Advanced Spanish students can enroll directly with Costa Rican students on Architecture, Interior Design, Graphic Design, Product Design, Digital Animation, Film, Cinema and T.V. and Photography courses taught in Spanish.
ARCH 103 Graphic Expression I (3 credits)
This course develops drawing abilities in the lifted-hand technique as a fundamental tool for the expression of architectural thought and exercising the application of fundamental elements of composition as textures, proportion, volume, etc. exploring the feeling of the student and their creative potentials.
ARCH 302 Theory of Architecture I (3 credits)
This course introduces fundamental concepts of contemporary thought related to the student's capability to make diagnostics about the problems that they confront in real architectural space. This course develops the process of evaluation and theoretical maintenance of urban and architectural proposals through the critical reflection through process development and amplification of individual thought.
ARCH 403 History of Architecture I (3 credits)
This course is a survey of architectural design through the historical development of humanity. Students will reflect on the connection of ideological, aesthetic, and constructive aspects in different cultural spaces through the theoretical and critical revision of twentieth century designs and specific examples in Costa Rica.