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ELDS 306 Electronic Implementation for Urban Design This course introduces students to the use of com- puters for assessment and representation of the environmental landscape, as applied to urban design and development. The geographic information system, ArchiCAD and Form-Z are introduced. Data collection, assessment and synthesis are incorporated as compo- nents of the urban design and development process. Prerequisite(s): ELDS 225.


ELDS 325 Electronic Design II This course emphasizes managing and communicating design data, tools and presentation information during the three phases of the design process: programmatic design, schematic design and design development. Students utilize several 3-D design tools. In addition, desktop publishing, Web authoring, rendering tools, digital manipulation tools and digital cameras enable students to effectively communicate form and space related to either the building arts or the product- based design professions. Prerequisite(s): ELDS 205 or ELDS 225.


ELDS 330 Visualization in Electronic Design I This course explores the use of visualization and 3-D design-based software, focusing on their applications within the building arts. Students are expected to gain an in-depth knowledge of effective communication formats such as raster graphics for the presentation of form and space. Prerequisite(s): ELDS 225.


ELDS 335 BIM for Interior Design Students in this course will use advance Building Information Modeling techniques to explore a variety of Interior Design related issues that build on fun- damental tools learned in prerequisite coursework. Emphasis is placed on the design tools, documenta- tion and management of a project to give students an understanding of workflow strategies associated with current software technology. Prerequisite(s): ELDS 225.


ELDS 425 Electronic Design Practice and Project Management This course teaches principles of practice and proj- ect management related to product and/or building documentation. Students apply CAD to produce the electronic documentation of product, form and space that is utilized by the building and product design professions for 3-D construction documents. Prerequisite(s): ELDS 225.


ELDS 430 Visualization in Electronic Design II This course focuses on the development of elec- tronic- based design documentation, presentation and communication within the building arts professions. Attention is paid to the major areas of Web design and authoring, as well as Web-based animation uses through the Internet. Students are expected to learn to assess the aesthetic and technical aspects of Web- based design tools. Prerequisite(s): ELDS 330.


ELDS 440 Digital Applications for Building Performance This course explores advanced Building Information Modeling topics that introduce students to various software applications that allow for digital prototyp- ing and building performance analysis. The course will focus on principles of sustainable practice as they relate to energy use and will also investigate the structural behavior of form. Prerequisite(s): ELDS 425.


ELDS 445 Digital Prototyping and Fabrication Methods This course teaches fundamental principles of digital prototyping and fabrication methods for architecture and building. It focuses on the inherent value of digital prototypes to evaluate the viability and performance of the design intent with respect to material selection and method of assembly. The course also explores techniques of digital fabrication and the implications on assembly. Students use a variety of digital tech- niques to evaluate, document, fabricate and assemble a series of architectural components at various scales and material. Prerequisite(s): ARCH 241, ARCH 252, ELDS 225, ELDS 425.


ELDS 450 Spatial Simulation in Electronic Design This course will focus on virtual 3-D design with a variety of representation modes associated with the building arts design process. Building related modeling, environment lighting, interior/exterior materials, map- ping, rendering, interactive 3-D and Web publishing for the purpose of representation and communication will be presented. Prerequisite(s): ELDS 225.


ELDS 475 Electronic Design Simulation and Communication This course explores the methodology involved in applying electronic simulation and communication tools to the design process. Students are expected to learn in-depth techniques for 3-D modeling, applied knowledge on simulation-orientated rendering and animation tools, and digital image manipulation tools. Students produce presentations for the three phases of an electronic design process—programmatic, sche- matic and design development. Prerequisite(s): ELDS 325 or ELDS 425.


Electronic Design (Graduate)


ELDS 704 Electronic Design This course initiates advanced study of computer- aided design as it relates to the building design profes- sions. The class covers the advanced application and utilization of network operating systems, the digital creation and manipulation of scanned images, 2-D drafting and 3-D modeling to visually communicate building oriented form.


ELDS 708 Communication in Electronic Design This course begins the advanced study of computer aided design through the management and com- munication of design data, tools and presentation information utilized in the three phases of the design process: programmatic design, schematic design and design development. Students gain experience and proficiency with multiple 3-D digital design, rendering and digital manipulation programs to visually com- munication form and space as related to the building design or product-based design professions.


