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END 300 and END 319 Pathway Courses with Open Seats Spring 2022

Posted by Tim on January 26, 2022 in Academics, General Education Requirements, Pathways

There are seats left available in the courses below for Spring 2022, which may be especially appealing to students who still need to take a list 3 thematic pathway course! In addition, both courses can also be used towards the Environmental Design Minor.

END 300LEC Environment and Landscapes
Monday 6:30-9:10 PM, Cooke 121
Pathway Topics: Environments, Technologies and Policy; Health, Sexuality and Society

Focuses on the complex relationships between people, the natural and constructed environments, and landscapes. Introduces new ways of seeing, understanding, and communicating landscape design. Considers problems in the landscaped environment including greenspace, complex urban centers, post-industrial wastelands, physical infrastructure, and entire watersheds. Reviews how the planning and development of our landscaped settings affects quality of life in physical environments within the context of environmental design.

END 319LEC The City Through Film: Built Environment in Mass Media
Tuesday 6:30-9:10PM, NSC 210 **Hybrid Course
Pathway Topics: Communities, Populations and Spaces; Cultures, Art and Imagination

Through weekly film and multi-media screenings, discussions, readings, and critiques, explores themes of architectural design, urban imagery, inner cities, suburbia, environmental design, physical development, community planning, politics, and their futures in mass media. The built environment serves as a medium that transmits, reinforces and reproduces social values, attitudes and behaviors. Examines how institutions attempt to shape public perspectives using images of the built environment through mass media.