Bachelor's Degree in Arts in Middle East

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Earning a bachelor's degree is achieved by completing the necessary course of study offered by the college or university you enroll in. Completing this study may take three to seven years depending on where you seek your degree.

From the Fertile Crescent to the birth of Judeo-Christian values, the Middle East is home to thousands of years of human history. As the study, students can get a deeply personal look at historic events and their modern day ramifications.

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Art Theory and Criticism (Minor Program)

Sabanci University
Campus Full time September 2017 Turkey İstanbul

The honors minor program in <strong>Art Theory and Criticism</strong> merges diverse aspects of visual studies into a unique curriculum, providing the students with an understanding of the major intellectual trends and debates in the visual arts, including art history, theory, criticism, and museum studies. [+]

Bachelors in Arts in Middle East 2017. The honors minor program in Art Theory and Criticism merges diverse aspects of visual studies into a unique curriculum, providing the students with an understanding of the major intellectual trends and debates in the visual arts, including art history, theory, criticism, and museum studies. This comprises a study of the new philosophies of vision that have emerged over the past decades and affected our ways of seeing and the new technologies and media that have redefined lifestyles and social relations. A significant aspect of the program is its critical approach. New methods and theories drawn from a variety of disciplines provide students with an intellectually challenging and stimulating venue where they can develop analytical skills to explore the visual arts and their intellectual and theoretical underpinnings. The broad scope of this innovative program ranging from art history and theory to criticism and curatorship, includes an interactive study experience in Istanbul's art exhibitions, in particular the Sakıp Sabancı Museum, offering our students a unique opportunity to test their theoretical knowledge. Degree Requirements Program Requirements may vary according to the year of first enrollment. Application Requirements Minor Honor Programs are designed to provide knowledge and information in areas other than those of the student's registered diploma program. Succesful undergraduate students who satisfy the specific terms and conditions, are candidates for the minor honors programs. Students can apply for the minor honors programs, as early as the beginning of the term following the term in which they declare their major, by submitting a written request and transcript to the Faculty Dean's office between the dates announced for the application. In order for application to be evaluated, the Cumulative and Semester Grade Point Average (CGPA and GPA) must be at least 3.00 at the time of application and the application must be approved by the Faculty Board. A certificate is awarded to students who successfully have completed all the courses in their registered minor honors program, who have a CGPA of at least 3.00/4.00 besides the Bachelor's Diploma for satisfying the undergraduate degree requirements. [-]

Bachelor of Film

SAE Institute UAE
Campus Full time 2 - 3 years September 2017 United Arab Emirates Dubai

Learn the traditional skills of film making and be at the forefront of new industry technologies. Specialize in: <ul> <li>Production</li> <li>Post Production</li> </ul> [+]

COURSE OVERVIEW The SAE Bachelor of Film is a hands-on filmmaking course covering tactile hard skill elements of filmmaking in the modern era. New forms of film distribution have changed the film-viewing environment but the foundation skills needed to create films are still core to the future of film production. Soft skills are invaluable attributes for students and are taught through the organising of film productions at the student level. Communication, scheduling, and organisational skills are the core of the Studio Units delivered in Stage II alongside the foundational skills learnt. Creation of high quality short films with high production values lead students through this combined technical and people oriented delivery giving them the springboard to all areas of filmmaking. You will undertake specialised units designed for students to participate in real-world projects under the guidance of expert SAE staff. With this unique teaching style, you will demonstrate your skills and technical knowledge in a collaborative and creative studio-based learning environment. Your Studies: Each degree program is broken up into discrete stages, each designed to promote different skills. Stage I – Foundational Skills Development In Stage I, you will undertake a number of foundational units which will give you the essential technical skills and knowledge not only relevant to your discipline area, but also give you the skills required to collaborate with other creative media students and professionals in later stages of the program. Introduction to cinematography and film production Post-production principles and techniques Storytelling for contemporary media Critical thinking for creative media Screen design Film studies Overview of industry Project management and professional etiquette Critical and creative thinking Contemporary industry overview Stage II – Interdisciplinary Projects, Media and Cultural Studies In Stage II you will be working in simulated project groups where you are working towards large scale deliverables each trimester. Within Stage II we will not only get you to apply your Stage I skills in a deeper context, but help you work within the contemporary creative media workforce. In Stage II we show you how your work contributes to and interacts with broader culture and media practice. This knowledge will enable you to work with a variety of other disciplines and artists and expand your potential on the global stage. You will complete a number of real-world projects with students not only in your own discipline, but in all other SAE disciplines. In Stage II, you will be given the opportunity to work as project specialists within the following areas. The types of projects and project roles you choose to undertake will determine what area of specialisation you fall within. Stage II has two studio modules with projects based on the following areas; Production Both film specialisations have a strong common set of subjects covering the broad base the film industry requires. The Production specialisation focuses on targeting producing and directing skills specifically to this stream, strengthening the ‘big picture’ skill-set of graduates. Post Production The Post Production specialisation adds more specific compositing and software curriculum elements to the common core subjects of this degree. Visual Effects are used in many more films than most people realise and these techniques are studied in this specialisation using industry standard software. Some of these high level softwares were traditionally very expensive and required major hardware installations in order to use. These are now much easier for students to access, increasing creative possibilities within the realm of all future filmmakers. Stage III Stage III is the final part of your studies. Here you will undertake an interdisciplinary project of your choice to be the final and most ambitious portfolio project that you will undertake. You will also finalise your studies by undertaking an elective module and completing a compulsory internship. By the time you graduate, you will have; a professional online presence that you will have begun building at the start of the program, a wide range of interdisciplinary projects present in your portfolio, and a deeper understanding of the creative media fields and real-world experience. Our graduates finish with skill-sets covering not only the foundational areas of traditional filmmaking, but wider concepts of the future of film distribution and viewing standards. Not only do our graduates finish with a working showreel presenting their skills but also their individual creative directions. Students also graduate with an understanding of how to navigate the future of film and media as it adapts and evolves with the changing times. YOU WILL LEARN Camera techniques Production techniques Cinematography Visual effects Production design Screen design Storytelling Post production Screen writing Project management Industry knowledge YOUR LEARNING EXPERIENCE Develop your knowledge and skills on industry standard camera technologies including 4K Red cameras, Canon C300s, and more. Work collaboratively with artists, designers, web, mobile and games developers, animators, and audio specialists. Create productions under real-world conditions. Experience innovative learning at its best, including intensive workshops, face-to-face lectures, studio-based practice, and online delivery. Learn high-level cinematography and visual effects skills using the same equipment, software, and processes employed by industry practitioners. Build skills in industry-standard software including DaVinci Resolve colour grading software, Avid Media Composer editing software, Adobe After Effects, and Photoshop standard screen graphics applications. Experience a course designed in collaboration with industry partners and develop skills that the film industry wants. Develop high-level skills in your craft before you graduate: be industry-ready. CAREER OPTIONS Video editor Cinematographer Director Producer Visual effects artist Colourist EMPLOYERS SAE film graduates have been involved with outstanding production companies, studios, and networks, including: Nine Network Steam Motion & Sound Fuel VFX Foxtel ABC Independent production companies KEY FACTS DURATION(S): 2 Years Accelarated! 3 Years Full Time INTAKES: Jan 2017 NEXT INTAKE: Enrol By: 22 Jan 2017 Start Date: 22 Jan 2017 End Date: 31 Dec 2019 COURSE TYPE: Bachelor ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Minimum Age Students seeking admission to SAE must be at least 17 years of age at the time of application. Academic requirements Applicants must have successfully completed secondary studies (high school) or have completed the SAE Dubai Foundation course. Applicants must meet English language requirements as outlined below. English language requirements International students need to provide additional evidence of language skills including one of the following: International English Language Testing System (IELTS) with a band score of at least 6, or equivalent, OR Completion of Year 12 English at an Australian secondary school or college, or equivalent. [-]

Interior Design, B.F.A.

