Fall 2017 Official Course List for TIs, Post-professional M.Arch II

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Notes:

  1. Some courses may have prerequisites or require permission of instructor.
  2. Some courses, not listed here, may also be taken for TI credit if approved by petition.
  3. Find course information including prerequisites, meeting times, and course descriptions by clicking on the course; or go to Cornell's Course Roster.
  4. Additional information about architecture electives can be found here.
  5. For additional information about Cornell's "sustainability" courses (both fall and spring semesters), see the Registrar's list of sustainability courses and Atkinson Center's list of sustainability courses. Courses on these lists that do not appear below require an approved petition.
  6. This list is always under construction, and subject to revision.

Architecture courses

Architecture + Discourse (A+D)

ARCH 3308/6308 Photography and Architecture

ARCH 3308/4408/6308 Guns: Myth and Manufacture

ARCH 3308/6308 Architecture of Evolution

ARCH 3308/6308 Public [Art-or-Act]?!

ARCH 3308/6308 Gravity and Lightness: from Moneo to SANAA

ARCH 5819/6308 Migration + Discrimination

ARCH 4509/6509 Drawing Housing Manifestos

ARCH 6509 Stop Motion Manifestos

ARCH 4605/6605 Haunted Houses

ARCH 3819/5819 Edge Cities: Celluloid New York and Los Angeles

ARCH 3819/5819 archi•pop

ARCH 3819/5819 Exhibition as Medium: Curating Modern Architecture

ARCH 4408 Street or Public

ARCH 4300/4500 Architecture Publications: Sojourns

ARCH 6800 State 0f the Discipline: Architectural Historiography

ARCH 6801 Foundations of the Discipline

ARCH 6819 Architects and Historians: Why We Do Those Things We Do

Architecture + Ecology (A+E)

Arch 1611/5611 Environmental Systems I: Site and Sustainability

ARCH 3308/6308 Architecture of Evolution

ARCH 3702 Visual Imaging in the Electronic Age

ARCH 4605/6605 Rethinking Wood

ARCH 4605/6605 Kinetic Skins: Actuated Facade Systems

ARCH 4605/6605 Environment/Ecological Urbanism and Systems

Architecture + Representation (A+R)

ARCH 3308/6308 Photography and Architecture

ARCH 3308/4408/6308 Guns: Myth and Manufacture

ARCH 3308/6308 Public [Art-or-Act]?!

ARCH 3702 Visual Imaging in the Electronic Age

ARCH 4509/6509 Drawing Housing Manifestos

ARCH 4509/6509 Architectural Models

ARCH 4509/6509 Stop Motion Manifestos

ARCH 4605/6605 Forms of Making: Introduction to Digital Fabrication

ARCH 4605/6605 Rethinking Wood

ARCH 4605/6605 Kinetic Skins: Actuated Facade Systems

ARCH 4605/6605 Environment/Ecological Urbanism and Systems

ARCH 4605/6605 Haunted Houses

ARCH 3819/5819 Exhibition as Medium: Curating Modern Architecture

ARCH 3308/4408/6308 Guns: Myth and Manufacture

ARCH 4408 Street or Public

Architecture + Urbanism (A+U)

ARCH 3308/6308 Design in Real Estate Development

ARCH 3308/6308 Public [Art-or-Act]?!

ARCH 3819/5819 Exhibition as Medium: Curating Modern Architecture

ARCH 5819/6308 Migration + Discrimination

ARCH 4509/6509 Drawing Housing Manifestos

ARCH 3819/5819 Edge Cities: Celluloid New York and Los Angeles

ARCH 4408 Street or Public

ARCH 6801 Foundations of the Discipline

ARCH 6819 Architects and Historians: Why We Do Those Things We Do

Non-architecture courses

Architecture + Discourse (A+D)

