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Cornell University    
 
    
 
  Dec 16, 2017
 
Courses of Study 2017-2018
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ARCH 5203 - Multicultural Work Environments


(CU-ITL)     
Fall or spring. 1 credit. S/U grades only.

Enrollment limited to: B.Arch. and M.Arch. students whose architectural internships are in a country other than that of their citizenship or prior work experience. Students with summer internships formally enroll in the course during the fall semester after their internship, but must submit approved independent study and ISSO forms during the spring semester prior to the internship and after obtaining an internship offer. Students with part-time fall or spring internships enroll in the course during their internship semester and must submit approved independent study and ISSO forms immediately after obtaining an internship offer. Students with internships during a leave of absence must formally enroll in the course during the semester immediately following their leave, but must submit approved independent study and ISSO forms during the semester immediately prior to the internship and after obtaining an internship offer. For more information contact ISSO at www.isso.cornell.edu.

Staff.

Independent study. Promotes an understanding of the cultural assumptions we bring to the work environment and the effects of cultural differences on the ways in which architecture is practiced. A 5-10 page paper relates the experience of the internship to one or more texts approved by the instructor. Course may be taken more than once, but a maximum of 1 credit may be used to fulfill departmental free elective distribution requirement.



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