Courses Open to Non-Majors - Ancient Settlements, Buildings, and Landscapes ARCH 3106   Ancient Settlements, Buildings, and Landscapes
CREDIT HOURS: 3
This course explores the origin and evolution of human settlement patterns from prehistory to the early modern era. With a comparative analysis of global cultures, it considers geographic, ecological, social, and economic factors that are common or unique. Topics include land use, habitation, defensive structures, monumental complexes, commercial districts, infrastructure, and communication networks.
FORMAT:
  • Lecture
  • Tutorial

TUTORIAL HOURS PER WEEK: 1
RESTRICTIONS: Restricted to BEDS students; BCD students in third or fourth year; students in third year or above from other faculties; or permission of instructor