Courses

Undergraduate Courses

The undergraduate course catalog for the School of Architecture and Planning is located:

Graduate Courses

6/26/18
Would you like to experience a dynamic learning environment that simulates interdisciplinary cutting edge practices where architects, planners, and developers work closely to produce outstanding projects that are financially feasible and transformative? Would you like to develop a large-scale project with your “real” studio client? 
6/26/18
This graduate seminar focuses on the interactions between the built environment and human health including physical health, mental health, and social well-being. First shaped by socioeconomic, cultural, and political forces, the built environment then contributes to shaping the way people carry on activities related to everyday life, work, and play. 
6/26/18
The Colloquium presents a series of guest lectures by planning faculty, faculty from other disciplines (including architecture) doing relevant research, PhD students, and occasional school guests.   
6/26/18
The purpose of this course is to introduce PhD students to the discipline of scholarship, as expressed in the academic journal article.  We will particularly seek to cultivate our judgment about what is strong (substantive, contributory, high-quality) versus weak or superficial scholarship.  
6/26/18
The final exercise for the Master of Urban Planning asks you to demonstrate your capabilities as a planner by preparing a planning report of professional quality on a specific place.