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2014年秋季“复旦—港大系列英语课程”通知

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2014年秋季“复旦—港大系列英语课程”通知

复旦大学与香港大学为基于多年战略合作关系,在去年基础上,双方商定于2014年秋季开设“复旦—港大系列英语课程”,开放给复旦同学选修。每位参与并完成课程要求,考试合格的复旦同学,会获得香港大学颁发的修课证明。


具体报名要求:

1、复旦大学全日制本科生,专业不限

2、提交“复旦-港大系列英语课程申请表”(附件一)

3、本科成绩单

4、英语四六级成绩证明或其他英语能力证明


请感兴趣的同学在2014910日〈适用于可选课程1– 5〉之前,将上述文件的电子文档或扫描件发送至hkushs@hku.hk,崔老师收。


上课地点:

香港大学上海学习中心

中国上海虹口区,北苏州路298号﹝邮编200085


可选课程:


1)Plants & Planting Design 2 (FudanEnrolment :10 places)

2)Landscape & Design in China (FudanEnrolment: 20 places)

3)Architectural History and Theory 2 -Global Perspectives I (Fudan Enrolment: 15 places)

4)Visual Communication 2 - VisualContent (Fudan Enrolment: 5 places)

5)Building Technology 2 - BuildingSustainability (Fudan Enrolment: 15 places)


* For detailed schedule, please refer to course handout






Fudan Exchange Courses Offered by Division ofLandscape Architecture

2Courses:

CourseTitle: Plants & Planting Design 2 (6credits)

CourseNumber:ARCH3039

Instructor:Mr. Justin Jencks

Schedule: Wednesday,2:30pm – 5:30pm

Fudan Enrolment: 10 places

Prerequisites: 2ndyear or Above & Introductory Ecology or Botany Courses

Contact Hours: 3 hrsx 12 Weeks, starting the week of 1 September 2014

The second coursein Plants and Planting Design looks at the application of plant species in avariety of contexts. Planting design issues such as urban trees, thematicplanting, ecological design and self sustaining plant communities areintroduced. It investigates advanced landscape planting techniquesincluding vertical green wall systems, roof gardens, and amenity turfgrass. Technical design considerations of contract documentation, plantspecification, and quality control, are discussed. A detailed review ismade of the horticultural nursery and landscape construction industries withinthe region, looking at practical issues of plant production, delivery andhandling, site preparation, planting site construction, and horticulturalmaintenance. The course extends students’ understanding of plants andplanting design, by examining issues within different climatic zones, buildingan understanding of plant distribution and use on a regional and global scale,developing a more contextual approach to plant species selection and plantingdesign and working in unfamiliar environments. Coursework comprisestechnical design exercises, site visits, and study reports.

Assessment: 50% continuous coursework assessment and 50%examination


CourseTitle: Landscape & Design in China(6 credits)

CourseNumber:ARCH3042

Instructors:Mr. Steven Chen

Schedule: Wednesday,9:30am – 12:30pm

Fudan Enrolment: 20 places

Prerequisites: 2ndyear or Above

ContactHours: 3 hrs x 12 Weeks, starting the week of 1 September2014

This surveycourse will introduce contemporary design in China through landscape andrelated design fields such as art, fashion, graphic, industrial, stage, filmand furniture design. Students will be exposed to issues of culture,technology, consumption, the environment, rapid urbanization, and othercontemporary or historic forces in China that shape the contemporary landscapesand related creative practices. Students engage with leading Chinesedesigners in each of the fields and study relevant contemporary projects todetermine how issues of Chinese identity and community are being expressed anddeveloped. This helps students to broaden their understanding oflandscape design and introduces them to a wide range of new subjects, materialsand techniques that can be used to inspire innovation and creativity inlandscape design. Some topics include: the appropriation of the theoriesand symbolism of the Chinese garden tradition in contemporary landscape design;and landscape design in response to contemporary urban, environmental,economic, political and cultural forces in China. Coursework assessmentcomprises technical research studies, site visit reports, and written papers(up to 5,000 words).

Assessment: 100% continuous coursework assessment

Fudan Exchange Courses Offered by Department ofArchitecture

Requirements

The following courses will be offered to Fudanstudents from any discipline. The students should be Year 2 or above.Registration will be in person at the Shanghai Study Centre on a first comefirst serve basis. As the courses VisualCommunications 2 and Building Technology 2 require certain technical skills,the selection of students will be subject to the agreement by the courseteacher.

3 Courses:

CourseTitle: Architectural History and Theory2 (6 credits)

Subtitle: GlobalPerspectives I

CourseNumber: ARCH3058

Teacher: Mr Darren ZHOU

Schedule:   (Lecture)Tuesdays, 4:30 p.m. – 6:20 p.m. and (Tutorial) Fridays, 4:30 p.m. – 5:20 p.m.

Fudan Enrolment: 15 Places (starting from the week of 8thSeptember 2014)

Description:The purpose of thiscourse is two-fold: to introduce students to the development of majorarchitectural ideas and a selected group of significant architectural monumentsin Europe, from ancient times to the nineteenth century, and the uniqueaesthetic, cultural, and historical issues that frame them; and to present themain issues in the study of architecture and the various methods used toanalyze and interpret buildings in various spatial and temporal contexts. Lectures and course content will emphasizekey themes of cultural, economic, and political interconnectivity and theirimpact upon architectural production, not only within Europe, but around theworld.


Course Title: VisualCommunication 2 (6 credits)

Subtitle: VisualContent

CourseNumber:   ARCH3056

Teacher: Mr Nicholas KOTHARI

Schedule: Wednesdays, 9:30 a.m. – 12:20 p.m.

FudanEnrolment:   5 Places (startingfrom the week of 8th September 2014)

Description:VisualCommunication 2focuses on producing visual content through digital modelling and thecommunication among a variety of associated digital tools for drafts, analysis,diagrams and fabrication. Based upon the knowledge in geometry and computationallogic, this course will construct a series of digital and physical models alongside the designstudio projects including topography models out of the information available tothe public domain, parametric massing and envelop models with a high degree of precision, communicative modelsfor visualizing information through different format of the visual content,analytical models for design evaluation feedback, and the production modelsfrom a series of computer controlled fabrication devices, including the CNCmilling machine, the large-format laser cutter, and a three-dimensional printer.


Course Title: BuildingTechnology 2 (6 credits)

Subtitle: Building Sustainability

CourseNumber:   ARCH3067

Teacher: Mr Frederick WONG

Schedule: Fridays, 12:30 p.m. – 2:20 p.m.

FudanEnrolment: 15 Places (startingfrom the week of 8th September 2014)

Description:This course introduces the ideas of sustainabilitythrough the underlying ecological principle of whole systems. Ecological systems by nature aredynamic. Therefore, a criticalunderstanding of the functioning, limitations and requirements of the systemare fundamental. Lectures and projectswill explore the latent potential of these different systems (whether naturalor artifice) and how they effect and are affected by the built environment.


附件一:课程申请表 (2014年秋季).docx


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