SPRING 2017 ARCHITECTURE COURSE ELECTIVES

Additional elective course descriptions will be posted as they become available. 

ARCH 415.H: "Nineteenth Century Architecture"
Professor Heather Grossman
3 credit hours
Tuesday and Thursday 11:00am – 12:20 pm 

ARCH 416.M: "Modern American Architecture"
Professor Jennifer Burns 
3 credit hours
Monday and Wednesday 11:00am - 12:20pm, TBD

ARCH 419.P: "Historic Building Preservation"
Professor Paul Kapp
3 credit hours
Monday, Wednesday and Friday 11:00 – 11:50am, 102B Architecture Building

ARCH 510: “History of World Landscapes”

ARCH 510: “History of World Landscapes”
Professor Elen Deming
4 credit hours
Lecture/Discussion - Tuesday 9:30 – 10:50am, 325 Temple Hoyne Buell Hall

ARCH 511.ANC: "Seminar in Ancient Architecture"
Professor John Senseney
3 credit hours, Topic: “The Ancient Origins of Architecture”
Tuesday 9:30am – 12:20pm, 102A Architecture Building

ARCH 544.D: "Building Systems & Design Integration"
Professor Michael Kim
4 credit hours
Tuesday and Thursday 9:30am – 11:50am, 17 Temple Hoyne Buell Hall

ARCH 563.C: "Social and Behavioral Research in Designed Environments"
Professor Kathryn Anthony
4 credit hours
Tuesday and Thursday 2:00 – 4:50pm, 102A Architecture Building 

ARCH 576: Architectural Design Seminar

ARCH 576.ACB: "Architecture, Cinema, Environment and Behavior"
Professor Kathryn Anthony
3 credit hours
Thursday 2:00 – 4:50pm, 102A Architecture Building

ARCH 576.CLI: "Climate Design"
Professor Ralph Hammann
3 credit hours
Thursday 2:00 – 4:50pm, 17 Temple Hoyne Buell Hall.

ARCH 576.EXP: "Experimental Envelopes"
Professor Scott Murray
3 credit hours
Thursday, 9:30am – 12:20pm, 102A Architecture Building

ARCH 576.EM: "Eco-Mini"
Professor Vidar Lerum
3 credit hours
Monday, 9:00 – 11:50am, 17 Temple Hoyne Buell Hall

ARCH 576.FWK: "Furniture Workshop"
Professor Carl Lewis
3 credit hours
Tuesday, 5:00 – 7:50pm, Annex Fabrication Shop

ARCH 576.CHA: "Critical Issues in Contemporary Healthcare Architecture"
Professor William Worn
3 credit hours
Tuesday, 10:00 – 11:50am, Wednesday 9:00-11:50am, Chicago Studio

ARCH 576.MP: "The Legacy of Mid Century Modernism in Central Illinois"
Professor Jeffrey Poss
3 credit hours
Wednesday, 9:00 – 11:50am, 17 Temple Hoyne Buell Hall

ARCH 576.UI: "Urban Investigations: A Manifesto for the 21st Century Metropolis"
Professor Kevin Erickson
3 credit hours
Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 12:00-12:50pm, 205 Architecture Building

ARCH 576.URM: "Urban Matters: City Thresholds"
Professor Sara Bartumeus
3 credit hours
Thursday, 9:30am – 12:20pm, 102B Architecture Building

ARCH 576.ISH: "Work, Float, Grow"
Professor Mark Taylor
3 credit hours
Tuesday, 9:30am-12:20pm, TBD

ARCH 576.PIN: "Performance and Design: Parametric Integration"
Professor Yun Kyu Yi
3 credit hours
Tuesday, 9:30am-12:20pm, 102B Architecture Building

ARCH 576.AVR: "Representational versus Non-Representational"
Professor Aaron Brakke
3 credit hours
Wednesday, 9:00-11:50am, 17 Temple Hoyne Buell Hall 

ARCHITECTURE 593: Special Problems in Architectural Practice and Management

ARCH 593.PI4: "Professional Integration"
Professor William Worn
4 credit hours
Arranged, Chicago Studio students only

ARCHITECTURE 595: Special Problems in Structural Theory and Design

ARCH 595.IN: “Integrated Design and Construction of Buildings "
Professor Abbas Aminmansour
4 credit hours
Tuesday, 3:30 – 6:20pm, 302 Architecture Building

INDEPENDENT STUDY

Independent Study – ARCH401 (undergrad) & ARCH 597 (grad): A less structured  study opportunity specifically provided for students who want to pursue an educational experience that is not available within the school’s formal course and seminar offerings. Independent study courses are initiated by a student who should use the ARCH401/597 formto define and describe their independent study course. Once a student has completed this form, they should identify a faculty member who is willing to serve as the instructor to meet with and mentor the student. Have that faculty member review and approve the form then submit to the school’s undergrad office for ARCH 401 and the grad office for ARCH 597 for review and approval.

