Courses and Credits

<p>Enroll in 2 courses for approximately 6 quarter or 4 semester credits.</p>

Summer

ARH 314: History of World Architecture I

Read more about ARH 314: History of World Architecture I This course examines architecture as a physical record of human society from prehistory through ca. 1400. As we are covering over 5,000 years of architectural practice, we will focus on periods of intense architectural innovation by looking at a series of paradigmatic buildings and analyze them in terms of their formal qualities…
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ARH 205: History of Western Art II

Read more about ARH 205: History of Western Art II This course focuses on the major monuments, artists and artistic developments in Western Europe during the medieval and renaissance periods. Spanning the years from 400 AD to 1550 AD, the course begins with Rome’s fall, and goes on to consider Rome’s legacy, the rise of the Byzantine Empire, and the spread of Christianity and Islam. It…
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ARH 399: Art and Architecture of London

Read more about ARH 399: Art and Architecture of London This course looks at the history of art and architecture in London—both at the city as a site of art production and at the contemporary city as a site of art exhibition. London is dense with layers of history. It is both a museum city with a rich artistic heritage as well as a monumental architectural experiment where the…
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