Course Description

This course emphasizes the use of the design process for developing lighting systems design as applied to a number of practical problems. Students will present their proposed lighting systems design solutions in a formal setting for evaluation. Lighting system performance metrics (visibility, glare, psychological effects), various computational methods and light sources are studied and solutions applied to practical problems of lighting interiors. Equivalent to a one-term professional elective in the Architectural Science Program. (Equivalent to one Professional elective from Table I, see Undergraduate Program Calendar.)


Note: Registered certificate program students with industry experience may contact Program Coordinator Ana Abreu at aabreu@ryerson.ca for consideration to enrol in this course without the required prerequisites.


Prerequisite: CDID 501

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