Architectural History 1 (ARCH 244)
An investigation of the primary styles and movements in Western and Non-Western architecture from the prehistoric period through the middle Ages. The course will examine cultural, architectural and technological developments during the periods of formation of civilizations, expansion of empires, and developments in religious and governmental structure. This course meets General Education requirements: Cultural Enrichment. Prerequisites: ENGL 150 Typically Offered Fall, Spring
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