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Bachelor in Architecture (BEng)

Campus China Suzhou
August 2015

Architecture is primarily concerned with the design of buildings. Students of Architecture address the complex problems of designing to house human activity... [+]

Best Part time Bachelors Architecture 2014. Bachelor in Architecture (BEng)

 

Architecture is primarily concerned with the design of buildings. Students of Architecture address the complex problems of designing to house human activity, issues of climate and energy, technology and structure, combining the needs of the internal and external environment. An architect is the only person trained to have a total understanding of buildings.

What knowledge and skills will I acquire?

 

By the time you graduate, you should:

be able to produce architectural proposals that reflect: the history and theory of the discipline; an understanding of purpose to which the building will be put; make appropriate use of the built and natural environments be able to combine imaginative design with knowledge of constructional and environmental techniques possess the skills to communicate the ideas and principles behind your designs to others. ... [-]

Bachelor of Architecture

Campus USA New York City
January 2015

The programme is designed to provide the student with a comprehensive educational experience, gaining knowledge and skills in preparation for the successful and ethical practice of architecture. [+]

Bachelor of Architecture The Bachelor of Architecture curriculum of the School of Architecture is designed to provide the student with a comprehensive educational experience, gaining knowledge and skills in preparation for the successful and ethical practice of architecture. Design studios and courses build cumulatively over the five years in order to establish a broad and deep foundation of knowledge in architecture and urban design in relation to developments in the sciences, arts, and technology. The curriculum stresses the importance of architecture as a humanistic discipline concerned with the design and construction of habitats in diverse social and ecological conditions, and their corresponding requirements for sustainability and ethical responsibility. The five year professional program is framed within the context of a rigorous liberal arts education that includes a wide range of required and elective courses in the Humanities and Social Sciences, together with elective opportunities in the Schools of Art and Engineering, emphasizing the nature of architecture as a cultural, social, and technological practice intimately tied to the increasingly urgent questions raised by the man-made and natural environment. First Year The First Year is conceived as a broad introduction to society, culture, environment, and the nature, place and role of architecture in this context. The student is introduced to the principles and experience of drawing and representation in a broad range of media and formats: freehand drawing is taught side by side with projective geometry (hand constructed and computer generated), and other means of architectural representation. The Architectonics Studios encourage the investigation of space, structure, and form, as inflected by the occupation and movement of the human body, and situated in the context of environments from natural to urban. The first two semesters of the History of Architecture sequence take the student through the global developments in architecture from Antiquity to the end of the Medieval Period, with special attention to non-western and traditional architectures. The First year of the Humanities and Social Sciences Core emphasize the student’s reading, writing, and analytical skills through the study of literary, historical, and sociological texts. Second Year The Second Year advances the student’s knowledge of architecture historically, culturally, and professionally. The Second Year Design Studios are dedicated to the examination, through analysis and design exercises, of the “elements” of architecture and their assemblage, including sites and its ecological conditions, program, spatial accommodation and organization structure and environment. The first segment of the structures sequence introduced students to the principles of architectural structure. The second two semesters of the History of Architecture sequence examine the history of global architecture from the Renaissance to the present, with special emphasis on the complex environmental relations between increasingly industrialized and developing societies. The second year of the Humanities and Social Sciences core advances the students’ knowledge of writing and analytic skills with in-depth courses in literature, history, and philosophy. Third Year The Third Year is envisaged as a comprehensive experience of the discipline in design and professional knowledge, supplemented by a range of required and elective courses in environmental, technological, and humanistic subjects, forming an integrated introduction to the environmental, social, and programmatic understanding of design. The Third Year Design Studios build from analysis to synthesis, from analyses of total building assemblages and smaller-scale design exercises, to the development of a comprehensive design for a complex programmatic institution. To this end, the faculty responsible for the teaching of environmental technology, building technology, and structures join the design faculty as teachers in the design studio, with students bringing appropriate aspects of their design proposals for elaboration within the specialized courses. Fourth Year The Fourth Year broadens the study of architecture, placing it within its diverse urban and rural contexts, with students gaining advanced knowledge of technological, structural, and professional concerns, the planning, zoning, social and cultural implications of architectural interventions. The Fourth Year Design Studios study the relation of institutional architecture to urban networks and infrastructures, public space, and typologies, from the investigation of rebuilding strategies following disasters, the role and nature of tall buildings, the nature of public and private institutions. The study of landscape is emphasized, both as large-scale natural environments and smaller scale site developments. A broad spectrum of specialized elective courses, including Modern Architectural Concepts, Analysis of Architectural Texts, Landscape, Advanced Topics in Environmental Studies, History, Theory and Criticism, Advanced Concepts in the related arts and professional ethics, deepens the understanding of the profession, and its relationship to different cultures and environmental context. Fifth Year The Fifth Year is constructed around the student’s development of their individual thesis project, and the in-depth study of professional practice in all its aspects. The year-long Thesis is divided into two stages over two semesters, with intensive research followed by a comprehensive design. The subjects of the thesis vary in scale and context, with the proviso that the student investigates a problem of fundamental importance to contemporary life and architecture, identified as a site for the intervention of design as an ameliorative construct. Overall the design thesis emphasizes the profound relationship of architecture to the broader problems of the environment and ecological sustainability, whether at the scale of desertification and rising sea-waters brought on by global warming, the provision of unpolluted water to developing communities, to the smaller scales of urban signification, mobility, and programmatic re-use. The course in professional practice surveys the questions of licensing, internship and IDP participation, and introduces students through site visits to a range of practices and public hearings. Minor Students in good academic standing with advance permission who complete a minimum of 15 upper-division credits in a specific field of liberal arts may qualify for a minor in that field of humanities and social sciences. Minors are offered and will be designated on student transcripts in the following fields: American studies; art history; literature; history and society. Additional information is available from the office of the dean of humanities and social sciences. Tuition Undergraduate Tuition Starting in the Fall of 2014, all incoming students will receive a half-tuition scholarship. The value of this scholarship is approximately $20,000 per year ($10,000 per semester). Additional financial aid will be provided to the neediest students to help cover tuition, housing, food, books, supplies etc. The amount of additional aid will be based upon a student's demonstrated financial need. Students must file both a FAFSA and CSS profile form to be considered for additional financial aid. Please note that Cooper Union will also offer merit scholarships to exceptional students. Also, Cooper Union will continue to use a need-blind admissions process meaning that a student's ability to pay will not impact our admissions decisions. The Cooper Union tuition charge for undergraduate students for 2013-2014 is $39,600 per year ($19,800 per semester). Each registered undergraduate student receives a tuition scholarship worth $39,600 per year ($19,800 per semester). [-]