NYIT- Abu Dhabi
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi

NYIT is the only school in the tristate area with both CIDA-accredited interior design and NAAB-accredited architecture programs together in the same school. Here you will benefit from the exposure and synergy that derive from the rigor and convergence of these two disciplines, ranging from diverse faculty input to innovative cross-disciplinary studios and design exercises. The program is carefully crafted to expose you to contemporary issues, precedent history and theory, and wide-ranging building, business, and project types as well as the latest media programs—not to mention some of the finest design training available. [+]

Bachelors in Arts in Middle East 2017. Interior Design, B.F.A. NYIT is the only school in the tristate area with both CIDA-accredited interior design and NAAB-accredited architecture programs together in the same school. Here you will benefit from the exposure and synergy that derive from the rigor and convergence of these two disciplines, ranging from diverse faculty input to innovative cross-disciplinary studios and design exercises. The program is carefully crafted to expose you to contemporary issues, precedent history and theory, and wide-ranging building, business, and project types as well as the latest media programs—not to mention some of the finest design training available. Founded by renowned Dutch interior designer and architect Han Schroder in 1967 (Rietveld/Schroder House, Utrecht), we continue to be guided by her commitment to the “interrelatedness of material, tool, form and strength”. Students and faculty originate from around the world and participate in prestigious design venues such as ICFF and Milan Salone. Our students often receive industry recognition for their design prowess, including our fourth $30,000 Angelo Donghia Foundation Scholarship winner in 2015. We remain dedicated to ensuring our graduates remain engaged in lifelong learning and have qualities that will distinguish them as leaders in the industry for the 21st century and beyond. The mission of the Interior Design program is: To CREATE globally engaged, environmentally sensitive professionals who possess artistic sensibility, intellectual ability, and hands-on technical proficiency; To PREPARE interior designers for a lifelong process of interdisciplinary exploration, reflection, development and an acute understanding of human relationships and the built-environment; and To STIMULATE creativity and ENGENDER personal self-confidence, which is the earmark of leadership. Career Options An NYIT degree is your passport to an exciting future in an in-demand field. Possible career opportunities for graduates with this degree include: Interior designer (residential/commercial) Restaurant interior designer Furniture designer Hotel/resort designer Material and finishes specialist Interior project management Lighting designer Aircraft or nautical interior designer Exhibition/event design specialist Set designer (theater, film, TV) [-]

Bachelor in Multimedia and Graphic Design

Palestine Polytechnic University
Campus Full time August 2017 Palestinian Territories Hebron

Multimedia and Graphic Design it aims to prepare qualified and creative students cognitively and professionally to cover the local and international market needs in the field of multimedia and artistic production. [+]

Multimedia and Graphic Design was established in 2000 and is one of the most contemporary, pioneering, and distinguished programs at PPU. It aims to prepare qualified and creative students cognitively and professionally to cover the local and international market needs in the field of multimedia and artistic production. Project Management PPU offers a BA degree in Contemporary Business Administration with a minor in Project Management. Today, many organizations rely on project managers to oversee all aspects of a project and use project-based methods to accomplish tasks. Experienced project managers are in higher demand; therefore, this program was designed to graduate students who possess skills to manage projects and meet the goals under constraints of time, cost, quality, scope and risk. The graduates will be able to work at any managerial positions including project assistants, project coordinators, project team leader, or project team members. [-]

Bachelor in Music

University of Nicosia
Online & Campus Combined Full time Part time 4 years September 2017 Cyprus Nicosia Greece Athens + 3 more

Our BMus degree provides our students with four categories of professional skills, all of which are necessary for a successful career in any area of music. [+]

Bachelors in Arts in Middle East 2017. Duration (years): 4 Qualification Awarded: BMus Music - Concentrations: 1. Classical Performance, 2. Jazz Performance, 3. Music Education, 4. Creative Music Technology (BMus, 4 years) Level of Qualification: 1st Cycle (Bachelor’s Degree) Language of Instruction: English Mode of Study: Full-time and part-time study are both possible. Some courses are offered on e-learning basis. Minimum Credits: 120 Minimum ECTS Credits: 240 Profile of the Programme: Our BMus degree provides our students with four categories of professional skills, all of which are necessary for a successful career in any area of music. 1. Core practical and theoretical skills for the professional musician. The first two years of the degree revolve around each student’s?Primary Study (or principle instrument), which includes 4 hours of weekly instruction: 1 hour individual instruction, 1 hour group instruction, and 2 hours of ensemble instruction. Parallel to this intensive study on their primary instruments, our students receive professional training in keyboard and aural skills, harmony and theory, music history, and choral singing. 2. A specialized qualification in a particular area of music. During their final two years of study, our students must complete seven courses in one of the four following concentrations: a. Classical Performance: this consists of two more years of Advanced Primary Study, as well as courses in performance practice, analysis, and composition. b. Jazz Performance: this also consists of two more years of Advanced Primary Study, along with courses in applied jazz harmony, improvisation, and jazz composition.? c. Music Education: students in this course gain practical and theoretical knowledge of various methodologies for teaching music to children, including actual teaching experience in local schools. d. Creative Music Technology: this concentration trains students to compose and create new musical works with the aid of the latest advances in computers and music technology. 3. Flexibility to develop one’s individual interests and talents. In addition to the seven courses in their concentration, music students also take an additional five courses in any area of music they wish, making the program highly adaptive to each student’s individual needs and interests. 4. A well-rounded general education that prepares students to succeed in a variety of professional contexts. All music students take between six and eight courses in the area of general studies. General education courses improve the students’ vitally important skills in written and oral communication, and develop the students’ sense of the interconnectedness of their musical training to other professional and academic fields. The choice of general education courses is largely up to the individual student. Career Prospects: On successful completion of the program graduates will be able to pursue a variety of professional musical activities and/or continue their studies a the post-graduate level. Potential employment opportunities include: Performing musician Studio music instructor Public or private school music teacher Music and arts-related administration, inlcuding entrrepreneurial careers. Access to Further Studies: Upon graduation, students may have direct access to further postgraduate (MA or MMus) studies. Graduation Requirements The student must complete 240 ECTS and all programme requirements. A minimum cumulative grade point average (CPA) of 2.0 is required. Thus, although a ‘D-‘ is a PASS grade, in order to achieve a CPA of 2.0 an average grade of ‘C’ is required. In addition, All students must complete a junior performance recital in the third year of study. Additionally, students in the classical and jazz performance concentrations must complete a senior recital in the fourth year of study. Learning Outcomes By the end of the programme the graduates will be able to: 1. Demonstrate technical skills of artistic expression. 2. Express knowledge of a wide variety of musical repertoire. 3. Perform in a variety of ensemble situations and solo situations. 4. Practice and rehearse effectively, alone and with groups. 5. Demonstrate a high level of musical literacy. 6. Demonstrate a high level of aural, creative, and re-creative skills. 7. Communicate effectively orally an in writing. 8. Demonstrate familiarity with some academic fields other than music. 9. Demonstrate an advanced level of technical and expressive ability on their primary study (Classical Performance and Jazz Performance Concentrations). 10. Demonstrate advanced familiarity with classical repertory (Classical Performance Concentration). 11. Improvise creatively, reflecting appropriate knowledge of jazz style, harmony, and form (Jazz Performance Concentration). 12. Demonstrate high understanding of theoretical principles of music education (Music Education Concentration) 13. Execute a variety of pedagogical methodologies in various practical teaching situations (Music Education Concentration). 14. Demonstrate a high understanding of the theory and history of the interaction of technology (Creative Music Technology Concentration). 15. Use a variety of technologies to capture, create, and manipulate various forms of sound for artistic purposes (Creative Music Technology Concentration). [-]