ELDS 713 Visualization in Electronic Design I In this course, students focus on integrating electronic visualization tools to communicate and promote individual design concepts and approaches. The tools applied include imaging, rendering and image manipu- lations. Students also transfer their designs to different output media. Prerequisite(s): ELDS 704.


ELDS 716 Visualization in Electronic Design II Students focus on the advanced development of professional quality electronic-based design documen- tation, presentation and communication techniques within the building design professions. Students gain experience and proficiency in the areas of Web design, Web authoring and Web-based animation. Prerequisite(s): ELDS 713.


ELDS 720 Electronic Implementation for Urban Design This course provides experience with the use of com- puters for assessment and representation of the envi- ronmental landscape, as applications to urban design and development through appropriate systems and software. Data collection, assessment and synthesis are incorporated as a component of the Urban Design and Development process.


ELDS 727 Electronic Design Practice and Project Management This course applies the principles of practice and proj- ect management related to product and/or building documentation. Students utilize BIM software to pro- duce documentation of both construction processes and design details utilized within the building and product design practices. Prerequisite(s): ELDS 704.


ELDS 740 Digital Applications for Building Performance This course explores advanced Building Information Modeling (BIM) topics that introduce students to various software applications that allow for digital prototyping and building performance analysis. The


course focuses on principles of sustainable practice as they relate to energy use and also investigate the structural behavior of form. Prerequisite(s): ELDS 727.


ELDS 745 Digital Prototyping and Fabrication Methods This course teaches graduate students the fundamen- tal principles of advanced digital prototyping and fabri- cation methods for architecture and building. It focuses on the inherent value of digital prototypes to evaluate the viability and performance of the design intent with respect to material selection and method of assembly. In addition, the course will explore higher techniques of digital fabrication and the implications on assembly. Students will use a variety of digital techniques to evaluate, document, fabricate, and assemble series of advanced architectural components at various scales and material. Prerequisite(s): ELDS 727.


ELDS 750 Spatial Simulation for the Building Arts This course focuses on advanced 3-D simulation pro- cesses and products available to the building arts pro- fessions. Areas of emphasis include advanced building modeling, environmental concerns such as lighting and fenestration, interior/exterior materials, mapping and rendering. Projects focus on complex interactive 3-D and virtual reality in the representation and communi- cation of design solutions. Prerequisite(s): ELDS 704.


ELDS 775 Electronic Design Simulation and Communication This course explores the methodology involved in applying electronic simulation and communication tools to the design process. Students are expected to learn in-depth techniques for 3-D modeling, applied knowledge on simulation-orientated rendering and ani- mation tools, and digital image manipulation tools. Stu- dents produce presentations for the three phases of an electronic design process—programmatic, schematic and design development. Prerequisite(s): ELDS 704.


ELDS 780 Special Topics in Electronic Design The topic of this course varies from quarter to quarter. Each course focuses on issues in electronic design and allows students to pursue individual or collab- orative projects related to the subject of the course. Prerequisite(s): ELDS 704.


English (Undergraduate)


ENGL 123 Composition This course examines written exposition and communi- cation. Assignments include analyzing and composing essays and implementing research skills.


ENGL 124 Composition and Literature This course provides an introduction to the study of literature. Students are expected to demonstrate understanding and use of essay techniques in the form of literary analysis. Prerequisite(s): ENGL 123.


ENGL 125 Literature of the South This course looks at the South through its rich liter- ary heritage—Southern folklore, historical accounts and works of Southern authors including Flannery O’Connor, William Faulkner and James Dickey. Various forms of composition are reviewed. Prerequisite(s): ENGL 123.


ENGL 137 Shakespeare This course explores the life and works of William Shakespeare. Representative examples of his poetry, histories, tragedies and comedies are examined. Prerequisite(s): ENGL 123.


ENGL 139 The Romantic Revolution This course analyzes the work of Romantic writers of the late 18th and 19th centuries, such as William Wordsworth, Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Walt Whit- man. Students also concentrate on writing essays. Prerequisite(s): ENGL 123.


ENGL 141 Arthurian Literature Arthurian legend forms an exquisite backdrop for cre- ative expression. Students will explore Arthurian tradi- tions over time and across genres by reading medieval texts and modern revisions, tracing themes such as quest. Kingdom, and courtly love, and evaluating why


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