10 Credits AUTUMN



Co-requisites: ARC250, ARC260, ARC350

Aims/Description: This module covers a wide-ranging cultural history of architecture and its relationship between changing states of society, the development of urban culture and institutions, and the growth of knowledge and ideas. The module pivots between scientific knowledge and artistic and cultural development, and is intended to help students from both scientific, social sciences and arts and humanities backgrounds to begin to make connections and understand the context within which architecture is set.

Staff Contact: MCKENZIE STUART
Teaching Methods: Lectures, Seminars, Independent Study,
Assessment: Course work

Notes: This module, forming part of the BA (Hons) degree course in Architectural Studies, is recognised and approved by the Royal Institute of British Architects for exemption from Part 1 of the RIBA Examination in Architecture.

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