Bachelor of Architecture

Canadian University Dubai
Campus Full time 5 years September 2017 United Arab Emirates Dubai

The degree program provides students with a good understanding of the functional areas of Architecture, including design tools, design methodologies, and design philosophies, allied with decision-making and effective presentation processes. The courses listed under the program requirements encompass the academic and professional areas of Architecture as defined by the Canadian Architecture Certification Board (CACB). [+]

The degree program provides students with a good understanding of the functional areas of Architecture, including design tools, design methodologies, and design philosophies, allied with decision-making and effective presentation processes. The courses listed under the program requirements encompass the academic and professional areas of Architecture as defined by the Canadian Architecture Certification Board (CACB). Benefits Graduates with a Bachelor in Interior Design will be equipped with: Creative and analytical skills. An understanding of the economic, social, constructional, and legal environments in which the practice of Architecture operates. Knowledge of professional architectural and ethical values. A good understanding and proven ability in the fundamentals of architectural design An enhanced ability in graphic and oral communications A good knowledge of building systems, codes and appropriate technology and materials, and an appreciation of and sensitivity toward ecology and the environment. Career Opportunities Graduates with a Bachelor of Architecture will be eligible to apply for the following Architecture, Urban Design, Landscape and Interior design consultancies Real estate consultancies Construction & Project Management Government offices (Ministries and Municipalities) Facility Management Master degrees in Architecture, Urban Design, Landscape and Interior design Teaching positions in the related discipline [-]

Bachelor Fashion Design & Technology

IFA Paris
Campus Full time 3 - 3 years September 2017 Turkey Shanghai İstanbul France Paris + 3 more

The Bachelor in Fashion Design & Technology is the IFA Paris signature program. It combines the French fashion heritage with the latest technological changes and an international perspective to meet the current fashion industry requirements. [+]