Bachelor of Architecture

Campus USA San Diego
January 2015

As creative-minded leaders who improve the way people experience structures, architects shape the world around us. As a gateway to becoming a socially conscious professional, the Bachelor of [+]

Best Part time Bachelors Architecture 2014. Bachelor of Architecture

As creative-minded leaders who improve the way people experience structures, architects shape the world around us. As a gateway to becoming a socially conscious professional, the Bachelor of Architecture degree program at NewSchool of Architecture and Design unlocks your potential in this engaging field. From teaching time-honored building traditions to sustainable and innovative technologies, the curriculum of this architecture degree program prepares you with the credentials and knowledge you need to secure licensure in many states.

Program Overview

NewSchool of Architecture and Design, located in vibrant San Diego, California, offers two undergraduate level architecture degree programs aimed at helping aspiring architects gain the education and credentials they need to start their career in this rewarding field.... [-]

Bachelor in Architectural Engineering

Campus USA Milwaukee
December 2014

The four-year bachelor of science degree program prepares you for a career in the design and construction of buildings and building systems... [+]

The English proficiency requirements for MSOE are: Undergraduate 82 TOEFL/6.5 IELTS and Graduate 90 TOEFL/7.0 IELTS. MSOE has an ESL program for those who do not yet have the required English proficiency.

Bachelor in Architectural Engineering

 

Architectural engineers are the engineers who make buildings function. Among their duties, they design and create the heating, air conditioning and electrical systems of buildings. Architectural engineering graduates pursue careers in the construction industry or related areas.

 

The Program

The four-year bachelor of science degree program prepares you for a career in the design and construction of buildings and building systems.Through a combination of lecture and laboratory courses, you will connect theory and the practical application of design principles, practice, methods and materials. Graduating from the architectural engineering program provides you with a core of mathematics, science, construction materials and business, plus a design specialty.There are three design specialties offered in the architectural engineering program. You must select one of the design specialties in your junior year:... [-]

Licenciado en Arquitectura

Campus Mexico Monterrey
January 2015

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. [+]

Best Part time Bachelors Architecture 2014. 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. [-]

Bachelor of Architecture (BArch)

Campus USA Alfred
January 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... [+]

Bachelor of Architecture (BArch)

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; and 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. ... [-]

