Boston Experience: The Role of Architecture in Creating the Sense of Place-MET UA 580

Boston Experience: The Role of Architecture in Creating the Sense of Place


Dates: All year


By: Boston University

Location: Boston

Credits: 4

The Boston Experience is a graduate and advanced undergraduate course designed in the seminar format. The course will provide an introduction to the study of architecture as an important foundation for students of urban affairs and city planning and as an important foundation for students in other disciplines such as civil engineering, historic preservation, and the applied social sciences (such as sociology). The course will also serve as a foundation of the basic concepts and a general overview of the field of architecture. This foundation will also provide a prerequisite for the two advanced studio planning courses currently offered at MET in the Department of Urban Affairs and City Planning (UA 613 and UA 510). www.bu.edu

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