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HMS-498B Advanced Transdisciplinary Writing

1 Credits

  • HMS-498B-01

    Tuesday

    9:00 am – 10:20 am

    North Hall, 108

  • HMS-498B-02

    Tuesday

    9:00 am – 10:20 am

    North Hall, 108

  • HMS-498B-03

    Tuesday

    9:00 am – 10:20 am

    North Hall, 303

  • HMS-498B-04

    Tuesday

    9:00 am – 10:20 am

    North Hall, 303

  • HMS-498B-05

    Tuesday

    9:00 am – 10:20 am

    Engineering Building, 115

  • HMS-498B-06

    Tuesday

    9:00 am – 10:20 am

    Engineering Building, 115

  • HMS-498B-07

    Tuesday

    9:00 am – 10:20 am

    Engineering Building, 305

  • HMS-498B-08

    Tuesday

    9:00 am – 10:20 am

    Engineering Building, 305

  • HMS-498B-09

    Tuesday

    9:00 am – 10:20 am

    North Hall, 116

  • HMS-498B-10

    Tuesday

    9:00 am – 10:20 am

    North Hall, 116

  • HMS-498B-11

    Tuesday

    9:00 am – 10:20 am

    North Hall, 302

  • HMS-498B-12

    Tuesday

    9:00 am – 10:20 am

    North Hall, 302

  • HMS-498B-13

    Tuesday

    9:00 am – 10:20 am

    Main Building, 302

  • HMS-498B-14

    Tuesday

    9:00 am – 10:20 am

    Main Building, 302

  • HMS-498B-15

    Tuesday

    9:00 am – 10:20 am

    North Hall, 304

  • HMS-498B-16

    Tuesday

    9:00 am – 10:20 am

    North Hall, 304

  • HMS-498B-17

    Tuesday

    9:00 am – 10:20 am

    North Hall, 209

  • HMS-498B-18

    Tuesday

    9:00 am – 10:20 am

    North Hall, 209

  • HMS-498B-19

    Tuesday

    9:00 am – 10:20 am

    Engineering Building, 309

  • HMS-498B-20

    Tuesday

    9:00 am – 10:20 am

    Engineering Building, 309

This one credit course provides a capstone in language formations across the disciplines. By adapting principles form the philosophy of language, students will learn to locate a material language that corresponds with their studio design project at once within and beyond the discipline of architecture. In weekly assignments, students will learn through a dedicated writing practice to present their final project as a concept that is derived from a body of research.