AIIS 3560 Thinking from a Different Place: Indigenous Philosophies

ANTHR 6020 History of Anthropological Thought

ARTH 4440/6440 Constructing the Self in the Sixteenth Century

ARTH 4816/6816 Modern Chinese Art

ARTH 6153 (also FGSS 4153/6153) Feminist Posthumanisms in the Visual Arts

ASRC 3470 Nueva York: Caribbean Urbanisms

CRP 3011/6011 Ethics, Development, and Globalization

DSOC 6200 Community, Place, and Environment

ENGL 2000 Introduction to Criticism and Theory

ENGL 4705 Social Activism and Tactical Media design

FGSS 3000 Feminist Theory

FREN 6410 Derrida and Literature

GERST 4210 Existentialism or Marxism

HIST 6221 Environmental History

INFO 2450 Communication and Technology

ROMS 3802 Fantasies of Avant-Gardes

SHUM 4615 Electronic Civil Disobediences

Non-architecture courses

Architecture + Ecology (A+E)

AEM 2500 Environmental and Resource Management

AEM 4450 Toward a Sustainable Global Food System

AEM 4580/6580 The Economics and Psychology of Sustainable Business

AEM 4880 Global Food, Energy, and Water Nexus - Engage the US, China, and India for Sustainability

AEM 6510 Environmental and Resource Economics

AMST 4102/6104 Governing Green Cities

BEE 3299 Sustainable Development

BIOEE 1610 Introductory Biology: Ecology and the Environment

CEE 1130 Sustainable Engineering of Energy, Water, Soil, and Air Resources

CHEME 6641 Energy Value Chain Module

CHEME 6660 Analysis of Sustainable Energy Systems

CRP 3840/5840 Green Cities

CRP 3850 Environmental Impact Review

CRP 4080 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

CRP 4770 Seminar on African Development

CRP 5080 Introduction to GIS for Planners

CRP 5620 Perspectives on Preservation

DEA 2020 Introduction to Sustainable Design

DEA 2700 Healthy Places: Design, Planning and Public Health

DEA 3500/6520 The Ambient Environment

DEA 3510/6510 Ergonomics and Anthropometrics

DEA 3530 Planning and Managing the Workplace: Evidence-Based Design and Organizational Ecology

DEA 4401 Adaptive Reuse Studio: Recycling the Built Environment [May not be appropriate since it is a design studio course; still, it meets Tuesday and Thursday, so it is possible]

DEA 6200 Studies in Human-Environment Relations

DSOC 3400 Agriculture, Food, Sustainability and Social Justice

EAS 1101 Climate and Energy: a 21st Century Earth Science Perspective

EAS 1600 Environmental Physics

ECE 5870 Energy Seminar I

ECON 2040 (also INFO 2040) Networks

ENGL 3560 Thinking from a Different Place: Indigenous Philosophies

ENGL 6755 Critical Ecologies

ENGRD 2210 Thermodynamics

ENGRD 2510 Engineering Processes for Environmental Sustainability

ENGRI 1140 (also MSE 1140) Materials: The Future of Energy

FSAD 2370 Structural Fabric Design

FSAD 6390 Properties of Fibrous Systems

ILRIC 4313/6013 Work, Labor, and the Climate Crisis

LA 3170/5170 Design and Environmental Systems

LA 4910 Creating the Urban Eden: Woody Plant Selection, Design, and Landscape Establishment

LA 6160 Site Engineering

LA 6910 Design of Landscapes

MAE 1130 Introduction to Computer-Aided Manufacture

MAE 6710 Human-Robot Interaction: Algorithms and Experiments

MSE 5320 Glass: Structure, Properties and Modern Applications

NS 4450 Toward a Sustainable Global Food System: Food Policy for Developing Countries

NTRES 3300 Planning for Environmental Conservation and Sustainability

NTRES 3301 Sustainability Science

NTRES 6201 Community, Place, and Environment

PLBIO 2470 Plants and People

Non-architecture courses

Architecture + Representation (A+R)

ART 3091 Directed Readings in Art

ART 3093 Directed Research in Art

ART 3202 Painting: Intent and Context

ART 3404 Sculpture: Installation

ARTH 2200 Introduction to Art History: The Classical World in 24 Objects

ARTH 2400 Introduction to Art History: Renaissance and Baroque Art

ARTH 2500 Introduction to History of Photography

ARTH 3820 Introduction to the Arts of Japan

ARTH 4440/6440 Constructing the Self in the Sixteenth Century

ARTH 4816/6816 Modern Chinese Art

ARTH 6153 (also FGSS 4153/6153) Feminist Posthumanisms in the Visual Arts

ASIAN 3318 Literature and Media in Japan

DEA 2030 Design Communications

INFO 5340 Virtual and Augmented Reality

MUSIC 1421 Introduction to Computer Music

PSYCH 3420 Human Perception: Application to Computer Graphics, Art, and Visual Display

