed.  Students emerge with a critical understanding of contemporary architecture discourse and learn to express their understanding of the theoretical format.

Pre-requisite: ARCH 304. Co-requisite: ARCH 451.

 

Department Elective 3 (x,x) 3

 

Faculty Elective 3 (x,x) 3

 

University Elective 3 (x,x) 3

 

ARCH 007       Colloquium 7 (0-0) 0

The colloquium aims to expose students to issues of design outside the classroom and provide exposure of different design thinking both among their peers within their departments and other students in the faculty of design. The colloquium is repeated every semester except the last semester.

 

Fourth Year, Eighth Semester:

 

ARCH 452       Final Project (2-12) 8

In this studio students will develop their Final Major Project Proposal from the previous semester to an architectural design project and defend them through series of juries. Under control of a jury students realize their architectural projects independently. Studies develop through jury sessions. In the first 4 weeks jury sessions is made every week. Then the jury session continues in every three weeks.

Pre-requisite: ARCH451, ARCH 401

 

ARCH 404       Design Project Realization (1-4) 3

This course aims to provide students with the knowledge, principles and practices from the economic and commercial aspects of architecture. Design practice is understood as a component of a global economy. Microeconomics theory as it applies to private enterprise: basic business economics, planning, and management. Attention is also given to the processes and skills required in establishing an independent architectural office and delivering/managing of architectural projects.

Pre-requisite: ARCH 401.

 

Department Elective 4 (x,x) 3

 

Faculty Elective 4 (x,x) 3

 

University Elective 4 (x,x) 3

 

DEPARTMENT ELECTIVE COURSES:

 

ARCH 320      Designing with Light and Shadow (2-2) 3

This elective course discusses the roles and effects of light and shadow in the creation of architectural atmospheres. Through a series of lectures and experimental exercises, the student will explore the various ways that light and shadow can be used as architectural elements to great effect of the senses and the way in which space is perceived.

 

ARCH 332       Place, Space and Poetics (2-2) 3   

This elective course discusses architectural strategies for the intervention of existing buildings for adaptive re-use.  It focuses on a phenomenological framework for understanding spatial values such as historical, sociological, psychological, artistic and cultural associations and the role of empathy in design application.  The course aims to expose students to the poetics of place and space, and the embodied meaning of the elements contained within them.

 

ARCH 350      The Ancient and early Medieval City (2-2) 3

This course discusses the development of urbanity in the Mediterranean, central Europe and the Middle East from prehistory to the early Middle Ages/early Islamic period, focusing on ancient Greece and the Roman world. It provides a framework through a chronological survey, being linked to the cultural, political, religious, socio-economic and technological contexts and their agents. It develops the ability to read the lay-out of organically grown or planned cities/town, and to define the spatial organization of their public, religious, commercial and residential functions. The course emphasizes various aspects, such as the city as center of economy and trade, the relationship between city and countryside, the transformation from the Pagan to the Christian, and from the Christian to the Islamic city, and urban planning and design as reflection of institutional or private power. Finally, it introduces (ancient) theories of urban planning and design. The course addresses students of (interior) architecture.

 

ARCH 360      Structuralism (2-2) 3   

This course emphasizes the relationship of culture and architecture, urban planning and construction, which must be understood as an overarching system or structure. The course equips students with design awareness and comprehensive understanding of traditional and emerging technologies in architecture and construction techniques. It forms the link between design concept and construction and provides high-level skills in projects of all types and scales and prepares students to use sophisticated and powerful information tools and techniques.

 

ARCH 361      Technology In-Between (2-2) 3

In this course, the students will examine art and craft work where technology plays an important role in their creation through a series of investigations and weekly group discussions of specific examples. Each student will examine and experiment with a unique (cause-effect, event-object, idea-behavior) knitted organism. Such works may be developed as installations of sound, visuals, computation, or as technological objects, membranes etc. All works should be fulfilled and supported with a critical text to evaluate and link the process with the work or product.

 

ARCH 440       Architecture, Urban Space and Technology in Science Fiction Film (2-2) 3

The course analyses the architectural, urban and technological mises en scène of science fiction utopias and dystopias from the  1920s to the 2000s, and of  the modern and postmodern eras. At first, students are required to classify the displayed settings before assessing if these settings mirror contemporary architectural, urban and technological discourses and theories. Subsequently, the course investigates if and how specific mises en scène support specific utopian or dystopian texts. It concludes with the hypothesis that the mises en scènes of science fiction films may reveal widely, yet possibly subconsciously understandable general meanings of architecture, urbanity and technology. The course requires the screening and discussion of selected films and of related scholarly literature. It addresses students of art and design of the 3rd and 4th years. Pre-requisite: 3rd and 4th year standing.

 

ARCH 441      Film and Space (2-2) 3

The medium and tools of ‘film’ are important in the observation and regeneration of a work of design. This course aims to develop a critical and analytical point of view to define a context related methodology. Students are encouraged to construct interdisciplinary works of art and architecture through analytical evaluation and experimentation of ‘film space’. Students work on a self/group-initiated concepts, context and develop works of storyboards, illustration works, experimental short videos, experimental installations through which self-expression and point of view should emerge. All works should be fulfilled and supported with a critical text.

 

ARCH 450       Resilience (3,0) 3

This course is designed for 4th year students where the theory of resilience is introduced. Within the concept of resilience, the students will be exposed to the phenomenon of ‘city resilience’ where the vulnerabilities of urban settlements will be explored in order to develop synergy within the existing resources of cities. Consequently, the course will seek how to apply these synergies to develop an interaction of different systems to improve the resilience of cities to cope with uncertain disturbances the cities might face, i.e. man-made disasters, natural disasters, infrastructure and etc.

 

FACULTY ELECTIVE COURSES:

 

INDD 330        Buildings transformations (2-2) 3

This course focuses on building reuse or transformation (re-functioning). The process of repurposing buildings, both old and historical, that have outlived their original purposes is studied. The students in this course also comprehend how to integrate sustainability in their approach to their solutions of design, understanding different layers of a building from structure to energy.

 

INDD   411      Body Adornment Design (2-2) 3

This course embraces the inter-relations of concept, adornment, ornamentation, product and narrative connections.  Students will be introduced to the ways in which focus is drawn to the body through adornment, restriction, ornamentation, concealment and distortion and apply this knowledge to their design resolves. Students will analyze and explore how to promote or provoke expression through the physical relationship between the body and “wearable” objects and explore the imbued narratives associated with a specific item/object/concept and the impact they have on the success of the design itself.  Students will apply conceptual thinking and a range of technical skills to the production of body adornment and to consolidate the relationship between studio practice, research and theory.

 

INAD   412         Sensory Interior Design (2-2) 3

This course aims to analyze how humans perceive a spatial experience through their senses and how the materials used for interior elements within that space affect this experience. Students will gain an understanding of the pragmatic concepts of interior design, such as: functionality, light, ventilation, acoustics, color and materials, as well as the semantic meanings of how these elements can affect the emotions, psychology and physiology of humans.

 

UNIVERSITY ELECTIVES:

 

Consists of comprehensive courses offered by the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Communication.

 

ELECTIVES OFFERED FOR OTHER FACULTIES:

 

ARCH 332       Place, Space and Poetics (2-2) 3      

INDD   411      Body Adornment Design (2-2) 3

INAD   412      Sensory Interior Design (2-2) 3