ID 496 — Senior Thesis Design Project: Programming
3 credits; 2 lecture and 2 lab hours
Students gather information and develop a comprehensive evidence-based design program for the following semester's senior design project. Through fact-finding and analysis, they explore the complexity of human interaction with, and functioning in the built environments. They define appropriate strategies and technologies that balance the forseeable impact on global and local environments, economy, and human health, safety and wellbeing. Students identify applicable laws, codes and standards to create design solutions.
Prerequisite(s): ID 381, and ID 316 or ID 413, and EN 323.