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BEng Architecture

Campus China Suzhou
September 2015

This programme uses the Architectural transition in China alongside the varied expertise and cultural backgrounds of our staf to as both a background and impetus forthe development of students ready to enter the architectural profession on either a regional and global level. [+]

Best Part time Bachelors Architecture 2015. This programme uses the Architectural transition in China alongside the varied expertise and cultural backgrounds of our staff to as both a background and impetus for the development of students ready to enter the architectural profession on either a regional and global level. WHAT KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS WILL I ACQUIRE? By the time you graduate, you should: produce architectural proposals that: reflect the history and theory of the discipline, demonstrate an understanding of the purposes to which buildings are put, make appropriate use of resources; combine imaginative design with knowledge of constructional and environmental techniques; communicate the ideas and principles behind your designs to others. WHAT ARE MY CAREER PROSPECTS? Architecture graduates find excellent opportunities for professional employment and for further education both locally and internationally in architecture and its related disciplines as well as in other creative industries. WHY SHOULD I STUDY ARCHITECTURE AT XJTLU? A learning environment which is based on open academic discourse where students, professors and professionals all contribute to the architectural discussion. This allows students to observe, experiment and excel in order to prepare them for the cut throat world of architecture in the 21st Century. With a truly international faculty with backgrounds from at least 15 different countries the students are exposed to various perspectives and understandings of architecture and the built environment. Part-funded field trips within China- where students are able to encounter Chinese traditional and modern architecture, engage in building surveys, drawing and sketching exercises etc. (Jiangsu and Shaanxi). WHAT WILL I STUDY? This programme is centred on applied architectural design studio modules (50% of credits) in combination with humanistic modules (25% of credits) and technical modules (25% of credits). YEAR 2 Year 2 provides the basis for the subsequent years of the programme. Students explore the presentation, modelling and design of small buildings in studio modules. Students are also introduced to the history and theory of architecture, building science, structure and construction as well as building technology, in parallel to modules on English language. YEAR 3 At Year 3, students have the opportunity to pursue larger scale design projects in the studio modules. Students continue to learn about building technology and the history and theory of architecture and about the development of urban areas. YEAR 4 At the final Year 4, students undertake, individually or in small groups, a series of more challenging projects, which will require demonstrating a full understanding of the design process from initial concepts through to the design of practical buildings, taking into account human needs as well as structural, material and contextual considerations. Opportunities to visit conferences such as the Venice Biennale, where students of the department had a chance to exhibit their work. Access to design studios, fabrication workshops equipped with laser cutters and 3d printers, printing workshops along with the design computation facilities on campus. On duty technicians able help you with projects and enhance your understanding of the technologies at your disposal. For more information on this programme,please click here. [-]

Bachelor in Architecture

Campus Saudi Arabia Jeddah
September 2015

Architecture arises from same origins as other universal manifestations of material culture. However, the artifacts designated as architecture possess a scale, permanence and a pervasive influence unique among human endeavors. These qualities give the discipline a cultural prominence that few other professions [+]

Architecture arises from same origins as other universal manifestations of material culture. However, the artifacts designated as architecture possess a scale, permanence and a pervasive influence unique among human endeavors. These qualities give the discipline a cultural prominence that few other professions enjoy.

The study of architecture is concerned with complex, interdisciplinary issues. Some matters are primarily individual and practical: the basic human need for shelter and the desire to contrive efficient, adequate forms for the patterns of daily life.

Architecture also serves a higher purpose, expressing the living values of a culture. It gives form, order and proportion to human activities. The practice of architecture today requires coordinated contributions from a variety of fields. Consequently, the study of architecture at Effat University investigates principles and applications of technology, art, humanities, engineering, physical and social sciences, business and management.... [-]

Bachelor of Science in Construction Management

Campus USA San Diego
January 2016

Starting with a vision and nurturing it to completion, you can build a future you can be proud of with help from the progressive Construction Management program at NewSchool of Architecture and [+]

Best Part time Bachelors Architecture 2015. Bachelor of Science in Construction Management

