In the winter term ARC112H1- Design + Engineering I will be offered and will be a substitute for JAV101H1. ARC112H1 is a collaboration with the foundational course in first-year engineering, where students will conduct client-driven community-based research in response to design problems. Full course descriptions are below. There are limited spaces for this opportunity.
If selected, you will be added on ACORN to ARC112H1 & removed from JAV101H1 and notified via email. If you are not selected, you will remain in JAV101H1.
Students can apply to enroll into ARC112 by completing & submitting the following web form by October 20, 2021.
An Information session will be held. The date/time will be confirmed shortly.
A studio-based introduction to the methods and processes of design. The course serves as a hands-on exploration of design issues through a series of exercises that introduce students to the conceptual underpinnings of the design process, developing their capacity to conceive, manipulate, and analyze form through a variety of representational media.
ARC112H1 – Design + Engineering I
An introduction to the means and methods of design through a combined engineering and architecture studio. Students will work in teams with first-year engineering colleagues conducting community-based research in response to a specific client-driven design challenge. Prospective students should be enthusiastic about engaging in data-driven design research and collaborating on design solutions while developing skills in project management and architectural representation.