Forms are due to either the graduate and undergraduate office for review by the day before the deadline to add an UG semester course or a GRAD semester course via Student Self-Service.
ARCH401 Independent Study Form

DIRECTED RESEARCH

Directed Research – ARCH498 (undergrad) & ARCH 590 (grad): A less structured study opportunity specifically provided so that students can work with faculty members in their scholarly endeavors.  Directed research experiences should demonstrate substantial benefit to the student’s course of study in his/her undergraduate or graduate education. Any directed research proposal should be developed jointly between faculty member and student. Student-faculty teams should use the ARCH498/590 form to define and describe the directed research project they have developed. The faculty member should review and approve the form then the student should submit the completed form to the School’s Undergrad office for ARCH 498 and Grad office for ARCH 590 for review and approval.

Forms are due to either the graduate and undergraduate office for review by the day before the deadline to add an UG semester course or a GRAD semester course via Student Self-Service.
ARCH498 Directed Research Form

FALL 2016 ARCHITECTURE COURSE ELECTIVES

Additional elective course descriptions will be posted as they become available. 

ARCH 403.MED: "Mediterranean Cities"
Professor Heather Grossman
3 credit hours
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11:00am-12:20pm, 302 ARCH

ARCH 412.M: "Medieval Architecture"
Professor Heather Grossman 
3 credit hours
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 2:00pm-3:20pm, 62 KAM 

ARCH 417.T "Twentieth-Century Architecture"
Professor Jennifer Burns 
3 credit hours
Mondays and Wednesdays, 11:00am - 12:00pm, 62 KAM

ARCH 423.B: "Social and Behaviroal Factors for Design"
Professor Kathryn Anthony
3 credit hours
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9:30am-10:50am, 102A ARCH

ARCH 424.B" "Gender and Race in Contemporary Architecture"
Professor Kathryn Anthony
3 credit hours
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11:00am-12:20pm, 102A ARCH

ARCH 490.ED1 or ED2: "Environment and Global Health"
Professor Lynne Dearborn
3 credit hours
Tuesdays 11:00am-11:50am or Thursdays 1:00pm-1:50pm (discussions Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:30-4:50), 209 HUFF

ARCH 576.AP: "Architectural Programming"
Professor David Chasco 
3 credit hours
Wednesdays, 8:00am-10:50am, 205 ARCH

ARCH 576.CAT: "Contemporary Architectural Topics or History of the Immediate Future"
Professor Therese Tierney
3 credit hours
Fridays, 9:00am-11:50am, 205 ARCH

ARCH 576.ISH: "Work - Float - Grow"
Professor Mark Taylor
3 credit hours
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 9:30am-12:20pm, TBD

ARCH 576.FAB: "Architecture in the Age of Digital Reproduction" 
Professor Erik Hemingway
3 credit hours
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 12:00pm-12:50pm, 17 TBH

Arch 576.JAU: "The Bubble and Beyond: Japanese Architecture Since the 1970s"
Professor Botond Bognar 
3 credit hours
Tuesdays, 5:00pm-7:50pm, 17 TBH

ARCH 594.DD: "Daylighting Design: Systems Performance and Human Factors"
Professor Mohamed Boubekri
3 credit hours
Wednesdays, 8:00am-10:50am, 17 TBH

ARCH 594.M: "Building Mechanical Systems" 
Professor Richard Strand 
3 credit hours
Wednesdays, 11:00am-12:20pm, 102B ARCH

URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING

UP 405: "Watershed Ecology and Planning"
Professor Daniel Schneider
4 credit hours
Mondays, 3:00pm-3:50pm, 223 TBH; Wednesdays, 3:00pm-4:50pm, 227 TBH

UP 420: "Planning for Historic Preservation"
Professor Alice Novak 
4 credit hours
Mondays and Wedesdays, 10:30am-11:50am, 225 TBH

UP 423: "Community Development in the Global South"
Professor F. Miraftab
4 credit hours
Thursdays, 11:00am-12:20pm, 223 TBH

UP 438: "Disasters and Urban Planning"
Professor Rob Olshansky
4 credit hours
Mondays and Wednesdays, 9:00am-10:20am, 225 TBH

UP 494: "Civic Tech and the Digital City"
1 to 6 credit hours

INDEPENDENT STUDY

Independent Study – ARCH401 (undergrad) & ARCH 597 (grad): A less structured  study opportunity specifically provided for students who want to pursue an educational experience that is not available within the school’s formal course and seminar offerings. Independent study courses are initiated by a student who should use the ARCH401/597 formto define and describe their independent study course. Once a student has completed this form, they should identify a faculty member who is willing to serve as the instructor to meet with and mentor the student. Have that faculty member review and approve the form then submit to the school’s undergrad office for ARCH 401 and the grad office for ARCH 597 for review and approval.

Forms are due to either the graduate and undergraduate office for review by the day before the deadline to add an UG semester course or a GRAD semester course via Student Self-Service.
ARCH401 Independent Study Form

DIRECTED RESEARCH

Directed Research – ARCH498 (undergrad) & ARCH 590 (grad): A less structured study opportunity specifically provided so that students can work with faculty members in their scholarly endeavors.  Directed research experiences should demonstrate substantial benefit to the student’s course of study in his/her undergraduate or graduate education. Any directed research proposal should be developed jointly between faculty member and student. Student-faculty teams should use the ARCH498/590 form to define and describe the directed research project they have developed. The faculty member should review and approve the form then the student should submit the completed form to the School’s Undergrad office for ARCH 498 and Grad office for ARCH 590 for review and approval.

