The course will establish a base of design concepts and knowledge with an introduction to references and ideas to foster independent inquiry. The course will introduce graphic communications through a series of two dimensional exercises; developing foundational skills. Prerequisite: CAVAD Major. (4 units; Spring))

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
ARC120-C
Allbeck, Krysten Rhae
01/13/2025 WF 10:45 AM - 12:15 PM Health Science Campus A007
ARC120-F
Allbeck, Krysten Rhae
01/13/2025 WF 10:45 AM - 12:15 PM Health Science Campus A007
ARC120-B
Allbeck, Krysten Rhae
01/13/2025 WF 10:45 AM - 12:15 PM Health Science Campus A007
ARC120-E
Allbeck, Krysten Rhae
01/13/2025 WF 10:45 AM - 12:15 PM Health Science Campus A007
ARC120-A
Allbeck, Krysten Rhae
01/13/2025 WF 10:45 AM - 12:15 PM Health Science Campus A007
ARC120-D
Allbeck, Krysten Rhae
01/13/2025 WF 10:45 AM - 12:15 PM Health Science Campus A007

The course will establish a base of design concepts and knowledge with an introduction to references and ideas to foster independent inquiry. The course will develop foundational appreciation and skills for effective three-dimensional (3D) visual expression through graphic representation. Prerequisite: Architecture or Interior Design major. (4 units; Fall)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
ARC122-B
Kaiser, Keelan
09/03/2024 WF 10:45 AM - 12:15 PM Health Science Campus A007
ARC122-E
Kaiser, Keelan
09/03/2024 WF 10:45 AM - 12:15 PM Health Science Campus A007
ARC122-C
Kaiser, Keelan
09/03/2024 WF 10:45 AM - 12:15 PM Health Science Campus A007
ARC122-F
Kaiser, Keelan
09/03/2024 WF 10:45 AM - 12:15 PM Health Science Campus A007
ARC122-A
Kaiser, Keelan
09/03/2024 WF 10:45 AM - 12:15 PM Health Science Campus A007
ARC122-D
Kaiser, Keelan
09/03/2024 WF 10:45 AM - 12:15 PM Health Science Campus A007

The studio explores and develops conceptual strategies for basic formal and spatial design, emphasizing the role of ordering principles and of fundamental architectonic elements in the implementation of design intentions. Students also will be introduced to foundational processes for developing design projects through the application of formal analytical vocabulary, diagramming, drawing methods and conventions, and three-dimensional modeling. Prerequisites: CAVAD major and ARC 122. (6 units; Fall)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
ARC210-C
Adrian, Xavier Rene
09/03/2024 MWF 8:15 AM - 11:45 AM Architecture 125
ARC210-D
Chung, Kyung_Ill
09/03/2024 MWF 8:15 AM - 11:45 AM Architecture 125
ARC210-A
Allbeck, Krysten Rhae
09/03/2024 MWF 8:15 AM - 11:45 AM Architecture 126
ARC210-B
Duemer, Susan H.
09/03/2024 MWF 8:15 AM - 11:45 AM Architecture 126

The studio focuses on conceptualization and implementation of architectural ideas in response to environment, landscape, site and enclosure, as applied to a specific program and building type. Students will continue to develop the foundational design processes introduced in previous studios, and will be introduced to the role of rigorous precedent analysis in the generation of architectural ideas. Prerequisite: ARC 210. (6 units; Spring)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
ARC212-C
Youssef, Karim W.
01/13/2025 MWF 8:15 AM - 11:45 AM Architecture 125
ARC212-D
Duemer, Susan H.
01/13/2025 MWF 8:15 AM - 11:45 AM Architecture 125
ARC212-A
Greene, Aaron Steven_Wendel
01/13/2025 MWF 8:15 AM - 11:45 AM Architecture 126
ARC212-B
Slagill, Jacob Rayne
01/13/2025 MWF 8:15 AM - 11:45 AM Architecture 126

The course will be an advanced course to develop an awareness and understanding of the role of Building Information Modeling in the student's ability to study design ideas and present those ideas in the various design disciplines. Emphasis will be on the relationship of computer graphics with the design process. Prerequisites: CAVAD major and ARC 120. (3 units; Fall/Spring)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
ARC220-A
Slagill, Jacob Rayne
09/03/2024 Th 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM Architecture 110
ARC220-B
Slagill, Jacob Rayne
09/03/2024 Th 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Architecture 110
ARC220-A
Slagill, Jacob Rayne
01/13/2025 T 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM Architecture 114

