ARCH 5045: Environmental Design Research
Methods for identifying, evaluating, and enhancing the knowledge base for design decisions at scales ranging from room to region. Course emphasizes analytic and empirical approaches to characterizing attributes of the physical environments and their transformation into design variables. Sources of emerging knowledge and systems for maintaining technical currency are identified.
Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Design (B.S.Arch., B.Arch., B.L.Arch.) required.
Co: UAP 5495 or UAP 5496 or EDAE 5300.