Starting with a vision and nurturing it to completion, you can build a future you can be proud of with help from the progressive Construction Management program at NewSchool of Architecture and Design. As you work toward a Bachelor of Science in Construction Management, you'll benefit from an interactive learning experience that hones your skills in the vital aspects of construction. From teaching you to balance budgets, communicate building concepts to your staff, and many other important lessons, NewSchool's instructors make sure the path toward your construction management degree is an enriching experience you can rely on throughout your career.... [-]

BA in Environment and Interior Design

Campus Hong Kong Kowloon
August 2015

The programme prepares students to enter the interior design profession. [+]

Graduates of the Environment and Interior Design discipline under the BA(Hons) Scheme can pursue careers in the interior design profession and its related professions and industries. Graduates will also gain knowledge of how interior design intersects with other spatial and environmental disciplines in the design of the built environment, providing a gateway to further educational opportunities in landscape design, urban design and architecture; allowing graduates to choose from a wide range of career paths in spatial and environmental design. Aims and objectives The programme prepares students to enter the interior design profession. It aims to provide students with a broad base of creative and professional skills and knowledge in spatial design that are necessary for a successful career in the interior design industry, as well as providing a basis upon which students can build to pursue careers in related professions. The programme enables students to understand design processes and methods and to develop skill sets that help them become effective designers for a human-centred approach to the design of built environments. These skills include identification of site, socio-cultural and context issues, functional needs and requirements, spatial and tectonic skills, technical and material knowledge, building systems, and professional skills. Students are educated to have a broad interdisciplinary view of their role and are able to operate at various scales; enabling them to link to other design professionals including architects, industrial designers, landscape designers, urban planners, graphic designers and project developers. [-]

English-taught Bachelor in Environement Design

Campus China Shanghai
August 2015

Through the courses, students are expected to learn basic theories, fundamental professional knowledge and practical skills of fashion design as well as understand the conception of design and learn the design methods. [+]

Best Part time Bachelors Architecture 2015. Program objective The curriculum system is established with the combination of arts, fashion and engineering through the multi-interdisciplinary approach to architecture, design and fine arts. By learning the fundamental theories and design methods of environmental design, students are expected to balance the relations between aesthetics and technology, space and comma, nature and humanities in their design works and develop the ability of creative thinking and design performance. The design studio system of western interior design schools is introduced to this program is to encourage the students to gain design knowledge and independent design experience through project practice, furthermore to motivate initiative of design and improve the problem-solving ability in real projects. Graduates shall have strong art design skills and work as designs or management talents in interior or outdoor environmental design sectors. Have a solid professional theoretical foundation, essentials of humanities, arts and social sciences as well as the ability of oral and written presentation Systematically master the broad knowledge of technical theories in this discipline in including architecture, design studies, shape and structure of space, architectural decoration materials, engineering graphics, etc. Have the essential ability of literature search, theoretical study, on-the-spot investigation, planning and design Have a good command of basic skills such as engineering drawing, rendering expression and graphic design. Have a strong self-study ability and innovation consciousness [-]

Licenciado en Arquitectura

Campus Mexico Monterrey
January 2016

Profesional con formación técnica, artística y práctica que planea, diseña y supervisa la construcción de espacios arquitectónicos y urbanos que atienden las necesidades del ser humano, considerando las implicaciones ambientales, sociales y económicas. Selecciona los sistemas constructivos, materiales y técnicas que cumplen con normas de seguridad y construcción sostenible. [+]

