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IDGR641OL - Environmental Theory
In this online course, candidates explore the relationships between humans and both their natural and man made environments. This course focuses on design issues related to the environment and its impact on human behavior. Dynamic peer discussions, presentations, forums, and projects are used to investigate topics which include sustainability, ethics, materials, environmental and behavioral psychology, and other cultural/social factors that influence human behavior as it relates to interior and exterior settings. Cultural considerations and differences and other human dynamics such as anthropometrics, ergonomics, and perception will be researched and discussed.

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Description In this online course, candidates explore the relationships between humans and both their natural and man made environments. This course focuses on design issues related to the environment and its impact on human behavior. Dynamic peer discussions, presentations, forums, and projects are used to investigate topics which include sustainability, ethics, materials, environmental and behavioral psychology, and other cultural/social factors that influence human behavior as it relates to interior and exterior settings. Cultural considerations and differences and other human dynamics such as anthropometrics, ergonomics, and perception will be researched and discussed.
Prerequisites N/A
Corequisites N/A
Fees N/A
Credits 1.50
Credit Types Grad Credit

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