The course will cover formal, theoretical, material, pragmatic and conceptual aspects of architecture, cities and art, examined in relation to their cultural contexts, from pre-history to circa 1400. (3 units; Fall)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
ARC240-A
Kaford, Katherine M.
09/03/2024 TTh 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM Mission Hall 109

The course will cover formal, theoretical, material, pragmatic and conceptual aspects of architecture, cities and art,examined in relation to their cultural contexts, from circa 1400 to the present. (3 units; Spring)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
ARC242-A
Kaford, Katherine M.
01/13/2025 TTh 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Mission Hall 109

Introduction to materials and methods of the construction of buildings emphasizing the integration of design and technology. Includes comprehensive introduction to the construction of buildings and their systems, materials and methods, and their implications on building sustainability and design decision-making. Common construction methods and details are introduced. Material applications in structural and non-structural building components are explored. CAD and BIM systems are used to develop construction documents for a case study building. Skills developed include analysis of building form and function, understanding design and material selection interrelationships, and communication of ideas through drawing. Prerequisite: Architecture major. (4 units; Spring)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
ARC280-A
Slagill, Jacob Rayne
01/13/2025 T 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM Health Science Campus S292

This course provides an introduction to creativity through discussion and project-based learning. The course provides overview and practice of creative processes (e.g. ideation, research, empathy, proto-typing, etc), in-depth discussion of the theological foundations for creativity, and practice for developing creative habits. (3 units; Fall/Spring)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
DES110-C
STAFF, STAFF
09/03/2024 MW 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM The Village at CBU ART2
DES110-E
Ward, Nancy G.
09/03/2024 MW 12:15 PM - 1:45 PM The Village at CBU ART2
DES110-D
Ward, Nancy G.
09/03/2024 MW 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM The Village at CBU ART2
DES110-A
Dietrich, David D.
09/03/2024 TTh 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Building 36 36A1
DES110-B
Dietrich, David D.
09/03/2024 TTh 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM Yeager Center B220
DES110-C
STAFF, STAFF
01/13/2025 TTh 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM Health Science Campus
DES110-D
STAFF, STAFF
01/13/2025 TTh 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Health Science Campus
DES110-A
STAFF, STAFF
01/13/2025 TTh 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM Health Science Campus
DES110-B
STAFF, STAFF
01/13/2025 TTh 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Health Science Campus

A study of mathematical methods of physics, kinematics, forces, Newton's Laws, earthquakes, fluids, work, energy, power, momentum, heat and thermodynamics, electricity, waves, light, and sound. Additional lab fee. Prerequisite: MAT 145 or 245. (4 units; Fall)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
PHY115-B
Chediak, Juan A.
09/03/2024 Th 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM Yeager Center B111
PHY115-A
Chediak, Juan A.
09/03/2024 T 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM Yeager Center B111
PHY115-A
Chediak, Juan A.
01/13/2025 T 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM TBA

 

Complete one of the following courses:

Basic concepts of analytical geometry, limits and derivatives, differentials and rates, integration, definite and indefinite integrals, differentiation of logarithmic and exponential functions. Prerequisites: MAT 135, 145, EGR 182, or sufficient SAT, ACT or math placement exam scores and appropriate high school mathematics background. (4 units; Fall/Spring)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
MAT245-A
Willett, Robert James
05/06/2024 - Online
MAT245-B
Eatinger, Austin Chase
09/03/2024 MWF 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Park Building ONLN
MAT245-A
Eatinger, Austin Chase
09/03/2024 MWF 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Park Building ONLN
MAT245-A
Curry, Brad
01/13/2025 MWF 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Park Building ONLN
MAT245-B
Curry, Brad
01/13/2025 MWF 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Park Building ONLN
MAT245-A
Willett, Robert James
05/05/2025 - Online