Esta descripcion aca corresponde al programa enseñado en el Campus Ciudad de Mexico. Profesional con formación técnica, artística y práctica que planea, diseña y supervisa la construcción de espacios arquitectónicos y urbanos que atienden las necesidades del ser humano, considerando las implicaciones ambientales, sociales y económicas. Selecciona los sistemas constructivos, materiales y técnicas que cumplen con normas de seguridad y construcción sostenible. La mayoría de las actividades del ser humano se desarrollan en un entorno construido. A través de la Arquitectura se ha dado respuesta a las necesidades de espacio que las sociedades han requerido, las cuales con el paso del tiempo, han visto aumentar su complejidad y problemática. En los inicios de este siglo XXI, el entorno construido en todo el mundo y en especial en México enfrenta problemas que ponen en riesgo el ambiente natural y la vida en comunidad. La mayoría de las ciudades mexicanas presentan retos importantes debido al deterioro ecológico, la segregación social, el crecimiento desordenado y la falta de empleos dignos y bien remunerados. En la solución a estos problemas, los arquitectos pueden desempeñar un rol decisivo, pues son clave en la preservación del medio ambiente y en la recuperación de la calidad del entorno construido, aprovechando la oportunidad histórica de convertirse en líderes en el mejoramiento de sus comunidades. Hoy se necesitan arquitectos que asuman su responsabilidad ambiental, urbana y social, y que diseñen modelos innovadores que contribuyan al desarrollo económico. En suma, se requieren arquitectos comprometidos con una arquitectura sustentable que, además de resolver los aspectos funcionales, estéticos, estructurales, culturales y contextuales tradicionales, esté en armonía con la naturaleza y con la ciudad, y que genere empleos y oportunidades de mejoramiento económico y de convivencia social. Por lo anterior, la carrera de Arquitecto en el Tecnológico de Monterrey está centrada en el diseño arquitectónico y urbano sustentable, promotor de desarrollo y en armonía con el medio ambiente. Sus características son: - Sustentabilidad, en el respeto y el mantenimiento de los recursos y valores de las comunidades en los aspectos ecológico, social, económico y político. - Emprendedurismo, en cuanto a la identificación e implementación de proyectos de inversión en el área de la arquitectura y la construcción, promoviendo la generación de empleos de calidad y bien remunerados. - Contextualidad, en la consideración de la Arquitectura como fenómeno primordialmente urbano, y en cuanto a la adaptación a las características y necesidades específicas de cada sitio y cada comunidad. Quién es un Arquitecto? Un Arquitecto es un profesionista que planea, diseña, construye y administra los espacios arquitectónicos y urbanos que necesita el ser humano para desarrollarse integralmente. Es un diseñador de espacios sustentables, promotor de oportunidades inmobiliarias, con una sólida conciencia ambiental, interés por el contexto urbano y con dominio de las tecnologías para el diseño, representación y construcción. Posee una actitud crítica, una conciencia humanística y un compromiso social y ético a través de la preservación ambiental y el mejoramiento de su comunidad en lo económico y lo social. Cuáles son las competencias de un Arquitecto? Un Arquitecto será capaz de: - Identificar las necesidades arquitectónicas y urbanas de su comunidad, para plantear posibilidades de intervención y reordenamiento. - Concebir espacios arquitectónicos y urbanos que cumplan con las necesidades y aspiraciones de habitantes y usuarios, considerando las implicaciones éticas, sociales y económicas. - Desarrollar proyectos arquitectónicos y urbanos de manera creativa e innovadora, en contextos nacionales e internacionales, comunicándolos eficientemente en español e inglés. - Utilizar de manera apropiada las herramientas computacionales de diseño y representación arquitectónica más avanzadas. - Elaborar proyectos en el área de diseño arquitectónico y urbano considerando las características estructurales y constructivas de los materiales y cumpliendo con las normas de seguridad y construcción. - Desarrollar proyectos arquitectónicos y urbanos tomando en cuenta sus implicaciones ambientales y aplicando los principios ecológicos y de sustentabilidad. - Planear, presupuestar y administrar los recursos materiales y económicos de proyectos y obras de construcción aplicando los principios de reusar, reciclar y reducir. - Coordinar equipos de trabajo multidisciplinarios en el área de la Arquitectura, el urbanismo y la construcción, actuando como líder e influyendo positivamente en los demás. - Identificar oportunidades de emprendimiento y llevarlas a la práctica a través del desarrollo de propuestas de inversión inmobiliaria y proyectos de factibilidad económica. - Participar en la administración y gestión pública para el ejercicio legal y profesional de la arquitectura, la construcción y el desarrollo urbano. Dónde podrá trabajar un Arquitecto? Un Arquitecto podrá crear su propia empresa de diseño arquitectónico y urbano, o podrá trabajar en despachos de arquitectura, construcción, paisajismo o de diseño de interiores, en compañías constructoras, entidades gubernamentales de desarrollo urbano, compañías inmobiliarias o en universidades y centros de investigación. [-]

B.Sc. in Interior Architecture and Environmental Design

Campus Turkey Istanbul
September 2015

The Interior Architecture and Environmental Design Department aims to train artists who can create a comfortable, useful and pleasant environment in interior spaces. The internal design revolves around consumer's personal and social needs, modern technology and current art trends. [+]

