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Building Products and Chemistry
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This course focuses on the chemistry of products and materials through the lens of material health. It introduces the professionals to the fundamentals of chemistry, enabling them to understand why particular outcomes and health impacts are produced. It introduces students to chemicals of concern and alternatives that are being formulated by green chemists. We ask how project health goals can be outlined and informed...
Jan 21 - May 10
Online
Spring 2020
User Experience Design, which focuses on the holistic process of designing meaningful connections between users and the designed world can be broken down into three general categories: UX Research, Content Strategy, and Interaction Design. While we will briefly touch on the first two categories, this course will focus primarily on the last - Interaction Design. Interaction Design (IxD) focuses on the structure of in...
Jan 21 - Mar 29
Online
Spring 2020
User Experience Design, which focuses on the holistic process of designing meaningful connections between users and the designed world can be broken down into three general categories: UX Research, Content Strategy, and Interaction Design. While we will briefly touch on the first two categories, this course will focus primarily on the last - Interaction Design. Interaction Design (IxD) focuses on the structure of in...
  • Programs: Online Learning
  • Format: Online
  • Course Number: CRN 7398 - PCDD 0322 X1
  • Podunovich, Gregory
Jan 21 - Mar 29
Online
Spring 2020
Developed by Parsons’ Healthy Materials Lab, this series of four, self-paced online courses bring a consideration of human health to all aspects of design and building practices. The goal is to introduce students and practitioners to basic construction materials, their chemical makeup and the relationship to human health. We will then focus on how current and aspiring designers and architects can specify better build...
  • Format: Online
  • Course Number: CRN 7430 - PCID 0605 X1
  • Murphy, Catherine
Jan 21 - May 10
Online
Spring 2020
The impact of the Industrial Revolution on the rise of the modern city inspired many planners to consider how urban spaces might be shaped to provide a more egalitarian metropolitan experience. These efforts motivated reforms in living conditions; inspired new types of transportation infrastructure; spotlighted colliding attitudes toward urban or suburban living; and revealed racial, gender, and class disparity. This...
  • Format: Online
  • Course Number: CRN 6702 - NARH 3872 A
  • Bills, Emily
Jan 21 - May 10
Online
Spring 2020
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