Part time Bachelor's Degree in Architecture

Compare Part time Bachelor's Degrees in Architecture 2015/2016

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A Bachelor's degree can lead educational doors, provide opportunity for career advancement, or lay the groundwork for the pursuit of an advanced degree. Our goal is to help prospective students navigate the program selection process successfully. We do things easy by streamlining the search.

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Bachelor of Design (Interiors)

Otago Polytechnic
Campus Part time 3 - 6 years February 2016 New Zealand Dunedin

This leading, professional degree programme offers a highly practical, real-life approach to interior design and will prepare you for employment within the [+]

Top Universities Part time Bachelor Programs in Architecture 2015. Interested in creating beautiful and practical spaces for people to live, work and play amongst? Want to help shape our future and need a qualification to kick start your design career? This leading, professional degree programme offers a highly practical, real-life approach to interior design and will prepare you for employment within the industry. As the global population grows, so does the demand for innovative designers to create clever and sustainable spatial solutions. Your ability to think outside the box will be sought after and you could find work in a broad range of creative areas. Career options could include an Interior Designer, Lighting Designer, Furniture Designer, CAD Specialist, Exhibition Designer, Stage Designer or Design Writer/Editor. With hard work and commitment, you could set your sights on design company directorial roles. Gain a sound knowledge, understanding and practical experience of the design process, developing specialist skills in key aspects of interior design and redesign. Choose to study at one of New Zealand's most innovative and progressive design schools and enjoy an industry-focused approach to the unique history, context and philosophy of this field of design. Benefit from our excellent workshop facilities, the opportunity to undertake a work placement in a professional practice and the chance to showcase your creative talent. International fee: $21,270 (first year) Entry Requirements International students will be individually assessed to ensure they meet degree-level entry requirements. If English is not your first language, you must also demonstrate English language skills equivalent to an IELTS overall band score (academic) of 6.0, with no less than 6.0 in writing and speaking, and no less than 5.5 in reading and listening. [-]

Bachelor in Urban & Regional Studies

University Of Wisconsin - Green Bay
Campus Part time October 2015 USA Green Bay

Urban and Regional Studies develops individuals who want to make a difference in their community: a difference in what happens to older neighborhoods in transition; a difference in what happens as new suburban communities are planned and built; and a difference in the lives and well-being of persons across metropolitan and rural regions. [+]

Urban and Regional Studies develops individuals who want to make a difference in their community: a difference in what happens to older neighborhoods in transition; a difference in what happens as new suburban communities are planned and built; and a difference in the lives and well-being of persons across metropolitan and rural regions. URS offers undergraduates an opportunity to become familiar with concepts that will be useful whether they become community organizers, lawyers, city or regional planners, architects, teachers, economic development specialists, journalists, social workers, city managers, or enter careers in business. Students are offered introductory and advanced coursework in many of the social science disciplines that contribute to the field of urban studies -- including economics, geography, political science, psychology, and sociology -- as well as specialized coursework such as: urban social problems, urban and regional planning, and the seminar in ethics and public action. We have a number of areas of emphasis within the program, including community development, ethnic studies, and urban and regional planning. Areas of Emphasis View the course requirements and recommended semester by semester schedule of courses for the areas of emphasis in Urban and Regional Studies: Community Development Course work focuses on macro issues in economic development and planning, including Land Use Controls, Community Economic Development, Urban and Regional Planning, and Urban and Regional Economic Theory. Ethnic Studies Course work emphasizes experience of ethnic and racial groups in the United States, including especially the continuing efforts of these groups to build communities and their own ethnic identities in the United States. Urban and Regional Planning A specialized program of study emphasizing planning theory and methods and requiring internship work with local planning agencies. This curriculum is often selected by students interested in graduate work in urban and regional studies. Urban and Regional Studies Many students in are interested in the general program in urban and regional studies. Land Survey Certificate Program Offered in conjunction with Northeast Wisconsin Technical College. Students completing this degree program along with required courses at NWTC will receive state certificate in Land Surveying. [-]

Bachelor of Urban, Rural and Environmental Planning

La Trobe University
Campus Part time 4 years March 2016 Australia Bendigo

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

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.... [-]