Forms are due to either the graduate and undergraduate office for review by the day before the deadline to add an UG semester course or a GRAD semester course via Student Self-Service.
ARCH498 Directed Research Form

SPRING 2016 ARCHITECTURE COURSE ELECTIVES

Additional elective course descriptions will be posted as they become available. 

ARCH 410.A: "Ancient Egyptian & Greek Architecture"
Professor John Senseney
3 credit hours
Tuesday and Thursday 2:00 – 3:20 pm, 110 Speech & Hearing Science Building 

ARCH 416.M: "Modern American Architecture"
Professor Jennifer Burns 
3 credit hours
Monday and Wednesday 11:00am - 12:20pm, 107 Art and Design Building 

ARCH 419.P: "Historic Building Preservation"
Professor Paul Kapp
3 credit hours
Monday, Wednesday and Friday 11:00 – 11:50am, 102B Architecture Building

ARCH 510: “History of World Landscapes”

ARCH 510.AL1: Lecture
Professor Ellen Deming
4 credit hours
Lecture - Tuesday and Thursday 3:30 – 4:50pm, 103 Talbot Laboratory

ARCH 510.AD1: Discussion
Professor Ellen Deming
Discussion - Friday 12:00 – 12:50pm, 325 Temple Hoyne Buell Hall

ARCH 511.ANC: "Seminar in Ancient Architecture"
Professor John Senseney
3 credit hours, Topic: “The Ancient Origins of Architecture”
Tuesday 9:30am – 12:20pm, 102A Architecture Building

ARCH 544.D: "Building Systems & Design Integration"
Professor Michael Kim
4 credit hours
Tuesday and Thursday 9:30AM – 11:50am, 17 Temple Hoyne Buell Hall

ARCH 576: Architectural Design Seminar

ARCH 576.ACB: "Architecture, Cinema, Environment and Behavior"
Professor Kathryn Anthony
3 credit hours
Thursday 2:00 – 4:50pm, 102A Architecture Building

ARCH 576.CLI: "Climate Design"
Professor Ralph Hammann
3 credit hours
Thursday 2:00 – 4:50pm, 17 Temple Hoyne Buell Hall.

ARCH 576.CRW: "Curtain Wall Design and Construction"
Professor Scott Murray
3 credit hours
Thursday, 9:30am – 12:20pm, 102A Architecture Building

Arch 576.ECA: "Experiencing Chicago Architecture"
Professor Joy Malnar
3 credit hours
Arranged, Chicago Studio students only

ARCH 576.ED: "Entrepreneurship in Design, Diversity, Environment & Behavior"
Professor Kathryn Anthony
3 credit hours
Tuesday 2:00 – 4:50pm, 102A Architecture Building

ARCH 576.EM: "Eco-Mini"
Professor Vidar Lerum
3 credit hours
Monday, 9:00 – 11:50am, 17 Temple Hoyne Buell Hall

ARCH 576.FWK: "Furniture Workshop"
Professor Carl Lewis
3 credit hours
Thursday, 5:00 – 7:50pm, TBD

ARCH 576.MP: "Thin Skinned: Exploring Design Though Vacuum Forming"
Professor Jeffrey Poss
3 credit hours
Wednesday, 9:00 – 11:50am, TBD

ARCH 576.TTT: "Technics/Time/Tropes: Readings on Technology and the Built Environment"
Professor John Stallmeyer
3 credit hours
Friday, 9:00 – 11:50am, 17 Temple Hoyne Buell Hall

ARCH 576.URM: "Urban Matters: City Thresholds"
Professor Sara Bartumeus
3 credit hours
Thursday, 9:30am – 12:20pm, TBD

ARCHITECTURE 593: Special Problems in Architectural Practice and Management

ARCH 593.PI4: "Professional Integration"
Professor Joy Malnar
4 credit hours
Arranged, Chicago Studio students only

ARCHITECTURE 594: Special Problems in Building Science & Technology

ARCH 594.BCS: “Building Energy Case Studies"
Professor Richard Strand
3 credit hours
Monday and Wednesday, 11:00am – 12:20pm, TBD

ARCH 594.GDS: “Assessment of Green Design strategies Using Computer Simulation"
Professor Mohamed Boubekri
3 credit hours
Monday, 8:00 – 11:50am, TBD

ARCHITECTURE 595: Special Problems in Structural Theory and Design

ARCH 595.IN: “Integrated Design and Construction of Buildings"
Professor Abbas Aminmansour
4 credit hours
Tuesday, 3:30 – 6:20pm, TBD

INDEPENDENT STUDY

Independent Study – ARCH401 (undergrad) & ARCH 597 (grad): A less structured  study opportunity specifically provided for students who want to pursue an educational experience that is not available within the school’s formal course and seminar offerings. Independent study courses are initiated by a student who should use the ARCH401/597 formto define and describe their independent study course. Once a student has completed this form, they should identify a faculty member who is willing to serve as the instructor to meet with and mentor the student. Have that faculty member review and approve the form then submit to the school’s undergrad office for ARCH 401 and the grad office for ARCH 597 for review and approval.

