Maps

Los Osos Scenary

COURSES AND LABORATORIES TAUGHT at Cal Poly, SLO

COURSES TAUGHT to ARCH. ENG. STUDENTS
Undergraduate Courses                                  

  • ARCE 211    Structures I
  • ARCE 212    Structures II
  • ARCE 221    Statics
  • ARCE 222    Mech. of Structural Members I
  • ARCE 223    Mech. of Structural Members II & Lab. 
  • ARCE 224    Mech. Of Mat. Laboratory
  • ARCE 305    Masonry Design
  • ARCE 306    Matrix Analysis of Structures
  • ARCE 351    Structural Computing Laboratory
  • ARCE 353    Structural Computing Analysis III
  • ARCE 372    Steel Design Laboratory
  • ARCE 400    Special Projects
  • ARCE 444    Concrete Laboratory
  • ARCE 451    Timber and Masonry Design Studio
  • ARCE 453    Senior Project

Graduate Courses

  • ARCE 501     Adv. Mech. of Materials
  • ARCH 598     Research Methods      

                       
COURSES TAUGHT to ARCHITECTURE and CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT STUDENTS
Undergraduate Courses                                  

  • ARCE 211    Structures I
  • ARCE 212    Structures II
  • ARCE 221    Statics
  • ARCE 222    Mechanics of Structural Members
  • ARCE 226    Structural Systems for Architects
  • ARCE 315    Small Scale Structures
  • ARCE 321    Timber Structural Systems
  • ARCE 322    Steel Structural Systems

COURSES TAUGHT to UNIVERSITY at LARGE

Rural East Africa Experience
An interdisciplinary design experience for Architectural, Architectural Engineering, Construction Management, Landscape Architecture, City & Regional Planning students, and any student with an interest.  The course is based on the idea of bringing knowledge to a culture, on the cultures terms, and not trying to change the culture.  The cultures are focused in Rural East Africa (Kenya and Tanzania).  The resources, skill set, living habits, and needs are first assessed; and from this assessment, design and knowledge transfer in the complete built environment is the focus of the course.  The course is a year in length and travel to East Africa is encouraged.  The course works within each Department’s independent study, design studio, and senior project criteria as a mechanism to give course credit to the students.  The experience is run in a seminar format with spoke and wheel coordination and communication system.

Current Projects
Concentrated Solar Power (CSP)
Los Osos Community
Service District