A calculus-based course including an introduction to derivatives and integrals, dimensional analysis, analytical geometry, trigonometry, vectors, experimental error and other topics to provide a mathematical foundation for natural science majors. Prerequisites: MAT 115, 135 or sufficient SAT, ACT or math placement exam scores and appropriate high school mathematics background. (4 units; Spring)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
MAT145-A
Blueford, Luke E.
07/01/2024 MTWTh 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Mission Hall 125
MAT145-B
Eatinger, Austin Chase
09/03/2024 MWF 1:00 PM - 1:45 PM Health Science Campus L240
MAT145-A
Sill, Michael R.
09/03/2024 Th 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Yeager Center B220
MAT145-B
STAFF, STAFF
01/13/2025 Th 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Health Science Campus V295
MAT145-A
Kish, Stephan C
01/13/2025 MWF 12:15 PM - 1:15 PM Park Building 123
MAT145-A
STAFF, STAFF
06/30/2025 MTWTh 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM TBA

 

The studio focuses on conceptualization and implementation of architectural ideas throughout the process of pre-design, programmatic development, site design, and building design. Emphasis will be placed on architectural design as an interpretation and accommodation of various human activities through the exploration of program, perception, scale, proportion, life- safety code and accessibility requirements. Students will continue to develop the design processes introduced in previous studios. Prerequisite: ARC 212. (6 units; Fall)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
ARC310-A
Slagill, Jacob Rayne
09/03/2024 MWF 1:15 PM - 5:00 PM Architecture 222
ARC310-B
Greene, Aaron Steven_Wendel
09/03/2024 MWF 1:15 PM - 5:00 PM Architecture 222
ARC310-C
Chung, Kyung_Ill
09/03/2024 MWF 1:15 PM - 5:00 PM Architecture 222

The studio draws upon the three previous courses in the studio sequence, emphasizing the integrative nature of architectural design. Students will develop and demonstrate their abilities to conceptualize and implement building and site designs that bring together basic design and ordering principles; structural and envelope systems; environmental systems; programmatic and building service systems; and egress. Further emphasis will be placed on design and professional communication. Prerequisite: ARC 310. (6 units; Spring)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
ARC312-B
Youssef, Karim W.
01/13/2025 MWF 1:15 PM - 5:00 PM Architecture 222
ARC312-C
Ogoli, David Mwale
01/13/2025 MWF 1:15 PM - 5:00 PM Architecture 222
ARC312-A
Allbeck, Krysten Rhae
01/13/2025 MWF 1:15 PM - 5:00 PM Architecture 222

The purpose of this course is to enable students to understand the formation and context of various architectural ideas. This course on architectural theory provides students with a means to propose and navigate architectural discourse as a part of their development as architects. Prerequisite: ARC 242, ART 241, or 242. (3 units; Fall)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
ARC350-A
Kaford, Katherine M.
09/03/2024 WF 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM James Complex 107A

Professional Preparation provides an introduction to the profession of architecture through an 1) exploration of the structures of practice including how an office functions and expectations of internship experience; 2) exploration of a critical position of the student in relationship to their design work resulting in the craft of portfolio production; 3) development of professional skills and documents required to obtain a job in professional practice setting; and 4) examination of leadership skills as applied within an architectural practice setting. (2 units; Spring)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
ARC370-A
Slagill, Jacob Rayne
01/13/2025 Th 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM Health Science Campus S292

This course deals with the thermal and environmental processes which effect buildings and how the designer responds to or manipulates the thermal environment. It is necessary for the architect to understand those processes, the human response to them and the impact of them. The class will be organized around the why, what and how of these issues and processes. Prerequisite: PHY 115 (3 units; Fall)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
ARC380-B
Ogoli, David Mwale
09/03/2024 TTh 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM Architecture 113
ARC380-A
Ogoli, David Mwale
09/03/2024 TTh 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM Architecture 113

The course deals with those building elements that pertain to the visual and aural conditioning for the purposes of human use and comfort. The basic principles of light (natural and electrical) and acoustical systems, their integration with other building systems and the impact on the aesthetics of design will be stressed. Plumbing and electrical systems also will be presented. The sustainability of various systems will be explored. Prerequisite: CAVAD major. (3 units; Spring)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
ARC385-B
Ogoli, David Mwale
01/13/2025 TTh 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM Architecture 113
ARC385-A
Ogoli, David Mwale
01/13/2025 TTh 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Architecture 113

Introductory course in statics and strengths of materials for architects. The course provides both qualitative understanding and quantitative understanding, but places a specific focus on the conceptual relationships between structure and form. Topics include static systems, tension / compression, bending and shear stress, combined stresses, strain, cross-sectional considerations, and the physical behavior of structural materials and systems. Additionally, this course integrates the above material with design studio processes via course projects and course format. Prerequisite: MAT 145 or 245. (4 units; Fall/Spring)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
ARC393-A
Schmitz, Sandra Elizabeth
09/03/2024 T 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM Architecture 113
ARC393-A
Schmitz, Sandra Elizabeth
01/13/2025 T 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM Architecture 113