Bachelors in Arts in Middle East 2017. IFA PARIS BACHELOR Certified by IDEL as "International Bachelor" 3-year program In English and French in Paris and in English in Shanghai 3 CAMPUSES - Paris, Shanghai and Istanbul with the possibility to transfer INTAKE: September 2015 TOTAL WORKLOAD: 4,556 hours ECTS CREDITS EARNED: 180 APPLICATION FEE: €150 LIMITED TO 25 students per class The Bachelor in Fashion Design & Technology is the IFA Paris signature program. It combines the French fashion heritage with the latest technological changes and an international perspective to meet the current fashion industry requirements. The innovative teaching methods mixing traditional lectures, practical workshops, personal researches, experimentation, peer to peer presentations and various visits, lead students to become creative and pragmatic, curious and analytical, imaginative and excellent technicians and prepare them to the possibility of an international career. The one to one approach allows them to develop their own creative universe while being adaptable to different styles, types of brand and market segments at the same time. This very complete, intensive, varied and exciting program trains fashion lovers to the jobs of Fashion Designer. However the perfect knowledge of fashion products and creative process it provides, allows participants to also achieve positions such as Stylist, Pattern Maker, Production Manager, Independent Designer, or even Collection Director, Art Director, or Merchandiser when completed by IFA Paris' Master of Arts in Contemporary Fashion Design. Course Structure The course is organized around 3 Ateliers lasting each 30 academic weeks. Each atelier encompasses specific module groupings structured around various themes. The 3 Ateliers correspond to the 3 levels identified within the Higher Education Framework. The course is constructed in compliance with the Bologna Convention principles and grant participants, upon completion, a total of 180 ECTS (60 ECTS per Atelier or year). The underlying rationale behind this course construction is to allow students to be immersed in an environment that mimics what their working conditions will be like in a fashion studio. The assessment strategy uses a perfect balance between summative and formative assessments in order to improve skills not only on core disciplines but also in project planning and time management. Projects are concurrently conducted between all modules in order to improve students’ transferrable skills, allowing them to link skills and competencies from various domains. Premier Atelier : Discovery The first atelier is conducted as the first year of the Bachelor Course. Under the framework of Higher Education Programs, the first Atelier is equivalent to a HE Level 4. Students are following core modules in order to discover the universe of fashion. They will acquire basic skills in design, construction, digital fashion and fashion history in order to lay the pedagogical foundation of their learning curve. Fashion Design 1 : In the first installment of this module grouping, students will discover the fundamental skills of fashion design : How to sketch women and men figurines and technical drawings of each type of garments How to use colors and create color ranges adapted to fashion How to design prints and integrate them into a garments collection How to develop a creative research methodology and exacerbate their curiosity and creativity How to express their inspirations and ideas through mood boards, illustrations, stylization and complete professional portfolios How to build and structure a collection plan. Fashion Workshop 1 : Fashion design is not only abstract conceptions, and creativity must be supported by practical experimentation and technical researches. In this first installment of Fashion Workshop, students will experiment different dying methods and printing techniques, work on silhouette construction through styling, discover and analyze various Artists and Designers through attending International exhibitions or work on the implementation of concept and developed in the Fashion Design Module. Digital Fashion Design 1 : Mastering the right software is absolutely essential in today’s fashion industry : it’s necessary to design precise technical sketches and to present ideas and designs in a professional way. In the first installment of this module, students will learn the fundamentals of Photoshop, Illustrator and In-Design. Pattern Making and Draping 1 : The knowledge of fashion is incomplete without a good understanding of construction. In the first installment of this module students will discover the two main methods to develop clothes : pattern making and draping. They will learn how to create patterns directly from body measurements or by draping on a dummy according to IFA Paris own construction techniques, developed by our own lecturers over 2 decades. At the end of the first level students will be able to design the patterns of usual skirts, shirts and dresses. Production 1 : Fashion designers have to imagine every details and finishing of the garments they create, that’s why mastering the garment production process is so important. At the first level students will learn gradually different sewing and finishing methods to produce complete garments such as skirts and shirts. Fashion History and Culture : Know the past and understand the present to create the future. Like every creative field, fashion is a culture and it’s essential to know its history and development before being able to visualize the directions it will take. Through lectures, researches and presentation of archives, students will discover the evolution of fashion through time and analyze the works, style and inspiration of the most important fashion designers with a special focus on the masters of the international fashion from the last forty years. Deuxieme Atelier : Experimentation The second atelier is conducted as the second year of the Bachelor Course. Under the Higher Education Programs framework, the second atelier is equivalent to a HE Level 5. In this stage of their learning experience students are invited to develop their creativity through experimentation. Specific themes such as men’s wear, children’s wear or knitting workshop will be covered through interlinked modules. The pedagogical objective is to improve participants’ critical thinking. Fashion Design 2 : In the second installment of this module students will apply the skills acquired during the first year and experiment new inspirations and concepts in various fashion projects including menswear collection, accessories collection, children’s wear collection and fabric transformation. They will have to adapt their personal ideas to different kind of products and market segments and understand how to adapt their own creativity to main fashion trends. Fashion Workshop 2 : In connection to Fashion Design 2, students will continue to explore various techniques and practical methods that can enhance their creative expression. They will experiment embroideries, pleating or knitting methods that will allow them to imagine more elaborate fashion products. They will also have the opportunity to collaborate with professional suppliers and external workshops to experiment the management of the supply chain which is an important part of the job of a fashion designer. Digital Fashion Design 2 : The second part of this module is designed as a workshop supporting the development of students’ creations in Fashion Design as well as in Fashion Workshop. By this stage students will be guided by their instructors in order to assess which software is better suited to their creative and personal requirements. The objective is to experiment and find the best tool to generate fashion design portfolios and presentation reflecting the students’ own identities. Pattern Making and Draping 2 : Building up on Pattern Making and Draping 1, the module will allow students to learn how to combine two-dimensional and three-dimensional approaches to find the best methodology so as to create the patterns for any kind of garments. They will experiment how to adapt the classical construction of pants, tailored jackets, kimono and raglan sleeves to create the pattern of their most creative designs. Production 2 : Like in the PMD module, the main goal of the second level production module is to lead students to be able to choose and practice the best production strategy and finishing method to maximize the quality of the finished garments they have to produce. Digital Fashion Product : It’s very important to keep students up to date with the latest changes within the fashion industry. While the software developed by Lectra is a usual support in fashion production, 3D printing is a brand-new technology that is bound to become inevitable in the future. In this module students will learn the basic use of Lectra and one 3D graphic software they will later experiment with in the completion of fashion projects. Textile Technology : Fabric is still the main raw material of fashion, that’s why it’s essential to fashion students to have a deep knowledge of textile products. Through lectures, researches and workshops, students will learn how fabrics are produced from fibers to weaving and knitting, understand their various characteristics, textures and qualities and experiment their best uses for garment production according to their specificities. Fashion Marketing 1 : Although a creative one, fashion is an industry and fashion design is also affected by a brand strategy, market segmentation or price positioning. In this module student will learn the basic marketing tools and explore the key success factors that lead fashion brand to success. Troisieme Atelier : Imprint The third atelier is conducted as the third year of the Bachelor Course. Under the Higher Education Programs framework, the second atelier is equivalent to a HE Level 6. In the final process of their learning experience, students will focus on expressing their own voice as a designer. Through the development of a Mini-Collection they will be asked to think in terms of personal creativity, appropriate construction techniques, contemporaneity and unique selling proposition and positioning. The final objective here is to prepare a unique portfolio of garments to be used as stepping stone for job search within the industry or access to the Post-Graduate Course at IFA called “Contemporary Fashion Design”. Fashion Design 3 : The main focus of the 3rd installment of the fashion design module is to create a complete and professional collection of womenswear or menswear according to a given theme. Each student will have to develop their own concepts and interpretations, design silhouettes including accessories, build a collection plan and create complete technical files of 4 to 6 garments that will be produced by the students. At the end of the process, students will have to present their collection portfolio to a professional jury. Digital Fashion Design 3 : In the last installment of this module the main purpose will be to support the fashion design process and to create a personal and creative layout for the final collection portfolio. Pattern Making and Draping 3 : In this final module students will have to develop 3 to 6 prototypes from the collection they have created. They will conduct research on volumes, find the right methodology to develop pattern in the most efficient way and finalize the pattern of the garments they have to produce after a fitting session on models. Production 3 : In the production module, students will have to find and choose the most adapted fabrics, identify the best sewing methods and finishing solutions in order to produce their prototypes in the most professional way. At the end of this process the best collection and prototypes will be selected by the jury to be showcased in the IFA Paris annual Bachelor Fashion Design fashion show. Fashion Marketing 2 : While continuing to explore the main marketing theories and practice, students will have to define a marketing strategy for their final collection with target market, price positioning, distribution and communication strategy, IFA Career and Alumni Center : The 3 Ateliers will be complemented on a yearly basis by 60 hours of industry relations. Students will get the opportunity to attend special guest lectures given by industry professionals. Field trips to factories, studios and workshops will also complement the series of guest lectures. Through IFA Career and Alumni Center’s database, students will be able to be exposed to the latest and most current industry techniques while increasing their own professional network of contacts. Student Workload over the 3 years : 2112 Hours of Face-to-Face lectures 2444 Hours of Self-Study 180 Hours of Industry Networking Admission requirements : High school graduates or equivalence A strong motivation in fashion The program is taught in English and Chinese in Shanghai, English and French in Paris. In Paris non English or French speaking students are required to provide an IELTS or a TCF score. [-]

Bachelor Marché de l’Art

ESMAC : École Supérieure des Métiers des Arts appliqués et de la Culture
Online Part time 3 years Open Enrollment Canada Canada Online Niger Niger Online Tunisia Tunisia Online Lebanon Lebanon Online Senegal Senegal Online Algeria Algeria Online French Polynesia French Polynesia Online Côte d'Ivoire Cote d'Ivoire Online France France Online Mauritius Mauritius Online French Guiana French Guiana Online Belgium Belgium Online Reunion (Fr.) Reunion Online Guadeloupe (Fr.) Guadeloupe Online Switzerland Switzerland Online Democratic Republic of Congo Congo DRC (Zaire) Online Martinique (Fr.) Martinique Online Luxembourg Luxembourg Online Congo Congo ROC (Brazzaville) Online Morocco Morocco Online + 38 more

Le BACHELOR PROFESSIONNEL SDS® MARCHE DE L’ART est un diplôme européen délivré par l’INSHED. La formation permet d’être professionnellement opérationnel dès le début de votre carrière et de bénéficier d’une bonne employabilité, au-delà même de votre pays d’origine [+]

