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Prepare for the ARE Vol. 3: Programming & Analysis

by Kevin Griendling

This volume of the ARE preparation series addresses programming and analysis content from the test specification outline. You'll learn about environmental and contextual conditions, codes and regulations, site analysis and programming, and more.

What you'll learn

Congratulations, you've established eligibility to prepare for and take your Architects Registration Exams. In this course, Prepare for the ARE Vol. 3: Programming & Analysis, you'll dive into the third volume of the ARE Preparation series tackling the concepts outlined by NCARB for the exam. This course is packed with tips and tricks for understanding complex analytical components of the design process beginning with programming. First, you'll explore regional planning strategies. Next, you'll cover environmental concerns, including workflows for responsive design. Finally, you'll learn about the regulations affecting all levels of site design and programming. By the end of this course, you'll be strongly prepared to pass your Architects Registration Exams.

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About the author

Kevin is a Project Manager in a small architecture firm designing education and senior living facilities, and doubles as an Adjunct Professor of Architecture at MT. San Antonio College. He has been exploring the field of architecture for ten years, with three years of project management and teaching experience in his current positions.The passion he has for teaching permeates most aspects of his life, which brings him to Pluralsight. While teaching Rhino and Grasshopper in classes, Kevin's key c... more

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