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ARCH 1302 Course Guide

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SI Leader

  • Name of SI Leader: 

Saul Reyes, Coordinator CLE

  • Office Location: Tech Campus B-151
  • Office Telephone #: 872-6186
  • E-mail Address: 

sreyes17@southtexascollege.edu

  • Office Hours:  8:00 am - 5:00 pm

 

Navigating this Course Guide

This course guide has been customized to assist you with ARCH 1302. Thanks for stopping by!

Use the navigational tabs above to find the course modules for your assignments and various resources that can help with your course assignments.

The information on this page is meant to orientate you with the requirements of the course. 

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The South Texas College Library has self-paced, interactive tutorials that help students and faculty successfully utilize library resources. Learn more about the library, how to search for information, and how to avoid plagiarism by following writing and citing best practices. 

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For curated content in Architecture, see our Architectural & Engineering Design Technology / CADD Research Guide (Will open in a new tab). 

Discovery Search is available from that page, so there's no need to go back to the Library's website.

Find a list of databases best suited for Historical research and some featured graphic novels! 

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There are also several how-tos from the Purdue Online Writing Lab, and several tools for generating proper citation/bibliographies. 

Course Description

Course Description

This course is part two of a survey of the history of world architecture from pre-history to the present. This course focuses on the period from pre-history up to at least the 14th Century. This course is intended to fulfill all or part of the following National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) Student Performance Criteria for History and Global Culture.

 

Course Calendar

Course Calendar for ARCH1302
Class Schedule - Topics Due Dates Notes

Renaissance

Module 1

Weeks 1 - 3

Lecture/Discussion, Quiz, Assignment/Project

Baroque Architecture

Module 2

Week  4

Lecture/Discussion and Assignment

Neo-Classicism, Romanticism, and the Rococo

Module 3

Week 5 - 6

Lecture/Discussion,  Quiz and Assignment

Eclecticism, Industrialization, and Newness

Module 4

Week 7 - 9

Lecture/Discussion, Assignment
Exam / Project

Midterm Exam Project

Week 9

Exam and/or Project

The Twentieth Century and Modernism

Module 5

Weeks 10 - 12

Lecture/Discussion and Assignment

Modernism in the Mid- and late Twentieth Century an Beyond

Module 6

Week 13 - 15

Lecture/Discussion, Assignment and Test

Finals Week Exam/Project

Finals Week

Week 16

Final Exam and/or Project