This course is an advanced design studio that assumes a high level of proficiency in design process and representation, as well as in other content areas developed in previous studios. This studio focuses on the conceptualization and implementation of comprehensive architectural design. Students will be expected to draw upon all previous coursework in order to thoroughly develop a project from a detailed program. Prerequisite: ARC 312. (6 units; Fall)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
ARC410-C
Youssef, Karim W.
09/03/2024 MWF 1:15 PM - 5:00 PM Architecture 225
ARC410-A
STAFF, STAFF
09/03/2024 MWF 1:15 PM - 5:00 PM Architecture 225
ARC410-B
Ogoli, David Mwale
09/03/2024 MWF 1:15 PM - 5:00 PM Architecture 225

Introduction to and application of a systems approach of structural design and analysis of buildings for architects. Topics include considerations of steel, concrete, timber, and long-spans structures. Introduction to structural analysis including introduction to typical structural analysis computer programs. Integration of course material with design studio processes via course projects and course format. Prerequisite: ARC 393. (4 units; Fall)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
ARC493-A
Schmitz, Sandra Elizabeth
09/03/2024 Th 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM Architecture 113

This is a practice-oriented course covering major facets of small business with special focus on starting, financing, marketing, operating, and leading the people in a small business. Special emphasis is given to entrepreneurship and small business development. (3 units; Fall/Spring)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
ENT357-A
Gouveia, Nolan M.
09/03/2024 MWF 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Health Science Campus L240
ENT357-A
Gouveia, Nolan M.
01/13/2025 TTh 12:15 PM - 1:45 PM Park Building 202

 

Complete 6 units from the following:

The studio is an advanced design studio that promotes the critical, creative and innovative exploration of environmental, human and tectonic factors associated architectural design process and design thinking. Prerequisite: ARC 410. Pre- or Co- Requisite: ARC 480. (6 units; Spring)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
ARC412-A
Kaiser, Keelan
01/13/2025 MWF 1:15 PM - 5:00 PM Architecture 225
ARC412-B
Lee, Young_Seop
01/13/2025 MWF 1:15 PM - 5:00 PM Architecture 225
ARC412-C
Niermann, Matthew William
01/13/2025 MWF 1:15 PM - 5:00 PM Architecture 225

The course offers students an opportunity to learn, discuss, and analyze historical and contemporary architecture theory, criticism, and design principles on location. Raises and addresses architectural questions of composition, society, politics, and environment. Students may only earn credit for either ARC 460 or 561. Prerequisite: ARC 310. (4 units; Spring)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
ARC460-B
STAFF, STAFF
01/13/2025 Th 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Architecture 110
ARC460-C
Allbeck, Krysten Rhae
01/13/2025 Th 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM Architecture 110
ARC460-D
STAFF, STAFF
01/13/2025 Th 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM Architecture 110
ARC460-A
Kaiser, Keelan
01/13/2025 Th 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Architecture 110

The course covers the detailed history of architecture and urban development in the host city, from its founding to the present. Offered only abroad. Prerequisite: ARC 310. (3 units; Spring/Summer)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
ARC462-A
Kaford, Katherine M.
01/13/2025 TTh 12:15 PM - 1:45 PM Yeager Center A110

This course will explore the history, goals, methods of design, quantification, and holistic integration of sustainable systems in architecture. Specific topics include design strategies for energy reduction, passive heating and cooling, comparative energy modeling, photovoltaic systems, envelope design, life cycle analysis, and sustainable vernacular architecture. Through readings, lectures, research, and projects, students will develop the theoretical framework and technical skills to implement fundamental sustainable strategies in architectural design and to evaluate their impact. Prerequisite: ARC 380. (3 units; Spring)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
ARC480-A
Ogoli, David Mwale
01/13/2025 M 8:15 AM - 11:15 AM Architecture 110
ARC480-B
Ogoli, David Mwale
01/13/2025 W 8:15 AM - 11:15 AM Architecture 110