Best Part time Bachelors Architecture 2015. Bachelor of Arts in Interior Architecture and Environmental Design curriculum is based on the contemporary trends and interdisciplinary approach, is structured around the interior design studio as its center. Technical courses are given through hands-on applications within small group projects whereby computer aided design techniques and presentation techniques are encouraged. Department targets training designers who have the skills of questioning and perceiving the phenomenon of designing a wide spectrum that ranges from individual industrial product to architectural and urban scale, who have the sensitivity towards historical contexts and who can convert these sensitivities and awareness into creativity. The graduates are not only accepted to qualified master’s degree programs of prominent graduate design schools, completing their education; they are also employed in national and international design offices, furniture and construction companies or running their own design offices. [-]

Bachelor in Urban Dynamics

Campus Netherlands Almere
February 2016

CAH Vilentum offers a one-year degree programme for students interested in sustainable solutions for cities. The added value of this new course is that it focuses on the binding nature and resources within the urban environment and its use for the benefit of society (community). [+]

CAH Vilentum offers a one-year degree programme for students interested in sustainable solutions for cities. The added value of this new course is that it focuses on the binding nature and resources within the urban environment and its use for the benefit of society (community). This is the coure for students interested in a career in one of the following professional profiles: - Analyst, mapping out an area’s physical and socio-economic possibilities - Senior / junior consultant for innovation and development projects - Consultant, handling complex development processes - Policy maker at national, regional and local level Students who enrol will have the possibility to develop skills and learn methodologies on how to manage existing resources while creating economic and social benefits for their direct environments. They will achieve this by working together in the field of urban development, creating innovative solutions. Thinking together with inhabitants will enable students to gain experience in the field of urban development. Cities should be seen as complex dynamic systems consuming resources but also providing jobs, goods and services. To follow the development of urban space, there is a need for new, complex thinking at design, management and operational level. Qualification After successfully completing this one-year programme, graduates will receive an internationally recognised Ingenieur degree (bachelor’s honours degree) in Rural development. Competencies Successful graduates will be competent in: - Analysing regions and green space - Formulating development strategies for communities - Advising governments and decision-makers - Implementing innovative ideas - Designing policies for development [-]

Bachelor of Urban and Regional Planning (Honours)

Campus Australia Melbourne
February 2016

Urban and regional planning is more than just creating physical environments - it’s a way of sustainably changing and shaping the world. You will learn to understand... [+]

Best Part time Bachelors Architecture 2015. Bachelor of Urban and Regional Planning (Honours)

Urban and regional planning is more than just creating physical environments - it’s a way of sustainably changing and shaping the world.You will learn to understand all the influences that affect the way we live, work, play and commute and the many other considerations involved in creating sustainable and liveable cities and regions.This program is suitable for anyone with a passion for geography, urban design, history, economics, politics or environmental studies.While this program focuses on Melbourne and its surrounds, you will be introduced to planning practices across the world. You will be involved in many real-life projects with leading practitioners.This program will replace the old BP188 Bachelor of Urban and Regional Planning in 2014. This change is to reflect an Honours year being embedded into the final year of study. The entrance requirements and duration of this program remain the same.... [-]

Bachelor of Architecture

Campus United Arab Emirates Al Mizhar (Dubai)
August 2015

The focus of the Bachelor of Architecture (BArch) program at School of Design & Architecture, MUD is to generate awareness on the functional and aesthetic qualities of design, both from an architectural, interior and landscape perspective. [+]

