ARCH 170 - Introduction to the Built Environment
|NOTE: This syllabus is intended as an example for prospective students. If you are a current student, please visit elms.umd.edu for the most up-to-date information about the course.
||Just as it reads in the book. The main topics and credit hours, described in the most exquisite bureaucratese.
||It's not a bad idea to get to know them.
Names, office hours, telephone and fax numbers, e-mail addresses.
||What we are trying to accomplish.|
||Which books you must buy and which you don't have to. Also additional readings for those interested in pursuing a career in architecture.
|Methods of Instruction
||How the course is organized. What you have to know about lectures, discussion sessions, attendance, and so on.
|The (Not So) Fine Print
||Don't be foolish. Read this. If you don't, you'll be sorry. Well, maybe not today, not tomorrow . . . but soon, and for the rest of your life.|
(Notes & Images)
|A description of the course topics. From here you can access the class notes and the images illustrating the most important concepts.|
||Find out when things happen! Schedule of lectures, assignments, readings, and exams.