ARE 102 F09Syllabus - ARE 102(Unique#15250 INTRODUCTION TO...

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1 ARE 102 (Unique #15250) INTRODUCTION TO ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING Fall 2009 Instructors: Dr. David W. Fowler, ECJ 4.704 232-2575 or 471-4563 [email protected] Dr. Richard E. Klingner, ECJ 4.724 and ECJ 5.200 232-3597 or 471-4577 [email protected] Classroom: CPE 2.204 Meeting Time: Wednesday, 1:00-2:00 p.m. Office Hours: Dr. Fowler: MWF 9-10 and other hours by appointment Dr. Klingner: MTF 11-12 and other hours by appointment Student Assistant: Texts: How Buildings Work , Edward Allen, Oxford Press, 3 rd Edition, 2005, ISBN13: 9780195161984; ISBN10: 019516198X Other readings may be assigned during the semester. Grading: Assignments* and Reports .................................. 40% Class Attendance ................................................. 20% Model of Wood Framing ....................................... 20% Two exams on reading ..................................... 20% 100% Final grades will based on the + or – system, e.g. A-. B+ *Notes: “Assignments” includes keeping an ARE 102 notebook of your class notes (lecture highlights) for the semester. This is due to be turned in at the last class period on Dec. 2. Also included in assignments will be: 1. Attend one Architectural Engineering Institute (ARE student society) meeting during the semester. 2. Use at least one service of the Learning Skills Center during the semester as explained by ArE 102 faculty. There will be no final examination in the course. Assignments and exams scheduled during the semester and class attendance will determine your course grade (see grading percentages above). The two exams will be short exams, 20 minutes in length, and will cover the reading assignments from the beginning of the course and from the last exam.
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