Forms are due to either the graduate and undergraduate office for review by the day before the deadline to add an UG semester course or a GRAD semester course via Student Self-Service.
ARCH401 Independent Study Form

DIRECTED RESEARCH

Directed Research – ARCH498 (undergrad) & ARCH 590 (grad): A less structured study opportunity specifically provided so that students can work with faculty members in their scholarly endeavors.  Directed research experiences should demonstrate substantial benefit to the student’s course of study in his/her undergraduate or graduate education. Any directed research proposal should be developed jointly between faculty member and student. Student-faculty teams should use the ARCH498/590 form to define and describe the directed research project they have developed. The faculty member should review and approve the form then the student should submit the completed form to the School’s Undergrad office for ARCH 498 and Grad office for ARCH 590 for review and approval.

Forms are due to either the graduate and undergraduate office for review by the day before the deadline to add an UG semester course or a GRAD semester course via Student Self-Service.
ARCH498 Directed Research Form

FALL 2015 ARCHITECTURE COURSE ELECTIVES

*Please visit the university's online Class Schedule  

ARCH 407.R: “Rome: The Eternal City”

3 credit hours
Tuesday and Thursday 2:00 – 3:20pm, 123 David Kinley Hall 

ARCH 410.R: "Ancient Egyptian & Greek Architecture"
Professor John Senseney
3 credit hours
Tuesday and Thursday 11:00am – 12:20 pm, 223 Gregory Hall 

ARCH 411.L: "Ancient Roman Architecture"
Professor John Senseney 
3 credit hours
Tuesday and Thursday 2:00 – 3:20pm, 1 Gregory Hall 

ARCH 412.M: "Medieval Architecture"
3 credit hours
Tuesday and Thursday 11:00am – 12:20pm, 107 Art & Design Building

ARCH 417.T: "Twentieth-Century Architecture"
3 credit hours
Monday and Wednesday 11:00am – 12:20pm, 302 Architecture Building

ARCH 423.B: "Social/Behavioral Factors for Design"
Professor Kathryn Anthony
3 credit hours
Tuesday and Thursday 9:30 – 10:50am, 102A Architecture Building

ARCH 424.B: "Gender & Race in Contemporary Architecture"
Professor Kathryn Anthony
3 credit hours
Tuesday and Thursday 11:00am – 12:20pm, 102A Architecture Building

ARCH 490: "Special Topics in Contemporary Architecture"

ARCH 490.EH3: "Environment and Global Health"
Professor Lynne Dearborn
3 credit hours
Tuesday and Thursday 3:30 – 4:50pm, 428 Armory

Restricted to Undergraduate, meets with ARCH 490.EH4

ARCH 490.EH4: "Environment and Global Health"
Professor Lynne Dearborn
4 credit hours
Tuesday and Thursday 3:30 – 4:50pm, 428 Armory

Additonal 1 hour of discussion TBD. 

Restricted to Graduate, meets with ARCH 490.EH3

ARCH 518.A: "Recording Historic Buildings"
Professor Paul Kapp
3 credit hours
Friday 9:00 – 11:50am, 102B Architecture Building

ARCH 519.T: "Conservation of Building Materials"
Professor Michael Jackson
4 credit hours
Wednesday 5:30 – 8:20pm, 17 Temple Buell Hall

ARCH 544.D: "Building Systems & Design Integration"
Professor Michael Kim
4 credit hours
Tuesday and Thursday 8:00 – 10:20am, 17 Temple Buell Hall

ARCH 576: Architectural Design Seminar

ARCH 576.AP: "Architectural Programming: Confronting Cultural Proposals in the Built Environment"
Professor David Chasco
3 credit hours
Wednesday 8:00 – 10:50am, 302 Architecture Building

ARCH 576.FAB: "[architecture] IN THE AGE OF [digital] REPRODUCTION"
Professor Erik Hemingway
3 credit hours
Monday, Wednesday & Friday 12:00 – 12:50pm, 17 Temple Buell Hall.

ARCH 576.ISH: "Innovative Solar Powered Homes – Past, Present, and Future"
Professor Mark Taylor
3 credit hours
Tuesday, 9:30am – 12:20pm, TBD.

Arch 576.JAU: "Japanese Architecture and Globalization"
Professor Botond Bognar
3 credit hours
Tuesday, 5:00 – 7:50pm, 17 Temple Buell Hall

ARCH 576.UI: "Urban Investigations: A manifesto for the 21st century metropolis"
Professor Kevin Erickson
3 credit hours
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 12:00 – 12:50pm, 301 Architecture Building.

ARCH 576.URB: "Urban Morphology"
Professor Kevin Hinders
3 credit hours
Arranged, Chicago Studio students only.

ARCHITECTURE 593: Special Problems in Architectural Practice and Management

ARCH 593.PI: "Professional Integration"
Professor Kevin Hinders
4 credit hours
Arranged, Chicago Studio students only

ARCHITECTURE 594: Special Problems in Building Science & Technology

ARCH 594.DD: “Daylighting Design: Systems Performance and Human Factors"
Professor Mohamed Boubekri
3 credit hours
Wednesday, 8:00 – 10:50am, 17 Temple Buell Hall

ARCH 594.M: “Building Mechanical Systems"
Professor Richard Strand
3 credit hours
Monday & Wednesday, 11:00am – 12:20pm, 102B Architecture Building

ARCHITECTURE 595: Special Problems in Structural Theory and Design

ARCH 595.EQ: “Seismic Analysis & Design"
Professor Marci Uihlein
3 credit hours
Tuesday and Thursday, 11:00am – 12:20pm, 301 Arch. Bldg.