The focus of the Bachelor of Architecture (BArch) program at School of Design & Architecture, MUD is to generate awareness on the functional and aesthetic qualities of design, both from an architectural, interior and landscape perspective. The program lays emphasis on the fundamentals of design, residential, commercial and hospitality space planning, as well as aesthetic and functional elements. This helps in the creation of spaces, the elements of which define the quality and aesthetic taste of the designer. The program lays focus on the consumer/user perspective, which provides the foundation for the design course work and practical experience. The students are exposed to every facet of building design in conjunction with a strong business foundation. THE PROGRAM OFFERS THESE BENEFITS: State-of-the-art lecture rooms Design Studios for creative thinking Pottery studio and Product Design Workshop for hands-on experience Computer Aided Design Testing Centre Exhibition Gallery Well-organised course structure, course plans provided through www.manipalitdubai.com Site-visits for academic projects, field trips for precedent studies Visit to various Industries, showrooms, laboratories, workshops to experience the onsite works Collaboration with Design consultants for visits for On-Site construction projects Interaction with professionals by inviting for them to the school for seminars, talks, and interactive forums Collaboration with design organisations like Tasmena, Association of Professional Interior Designers (APID), for various workshops Architectural Documentation of the Architectural Development of United Arab Emirates Participation in various International Student Competitions as well as workshops by International companies International Study Tours conducted annually to study the regional designs and documentation of the same [-]

Bachelor and Integrated Master - Architecture

Campus Romania Bucharest
February 2016

Architectural design I, Architectural design II, Study of form and composition I, Study of form [+]

Best Part time Bachelors Architecture 2015. Curriculum 1st year A. Compulsory Subjects - Architectural design I - Architectural design II - Study of form and composition I - Study of form and composition II - Mathematics I - Mechanics and Materials Strength Engineering I - Construction and finishings I - Construction and finishings II - Architecture Theory and Building Programmes I - Architecture Theory and Building Programmes II - Universal History of Arts and Architecture I - Descriptive Geometry I - Perspective I - Computer aided architectural design I - Computer aided architectural design II - Modern languages (practical course) - Modern languages (practical course) - Physical Education and Sports - Practical Training B. Optional Subjects - Architectural drawing (practical course) I - Educational psychology 2nd year A. Compulsory Subjects - Architectural design III - Architectural design IV - Study of form and composition III - Study of form and composition IV - Architecture Theory and Building Programmes III - Universal History of Architecture and Arts I - Universal History of Architecture and Arts II - Descriptive Geometry II - Perspectives II - Computer aided architectural design III - Computer aided architectural design IV - Architectural Structures Theory - Mechanicas and Materials Strength Engineering II - Constructions and Building Technologies I - Finishings and Finishings Technology (Interior Finishings) - Urban Planning and Infrastructures - Modern languages (practical course) III - Modern languages (practical course) IV - Physical Education and Sports - Practical Training B.Optional Subjects - Architectural drawing (practical course) II 3rd year A. Compulsory Subjects - Architectural design V - Architectural design VI - Study of form and composition V - Study of form and composition VI - Architecture Theory and Building Programmes V - Universal History of Architecture and Arts IV - Universal History of Architecture and Arts V - Computer aided architectural design V - Urban planning and territorial development II - Finishings and Finishings Technology (Exterior Finishes) - Wood and Metal Structures I - Wood and Metal Structures II - Reinforced Concrete Structures I - Built patrimony - Constructions and Building Technologies II (Notions of Hygrothermics) - Building equipment and Public Utilities I - Architecture and sustainable development - Principles and technologies Specialty projects - Urban planning - Practical Training 4th year A. Compulsory Subjects - Architectural Synthese I - Architectural Synthese II - Computer aided architectural design VII - Reinforced Concrete Structures II - Design I - Interior design - Contemporary technologies in architecture I - Urban structure and Composition - Universal History of Arts and Architecture VI - Universal History of Arts and Architecture VII - Aesthetics and architecture in the European cultural space - Building Restoration I - Specialty projects - Urban planning - Technical details - Practical Training B. Elective subjects B1. - Interior design - Environmental design B2. - Anthropology of the architectural space - Urban Sociology I - Art and architecture - Representations of architecture in arts - Modern architecture in historical spaces - Contemporary technologies in architecture II - Vernacultar architecture and sustainable tourism - Design II - Urban furniture - Computer aided architectural Design VII - Building equipments and edilitary works II - Territorial planning and regional development C. Optional Subjects 5th year A. Compulsory Subjects - Architectural synthesis III - Architectural synthesis IV - Building Restoration II - Building Restoration III - Urban form and urban phenomenon - Management in architecture - Special Structures Design - Theories and schools in architecture and urban planning (20th century) - Stage architecture and design - Building Physics I - Strategies of patrimony rehabilitation - Specialty projects - Urban planning - Restoration - Practical Training B. Elective Subjects B1. Elective projects (1) - Scenography - Urban landscaping B2. Elective Courses (3) - Ecology and landscape planning - Urban sociology II - Building Physics II - Styles in art and architecture - Visual communication - Architectural space semiotics - Aesthetics - Lighting and urban physics - Computer aided architectural design VIII - Graphics an architecrural photography - Centre and periphery in urban structures - Architecture of vaulted spaces in byzantine-balkan environment C. Optional Subjects 6th year A. Design Practicum - Architectural professional practice (6 hours per day x 5 days) 10 weeks B. Compulsory Subjects - Architectural synthesis - Special structures design II - Seismic risk and protection of the built patrimomy - The architectural design heauristics - Legislation in architecture and constructions - Dissertation - Pre-diploma - Dissertation project - Consultancy urbanism-structures-installations C. Elective courses sem. 1 (2 out of 4) - Marketing in architecture - Building in difficult locations - Architecture poetics - Philosophy of culture, art and architecture [-]