Bachelor of Urban, Rural and Environmental Planning

Campus Australia Bendigo
March 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. [+]

Bachelor of Urban, Rural and Environmental Planning Course description

Best Part time Bachelors Architecture 2014. 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 and Integrated Master - Architecture

Campus Romania Bucharest
February 2015

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

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 Urban and Regional Planning (Honours)

Campus Australia Melbourne 4 years
February 2015

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 2014. 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 Applied Science - Architectural Science

Campus Australia Perth, WA
February 2015

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 [+]

Bachelor of Applied Science - Architectural Science

Awarding Body:

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.... [-]

Bachelor of Architecture (BArch) in Architecture

Campus Turkey Izmir 4 years
September 2014

The Faculty of Architecture has two departments, namely that of Architecture and İnterior Architecture and Environmental Design [+]

Best Part time Bachelors Architecture 2014. The Faculty of Architecture has two departments, namely that of Architecture and İnterior Architecture and Environmental Design. These have a total of 450 students comprising about 10% of the university student population. We aim at educating students who have a good knowledge of implementation and the construction market, good acquintance of contemporary materials and detailing and developed creative design capacity. With these in mind, we invite professionals of all kinds to participate in our education and actiivities. There are currently as many visiting lecturers as the permenant staff, but this is to decrease gradually down to 20-30 % in the future. By inviting professionals we aim at uniting theory with practice. In addition, at all times, between 10 to 20% of our academic staff is composed of foreign nationalities. Knowing that love of a profession is the key for success, each academic year we engage in many diverse social and academic activities. Some of these are carried from the local up to the national and international scale. The faculty desires to further develop it’s international relations and this is clearly stated among its development goals and objectives. The Faculty, in parallel to the aims of the University, also serves the city of İzmir and it’s region. We collaborate with several municipalities and government offices in preparing projects and research. These also help increase the experience of our staff and students. We are conscious that good professional knowledge does not suffice and that students will need entrepreneurial skills in order to succeed, when they face market realities in the future. The Faculty, therefore, spends considerable effort in educating its students in this direction. Evidently, all students need to have ability to use computers efficiently. Although a certain number of courses are given in our two departments, all cannot be taught for obvious reasons. We also wish that each one of our students develop his/her freehand drawing capacity. We realise that this slowly disappearing skill needs to be protected preciously and futher developed. Our staff- student relations are carefully managed so that each student feels at home when he or she is at the campus.... [-]

Architecture

Campus Latvia Riga 4 years
September 2014

The best educational standards of architecture of USA and Europe are integrated in the architectural programme of RISEBA. [+]

The Studies on six fields of concentration:• Architectural Design (AD);• History, Theory and Criticism (HTC);• Building Technology and Science (BTS);• Structures (STR);• Media Studies (MD);• Complimentary courses.

The successive years of the curriculum built up on one another in Architectural Design studies. Each academic year, the curriculum aims to explore consequently more complex issues and scales of design problems as such:- Principles of design- Private space and dwelling- Public space and place-making- Urban space and urban regeneration

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Bachelor in Architecture

Campus Czech Republic Prague 3 years
March 2015

The aim of the study is to cultivate a comprehensively educated graduate – competent in the fundamentals of the architectural profession, in the view of all its modern requirements; the graduate is prepared to continue with a Masters course or, alternately, to take up practice. The instruction is focused on the acquisition and development of the competence to label and analyse general issues; to approach a specific brief in a professional and creative manner; to design projects – using a broad spectrum of knowledge drawn from humanities and technical sciences – which would meet all the necessary criteria; and present the designs in an artful and skilled manner. The graduate should understand the comprehensive character of the profession and he/she will have a theoretical understanding of all its forms and potential for its application in practice. [+]

Best Part time Bachelors Architecture 2014. Bachelor in Architecture

1) Our standard program is a three-year Bachelor Degree in Architecture, consisting of 180 credits.   It is fully accredited by the Czech Ministry of Education.   The content is comprehensive and includes design, art, theory, history, and technical subjects.

2) We plan for a maximum of 180 total students- 60 per academic class, so that means lots of personalized attention and interaction with tutors.

3) ARCHIP has a very international enrollment, currently with students from 18 different countries on five continents.

