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MARCH-6310: Structures

Course Description

An understanding of structural behavior is an essential design tool. This course introduces the typical structural materials, elements and systems used in building construction and emphasizes creative application of technical knowledge. Class projects are structured to foster an appreciation of the potential of structure to be an architectural determinate and develop a facility in the selection and configuration of structural systems integrated with architectural designs.

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Academic Level:

Graduate

Pre-Requisites and Co-Requisites:

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Spring 2023

Section Name Meeting Info
MARCH-6310-1: Structures (Lecture)
Brendan Beazley
  • Wed 8:00-09:25AM, Main Bldg - E1
MARCH-6310-2: Structures (LAB)
Brendan Beazley
  • Wed 9:30-11:00AM, Main Bldg - E1

Spring 2022

Section Name Meeting Info
MARCH-6310-1: Structures (Lecture)
Brendan Beazley
  • Wed 8:00-09:25AM, San Francisco - Grad Center - GC1
MARCH-6310-2: Structures (Lab)
Brendan Beazley
  • Wed 9:30-10:55AM, San Francisco - Grad Center - GC1

Spring 2021

Section Name Meeting Info
MARCH-6310-1: Structures (Lecture)
Brendan Beazley
  • Meeting Time TBD
MARCH-6310-2: Structures
Brendan Beazley
  • Wed 9:00-10:25AM

Spring 2020

Section Name Meeting Info
MARCH-6310-1: Structures (Lecture)
Brendan Beazley
  • Tue 12:00-01:30PM, San Francisco - Main Building - Timken Lecture Hall
MARCH-6310-2: Structures (Lab)
Brendan Beazley
  • Fri 1:30-03:00PM, San Francisco - Grad Center - GC1

Spring 2019

Section Name Meeting Info
MARCH-631-01: Structures
Brendan Beazley
  • Tue 12:00-01:30PM, Main Building - Timken Lecture Hall
  • Fri 1:30-03:00PM, Main Building - E4
MARCH-631-02: Structures
Steve Ratchye
  • Tue 12:00-01:30PM, Main Building - Timken Lecture Hall
  • Fri 11:45AM-01:15PM, Main Building - N5