INDEPENDENT STUDY

Independent Study – ARCH401 (undergrad) & ARCH 597 (grad): A less structured  study opportunity specifically provided for students who want to pursue an educational experience that is not available within the school’s formal course and seminar offerings. Independent study courses are initiated by a student who should use the ARCH401/597 formto define and describe their independent study course. Once a student has completed this form, they should identify a faculty member who is willing to serve as the instructor to meet with and mentor the student. Have that faculty member review and approve the form then submit to the school’s undergrad office for ARCH 401 and the grad office for ARCH 597 for review and approval.

Forms are due to either the graduate and undergraduate office for review by the day before the deadline to add an UG semester course or a GRAD semester course via Student Self-Service.
ARCH401 Independent Study Form

DIRECTED RESEARCH

Directed Research – ARCH498 (undergrad) & ARCH 590 (grad): A less structured study opportunity specifically provided so that students can work with faculty members in their scholarly endeavors.  Directed research experiences should demonstrate substantial benefit to the student’s course of study in his/her undergraduate or graduate education. Any directed research proposal should be developed jointly between faculty member and student. Student-faculty teams should use the ARCH498/590 form to define and describe the directed research project they have developed. The faculty member should review and approve the form then the student should submit the completed form to the School’s Undergrad office for ARCH 498 and Grad office for ARCH 590 for review and approval.

Forms are due to either the graduate and undergraduate office for review by the day before the deadline to add an UG semester course or a GRAD semester course via Student Self-Service.
ARCH498 Directed Research Form

 

SPRING 2015 ARCHITECTURE COURSE ELECTIVES

*Please visit the university's online Class Schedule 

Architecture 403, Special Topics in Architectural History

Arch 403.A: "Islamic Architecture"
Professor Heather Grossman
3 credit hours
Tuesday & Thursday 2:00-3:20pm, 242 Bevier Hall.

Architecture 410, Ancient Egyptian & Greek Architecture

Arch 410.A: "Ancient Egyptian & Greek Architecture"
Professor John Senseney
3 credit hours
Tuesday & Thursday 2:00-3:20pm, 328 Bevier Hall.

Architecture 412, Medieval Architecture

Arch 412.T: "Medieval Architecture"
Professor Heather Grossman
3 credit hours
Tuesday & Thursday 11:00am -12:20pm, 331 Armory.

Architecture 416, Modern American Architecture

Arch 416.M: "Modern American Architecture"
Professor Jennifer Burns
3 credit hours
Monday & Wednesday 11:00am -12:20pm, 331 Armory.

Architecture 419, Historic Building Preservation

Arch 419.P: "Historic Building Preservation"
Professor Paul Kapp
3 credit hours
Monday, Wednesday & Friday 11:00 -11:50am, 102B Architecture.

Architecture 510, History of World Landscapes

Professor M. Ellen Deming
4 credit hours
Arch 510.AL1: “History of World Landscapes” Lecture
Tuesday & Thursday 3:30-4:50pm, 2 Education Bldg.

and Arch 510.AD1: “History of World Landscapes” Discussion
Friday 11:30am -12:50pm, 325 Temple Buell Hall.

Architecture 511

Arch 511.ANC: "Seminar in Ancient Architecture"
Professor John Senseney
3 credit hours
Time to be Arranged.

Architecture 544, Building Systems & Design Integration

Arch 544.D: "Building Systems & Design Integration"
Professor Michael Kim
4 credit hours
Tuesday & Thursday 9:30-11:50am, 17 Temple Buell Hall.

Architecture 563, Social and Behavioral Research of Designed Environments

Arch 563.C: "Social and Behavioral Research of Designed Environments"
Professor Lynne Dearborn
4 credit hours
Tuesday & Thursday 5:00 - 6:20pm, 115 David Kinley Hall.

Architecture 576, Architectural Design Seminar

Arch 576.ACB: "Architecture, Cinema, Environment and Behavior"
Professor Kathryn Anthony
3 credit hours
Thursday 2:00-4:50pm, 102A Architecture.

Arch 576.CLI: "Climate Responsive Building Skins"
Professor Ralph Hammann
3 credit hours
Thursday 2:00-4:50pm, TBA

Arch 576.CRE: "Contemporary Real Estate Development and Adapting Architectural Professionalism"
Professor Fan Xu
3 credit hours
Tuesday, 9:30am -12:20pm, TBA.

Arch 576.CRW: "Curtain Wall Design & Construction"
Professor Scott Murray
3 credit hours
Thursday, 9:30am -12:20pm, 102B Archiecture.

Arch 576.ECA: "Experiencing Chicago Architecture"
Professor Joy Malnar
3 credit hours
Wednesday, 9:00 – 11:50am, Chicago Studio students only.

Arch 576.ED: "Entrepreneurship in Design, Diversity, Environment & Behavior"
Professor Kathryn Anthony
3 credit hours
Tuesday, 2:00 -4:50pm, 102A Architecture.