4) Admissions are available online and proof of finishing a high school degree (or equivalent), a portfolio of works, an application form and a written essay are the basic entrance requirement materials.... [-]

Bachelor of Architecture (BArch)

Campus UK Canterbury
February 2015

GAU - Department of Architecture was established in 1994 in the Faculty of Architecture and Engineering and has been joined to the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Fine Arts since 2009. With a strong emphasis on human value and professional ethics, the department of Architecture has been offering an education based on critical and theoretical knowledge, creative design skills, the most... [+]

Bachelor of Architecture (BArch) GAU - Department of Architecture was established in 1994 in the Faculty of Architecture and Engineering and has been joined to the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Fine Arts since 2009. With a strong emphasis on human value and professional ethics, the department of Architecture has been offering an education based on critical and theoretical knowledge, creative design skills, the most recent techniques of presentation and architectural building technologies. As a part of a global university with campuses based in Girne - Cyprus, Canterbury - UK, and as a member of different international networks such as European Association for Architectural Education (EAAE), the department of Architecture is an international department with its academic staff and students from all over the world, embracing universal values and taking internationalization as a goal. With its participative and interactive course environment, technological facilities, devoted academic staff and student-centred education approach, GAU -Department of Architecture has been offering a universal, intellectual, ethical and active education. Learning Outcomes By the end of the course students will have: 1) Design Mind & Skills: To understand: the spatial perception and the principles of design methodology in various scales. To participate: in interdisciplinary design project teams as a member of a design team, up to the level of leadership. To create: spatial and architectural design elements respecting natural and built environment characteristics. To create: a comprehensive program for an architectural project and its environmental context, in respect to users and project stakeholders. To demonstrate: clear image of stakeholders’ needs and requirements concerning the project’s feasibility issues. To produce: a comprehensive architectural project; based on local, national and international codes. 2) Communication Mind &Skills: To use: a coherent poetic and technological language as an expert in the field of architecture and related fields. To understand: world visionary trends in the contemporary era of information & communication technology (ICT). To transfer: ideas and concepts in a trans-disciplinary way. To communicate: effectively with stakeholders on the various aspect of project from aesthetic to economic matters. To use: various techniques and applications of multimedia communication. To use: effective communication skills, instruments and tools denoted to context and content of projects. 3) Critical Thinking: To use: abstract thinking to interpret a situation. To demonstrate: analytical mind and skills. To employ: various techniques of problem solving. To create solutions:by using multiple methods relating to both direct and indirect reasoning. 4) Research Skills: To create: a proper methodology of research for each project. To be aware of: importance of research in analyzing initial conditions and final products of a given project. To conduct: research studies independently and critically evaluating findings. To employ: research-based design and evidence-based research methodologies in their projects. 5) Human Oriented Design: To use: theories and methods of inquiry for clarifying the relationship between human behavior and built environment. To understand: diverse needs, demands, values and behavioral norms in interior spaces. To understand: characteristics of different cultures and individuals and integrate this diversity within the design process. To employ: architectural design and relating fields for improving the quality of life. 6) Construction Technology Knowledge: Tounderstands: the general philosophy of construction technology and engineering ideas. To indentify and acknowledge: principles of structural behavior as living phenomena (in dynamic and static manners and various scales) To indentify: principles, appropriate application and performance of building materials and assemblies. To indentify: appropriate versions of technical, electrical and mechanical systems and elements. To do: the cost and benefit study in domain of constructions and materials. To employ: ideas and concepts of high-tech constructions. 7) Sustainable Design: To understand: the general idea of sustainability. To study: various charters, manifestoes, agendas and schedules on sustainability. To study: the essence of main worldwide references on sustainability and their approaches to design process. To understand: the principles of sustainability in relation to built and natural environment. To employ: new technologies in sustainable design and construction. 8) Codes and Regulations: To understand: the necessity and philosophy of codes and regulations. To comprehend: the terminology of codes and regulations. To compare: various resources about the standard identifications in codes and regulations. To learn: details and applications of local, national and international codes in the design process. To apply: local, national and international laws, codes and regulations in projects. 9) Project Management: To understand: various theories of managements and methods of decision making/taking. To understand: main themes of project managements from risk-analyses to passive defense. To use: up-to-date management procedure from quality management to natural disaster management. To estimate: cost & benefits in their projects. To employ: international standards of management qualification. 10) Professional Ethics: To understand: the theoretical and practical features of acting professionally and ethically. To learn about: the ethical issues involved in the formation of professional judgment.