FORMATION Appréhender le contexte culturel, social et politique (en français et en anglais). Maîtriser les outils (Logiciels Graphiques) et les techniques (analyse critique de l’œuvre, muséographie, exposition). Posséder les connaissances de l’économie et du marché de l’histoire de l’art Assimiler les fonctions et les compétences d’une personne travaillant dans le marché de l’art pour les mettre en œuvre dans un projet personnel. DÉBOUCHÉS PROFESSIONNELS Le BACHELOR PROFESSIONNEL SDS® MARCHE DE L’ART est un diplôme européen délivré par l’INSHED. La formation permet d’être professionnellement opérationnel dès le début de votre carrière et de bénéficier d’une bonne employabilité, au-delà même de votre pays d’origine Admission Pour amorcer votre projet de formation, rien de plus simple, il vous suffit de télécharger la présentation détaillée de la formation qui vous intéresse. A partir de ce moment-là : Nous vous accompagnons dans votre réflexion, Nous réfléchissons avec vous sur l’adéquation de votre parcours avec la formation choisie, Nous validons avec vous tous les aspects pratiques (stage, examens, emploi, alternance…), Nous vous conseillons également sur les différents financements possibles, Et bien sûr, nos conseils, comme la prise en charge de votre dossier, sont gracieux. [-]

Bachelor of Architecture (BArch) in Architecture

Yasar University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Turkey İzmir

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

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.... [-]


Bachelor in Architecture

Bilkent University
Campus Full time September 2017 Turkey Ankara

The Department of Architecture’s curriculum provides a strong foundation in architectural theory and prepares students for the innovative field of contemporary architectural practice. The [+]

The Department of Architecture’s curriculum provides a strong foundation in architectural theory and prepares students for the innovative field of contemporary architectural practice. The program embraces the interdisciplinary nature of the discipline and offers a broad range of courses in order to equip students with knowledge and skills that will enable them to design aesthetically pleasing, structurally safe, technologically sound, environmentally healthy, and comfortable buildings. The faculty is devoted to educate critical and independent thinkers who comprehend the importance of architecture's social impact. The physical environment supports this educational philosophy. The department is facilitated with spacious studios, classrooms with projectors, auditoriums, computer labs, and photography studios. Students also benefit from one of the best architectural library collections in the country.... [-]

Bachelor in Architecture

American University of Ras al Khaimah
Campus Full time 5 years September 2017 United Arab Emirates Ras Al Khaimah

Architecture is both the process and the product of planning, designing, and constructing buildings and other physical structures. [+]

