ARCH 1115-1116: Qualifying Design Laboratory

Summer Studio for Undergraduate Transfer Students

An immersive, interactive course focused on inquiry, experimentation, discovery, and synthesis. Employs a series of iterative drawing and modeling exercises, at a beginnner’s level, in two and three dimensions across multiple scales. Develops self-reliance and self-critique, which opens intellectual horizons. Challenges expand and deepen aesthetic judgment and critical understanding. Develops fundamental thinking and making skills that advance abilities to solve problems by exploring strategies towards viable consequences.

ARCH 1115 and 1116 are restricted to the students transferring into the major of architecture, landscape architecture, interior design, or industrial design in the School of Architecture + Design.

(1H, 6L, 3C)

ARCH 1115 is a prerequisite for ARCH 1116.