Environmental Design

ENV DES Summer 2017 Courses

Environmental Design

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


ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN 1 P 001 LEC

Introduction to Environmental Design

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ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN 2 P 001 LEC [ORKAND]

Summer [IN]STITUTE in Environmental Design: [IN]ARCH

Grade Format: Pass/No Pass

Course description: [IN]ARCH is an intensive introductory program in architecture for post-baccalaureate students with no prior experience in design. Participants in the Summer [IN]STITUTE explore the methods and theories of the fields, experience the culture of the architecture studio, connect to top faculty and practitioners, and build a portfolio for graduate school application. Prospective students must apply for admission.

 

ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN 2 P 002 LEC [PLYMALE]

Summer [IN]STITUTE in Environmental Design: [IN]ARCH ADV

Grade Format: Pass/No Pass

Course description: [IN]ARCH is an intensive introductory program in architecture for post-baccalaureate students with no prior experience in design. Participants in the Summer [IN]STITUTE explore the methods and theories of the fields, experience the culture of the architecture studio, connect to top faculty and practitioners, and build a portfolio for graduate school application. Prospective students must apply for admission.

 

ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN 2 P 003 LEC [STAFF]

Summer [IN]STITUTE in Environmental Design: [IN]CITY

Grade Format: Pass/No Pass

Course description: [IN]CITY is an intensive introductory program in sustainable city planning for post-baccalaureate students with no prior experience in design. Participants in the Summer [IN]STITUTE explore the methods and theories of the fields, experience the culture of the planning studio, connect to top faculty and practitioners, and build a portfolio for graduate school application. Prospective students must apply for admission.

 

ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN 2 P 004 LEC [LEVY]

Summer [IN]STITUTE in Environmental Design: [IN]LAND

Grade Format: Pass/No Pass

Course description: [IN]LAND is an intensive introductory program in landscape architecture for post-baccalaureate students with no prior experience in design. Participants in the Summer [IN]STITUTE explore the methods and theories of the fields, experience the culture of the design studio, connect to top faculty and practitioners, and build a portfolio for graduate school application. Prospective students must apply for admission.

 

ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN 8 P 001 LEC [KAPRIELIAN, DITOMMASO]

Disc*2017: Design & Innovation for Sustainable Cities

Grade Format: Pass/No Pass, Letter Grade

Course description: Disc* is an intensive five-week summer program for current college students that explores an interdisciplinary and multi-scalar approach to design and analysis in the urban environment. Disc* participants experience hands-on engagement with the discourse of urban innovation, acquiring the tools and expertise necessary to craft design-based solutions that meet the urgent challenges of global urbanization. Prospective students must apply for admission.

 

ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN 9 P 001 LEC [SUCZYNSKI-SMITH]

embARC Summer Design Academy

Grade Format: Letter Grade

Course description: embARC is a four week summer design intensive program that brings together high school students from diverse backgrounds to explore architecture, urban design and sustainable city planning through three components: an Architecture & Urban Design Studio, a Sustainable City Planning Workshop and a Desigh-Build project. Prospective students must apply for admission.

 

ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN 100 P 001 LEC

The City: Theories and Methods in Urban Studies

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ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN 253 P 001 SEM

Urban Places Thesis Studio

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ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN 253 S 101 STD

Urban Places Thesis Studio

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