Bachelors in Arts in Middle East 2017. Architecture is both the process and the product of planning, designing, and constructing buildings and other physical structures. Career Opportunities Jobs where your degree would be useful include: Building surveyor Commercial/residential surveyor Higher education lecturer Historic buildings inspector/conservation officer Landscape architect Planning and development surveyor Production designer, theatre/television/film Structural engineer Town planner Jobs directly related to your degree include: Architect Architectural technologist Interior and spatial designer Admissions Criteria American / Canadian Diploma UAE / GCC / Egyptian Secondary School Certificate UAE / GCC / Egyptian Secondary School Certificate British IGCSE / GCE Leaving School Certificate(A School Leaving Certificate must be provided,showing the last grade (year) completed) Iranian Diploma Indian / Pakistani /Bangladesh Higher Secondary School Certificate International Baccalaureate Diploma Syrian Secondary School Certificate SABIS Diploma WAEC / NECO Mission The Bachelor of Architecture program at the American University of Ras Al Khaimah (AURAK) educates students to become qualified architects who are capable of generating effective solutions by using architectural approaches in the field of Architecture. The graduates of the program will be well versed in technology and in social and environmental issues. Architecture program require students to apply principles of architecture and basic science to model, analyze, design, and realize physical environments, components or processes; and prepare students to work professionally in architectural areas. The program provides students with an excellent foundation in the core technical competencies of the discipline: design, building construction, and history and theory of architecture with special consideration to sustainability and green architecture. In addition, an array of technical electives is offered to enable students to tailor their Architectural education to best suit their career goals. The technical focus is complemented with topics in general education leading to a well-rounded member of the global society. Goals and Objectives The program goals have been derived from and support the mission statement of the American University of Ras al Khaimah. The graduate of the Architecture Program is expected to be able to: 1. Pursue a successful professional career in local and regional markets or higher studies in the field of Architecture. 2. Conceive, design, model, analyze, test and implement Architectural principles and processes considering their environmental impact. 3. Professionally apply creative thinking, skills, historical knowledge and experimental techniques in solving practical problems. 4. Effectively communicate and function in various multidisciplinary environments and engage in lifelong learning and professional development. 5. Understand the ethical, cultural and environmental considerations of the architectural profession. Program Outcomes AURAK has developed the learning outcomes for the Architectural program in compliance with the Student Performance Criteria (SPC) adopted by NAAB (National Architecture Accrediting Board) of the United States of America. According to SPC, the outcomes for the program are organized into realms to more easily understand the relationships between individual criteria. Realm A: Critical Thinking and Representation: Architects must have the ability to build abstract relationships and understand the impact of ideas based on research and analysis of multiple theoretical, social, political, economic, cultural and environmental contexts. This ability includes facility with the wider range of media used to think about architecture including writing, investigative skills, speaking, drawing and model making. Students’ learning aspirations include: – Being broadly educated. – Valuing lifelong inquisitiveness. – Communicating graphically in a range of media. – Recognizing the assessment of evidence. – Comprehending people, place, and context. – Recognizing the disparate needs of client, community, and society. A. 1. Communication Skills: Ability to read, write, speak and listen effectively. A. 2. Design Thinking Skills: Ability to raise clear and precise questions, use abstract ideas to interpret information, consider diverse points of view, reach well-reasoned conclusions, and test alternative outcomes against relevant criteria and standards. A. 3. Visual Communication Skills: Ability to use appropriate representational media, such as traditional graphic and digital technology skills, to convey essential formal elements at each stage of the programming and design process. A. 4. Technical Documentation: Ability to make technically clear drawings, write outline specifications, and prepare models illustrating and identifying the assembly of materials, systems, and components appropriate for a building design. A. 5. Investigative Skills: Ability to gather, assess, record, apply, and comparatively evaluate relevant information within architectural coursework and design processes. A. 6. Fundamental Design Skills: Ability to effectively use basic architectural and environmental principles in design. A. 7. Use of Precedents: Ability to examine and comprehend the fundamental principles present in relevant precedents and to make choices regarding the incorporation of such principles into architecture and urban design projects. A. 8. Ordering Systems Skills: Understanding of the fundamentals of both natural and formal ordering systems and the capacity of each to inform two- and three-dimensional design. A. 9. Historical Traditions and Global Culture: Understanding of parallel and divergent canons and traditions of architecture, landscape and urban design including examples of indigenous, vernacular, local, regional, national settings from the Eastern, Western, Northern, and South hemispheres in terms of their climatic, ecological, technological, socioeconomic, public health, and cultural factors. A. 10. Cultural Diversity: Understanding of the diverse needs, values, behavioral norms, physical abilities, and social and spatial patterns that characterize different cultures and individuals and the implication of this diversity on the societal roles and responsibilities of architects. A.11. Applied Research: Understanding the role of applied research in determining function, form, and systems and their impact on human conditions and behavior. Realm B: Integrated Building Practices, Technical Skills and Knowledge: Architects are called upon to comprehend the technical aspects of design, systems and materials, and be able to apply that comprehension to their services. Additionally they must appreciate their role in the implementation of design decisions, and the impact of such decisions on the environment. Students learning aspirations include: – Creating building designs with well-integrated systems. – Comprehending constructability. – Incorporating life safety systems. – Integrating accessibility. – Applying principles of sustainable design. B. 1. Pre-Design: Ability to prepare a comprehensive program for an architectural project, such as preparing an assessment of client and user needs, an inventory of space and equipment requirements, an analysis of site conditions (including existing buildings), a review of the relevant laws and standards and assessment of their implications for the project, and a definition of site selection and design assessment criteria. B. 2. Accessibility: Ability to design sites, facilities, and systems to provide independent and integrated use by individuals with physical (including mobility), sensory, and cognitive disabilities. B. 3. Sustainability: Ability to design projects that optimize, conserve, or reuse natural and built resources, provide healthful environments for occupants/users, and reduce the environmental impacts of building construction and operations on future generations through means such as carbon-neutral design, bioclimatic design, and energy efficiency. B. 4. Site Design: Ability to respond to site characteristics such as soil, topography, vegetation, and watershed in the development of a project design. B. 5. Life Safety: Ability to apply the basic principles of life-safety systems with an emphasis on egress. B. 6. Comprehensive Design: Ability to produce a comprehensive architectural project that demonstrates each student’s capacity to make design decisions across scales while integrating the following SPC: A.2. Design Thinking Skills A.4. Technical Documentation A.5. Investigative Skills A.8. Ordering Systems A.9. Historical Traditions and Global Culture B.2. Accessibility B.3. Sustainability B.4. Site Design B.5. Life Safety B.8. Environmental Systems B.9. Structural Systems B. 7. Financial Considerations: Understanding of the fundamentals of building costs, such as acquisition costs, project financing and funding, financial feasibility, operational costs, and construction estimating with an emphasis on life-cycle cost accounting. B. 8. Environmental Systems: Understanding the principles of environmental systems’ design such as embodied energy, active and passive heating and cooling, indoor air quality, solar orientation, day lighting and artificial illumination, and acoustics; including the use of appropriate performance assessment tools. B. 9. Structural Systems: Understanding of the basic principles of structural behavior in withstanding gravity and lateral forces and the evolution, range, and appropriate application of contemporary structural systems. B. 10. Building Envelope Systems: Understanding of the basic principles involved in the appropriate application of building envelope systems and associated assemblies relative to fundamental performance, aesthetics, moisture transfer, durability, and energy and material resources. B. 11. Building Service Systems: Understanding of the basic principles and appropriate application and performance of building service systems such as plumbing, electrical, vertical transportation, security, and fire protection systems. B. 12. Building Materials and Assemblies: Understanding of the basic principles utilized in the appropriate selection of construction materials, products, components, and assemblies, based on their inherent characteristics and performance, including their environmental impact and reuse. Realm C: Leadership and Practice: Architects need to manage, advocate, and act legally, ethically and critically for the good of the client, society and the public. This includes collaboration, business, and leadership skills. Student learning aspirations include: – Knowing societal and professional responsibilities. – Comprehending the business of building. – Collaborating and negotiating with clients and consultants in the design process. – Discerning the diverse roles of architects and those in related disciplines. – Integrating community service into the practice of architecture. C. 1. Collaboration: Ability to work in collaboration with others and in multidisciplinary teams to successfully complete design projects. C. 2. Human Behavior: Understanding of the relationship between human behavior, the natural environment and the design of the built environment. C. 3 Client Role in Architecture: Understanding of the responsibility of the architect to elicit, understand, and reconcile the needs of the client, owner, user groups, and the public and community domains. C. 4. Project Management: Understanding of the methods for competing for commissions, selecting consultants and assembling teams, and recommending project delivery methods. C. 5. Practice Management: Understanding of the basic principles of architectural practice management such as financial management and business planning, time management, risk management, mediation and arbitration, and recognizing trends that affect practice. C. 6. Leadership: Understanding of the techniques and skills architects use to work collaboratively in the building design and construction process and on environmental, social, and aesthetic issues in their communities. C. 7. Legal Responsibilities: Understanding of the architect’s responsibility to the public and the client as determined by registration law, building codes and regulations, professional service contracts, zoning and subdivision ordinances, environmental regulation, and historic preservation and accessibility laws. C. 8. Ethics and Professional Judgment: Understanding of the ethical issues involved in the formation of professional judgment regarding social, political and cultural issues in architectural design and practice. C.9. Community and Social Responsibility: Understanding of the architect’s responsibility to work in the public interest, to respect historic resources, and to improve the quality of life for local and global neighbors [-]

Bachelor of Architecture

Manipal University Dubai
Campus Full time September 2017 United Arab Emirates Al Mizhar (Dubai)

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 in Architecture

Nisantasi University
Campus or Online Full time 4 years February 2017 Turkey Turkey Online İstanbul + 1 more

Students are admitted to this four-year-undergraduate program with their MF-4 points in YGS. The department of Architecture requires a strong content knowledge of mathematics, geometry and real interest in visual arts and philosophy. [+]

Bachelors in Arts in Middle East 2017. About department Students are admitted to this four-year-undergraduate program with their MF-4 points in YGS. The department of Architecture requires a strong content knowledge of mathematics, geometry and real interest in visual arts and philosophy. Courses in four different fields such as architectural design and building information, history of architecture, environmental control and construction technologies, project construction and management are offered to the students in depth. Students create and present project with this knowledge at laboratories and workshops in each semester. This means that students actively participate in their education process. It is aimed to provide our students with skills like designing all kinds of construction, designing places, producing the objects which users need, technical training about planning and coordinating the construction processes as well as skills of self-improvement based on art and culture, and skills of solving problems about the job. Employment Opportunities Construction sector is the leading sector in the country's economy along with the other sectors that it affects. Architects can choose places and do a feasibility study for the real estate investment companies; be assigned in every stage of designing, cost management, and production in broad sense; coordinate all the disciplines in the process of using the designed product; conduct commitment issues, field control, and consultation services; sell and do marketing for construction materials; work as academicians in an academic environment; work in organization and publishing business in architecture and art fields. Architects can work in public institutions such as the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Ministry of Environment and Urban Planning, Ministry of Development, municipalities as well as in private sector for commitment, designing, real estate improvement firms, and they can also open their own business and work as freelancers. With the rising trend of gentrification, new employment areas have been created for architects. About Courses Curriculum of the department of Architecture offers courses that give the information that can be used in every stage of professional life. Basics of designing, computer-assisted design, building information, structure information, technologies of architecture, architectural design, construction materials, architectural project, building survey, protection- restoration, zoning law, architectural construction project are the core courses of the department. Many elective courses about specific areas are offered to students as well. Intake On-Campus: September & February of each year Online: All Year Round, student can incorporate any month of the year [-]

Bachelor in Architecture

Beykent University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Turkey İstanbul