Arch 576.EM: "ECO-MINI”
Professor Vidar Lerum
3 credit hours
Monday, 9:00 -11:50am, 17 Temple Buell Hall.

Arch 576.FWK: "Furniture Workshop"
Professor Carl Lewis & Fabrication Coordinator Hugh Swiatek 
3 credit hours
Turesday, 5:00-7:50pm, Architecture Annex. 

Arch 576.IUP: "Interwoven: Urban Phenomenology"
Professor Brian Hammersley
3 credit hours
Thursday, 9:00 – 11:50am, Chicago Studio students only.

Arch 576.SMC: "Smart Cities: Interaction Design"
Professor Thérèse Tierney
3 credit hours
Friday, 9:00am -11:50am, 102A Architecture.

Arch 576.URM: "Urban Matters: Thresholds"
Professor Sara Bartumeus
3 credit hours
Wednesday, 9:00-11:50am, TBA

ARCHITECTURE 591: Special Problems in Architectural History & Preservation

Arch 591.MED: "Interactions – Cultures Across the Mediterranean"
Professor Heather Grossman
4 credit hours
Wednesday, 9:00 – 11:50am, TBA

ARCHITECTURE 593: Special Problems in Architectural Practice & Management

Arch 593.PI3: "Professional Integration"
Professor Joy Malnar
3 credit hours
Friday, 9:00 – 11:50am, Chicago students only.

Arch 593.PI4: "Professional Integration"
Professor Joy Malnar
4 credit hours
Friday, 9:00 – 11:50am, Chicago students only.

Architecture students are encouraged to explore elective courses from all programs across campus. The Architecture faculty have identified the following courses, being offered in Spring 2015, as being of specific interest to our graduate students:

Community Health 461, Environmental Toxicology & Health

CHLH 461.A: "Environmental Toxicology & Health"
Professor Bettina Francis
3 credit hours
Monday, Wednesday & Friday 11:00 -11:50am, 165 Noyes Laboratory.

Community Health 469, Environmental Health

CHLH 469.G4: "Environmental Health"
Professor Susan Farner
4 credit hours
Wednesday 4:00 - 6:50pm, 1002 Huff Hall

Landscape Architecture 590, Directed Research

LA 590.WS: "Built Environment & Human Health"
Professor William Sullivan
3 credit hours
Tuesday & Thursday 2:30 -3:50pm, 18 Temple Buell Hall

Urban and Regional Planning 418, GIS for Planners

Professor Md Shakil Bin Kashem
4 credit hours
UP 418.ALD: “GIS for Planners” Lecture
Tuesday 9:30-10:50am, 225 Temple Buell Hall.

and UP 418.AY1: “GIS for Planners” Discussion
Thursday 9:30 -10:50am, 227 Temple Buell Hall.

or UP 418.AY3: “GIS for Planners” Discussion
Thursday 11:00am -12:20pm, 227 Temple Buell Hall.

Urban and Regional Planning 446, Sustainable Planning Seminar

UP 446.1: "Sustainable Planning Seminar"
Professor Brian Deal
4 credit hours
Tuesday & Thursday 9:30 -10:50am, 223 Temple Buell Hall

Urban and Regional Planning 494, Special Topics in Planning

UP 494.SS: "Real Estate Development Fundementals"
Professor Sofia Sianis
4 credit hours
Tuesday & Thursday 5:00 -6:20pm, 225 Temple Buell Hall

INDEPENDENT STUDY

Independent Study – ARCH401 (undergrad) & ARCH 597 (grad): A less structured  study opportunity specifically provided for students who want to pursue an educational experience that is not available within the school’s formal course and seminar offerings. Independent study courses are initiated by a student who should use the ARCH401/597 formto define and describe their independent study course. Once a student has completed this form, they should identify a faculty member who is willing to serve as the instructor to meet with and mentor the student. Have that faculty member review and approve the form then submit to the school’s undergrad office for ARCH 401 and the grad office for ARCH 597 for review and approval.

Forms are due to either the graduate and undergraduate office for review by the day before the deadline to add an UG semester course or a GRAD semester course via Student Self-Service.
ARCH401 Independent Study Form

DIRECTED RESEARCH

Directed Research – ARCH498 (undergrad) & ARCH 590 (grad): A less structured study opportunity specifically provided so that students can work with faculty members in their scholarly endeavors.  Directed research experiences should demonstrate substantial benefit to the student’s course of study in his/her undergraduate or graduate education. Any directed research proposal should be developed jointly between faculty member and student. Student-faculty teams should use the ARCH498/590 form to define and describe the directed research project they have developed. The faculty member should review and approve the form then the student should submit the completed form to the School’s Undergrad office for ARCH 498 and Grad office for ARCH 590 for review and approval.