Non-architecture courses

Architecture + Urbanism (A+U)

AIIS 3560 Thinking from a Different Place: Indigenous Philosophies

AMST 3812 (also PAM 3441/VISST 3812) Edge Cities: Celluloid New York and Los Angeles

AMST 4102/6104 (also GOVT 6102) Governing Green Cities

ART 3404 Sculpture: Installation

ARTH 2711 Archaeology of the Roman world: Italy and the West

ARTH 3419 Rembrandt's Circle: Global Dutch — Travel and Trade in Africa, the Americas, Asia

ARKEO 4460 Heritage and its Entanglements: Representing, Collecting, and Preserving Cultural Identity

ASRC 4547 (also HIST 4547) The Middle East in Africa, Africa in the Middle East

ASRC 3470 (also LATA 3470/LSP 3470) Nueva York: Caribbean Urbanisms

ASRC 4514/6514 Post Colonial Studies and Black Radical Tradition

ASIAN 4463 (also ENGL 4996/ SHUM 4613) Theorizing the Local and the Global: Corruption and the Indian Novel in English

ASIAN 6680 (also GOVT 3384) The Asian Century: The Rise of China and India

CLASS 7743 (also NES 7743) Archaeology of the Hellenistic Mediterranean

COML 3780 (also FREN 3780/ GOVT 3786) What is a People? The Social Contract and its Discontents

COML 3802 (also ENG 3902/ ROMS 3802) Fantasies of Avant-Gardes

COML 4251 (also GERST 4210/ GOVT 4015/ ROMS 4210) Existentialism or Marxism

COML 6521 (also NES 4798) Cosmopolitanism, Tolerance and Coexistence

COML 6944 (also GOVT 6946/ ROMS 6944) Biopolitics

CRP 3011/6011 Ethics, Development, and Globalization

CRP 3430/6430 Affordable Housing Policy and Programs

CRP 3840/5840 Green Cities

CRP 4080 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

CRP 4770 Seminar on African Development

CRP 5190 History and Theory of Urban Spatial Development

CRP 5560 and 5561 Creating the Built Environment and Innovation and Strategy in Commercial Real Estate Development

CRP 5620 Perspectives on Preservation

DEA 2700 Healthy Places: Design, Planning and Public Health

DSOC 6200 Community, Place, and Environment

ECON 2040 (also INFO 2040) Networks

ENGL 6650 (also AMST 6650/ARTH 6650) Race, Gender, and Crossing Water: Narratives of Mobility and Escape in the Nineteenth Century U.S.

ENGL 6755: Critical Ecologies

GERST 3290: Mean Streets: German Crime and Detective Fiction

GERST 3515 (also PMA3514) Cinema of the Weimar Republic

GERST 4355 (also HIST 4235) Images and History: Siegfried Kracauer

GOVT 3284 Populism, Democracy & Authoritarianism

GOVT 3605 Ideology

GOVT 3785 (also PHIL 2945/ AMST 3785) Civil Disobedience

GOVT 4566/ 6566: Critical Theories of Power

HIST 2797 (also ASIAN 2297) Muslims on the Silk Road

JWST 3625 (also NES 3625) Ancient Iraq: Cities, Migrations, and Kings

LA 3140/6140 Water and the City in Latin America

LA 4910 Creating the Urban Eden: Woody Plant Selection, Design, and Landscape Establishment

LA 6910 Design of Landscapes

NES 2985 (also ANTH 2285/ CLASS 2685) Egyptomania: Imagining Egypt in the Greco-Roman World

NTRES 6201 Community, Place, and Environment

PADM 5734 Policy Issues in Disaster Prevention and Recovery

PAM 3250/5250 Neighborhoods, Housing, and Urban Policy



First posted Aug. 11, 2017; last updated Aug. 19, 2017

Revisions:

19 Aug. 2017, added to A+U: ARCH 3819/5819 Exhibition as Medium: Curating Modern Architecture

19 Aug. 2017, added to A+U: ARCH 6801 Foundations of the Discipline