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48-551 Ethics and Decision Making in Architecture

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This course is an introduction to decision-making methods in architecture design. It aims to develop an understanding of concepts of decision-making in architectural design rational methods and their use in architecture problems, and the relationship to the intuitive design process. Abilities in recognizing architectural problems for which decision-making methods are useful, and critically viewing the design process in relation to personal and professional terms are key objectives. Instruction is done using the case study approach through group projects carried out by students.

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  Spring 2005 times

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A 11:30 am - 12:20 pm M Akin MM 103 Add course to my schedule
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