Study Areas

Design and Visualization 2

1241
Spring 2023
Altered States of Architecture
Brennan Buck
1243b
Spring 2023
Graphic Inquiry
Luke Bulman

Technology and Practice 7

2223b
Spring 2023
Structuring Architecture: Form and Space
Kyoung Sun Moon
2226b
Spring 2023
Design Computation
Michael Szivos
2230b
Spring 2023
New Value Propositions of Design Practice
Phillip Bernstein
2238b
Spring 2023
The Mechanical Artifact: Ultra Space
Dana Karwas, Ariel Ekblaw
2240b
Spring 2023
The Architect As: Recasting the Role of the Architect in the Development Lifecycle
Antonia Devine
2241b
Spring 2023
Building Disasters
John D. Jacobson
2243b
Spring 2023
Architecture and Machine Intelligence in Theory & Practice
Phillip Bernstein, Sam Omans

History and Theory 7

3011
Spring 2023
Architecture and Modernity I: Sites and Spaces
Eeva-Liisa Pelkonen
3091a
Spring 2023
Methods and Research Workshop
Marta Caldeira
3092b
Spring 2023
Independent M.E.D. Research
Keller Easterling
3205b
Spring 2023
Critical Methodologies in Architecture History
Joan Ockman
3264b
Spring 2023
XS: “micro” in Japanese Architecture and Urbanism
Sunil Bald
3297b
Spring 2023
From Shigeru Ban to IKEA: Designing Refugee Camps
Esther da Costa Meyer
3317b
Spring 2023
Architectural Drawing in the Expanded Field
Morgan Ng

Urbanism and Landscape 6

4216a
Spring 2023
Globalization Space: International Infrastructure and Extrastatecraft
Keller Easterling
4220b
Spring 2023
Port Cities
Alan Plattus
4221b
Spring 2023
Introduction to Commercial Real Estate
Kevin Gray
4223b
Spring 2023
History of British Landscape Architecture: 1600 to 1900
Bryan Fuermann
4253b
Spring 2023
Labs and Landscapes of the Green Revolution
Anthony Acciavatti
4254b
Spring 2023
The Environmental Project: Research, Methods & Discourse
Jen Shin

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).