ARCH 4410 - Lighting for Intelligent Spaces
The primary objective of this course is to provide students with a basic understanding of the physics and engineering of light and lighting. It introduces the process and mechanics of vision, some of the important concepts in lighting metrics, calculations, and technologies including light sources, optics, sensors and controls, and luminaires needed to illuminate built environments.
This is required of all architecture undergraduates in the B.S. in Building Sciences program. B.Arch, MArch students can register for this course. Students from other majors will need permission of the instructor.
Prerequisites/Corequisites: Prerequisites or Other Requirements: MATH 1500
When Offered: Fall term annually.
Credit Hours: 3
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