Architecture is accepted as an art which pursues efficacy; as an applied science and technology; and as a profession which aims to achieve high quality of life by designing and constructing artificial environments. [+]

Bachelor in Architecture DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE Architecture is accepted as an art which pursues efficacy; as an applied science and technology; and as a profession which aims to achieve high quality of life by designing and constructing artificial environments. In accordance with all these definitions the architectural education is structured on necessary theoretical and practice based courses and architectural design studios. The Architectural Education is four years. In this period, the compulsory courses are introduced in terms of understanding of the architectural concepts, perceiving and criticizing the space, and being informed about design principles, history of architecture, environment, structure and construction, and construction technologies. The architectural design studios, which bring the history–culture–theory knowledge together, aim to enable the students to create their own architectural designs which are innovative and can be realized. The theory and practice based two working drawing studios give an opportunity to combine structure–construction–technology–environment knowledge. At the same time to develop the artistic and technical skills of the students hand drawing and computer courses are placed in the education programme. In the computer based courses various architectural presentation and drawing programmes are intensively taught. Apart from the compulsory courses, five elective courses are placed in the education programme. Besides this, students are encouraged to take some elective courses from other departments to enrich their knowledge and understanding of interdisciplinary relationships. The Department offers a dynamic atmosphere by some exchange programmes such as ERASMUS, and domestic and international study trips. Total sixty days (30 days architectural office and 30 days construction site) summer practice and an independent graduation project at final term of fourth year are required to complete the architectural education. Prof.Ayşe Uğur TÜTENGİL Head of Architecture Course Contents ARCH 101 Design Studies I (2-4) 4 (ECTS- 6) The objectives of this course are; to increase students’ sensitivity and perception of natural and artificial environment; to cultivate students’ ability to formulate critical evaluations of design problems through understanding elements of volume, ground or surface; to make students have not only intellectual but also manual skills by calling into question the relations between volume, ground and surface; and to introduce students to two or three-dimensional models by which to articulate their knowledge of basic elements and principles of design and their individual voice. The topics of lectures and discussion are; the basic elements of design: point, line, plane; constituent elements of volume; the concepts of difference and similarity, rhythm, balance, symmetry and asymmetry, harmony and contrast, unity and diversity. Visits, seminars, workshops and programs aiming at developing students’ skills of representation, drawing, surveying, photography, video and model making support this course. ARCH 111 Introduction to Architecture (2-2) 3 (ECTS- 4) The objective of this course is to introduce architecture to first year students to develop their understanding and perception of architecture through the analysis of form, space, function, structure and technology of architectural examples. Topics to be examined include: understanding architecture as art, science, design and/or technology; defining forms and space, light and colour, solid and void; organization of space with overall harmony considering, scale, proportion, natural and man-made environment, topography, climate and site; functions relevant with utilization of space, man and environment, ergonomics, size, movement, health, safety and comfort; structure and material as elements of architecture; mathematics in architecture: geometry, lines, surfaces, solids and proportion; architecture as a profession: design and building construction, planning, communication with clients and organization of architectural process; architecture is in relevance with interior architecture, landscape architecture and planning, arts and archaeology, social sciences and psychology. ARCH 115 Design Communication Media I (2-2) 3 (ECTS- 5) The objectives of the course are to develop students’ abilities to understand, evaluate and perceive three-dimensional forms and spaces presented on plane, and to acquire intellectual and manual skills to communicate with lettering, modelling, drawing, sketching and rendering. The course includes working with hand instruments to draw 2D geometric forms from triangle, to hyperbola, and repeating, subdividing, enlarging and reducing them. Students will be engaged in the following activities: making solid and hollow models of Platonic solids, 3D geometric and composite forms; learning orthographic projection for drawing plan, section and elevations of simple objects; axonometric projections, isometric, dimetric, and trimetric perspective of composite forms, and central perspective with visual rays of interior spaces are also studied; rendering: developing rendering techniques with black and coloured pencil and marker, using total techniques to give tonal value and texture as well as free hand sketching. ARCH 117 Theory of Art (2-2) 3 (ECTS- 4) The students are introduced with the concepts of intuitive knowledge, perception, creative design, artistic expression, aesthetics, style and the golden ratio. The course focuses on the drawing, painting and sculpture of different cultures starting from the prehistoric age up to the modern age with chronological order. The prominent works of art are discussed in terms of style. MATH 115 Architectural Geometry (2-2) 3 (ECTS- 4) Real numbers, equations and inequalities, cartesian coordinate systems , coordinates of points and vectors in two and three-dimensional space. Operations with vectors. Equations of lines and line graphs in two dimensions, line segments and ratios of division. Convexity and convex polygons and smooth polygons. Matrices, determinants and matrix operations. Linear transformations in the plane; Symmetry, rotation, translation, stretching, shrinking and scalings. Plane figures and their areas; Plane, parallelogram, triangle, square, rectangle. Similarity and rates of similarities, Pisagor and Thales theorems. Projections. Solid bodies; Sphere, prizms, parallelpiped, cylinders and cuttings in three-dimensional coordinate system, and their surface areas and volumes. ENG 101 Developing Listening and Speaking Skills (0-4) 2 (ECTS- 4) The aim of this course is to develop listening, speaking and note-taking skills for academic purposes. The lectures are done as class works, discussions and presentations. Listening for main ideas, preparing presentations, to form discussions in class, speaking about specific, updated issues and taking notes from written and oral sources are also primarily aim of this course. TUR 101 Turkish I (2-0) 2 (ECTS- 3) The main aim of ‘Turkish Language I’ is: (i) to help students develop an appreciation and a consciousness of the Turkish Language (ii) to help students acquire the characteristics and the functional rules of Turkish (iii) to improve oral and written skills. Basic subjects to be studied include: definition, types and characteristics of language; interrelationships between language/thought/culture/literature; analysis of informative texts; knowledge of written-expression (selection of topic, limiting the topic, preparing an outline, writing different types of essays, prepared and unprepared speech (discussion, open session, etc.); note taking and summarizing techniques; Turkish grammar (phonology, morphology); knowledge of Turkish spelling and punctuation. Course format: lectures, discussions, group work, homework and presentation of projects. ARCH 102 Design Studies II (2-4) 4 (ECTS- 7) The aim of this course is to expose students to “space” and to “design” by setting out the importance of the Euclidean, and Post Euclidean geometry and body’s movement in creating “architectural spaces”. In this context, students examine geometry by means of vertical and horizontal planes, point and framing elements. In studios, students create spaces by applying the rules of Euclid and Post Euclid geometries and design architectural elements such as ramp or stairs. The course relies on three different design approaches; construction, transformation and deconstruction. Students are to express their ideas and knowledge through sketching, drawing and model making. The topics of lectures and discussion are; construction, transformation and deconstruction of the cube; body and the cube; the framework of space, movement; light and colour, empty or full spaces, interior and exterior, interior inside interior, closed or semi-closed, open, interlocking, overlapping