Bachelor of Architecture (BArch)

Campus USA Alfred
August 2015

The Bachelor of Architecture program at Alfred State educates well-rounded, highly creative graduates who will be able to contribute to the world through meaningful and inspiring [+]

The Bachelor of Architecture program at Alfred State educates well-rounded, highly creative graduates who will be able to contribute to the world through meaningful and inspiring architecture. Building on the BS program’s established strengths in architectural technology and civic engagement, the BArch program strives to achieve a unique identity by integrating an active immersion in the liberal arts/humanities with three additional foci: Vigorous training in design and the poetics of construction – aimed at buildings and environments that inspire and uplift their occupants, users, and the contexts they are part of, while manifesting the latent beauty of structural systems and building materials, and integration with nature. Solid knowledge of sustainability, construction technology and integrated project delivery – aimed at buildings that are well constructed, technically sound, that marshal material resources economically and sustainably, and are healthy to occupy. Civic engagement and active involvement in urban renewal/social innovation projects – aimed at exploration and advocacy through dedicated urban design, historic preservation/adaptive reuse, and housing studios. Students will be encouraged to custom-tailor their studies through elective concentrations related to architectural practice, such as business, construction management, digital media and animation, or interior design. Elective courses may be taken in other departments at Alfred State and students may also cross-register for courses at Alfred University. Upon successful completion of the BArch degree, graduates may begin an internship and the other professional steps leading to licensure as a registered, practicing architect. A laptop computer is required of each entering student to enable the use of cutting-edge, industry-standard software. Program Student Learning Outcomes Comprehend architecture as being accountable to humanity's need for safe, affordable shelter, for dignified ways of living, and for offering corresponding symbolic meaning - and the ability to produce designs infused by this understanding. Demonstrate knowledge of the evolution of architectural ideas (and associated principles, strategies and devices) throughout history and of how these were marshaled by architects in the service of certain intended purposes, as well as the ability to apply such ideas in the student's own designs. Demonstrate knowledge of strategies for infusing design generally, and structural expression particularly, with poetic dimensions that help to transform environments - that would otherwise be merely good functionally and of sound construction - into inspiring and uplifting places. Demonstrate knowledge of sustainability, construction technology, and integrated project delivery. Demonstrate the ability to take on/participate constructively in urban renewal/social innovation projects that seek to serve the common good. Info Management (computer & research skills appropriate to degree level and type) Written & Oral Communication (appropriate to degree level and type) Critical Thinking (problem solving, reasoning skills appropriate to degree level and type) Entrance Requirements/recommendations Required: Algebra, Geometry, Algebra 2/Trigonometry with an 86 or above average plus high school pre-calculus or a fourth-year math for New York State high school graduates. Students must submit a standardized test score (SAT and/or ACT) with a recommended combined SAT score of 1,100 (critical reading and math) or a composite ACT score of 24. Physics is recommended. [-]

Bachelor of Urban, Rural and Environmental Planning

Campus Australia Bendigo
March 2016

Whether you want to reduce the traffic snarls in Jakarta, plan greener homes for London or map new ways for communities to grow closer to home, there are abundant work opportunities for planners around the world. [+]