This course focuses both on general management theory and specific project and team practices useful in the rapidly shifting environment of technology. Particular emphasis is given to the range of diverse techniques required to meet the challenges of managing teams to the successful completion of technology projects in the contemporary workplace. A comprehensive project will be completed in a group setting using Project Management theory and techniques. (3 units; Fall & Online)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
BUS475-A
STAFF, STAFF
09/03/2024 TTh 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM Park Building 203

This course builds on a foundational understanding of creativity's process and purpose. The aim of the course is for students to apply these foundations to the act of completing interdisciplinary creative projects in context. Additional course fee. Prerequisite: DES 110. (3 units; Fall/Spring)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
DES310-A
Kern, Christopher Paul
09/03/2024 TTh 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM Adams Business Park B26
DES310-B
Kern, Christopher Paul
09/03/2024 TTh 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Adams Business Park B26
DES310-C
Lippire, Kristine
09/03/2024 TTh 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Adams Business Park C34B
DES310-A
Kern, Christopher Paul
01/13/2025 TTh 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM Adams Business Park B25
DES310-B
Kern, Christopher Paul
01/13/2025 TTh 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Adams Business Park B25
DES310-C
Biermann, Brett C
01/13/2025 TTh 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Adams Business Park B8

Students have the option of completing a concentration in one of the following:

  • Architectural Representation
  • Construction Management
  • Human Factors in Design
  • Religion and the Built Environment

Architectural Representation (15 units)

This foundational course provides a broad introduction to the field of visual communication by exploring 2D design concepts, processes, techniques, and production methods. Students will gain experience in the ideation, research, execution, and presentation of design related projects. Additional course fee. (3 units; Fall/Spring)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
GDM215-A
Dallas, Dirk A.
09/03/2024 Th 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM James Complex 332
GDM215-B
Berger, Michael
09/03/2024 F 1:15 PM - 4:15 PM James Complex 332
GDM215-A
Berger, Michael
01/13/2025 Th 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM James Complex 332

 

Complete twelve (12) units from the following:

This course will explore how to develop, conceptualize and craft effective design solutions in the form of a visual identity system. Students will design a variety of branding elements and strategy guidelines to visually communicate a core message across an array of products, services, and environments. Additional course fee. Prerequisite: GDM 215. (3 units; Fall/Spring)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
GDM315-A
Wright, Christopher Keith
09/03/2024 M 3:45 PM - 6:45 PM Adams Business Park A19
GDM315-A
Wright, Christopher Keith
01/13/2025 M 3:45 PM - 6:45 PM Adams Business Park A19

This course builds a foundation for advanced 3D environmental modeling, photorealistic rendering, stylistic shading, and effects processes. Students will build upon fundamental techniques to create professional quality imagery and motion with industry standard software such as Cinema 4D and Element 3D. Working is a typical design studio pipeline, students will work with NURBS modeling and mesh editing for hard surface and organic objects; texture mapping, special effects including effectors, dynamics, and multiple emitters; optimization techniques; and a variety of compositing methods to create both artistic works and commercial products. Prerequisite: EGR 121, FLP 170, or DES 102. (3 units; Fall)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
GDM351-A
Biermann, Brett C
09/03/2024 T 8:45 AM - 11:45 AM Adams Business Park B8
GDM351-A
Biermann, Brett C
01/13/2025 T 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM Adams Business Park

This course focuses on advanced 3D concept design, compositing, product design, environmental modeling, photorealistic rendering, stylistic shading, and effects processes. Students will learn advanced techniques for 3D compositing into live action videography that includes a variety of methodologies to create both artistic works and commercial products with industry standard software such as Cinema 4D, After Effects, and Premiere. Prerequisite: GDM 351. (3 units; Spring, odd years)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation

With the ubiquity of mobile devices and the mainstream adoption of wearables, there is an additive digital layer of structured data viewable in mixed reality environments such as augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR). This course provides students with an overview of the history and evolution of these technologies, their convergence, and how to build basic mixed reality applications for such domains as the arts, design visualization, architecture, fashion, and other artistic and commercial use cases. Students will use industry standard programs such as Unity 3D and Snapchat Lens. Prerequisite: GDM 351. (3 units; Spring)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
GDM354-A
Biermann, Brett C
01/13/2025 Th 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM Adams Business Park B8

 

Construction Management (12 units)

Complete twelve (12) units from the following:

