Architecture

ARCH 2017 SUMMER COURSES

Below are currently offered courses for the summer semester. For any other course information, see the UC Berkeley Online Schedule of Classes.


ARCHITECTURE 11A P 001 LEC

Introduction to Visual Representation and Drawing

Location:  MW 11-1P, 104 WURSTER
Instructor:  THE STAFF
Course Control Number:  12001
Units/Credit:  4
Session Dates:  06/20-08/12/16

ARCHITECTURE 11A S 101 STD

Introduction to Visual Representation and Drawing

Location:  MWTh 1-5P, 501 WURSTER
Instructor:  THE STAFF 
Course Control Number:  12064
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Session Dates:  06/20-08/12/16

ARCHITECTURE 11A S 102 STD

Introduction to Visual Representation and Drawing

Location:  MWTh 1-5P, 501 WURSTER
Instructor:  THE STAFF
Course Control Number:  12066
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Session Dates:  06/20-08/12/16

ARCHITECTURE 11B P 001 LEC

Introduction to Design

Location:  MWTh 11-1P, 172 WURSTER
Instructor:  THE STAFF
Course Control Number:  12068
Units/Credit:  5
Session Dates:  06/20-08/12/16

ARCHITECTURE 11B S 101 STD

Introduction to Design

Location:  MWTh 1-5P, 501 WURSTER
Instructor:  THE STAFF
Course Control Number:  12070
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Session Dates:  06/20-08/12/16

ARCHITECTURE 11B S 102 STD

Introduction to Design

Location:  MWTh 1-5P, 501 WURSTER
Instructor:  THE STAFF
Course Control Number:  12072
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Session Dates:  06/20-08/12/16

ARCHITECTURE 11B S 201 LAB

Introduction to Design

Location:  TuF 9-11A, 172 WURSTER
Instructor:  THE STAFF
Course Control Number:  12074
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Session Dates:  06/20-08/12/16

ARCHITECTURE 124A P 001 LAB

3-D Computer Technology

Location:  F 9-1230P, 479 WURSTER
Instructor:  Staff
Course Control Number:  12006
Units/Credit:  2
Session Dates:  06/20-08/12/16

"Intermediate 2D/3D Computer Modeling" - Geared toward students majoring in architectural design, this course focuses on developing the core capacity in two-dimensional drafting and three-dimensional modeling necessary for contemporary architectural practice.

ARCHITECTURE 124A P 002 LAB

3-D Computer Technology

Location:  F 1-430P, 479 WURSTER
Instructor:  Staff
Course Control Number:  12008
Units/Credit:  2
Session Dates:  06/20-08/12/16

"Intermediate 2D/3D Computer Modeling" - Geared toward students majoring in architectural design, this course focuses on developing the core capacity in two-dimensional drafting and three-dimensional modeling necessary for contemporary architectural practice.

ARCHITECTURE 124B P 002 LAB

3-D Computer Technology

Location:  W 1-430P, 479 WURSTER
Instructor:  Staff
Course Control Number:  12010
Units/Credit:  2
Session Dates:  06/20-08/12/16

"Advanced 2d/3d Computer Modeling" This course provides students with practical hands on experience in using professional architectural modeling software, e.g., 3DStudioMax, Maya, Rhino, etc). The course covers the process of creating, manipulating and communicating through digital architecural models.

ARCHITECTURE 129 P 001 LEC

Special Topics in Digital Design Theories and Metho...

Location:  MW 6-9P, 214 WURSTER
Instructor:  Staff
Course Control Number:  12012
Units/Credit:  3
Session Dates:  06/20-08/12/16

"BIM: Building Information Modeling"

ARCHITECTURE 149 P 001 LEC

Special Topics in Energy and Environment

Location:  TuTh 6-9P, 104 WURSTER
Instructor:  LEVITT, B
Course Control Number:  12014
Units/Credit:  3
Session Dates:  06/20-08/12/16

"Zero Energy Building"

This course is an introduction to zero energy building accessible to students and professionals in all fields and backgrounds.  The course will focus on the central role that buildings play relative to energy production and demand, exploring how and why buildings use energy, ways of reducing consumption, and methods for supplying and storing energy in a sustainable fashion.  Students will learn parametric methods of analyzing architectural systems in terms of cost, comfort, and energy reduction.