ACT 1391 - History of Architecture I
3 Class Hours
An introductory course in the history of architectural ideas, construction technology, and community in major world cultures from ancient periods to 1500 A.D. Topics include the development of architecture through historical periods, identification of features and characteristics of architecture during these periods; Ancient architecture, Greek and Roman architecture, Indian architecture, Chinese architecture, Japanese architecture, Islamic architecture, and Byzantine architecture.
Semester Availability: Fall
Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway
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