Academic Year 2021-2022 Courses
Information Regarding Architecture Course Applications and Online Registration:
UPDATE: THE APPLICATION PROCESS HAS ENDED FOR ALL SPRING 2022 COURSES. EMAIL THE INSTRUCTOR IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN JOINING A SPRING 2022 CLASS OR WAIT LIST.
Most of our courses require an application and have a restriction on online enrollment that requires students to join the waitlist before they can be admitted to a course. In order to receive full consideration for admission to one of our courses, students must submit an application and also register online for that course's waitlist during the November 15-19th early registration period. If an application asks you to rank multiple course sections in order of preference, you should register for your top choice.
Our department will review applications on a rolling basis and start admitting students from our waitlists during the December 6th-10th early registration period. On the day that an instructor or the department admits a student from a waitlist, that student will see a status of "Approved" on SSOL. The student will then be automatically moved from the waitlist to the class list overnight.
Our department will conduct a second round of reviewing applications and admitting students from our waitlists during the week of January 10th-14th. After that point, students who remain on the waitlist for a course will need to attend the first class session to speak with the instructor and inquire if any spots have opened up.
Spring 2022 Courses
All of our spring 2022 courses will be full-semester courses and taught in person.
|ARCH UN1010.01||DESIGN FUTURES: NEW YORK CITY||F 1:10-4:25||Rouhe, T.||Available soon|
|ARCH UN1010.02||DESIGN FUTURES: NEW YORK CITY||F 1:10-4:25||Kotsioris, E.||Available soon|
|ARCH UN1020||INTRO TO ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN & VISUAL CULTURE||MW 1:10-3:00||Schwartzman, M.||Available soon|
|ARCH UN2101||ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN: SYSTEMS AND MATERIALS||MW 9-11:50||Baab, T.||Available soon|
|ARCH UN2103.01||ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN: ENVIRONMENTS AND MEDIATIONS||MW 9-11:50||Kim, J.||Available soon|
|ARCH UN2103.02||ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN: ENVIRONMENTS AND MEDIATIONS||TR 9-11:50||Harkema, L.||Download|
|ARCH UN3117||MODERN ARCHITECTURE IN THE WORLD||TR 4:10-5:25||Ghoche, R.||Download|
|ARCH UN3202||ADVANCED ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN II||MW 9-11:50||Schissel et al.||Available soon|
|ARCH UN3312||SPECIAL TOPICS: EMBODYING VULNERABILITY||TR 6:10-7:25||Munuera, I.||Download|
|ARCH UN3400||ENVIRONMENTAL VISUALIZATIONS OF NYC||R 4:10-6:00||Baxi + McLagan||Download|
|ARCH UN3901.01||SENIOR SEMINAR: UTOPIA & COUNTER-UTOPIA||W 4:10-6:00||Ghoche, R.||Download|
|ARCH UN3901.02||SENIOR SEMINAR: ARCHITECTURE'S GLOBAL TERRITORIES||M 2:10-4:00||Galan, I.||Download|
|ARCH UN3998||INDEPENDENT STUDY||N/A||Multiple Sections||Available soon|
|ARCH GU4300||THE JUST CITY: GLOBAL DEBATES IN URBAN PLANNING AND POLICY||T 2:10-4:00||Smith, N.||Download|
- Both sections of our course ARCH UN1010 Design Futures: NYC typically meet on Fridays from 1:10-4:25 PM but occasionally meet until 5:25 PM.
- Course descriptions and applications will be posted on our website after our Program Planning Meeting on November 3rd.
- For a complete list of spring courses that have been approved to fulfill various architecture major and minor requirements, please see here: https://architecture.barnard.edu/approved-courses-majors-minor