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B E 200 Introduction to Built Environments (3) VLPA/I&S
Introduction to critical issues related to the planning, design, construction, and use of our built environments and the roles of the various disciplines contained within the College of Built Environments. Offered: A.
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B E 498 Special Projects (1-12, max. 12)
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B E 505 Built Environments Studio (6)
Provides an intense learning experience in which students are assigned to interdisciplinary, collaborative teams to develop specific approaches to addressing complex issues related to built environments. Focus and format vary with the interdisciplinary team of instructors.
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B E 550 Colloquium-Practicum on Research-Practice and Teaching-Learning (1, max. 6)
A synthetic and interdisciplinary forum for the presentation and peer critique of faculty and student research and practice projects, and a venue for pedagogical issues and skills for effective teaching and learning.
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B E 551 The Contemporary Built Environment (3)
Covers major or landmark cases of complex built environment projects, emphasizing the multiple dimensions involved and their interconnections.
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B E 552 Theories of Knowledge and the Built Environment (3)
Systematic examination of alternative epistemological frameworks applicable to studying the built environment; examinations of their differences and similarities and of the possibility of a comprehensive, pluralistic approach.
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B E 553 Ethics in Practice, Research, and Teaching (3)
Preparation for ethical challenges facing professional practice, research, and teaching in the built environment. Coverage of general and professional ethics, and examination of principles and rules and application through case studies.
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B E 597 Directed Readings (*, max. 30)
Intensive reading in the literature of the built environment, directed by members of doctoral Supervisory Committee. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: AWSpS.
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B E 598 Special Topics (1-6, max. 15)
Systematic study of specialized subject matter. Topics vary depending on current interest and needs, and are announced in the preceding quarter.
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B E 600 Independent Study or Research (*)
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B E 800 Doctoral Dissertation (*-)
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