Forms are due to either the graduate and undergraduate office for review by the day before the deadline to add an UG semester course or a GRAD semester course via Student Self-Service.
ARCH498 Directed Research Form

FALL 2014 ARCHITECTURE COURSE ELECTIVES

*Please visit the university's online Class Schedule 

Arch 403.A: "Modernity's Memory: Revival Moments in Architecture - 1750-1930"
Professor Heather Grossman 
3 credit hours
Mondays and Wednesdays 11:00am-12:20pm, 2 Education Building 

Arch 413.R: "Renaissance Architecture"
Professor Heather Minor 
3 credit hours
Tuesdays and Thursdays 11:00am-12:20pm, 120 Architecture Building 

Arch 414.V: "Baroque & Rococo Architecture"
Professor Heather Minor 
3 credit hours
Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:30-4:50pm, 120 Architecture Building 

Arch 423.B: "Social/Behavioral Factors for Design"
Professor Kathryn Anthony
3 credit hours
Tuesday & Thursday 9:30-10:50am, 102A Arch. Bldg.

Arch 424.B: "Gender & Race in Contemporary Architecture"
Professor Kathryn Anthony
3 credit hours
Tuesday & Thursday 11:00am -12:20pm, 102A Arch. Bldg.

Arch 518.A: "Recording Historic Buildings"
Professor Paul Kapp
3 credit hours
Friday 9:00-11:50am, 102B Arch. Bldg.

Arch 519.T: "Conservation of Building Materials"
Professor Michael Jackson
4 credit hours
Wednesday 5:30-8:20pm, 17 TBH.

Arch 544.D: "Building Systems & Design Integration"
Professor Michael Kim
4 credit hours
Tuesday & Thursday 9:30-11:50am, 17 TBH.

Arch 576: Architectural Design Seminar

Arch 576.FAB: "[architecture] IN THE AGE OF [digital] REPRODUCTION"
Professor Erik Hemingway
3 credit hours
M,W,F, 12:00-12:50pm, 17 TBH.

Arch 576.ISH: "Innovative Solar Powered Homes – Past, Present, and Future"
Professor Mark Taylor
3 credit hours
Tuesday, 9:30am -12:20pm, 209 DKH.

Arch 576.IUP: "Interwoven: Urban Phenomenology"
Professor Brian Hammersley
3 credit hours
Arranged, Chicago Studio students only.

Arch 576.MP: "Motivated Portables: The Design and Construction of Furniture Prototypes"
Professor Jeff Poss
3 credit hours
Wednesday, 9:00 -11:50am, 120 Wohlers Hall.

Arch 576.UI: "Urban Investigations: A manifesto for the 21st century metropolis"
Professor Kevin Erickson
3 credit hours
M, W, F, 12:00-12:50pm, 326 DKH.

Arch 576.SMC: "Smart Cities: Building the Future"
Professor Therese Tierney
3 credit hours
Thursday, 2:00-4:50pm, 17 TBH.

Arch 576.SRB: "Sensory Response to the Built Environment"
Professor Joy Malnar
3 credit hours
Tuesday & Thursday, 2:00-3:20pm, 102B Arch. Bldg.

Arch 576.URB: "Urban Morphology"
Professor Kevin Hinders
3 credit hours
Arranged, Chicago Studio students only.

ARCHITECTURE 591: Special Problems in Architectural History & Preservation

Arch 591.C1: "Constantinople/Istanbul: Architecture and Urbanism in the City of Empires"
Professor Heather Grossman
4 credit hours
Tuesday, 11:00am – 1:50pm, 125 DKH.

ARCHITECTURE 593: Special Problems in Architectural Practice and Management

Arch 593.PI: "Professional Integration"
Professor Kevin Hinders
3 credit hours
Arranged, Chicago Studio students only

ARCHITECTURE 594: Special Problems in Building Science & Technology

Arch 594.DD: “Daylighting Design: Systems Performance and Human Factors"
Professor Mohamed Boubekri
3 credit hours
Wednesday, 8:00-10:50am, 17 TBH.

Arch 594.M: “Building Mechanical Systems"
Professor Richard Strand
3 credit hours
Monday & Wednesday, 11:00am -12:20pm, 102B Arch. Bldg.

ARCHITECTURE 595: Special Problems in Structural Theory and Design

Arch 595.EQ: “Seismic Analysis & Design"
Professor Marci Uihlein
3 credit hours
Tuesday & Thursday, 11:00am -12:20pm, 301 Arch. Bldg.

Arch 595.IN: “Integrated Design and Construction of Buildings"
Professor Abbas Aminmansour
4 credit hours
Tuesday, 3:30pm -6:20pm, 152 Wohlers Hall.

 

 

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SPRING 2014 ARCHITECTURE COURSE ELECTIVES

ARCHITECTURE DESIGN

Arch 576.ACB: "Architecture, Cinema, Environment and Behavior"
Professor Kathryn Anthony
3 credit hours
Thursdays, 2:00-4:50pm, 102A Arch Bldg.

Arch 576.BPD: "Building Programming and Design Concept Development"
Professor Michael Kim 
3 credit hours
Tuesdays/Thursdays, 9:30-10:50am, 17 TBH

Arch 576.CDC: "Critical Issues in Contemporary Healthcare Architecture"
Professor William Worn 
3 credit hours
Thursdays, 9:30am-12:20pm, 102A Arch Bldg. 

Arch 576.CRW: "Curtain Wall Design & Construction"
Professor Scott Murray
3 credit hours
Thursdays, 9:30am-12:20pm, 102B Arch Bldg.

