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INTE4200 - Capstone Studio
Featuring independent work by students with faculty and mentor coaching, projects emphasize advanced contemporary theory and interrelational concepts among the project teams within the studio and practice. Discovery and consequent project applications result from rigorous research, critiques, exercises, lectures in all phases of design process, regulatory applications, constructability, and the human experience. Ideation is emphasized through research, delineation, representation, and decision making. Strong visual and written communication is emphasized; in-depth precedent, historic studies, user assessment, program, and presentation are included.

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Description Featuring independent work by students with faculty and mentor coaching, projects emphasize advanced contemporary theory and interrelational concepts among the project teams within the studio and practice. Discovery and consequent project applications result from rigorous research, critiques, exercises, lectures in all phases of design process, regulatory applications, constructability, and the human experience. Ideation is emphasized through research, delineation, representation, and decision making. Strong visual and written communication is emphasized; in-depth precedent, historic studies, user assessment, program, and presentation are included.
Prerequisites INTE4100 / Studio <min grade = D-, min credit = 3.00>
Corequisites N/A
Fees N/A
Credits 3.00
Credit Types Audit, Credit, HECC Credit, NonCredit, Transfer Credit

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