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USC Catalogue 2017-2018

Courses of Instruction


The terms indicated are expected but are not guaranteed. For the courses offered during any given term, consult the Schedule of Classes.

 

Archaeology

   •  ARCG 370 Digs and Dispute: Religion and Archaeology in Israel
   •  ARCG 376 Scientific Analysis in Archaeology
   •  ARCG 377 Archaeological Interpretation of Complex Societies
   •  ARCG 378 Jewish Magic in the Ancient World
   •  ARCG 400 Maya Resilience: Constructing Past and Present Identities
   •  ARCG 415 Object-Worlds: Histories and Theories of Things
   •  ARCG 465 Archaeology and Society
   •  ARCG 481L GIS for Investigating the Past
   •  ARCG 482 Field Research in Maya Archaeology
   •  ARCG 490x Directed Research
   •  ARCG 494 Lab Methods and Theories in Archaeology

Architecture

All courses must be taken in sequential order, a before b.

   •  ARCH 102a Architectural Design I
   •  ARCH 102bL Architectural Design I
   •  ARCH 105L Fundamentals of Design Communication
   •  ARCH 106x Workshop in Architecture
   •  ARCH 114 Architecture: Culture and Community
   •  ARCH 202aL Architectural Design II
   •  ARCH 202bL Architectural Design II
   •  ARCH 203 Visualizing and Experiencing the Built Environment
   •  ARCH 205aL Building Science I
   •  ARCH 205bL Building Science I
   •  ARCH 207 Computer Applications in Architecture
   •  ARCH 211 Materials and Methods of Building Construction
   •  ARCH 213a Building Structures and Seismic Design
   •  ARCH 213b Building Structures and Seismic Design
   •  ARCH 214ag World History of Architecture
   •  ARCH 214bg World History of Architecture
   •  ARCH 215 Design for the Thermal and Atmospheric Environment
   •  ARCH 220 The Architect's Sketchbook
   •  ARCH 302aL Architectural Design III
   •  ARCH 302bL Architectural Design III
   •  ARCH 303 Principles of Spatial Design I
   •  ARCH 304x Intensive Survey: Prehistory to the Present
   •  ARCH 305aL Building Science II
   •  ARCH 305bL Building Science II
   •  ARCH 306m Shelter
   •  ARCH 307 Digital Tools for Architecture
   •  ARCH 313 Design of Building Structures
   •  ARCH 314 History of Architecture: Contemporary Issues
   •  ARCH 315 Design for the Luminous and Sonic Environment
   •  ARCH 316 Place and Culture
   •  ARCH 326 The Modern Movement in Architecture
   •  ARCH 341 History of Italian Architecture 1400–1990
   •  ARCH 370 Architectural Studies — Expanding the Field
   •  ARCH 390 Special Problems
   •  ARCH 402aL Architectural Design IV
   •  ARCH 402bL Architectural Design IV
   •  ARCH 403 Principles of Spatial Design II
   •  ARCH 404 Topics in Modern Architecture in Southern California
   •  ARCH 405aL Building Science III
   •  ARCH 405bL Building Science III
   •  ARCH 406 Global Studies: Topics in Architecture, Urbanism, History and Art
   •  ARCH 407 Advanced Computer Applications
   •  ARCH 409L Design Foundation
   •  ARCH 410 Computer Transformations
   •  ARCH 411 Architectural Technology
   •  ARCH 412L GeoDesign Practicum
   •  ARCH 414 Perspectives in History and Theory in Architecture
   •  ARCH 417 Computer Programming in Architecture
   •  ARCH 418 Designing with Natural Forces
   •  ARCH 419 Architectural Sustainability Tools and Methods
   •  ARCH 420 Visual Communication and Graphic Expression
   •  ARCH 421 Digital Architectural Photography
   •  ARCH 422L Architectural Photography — Film and Digital
   •  ARCH 423 Light, Color and the Character of Material
   •  ARCH 424L Field Studies in Architecture
   •  ARCH 425L Field Studies in Urbanism
   •  ARCH 426L Field Studies in Tectonics
   •  ARCH 430 Design Teaching Methods
   •  ARCH 432 People, Places and Culture: Architecture of the Public Realm
   •  ARCH 439 Landscape Architecture Media Workshop
   •  ARCH 440m Literature and the Urban Experience
   •  ARCH 442m Women's Spaces in History: "Hussies," "Harems" and "Housewives"
   •  ARCH 444 Great Houses of Los Angeles
   •  ARCH 447 Ecological Factors in Design
   •  ARCH 454 Contemporary Asian Architecture
   •  ARCH 465 The Landscape Imaginary
   •  ARCH 470a Architectural Studies Capstone
   •  ARCH 470b Architectural Studies Capstone
   •  ARCH 481 Furniture Design
   •  ARCH 490x Directed Research
   •  ARCH 499 Special Topics
   •  ARCH 500aL Comprehensive Architectural Design
   •  ARCH 500zL Comprehensive Architectural Design
   •  ARCH 501 Critical Topics in Architecture
   •  ARCH 502aL Architectural Design V
   •  ARCH 502zL Architectural Design V
   •  ARCH 505aL Graduate Architecture Design I
   •  ARCH 505bL Graduate Architecture Design I
   •  ARCH 507 Theories of Computer Technology
   •  ARCH 510 Independent Degree Project Preparation
   •  ARCH 511L Building Systems: Materials and Construction
   •  ARCH 512 Material + Process: Material Systems
   •  ARCH 513L Seminar: Advanced Structures
   •  ARCH 514a Global History of Architecture
   •  ARCH 514b Global History of Architecture
   •  ARCH 515L Seminar: Advanced Environmental Systems
   •  ARCH 517 Current Topics in Building Science
   •  ARCH 518 Advanced Surface Tectonics: Methods in Material and Enclosure
   •  ARCH 519 Sustainability in the Environment: Infrastructures, Urban Landscapes, and Buildings
 

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