Study Areas

Design and Visualization 3

1213b
Spring 2016
Books and Architecture
Luke Bulman
1216b
Spring 2016
Ornament Theory and Design
Kent Bloomer
1222b
Spring 2016
Diagrammatic Analysis
Peter Eisenman

Technology and Practice 2

2226b
Spring 2016
Design Computation
Michael Szivos
2299b
Spring 2016
Independent Course Work
Michelle Addington, Nathan Hume, Greg Lynn

History and Theory 11

3092b
Spring 2016
Independent M.E.D. Research
Eeva-Liisa Pelkonen
3214b
Spring 2016
The Construction of Exactitude: Classicism and Modernism
Karla Britton
3217b
Spring 2016
Writing on Architecture
Carter Wiseman
3220b
Spring 2016
Contemporary Architectural Discourse Colloquium
Eeva-Liisa Pelkonen
3223a
Spring 2016
Parallel Moderns: Crosscurrents in European and American Architecture, 1880–1940
Robert A.M. Stern
3225b
Spring 2016
Religion and Modern Architecture
Karla Britton
3239b
Spring 2016
Launch: Architecture and Entrepreneurialism
Keller Easterling
3264b
Spring 2016
XS: “micro” in Japanese Architecture and Urbanism
Sunil Bald
3272b
Spring 2016
Exhibitionism: Politics of Display
Joel Sanders
3273b
Spring 2016
The Architectural Surface: Figure, Form, Ambiance
Anthony Vidler
3299b
Spring 2016
Independent Course Work
Anthony Vidler, Nicola Suthor, Michael Szivos

Urbanism and Landscape 6

4011b
Spring 2016
Introduction to Urban Design
Elihu Rubin, Britton Rogers
4211b
Spring 2016
Intermediate Planning & Development
Alexander Garvin
4223b
Spring 2016
History of British Landscape Architecture: 1600 to 1900
Bryan Fuermann
4233b
Spring 2016
Ghost Town: Myth, Memory & the City
Elihu Rubin
4235b
Spring 2016
Credentials: The Professions of Urbanizing
Todd Reisz
4299b
Spring 2016
Independent Course Work
Alan Plattus, Elihu Rubin

University Courses Outside of YSoA

This site contains all courses offered by Yale University in the current term, with the exception of courses in the School of Medicine. Accessible up-to-date information includes the course title, name of instructor(s), meeting time, and meeting place. Courses offered elsewhere in the University may be taken for credit with permission of the instructor.

Students who would like to take a non-School of Architecture course to satisfy an area elective requirement must obtain permission of the study area coordinator(s).