ARCH 32 Bay Region Architectural History (3)
Credit, Degree Applicable
A survey of Bay Region building modes from pre-Hispanic days to the present; the inception and growth of towns and cities, and the influences that have shaped their urban forms and their architecture; contributing architects and planners who reflect the growth and significance of their professions in the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Offered on occasion
After successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Outcome 1: Compare the various Bay Region periods and styles chronologically from pre-Hispanic days to the present.
- Outcome 2: Assess the significant similarities and differences between each period and style in terms of their ability to satisfy the needs of their users and use a basic architectural and construction related vocabulary.
- Outcome 3: Summarize how social, economic, political, religious, technological, and creative forces shaped the Bay Region architecture of a particular period .
- Outcome 4: Evaluate the influences that significant architects and planners had on the evolution of Bay Region architecture.
- Outcome 5: Appraise the significance that Bay Region architecture has on the lifestyle of these local communities.
- Outcome 6: Predict how Bay Region architecture will evolve further in the future.