Student Learning Outcomes
1. Identify architects, architectural theorists, buildings, urban and landscape designs, styles, typologies, and technologies developed in the built environment, from different geographical areas, periods, and traditions.
2. Analyze the built environment and its representations through close observation using appropriate architectural vocabulary, conceptual frames, and methodologies specific to the history of architecture.
3. Explain the relationships between the built environment and the religious beliefs, political ideologies, social structures, and economic and technological development of the societies that created them.
4. Carry out research to identify reliable scholarly literature and visual and written documentation in archives, libraries, and databases.
5. Develop new interpretations about the built environment supported by persuasive arguments, solid evidence, and synthesized information.
6. Communicate complex and nuanced ideas about the built environment in writing, discussions, and public presentations, with the aid of images and current technology.