• In this course, students experience design as it is done in architecture. Arc Studio introduces students to a full range of design concepts, current trends, and architectural techniques through drawing exercises, analyses of precedents, and explored design methods. Design skills are developed through conceptualizing and representing architectural theories. Discussions regarding architecture's role in mediating culture, nature and technology will help develop architectural vocabulary. Students will design discover architecture through sketching, drawing on board, abstract models, and CAD. During second semester, students devote time to developing a "green" architectural structure, by following current LEED standards. In addition, this course is designed to contribute to any students' architectural portfolio.

    Students discover and emerge themselves into a studio that explores a full range of design concepts, current trends, and architectural techniques through drawing exercises, analyses of precedents, and exploration of design methods. In this class, the student becomes the architect. Design skills are developed by conceptualizing and representing architectural theories through sketching, drawing on board, and abstract models. Discussions about architecture's role in culture, nature, and technology help students develop architectural vocabulary. In the second semester, students develop a "green" architectural structure, following LEED standards. All work created in this course can be used for a personal portfolio.

    This course qualifies for college dual credit.

    In the course, students are eligible to receive College Dual Credit . Info Link