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History & Theories of Architecture

  • Course Code :
    ARC 221
  • Level :
    Undergraduate
  • Course Hours :
    3 Hours
  • Department :
    3

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Course outcomes:

a. Knowledge and Understanding:

1- Define the differences between countries within the same region in the Western world.
2- Recognize the common trends they share historically, politically and economically.
3- Identify methods most suitable in studying the different regions in Western culture.

b. Intellectual Skills:

1- Explain the difference between different Western regions such as Australasia and Europe for example, and why.
2- Explore the different conceptual and cultural constructs of these different regions and how that is reflected in their political systems, people’s practices and media.
3- Examine and focus on a chosen case study while highlighting the main issues associated with it.
4- Evaluate the possible lessons learned in the Arab and Egyptian contexts from the cases studied and examined.

c. Professional and Practical Skills:

1- Apply knowledge in research on how media and pressure groups can affect political practice in the chosen case studies.
2- Relate between chosen cases and how their practices of democracy, freedom, economic and social justice and that in the Arab world in general, and Egypt in particular.
3- Illustrate the ability to carry out a methodologically adequate research to pinpoint the relationship between theory and practice.

d. General and Transferable Skills:

1- Allow the use of more techniques and methods in researching.
2- Evaluate different Western regions and how they operate with respect to their cultural and political as well as economic settings.
3- Compare and contrast between different western regions and reflect on what aspects from their practices have been imported or exported to or from other cultures or world regions; politically, economically and socially.

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