Arch 576.ED: "Entrepreneurship in Design, Diversity, Environment and Behavior"
Professor Kathryn Anthony
3 credit hours
Tuesdays, 2:00-4:50pm

Arch 576.EM: "ECO MINI"
Professor Vidar Lerum
3 credit hours
Mondays, 9:00-11:50am, 17 Temple Buell Hall

Arch 576.PVP: "Urban Investigations: A manifesto for the 21st century metropolis"
Professor Kevin Erickson 
3 credit hours
Tuesdays, 2:00-4:50pm, Art East Annex Studio 1

Arch 576.URM: "Urban Matters: Thresholds between dwellings and city"
Professor Sara Bartumeus 
3 credit hours
Wednesdays, 9:00-11:50am, 17 TBH

Arch 576.FWK: "Furniture Workshop"
Professor Carl Lewis and Fabrication Coordinator Hugh Swiatek 
3 credit hours
Tuesdays, 5:00-7:00pm, Architecture Annex

ARCHITECTURE BUILDING TECHNOLOGY

Arch 593.CM: "Construction Management: Virtual and Real"
Professor Randy Deutsch
2-4 credit hours
Mondays, 9:00-11:50am

ARCHITECTURE SOCIETY AND HUMAN FACTORS

Arch-LA 563: Soc/Beh Research "Survey of Research Methods for Designed Environments"
Professor Lynne Dearborn 
4 credit hours
Tuesdays/Thursdays, 5:00-6:20pm, 301 Arch Bldg.

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

Arch-LA 314/510: "History of World Landscapes"
Professor Elen Deming
3 credit hours
Tuesdays/Thursdays, 3:30-4:50pm, 141 Wohlers Hall

 

 

Fall 2013 ARCHITECTURE COURSE ELECTIVES

*Please visit the university's online Class Schedule

ARCHITECTURE DESIGN

Arch 576.FAB: [architecture] IN THE AGE OF [digital] REPRODUCTION
Professor Erik Hemingway
3 credit hours
Mon/Wed/Fri, 12:00-12:50pm

Arch 576.ISH: Innovative Solar Powered Homes - Past, Present, and Future
Professor Mark Taylor
3 credit hours
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 3:30-4:50pm

Arch 576.JAU: The Evolution and Present State of Modernism in Japanese Architecture and Urbanism
Professor Botond Bognar
3 credit hours
Thursdays, 5:00-7:50pm

Arch 576.MP: Motivated Portables: The Design and Construction of Furniture Prototypes
Professor Jeff Poss
3 credit hours
Wednesdays, 9:00-11:50am

Arch 576.SMC: Smart Cities and the Utopian Project
Professor Therese Tierney
3 credit hours
Thursdays, 2:00-4:50pm

Arch576.SRB: Sensory Response to the Built Environment
Professor Joy Malnar
3 credit hours
Tuesdays/Thursdays, 3:30-4:50pm

Arch 576.DWG: Hand-to-Digital: Contemporary Topics in Architectural Drawing
Professor Allison Warren
3 credit hours
Tuesdays, 9:30am-12:20pm

ARCH 576.ASO: 6 by 6: Cities Through the Writings and Designs of Architects
Visiting Associate Professor Adolf Sotoca, Ph.D.
3 credit hours
Thursdays, 9:30am-12:20pm

ARCHITECTURE HISTORY and PRESERVATION

Arch 410: Ancient Egyptian & Greek Architecture
Professor John Senseney
3 credit hours
Tuesdays/Thursdays, 11:00am - 12:20pm

Arch 411: Ancient Rome Architecture
Professor John Senseney
3 credit hours
Tuesdays/Thursdays, 3:30-4:50pm

Arch 417: Twentieth-Century Architecture
Professor Kenny Cupers
3 credit hours
Mondays/Wednesdays, 11:00am - 12:20pm

Arch 518: Recording Historic Buildings
Professor Paul Kapp
3 credit hours
Fridays, 9:00-11:50am

Arch 519: Conservation of Building Materials
Professor Mike Jackson
4 credit hours
Wednesdays, 5:30-8:20pm

ARCHITECTURE BUILDING TECHNOLOGY

Arch 544: Building Systems Design Integration
Professor Michael Kim
4 credit hours
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 9:30-11:50am

Arch 594.DD: Daylighting Design: Systems Performance and Human Factors
Professor Mohamed Boubekri
3 credit hours
Wednesdays, 8:00-10:50am

ARCHITECTURE STRUCTURAL THEORY & DESIGN

Arch 595.EQ: Seismic Analysis & Design
Professor Marci Uihlein
3 credit hours
Tuesdays/Thursdays, 11:00am - 12:20pm

Arch 595.IN: Integrated Design and Construction of Buildings
Professor Abbas Aminmansour
4 credit hours
Tuesdays, 3:30-6:20pm

ARCHITECTURE SOCIETY AND HUMAN FACTORS

Arch 423: Social and Behavioral Factors for Design
Professor Kathryn Anthony
3 credit hours
Tuesdays/Thursdays, 9:30-10:50am

Arch 424: Gender and Race in Contemporary Architecture
Professor Kathryn Anthony
3 credit hours
Tuesdays/Thursdays, 11:00am - 12:20pm