Bachelor of Urban, Rural and Environmental Planning Course description

Best Part time Bachelors Architecture 2015. Whether you want to reduce the traffic snarls in Jakarta, plan greener homes for London or map new ways for communities to grow closer to home, there are abundant work opportunities for planners around the world. This course, only one of two accredited undergraduate planning courses in Victoria, equips students with a fundamental understanding of the forces that shape society and the environment in order to make informed decisions about the layout and design of cities and towns, as well as sustainable management of resources. You'll learn the history and theory of planning while also developing extensive practical skills in project management, urban design, communication, negotiation and development. Students are also actively involved in investigating how the urban form can be improved to embrace healthy urban design, child-friendly and active environments. You'll have opportunities to travel on a wide range of field trips both within Australia and internationally as part of your studies, learning best-practice planning first-hand from a wide range of communities. Graduates are recognised as qualified planners by the Planning Institute of Australia. The current shortage of qualified planners in Australia means students can look forward to excellent work prospects and starting salaries.... [-]

Bachelor of Architecture

Campus India Greater Noida
August 2015

The School offers a Council of Architecture approved, B. Arch degree. The course looks at the discipline of Architecture as an interlinked entity, which sources from varied fields such as Mass Communication, Design, and Management to provide a holistic idea of the built environment to the students. The course also recognizes the multiplicity and changing nature of future roles open to the architect. The students are afforded the freedom to engage with the discipline at many levels, and through multiple channels where they are allowed to choose their own unique pathways through the course. [+]

The School offers a Council of Architecture approved, B. Arch degree. The course looks at the discipline of Architecture as an interlinked entity, which sources from varied fields such as Mass Communication, Design, and Management to provide a holistic idea of the built environment to the students. The course also recognizes the multiplicity and changing nature of future roles open to the architect. The students are afforded the freedom to engage with the discipline at many levels, and through multiple channels where they are allowed to choose their own unique pathways through the course. The Foundation Year is common with the Design courses, in which the students encounter their courses as a part of the larger design umbrella. The Foundation Year studios give each student a hands-on experience of multiple facets of architecture and design, while also exposing them to the basics of research and theory of the built environment. The course is also designed as a combination of Core and Elective subjects, where each Core Atelier Studio is open to all students, and deals with a different construction technique every semester. The elective seminars function differently. Not restricted to any particular level, these seminars are offered by a group of multi-disciplinary scholars who comprise the liberal arts collective within the school. In case of these seminars, the students are free to select any elective that they choose according to their own interests. Career and Placement The school offers a Council of Architecture approved, B. Arch degree. The course is of five years duration with a mandatory year of work experience, to be taken after completing four years. The course recognizes the multiplicity and changing roles open to Architects today. The course looks at the discipline of Architecture as an interdisciplinary field which sources from various other fields like Communication, Design and Management. The students are exposed to various facets of other disciplines which would help strengthen their understanding and place forth the future opportunities in which they could branch out into. The students would be well qualified to pursue higher studies in Architecture and planning across the Globe. The students can engage in Architectural practice individually or join renowned consulting and corporate and developer organizations based on their interests. Listed below are defined areas for placement and career. Architectural Practice Corporate Architectural Practice - DLF, L&T., SATLIER, Builder Groups-Eros, Jaypee. Omaxe, Ansal, 3c's, Assotech, Supertech etc. Government Organiations- Urban Local Bodies In-house Architects for Private organizations Pursuing Masters in Architecture & Planning Teaching NGO [-]

Bachelor of Applied Science - Architectural Science

Campus Australia Perth, WA
February 2016

Architecture is much more than simply providing good building design. As an architect, you will be involved in the design of quality environments in which people live, work and play. There are many [+]

Best Part time Bachelors Architecture 2015. Bachelor of Applied Science - Architectural Science

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Curtin University

Architecture is much more than simply providing good building design. As an architect, you will be involved in the design of quality environments in which people live, work and play. There are many different architectural specialties and you could find yourself involved in urban design, environmental research, building conservation, heritage matters or community development.

This course will provide you with an understanding of both the practical and theoretical sides of architecture. The design of buildings, technical aspects of building construction and how architecture relates to people and how they live are all covered in depth. You will also discover how to effectively communicate your architectural ideas through written and spoken reports, photographs, drawings, models and electronic media.... [-]