Construction Law & Safety introduces students to construction law, safety and health conditions as they relate to workers, supervisors, inspectors, and the public. Prerequisite: CON 205. (3 units; Spring)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
CON330-A
Li, Jiliang
01/13/2025 TTh 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM Engineering 119

This course provides fundamental knowledge for the documentation, administration, and successful delivery of construction projects through the application of industry standard project delivery methodologies. The course will also introduce students to various aspects of construction contracts in respect to project delivery, construction law and ethics. (3 units; Spring)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
CON350-A
Lee, Jay J.
01/13/2025 TTh 12:15 PM - 1:45 PM Engineering 202

This course introduces students to advanced concepts in construction estimating/cost engineering, including but not limited to the creation of estimating spreadsheets and application of labor, material and equipment calculations. The use of cost estimating databases, what distinguishes between direct and indirect construction costs, bid proposal preparation and various computer applications. Prerequisite: CON 205. (3 units; Fall)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
CON430-A
Lee, Jay J.
09/03/2024 TTh 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM Engineering 129

Construction Planning and Scheduling introduces students to theory and application of construction scheduling to control the acquisition, movement, storage, utilization of workers, material, and equipment with emphasis given to the Critical Path Method (CPM). Prerequisite: CON 430. (3 units; Spring)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
CON460-A
Lee, Jay J.
01/13/2025 TTh 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM Engineering 129

An introduction to professional construction management practice including contracts, addendums, bonds, design-build, bids, specifications, scheduling, and other legal issues. Prerequisite: Junior or Senior status. (3 units; Fall)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
EGR451-B
Lee, Jay J.
09/03/2024 MWF 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Engineering 202
EGR451-A
Lee, Jay J.
09/03/2024 TTh 3:45 PM - 5:15 PM Engineering 129

 

Human Factors in Design (12 units)

Complete twelve (12) units from the following:

A general survey of Physical Anthropology, including evolutionary theory, the primate fossil record, primatology, human variability, and genetics. The history, methods, and theories of archaeology are also considered - covering all eras of the human past, from prehistoric to modern times. (3 units; Spring)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
ANT325-A
STAFF, STAFF
01/13/2025 TTh 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM TBA

This course addresses anthropological theory in a historical context and explores how the discipline has developed over time. Theories of culture are the main focus, though archeological, physical, and linguistic anthropological theories are discussed. Approaches to understanding human behavior from cognitive, material, and behavioral approaches are central. Prerequisite: ANT 225. (3 units; Fall, odd years)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation

This course will examine patterns of subsistence (economics) and social organization and control. Focusing on case studies and theoretical perspectives in anthropology regarding economics and political systems, students will explore the meaning and function of various approaches to subsistence and social organization. Using the comparative perspective (ethnology), students will also critically assess democracy as it is contextualized among various people groups to consider various forms of political engagement and shape their own views of how cultural groups employ these patterns of culture. (3 units; Spring, odd years)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
ANT410-A
STAFF, STAFF
01/13/2025 M 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM James Complex ONLN

This course examines the principles of psychological, cognitive, physical, spiritual and social development from conception to adolescence. A Biblical view of growth and change throughout these developmental periods will be addressed. Prerequisite: PSY 213. (3 units; Fall, even years)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
PSY305-A
Reed, Jasmine J.
09/03/2024 MWF 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM The Village at CBU 300

This course examines the principles of psychological, cognitive, physical, spiritual and social development from late childhood to late adulthood. A Biblical view of growth and change throughout these developmental periods will be addressed. Prerequisite: PSY 213. (3 units; Spring, even years)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
PSY315-A
STAFF, STAFF
01/13/2025 TTh 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM TBA

This course provides an introduction into the structure and processes of the mind, focusing on topics including perception, attention, memory, decision-making, and consciousness. Students will engage with research examining cognition from a behavioral, information-processing, and a physiological perspective. Additionally, students will engage with the philosophical/epistemological assumptions in the study of cognition, with relevant applications in domains such as artificial intelligence, criminal justice, and theology. Prerequisite: PSY 213. (3 units; Fall, Spring, & Online)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
PSY328-A
Smith, Erin I.
09/03/2024 T 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Yeager Center ONLN
PSY328-B
Smith, Erin I.
09/03/2024 Th 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Yeager Center ONLN
PSY328-B
Smith, Erin I.
01/13/2025 Th 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM TBA ONLN
PSY328-A
Smith, Erin I.
01/13/2025 T 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM TBA ONLN