· To engage: social, ethical and professional responsibility in the process of project viability, design, construction and maintenance · To demonstrate: knowledge of professional codes of ethics in the practice of architecture 11) Historical Knowledge and Vision: To understand: intellectual and critical view points of various approaches to historical events. To study: various historical events, from history of art to history of science & technology, and their interrelationship. To employ: their historical knowledge and vision in their academic studies on theory and experiment. To explore: the built environment and generate new visions of the current world. 12) Urban Knowledge and Vision: To understand: the phenomenon of urban space from various aspects and disciplines. To study: various theories in urban design, planning and landscape. To analyze: components of urban design projects To use: various methods on exploring and perceiving the elements of built environment. To demonstrate: a systematic understanding of the urban physical environment. To recognize: the role of urban design in shaping the built environment, and human relation therein. 13) Informal Learning Mind & Skills: To integrate: their personal experience and extracurricular activities into their academic studies. To develop: their sense of humor, common sense and their intuitions as an effective part of their critical thinking. To utilize: independent learning skills developed in formal studies for life-long-learning. To keep: open mind for new visions in broader socio-cultural and technological engagements. The course will help students to develop their own skills and confidence in order to be handle situations in a considered and strategic way. Educational ObjectivesJob & Career Opportunities The graduates will have knowledge and ability to: 1. To define, evaluate and conclude design projects in a creative process and with a propper decisions 2. To identify and criticize challenges of human being and their socio-spatial representations 3. To employ and develope technical and professional knowledge and skills 4. To conduct and justify interdisciplinary interactions in macro & micro scales You have the added advantage of the a truly global perspective offered by the international campuses and tutors at Girne American University. Job & Career Opportunities Architects work in design, planning and construction of various types of buildings and structures, ranging from residential buildings to commercial ones or public facilities. They are responsible for designing buildings that meet the needs of people who are going to use them, and in harmony with the environment in the most comfortable, healthy, safe, and economic ways. They have the chance to work in public sector such as ministries or municipalities, or architecture departments of public institutions. They also can work in private sector architecture and construction firms or become self-employed by establishing their own businesses. During design and construction of a building, architects need to be in contact with the clients and users, and many different professionals including civil, electric and mechanical engineers, urban designers, landscape designers, interior designers, contractors and technical staff. Graduates of Architecture also have the chance to continue their career in academic institutions, by attaining Master and PhD degree. Academic Requirement GAUC’s policy is to adopt, as far as possible, the entry rules of the applicant’s home country. This is to try and ensure that when the student returns home his/her degree qualification is not rejected because the basic university entry requirements of his/her native country were not fulfilled. The general academic entry requirement is the possession of Higher Secondary School (year 12 or 13) certificate recognised by the home country. English Language Qualifications Requirement For those applicants whose mother tongue is not English, we require a recent pass in the any of the following qualifications: IELTS - minimum of 5.5 in all areas. Listening, Speaking, Reading & Writing TOEFL iBT TEST - minimum of Listening - 17, Reading - 18, Speaking - 20 & Writing - 17 TOEIC - Minimum of Listening - 400, Reading - 385, Speaking - 160 & Writing - 150 Cambridge First English Certificate - minimum of Borderline in all areas. Listening, Speaking, Reading & Writing Cambridge Advanced English Certificate - minimum of Weak in all areas. Listening, Speaking, Reading & Writing Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE Academic) - minimum of: Listening - 51, Reading - 51, Writing - 51 & Speaking - 51 For international students, wishing to study for an undergraduate degree, the above English qualifications define the specified minimum demanded by the immigration authorities. The English test must be taken at a recognised centre. For other students, if you have an English language qualification that is not listed above please contact the GAU Canterbury Admission office to determine whether it meets the necessary requirement. If you do not possess a formal English language qualification you will need to take an English test with us and, if necessary, enrol for an English Language course here at GAU Canterbury, to bring you up to the required degree entry level. [-]

BEng Architecture (Hons)

Campus China Ningbo
September 2015

This course introduces design skills and technologies, combining humanities and sciences that influence the built environment, allowing you to acquire the necessary skills for architectural design and a wide range of careers. [+]

Best Part time Bachelors Architecture 2014. BEng Architecture (Hons)This course introduces design skills and technologies, combining humanities and sciences that influence the built environment, allowing you to acquire the necessary skills for architectural design and a wide range of careers. A study of historical precedent and environmental design are central to the design component of the course.In this programme, you will learn how to design a small building within the wider context of human settlements and environmental concerns. Later, as you deepen your knowledge, you will be given the opportunity to work on more complex design projects.By the time you graduate you will have:

developed problem-solving skills in aesthetics, planning, building construction and building performance a broad grounding in design thinking an ability to analyse environmental issues vocational skills a thorough grasp of green building concepts and technical details ... [-]