This course is a general introduction to the scientific study of sensory processes and perceptual phenomena. The course explores how brain processes facilitate representation for psychological experiences, as well as the impact of multi-modal perceptual processes. Prerequisite: PSY 213. (3 units; Fall, even years)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
PSY338-A
Mauldin, Kristin N.
09/03/2024 - Online

This course is an introduction to the theoretical, behavioral, and physiological aspects of emotion and motivation in humans. The role of motivation and emotion across domains such as health, education and well-being will be considered, with attention to biological, psychological, and social influences. Prerequisite: PSY 213. (3 units; Spring, odd years)

InstructorStart DateDaysTimeLocation
PSY458-A
Mauldin, Kristin N.
01/13/2025 MW 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM TBA ONLN

A study of the nature and meaning of social problems and deviant behavior in American Society. The incidence and characteristics of selected social problems of major public interest will be explored. (3 units; Spring & Online)

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SOC335-A
STAFF, STAFF
01/13/2025 MWF 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM TBA

The course addresses the sociological and social psychology dimensions of group behavior, the influences on the socialization of the individual, social interaction and impacts on patterned roles and authority structures. Theories will be applied in group experiences, observations, writing, and problem solving. (3 units; Spring & Online)

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SOC338-A
STAFF, STAFF
01/13/2025 TTh 12:15 PM - 1:45 PM TBA

This course will critically look at aging as a social process in addition to its biological and psychological components. Additionally, it will identify the aging population in our present society, the various social experiences associated with aging as well as the socioeconomic issues related to aging. (3 units; Spring)

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SOC348-A
STAFF, STAFF
01/13/2025 TTh 7:00 AM - 8:30 AM TBA

This course explores the development, patterns, structures, and consequences of social inequality, with emphasis on social progress, how American institutions are affected, and how social interactions react to institutionalized inequality. Dynamics of resistance and social change are also discussed. (3 units; Fall & Online)

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SOC355-A
Mshigeni, Deogratius
09/03/2024 MW 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM Health Science Campus ONLN

 

Religion and the Built Environment (12 units)

Complete twelve (12) units from the following:

This course examines an anthropological approach to religion and magic, and its relationship to symbolism, myths, sacred spaces, and rituals. This course investigates anthropological theories of religion providing a multicultural analysis of numerous forms of religious expression. Additionally, this course will examine the subject of “religion” as it intersects with economics, politics, gender, secularism, and post-colonialism. (3 units; Fall, even years)

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ANT460-A
Stumpf, Amy R.
09/03/2024 MWF 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Yeager Center B110

An overview of Christian congregation and community from theological and behavioral science perspectives. Subjects include the function and purpose of Christian Institutions including the household and congregation as a place of discipleship, worship, fellowship and relational reconciliation. Secondary institutions will include Christian media, economics, law and education. The impact of the shift from Christian nationalism to post-Christian America will be addressed. (3 units; Fall)

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CBS403-A
Lewis, Nathaniel P
09/03/2024 Th 4:00 PM - 6:45 PM Health Science Campus S292

Examination of the behavioral, cognitive, and affective implications of specific doctrinal beliefs. Systematic theology is interpreted as a basis for understanding human behavior. Subjects include bibliology (Bible), theology (God), soteriology (salvation), hamartiology (sin), ecclesiology (church), and anthropology (man), with particular attention to application in Christian education and counseling. (3 units; Spring)

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CBS420-A
STAFF, STAFF
01/13/2025 MWF 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM TBA

A survey of the development of the Christian church from the close of the New Testament period to the present time, with special attention to the origin of various denominations. Core requirement for Christian Studies majors and minors. (3 units; Fall, Spring, & Online)

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CST360-A
Chute, Anthony L.
09/03/2024 TTh 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM Park Building 125
CST360-A
Chute, Anthony L.
01/13/2025 TTh 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM Yeager Center A111

This course is an introduction to the major religious traditions of the world, particularly Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The historical development and key figures, as well as major doctrines and practices are explored. (3 units; Fall, Spring, & Online)

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This course examines and applies social science theories and perspectives to understanding the human and social construction of religion, including the examination of how religious groups are organized, their cultural settings, political and economic correlates, and capabilities as agents of social change. In addition, the course explores the intersection between the secular social construct of religion, the cultural-Christian expression of religion, and the biblical model of kinship relations and community. (3 units; As offered)

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