spaces, transparency. Visits, seminars, workshops and programs aiming at developing students’ skills of representation, drawing, surveying, photography, video and model making support this course. ARCH 112 Architectural Building Technology I (2-2) 3 (ECTS- 4) Basic introduction to user-building-environment interactions, man and his requirements: health, safety and comfort; building and performance requirements for building: strength and stability, weather exclusion, thermal and sound control, fire safety and protection. Awareness of building sub-systems: building structure and structural systems; functional building elements as external envelope: walls, windows, roofs, sub-structure, floor on grade, basement and foundations; internal divisions: walls, floors, staircase; environmental and utility services. ARCH 114 Structural Systems I (3-0) 3 (ECTS- 4) Basic introduction to the mathematical foundations of static, equilibrium, balance, centroid, neutral axis. Static and dynamic loads, forces, movement and reaction to forces; internal forces in a structural member: tension, compression shear and moment; stress and strain, modulus of elasticity and strength of materials. Geometric stability, rigidity and deformability of a structure; structural equilibrium of force and moment. Statically determinate (isostatic) structures. ARCH 116 Design Communication Media II (2-2) 3 (ECTS- 5) The objectives of this course are to develop students’ further understanding of 3D forms and spaces presented on various planes in two and three dimensions; and to enable students to use their mental and manual skills to communicate with iconic and computer modelling, technical drawing, freehand drawings, sketching and rendering. The content of the course includes preparation of briefing, specifications, portfolios; perspectives with two and three vanishing points, bird’s eye view; shadows and reflection; using different tools (pencil, marker, watercolour, airbrush and acrylics) to give value and texture. ARCH 118 Architectural History and Theory I (3-0) 3 (ECTS- 3) The architecture originating from the neolithic age agricultural revolution and the changes in the architecture for different cultures until the 18th century are discussed with the cause and effect relations. This course covers the topics on the ancient Analotian, Egyptian, Mezapotamian, Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Romanesque, Gothic and Renaissance architecture with the works and characteristics of each culture. ENG 102 Developing Listening and Speaking Skills (0-4) 2 (ECTS- 4) The aim of this course is to develop the skills of reading authentic texts and writing techniques. A new topic is introduced every week. This topic starts with reading exercises and goes on with activities that help to develop critical thinking skills. TUR 102 Turkish II (2-0) 2 (ECTS- 3) The main aim of ‘Turkish Language II’ is: (i) to help students develop an appreciation and a consciousness of the Turkish language (ii) to help students acquire the characteristics and functional rules of Turkish (iii) to improve oral and written skills. Basic subjects to be studied include: world and Turkish languages; analysis of informative and storytelling texts; knowledge of written expression (the paragraph and its types, ways of improving critical thinking skills in writing assignments, types of expressions, writing different types of essays); prepared and unprepared speech (discussion, debate, telling jokes, narrating events and past experiences, etc.); Turkish grammar (syntax, semantics); usage of Turkish (elements of expression, language mistakes); Turkish spelling and punctuation. The course will be presented through lectures, discussions, group work, homework and presentation of projects. ARCH 201 Architectural Design I (2-6) 5 (ECTS- 9) The objective of this course is to introduce students to the architectural problems deriving from “Body-Space”. The concepts of sheltering, nature, rural or urban geography, borders, and dwelling will be examined through the concept of “space”. Students will work on architectural concepts, experiment and explore space in studios while developing their intellectual skills, noticing similarities and differences and acquiring abstract way of thinking. The topics of lectures and discussion are; topography, context, climate, scale, volume, movement, ergonomics, light, spatial quality, security, dwelling. Visits, seminars, workshops and programs aiming at developing students’ skills of representation, drawing, surveying, photography, video and model making support this course. ARCH 211 Architectural History and Theory II (3-0) 3 (ECTS- 4) The students are introduced to the ancient structures that had been built by Uyghur Turks and Gökturks which have became settled societies following “Nomadic Hunter Gatherer” society culture. This course also covers the topics on the religious, civilized and military buildings; and water structures which had been built during the period of Anatolian Selchucks, Ottoman Empire and the early period of Turkish Republic. The historical structures are discussed and examined taking into account the concept, the material, the construction, the space organization and the decoration with special emphasis of the works of Mimar Sinan and the other Turkish Architects. ARCH 213 Environmental Systems I (2-2) 3 (ECTS- 4) The main objective of this course is to develop students’ understanding sustainability and the passive means of environmental interventions. Sustainable development; environmental context, ecology, energy and pollution, smothering pollution, water and soil conservation; environmental health and safety, wise use of diminishing resources, recycling; safe and healthy buildings, environmental impact of building construction, products, production processes, and related design issues. Environmental control: solar radiation, principles of natural light, daylight, natural lighting through windows and skylights; thermal comfort: temperature of air, air movement and humidity; principles of heat, heat loss and gain through building envelope by radiation, conduction, convection and evaporation in winter and summer conditions; solar control and shading; energy conservation: passive solar gain, thermal insulation; passive cooling systems. ARCH 215 Design Communication Media II (2-2) 3 (ECTS- 5) The objectives of the course are to develop students’ abilities to understand and to gain intellectual and manual skills to communicate with the technical architectural drawings in the Computer Architectural Aided Design - CAAD studio. The course content includes an introduction to CAAD, a study of the basics and advanced drawing commands, modifying commands, dimensioning and concepts of architectural drawing techniques. The course covers introduction to architectural drawing language to develop skills to produce drawings as floor plans, sections and elevations, and introduction to dimensioning methods and techniques. ARCH 217 Building Materials (2-2) 3 (ECTS- 4) The main objectives of this course are to develop students’ visual contact with building materials; to develop students’ understanding of basic characteristics of materials and performance of products and composites developed for building purposes. The course includes an examination of the descriptive and basic properties of building materials, such as strength, optical, electrical, thermal and acoustical properties, deformation and deterioration. The materials are timber (wood) and timber products; siliceous and ceramics materials and products: stones, glass, perlite, tiles, bricks and blocks; metals and metal products: ferrous metals and steel, aluminium alloys, copper and zinc; binding agents such as lime, gypsum and cement; concretes, light-weight concrete and mortars; polymeric materials and products: sheets, plates, foams, tubes, paints, sealants, membranes etc.; and thermal insulation, water proofing and water repellant materials. ATA 201 Ataturk’s Principles and History of Turkish Reforms I (2-0) 2 (ECTS-2) The course will begin with the definition of the concept of political and social reforms; move towards the study of key characteristics of Turkish and other world reforms. The following topics will be studied: a general look at the reasons that lead to the collapse of the Ottoman State and laid the foundation of the Turkish Revolution; the influence of Renaissance and Reform in the 16th century, French Revolution and the results of the Industrial Revolution in Europe; the collapse of the Ottoman State: activities of “İttihat ve Terakki Party; the ideological movements ruling during the late Ottoman era and the disintegration of the state; the reasons of the World War I and the Ottoman State; the fronts the Ottoman army fought; the cease fire of Maunders and the Sevres Treaty; the situation of the country in the face of occupations and Mustafa Kemal Pasha’s reaction; Mustafa Kemal’s going ashore in Samsun and the first step for the Liberation Struggle; organization of the military forces through congresses; National Forces and National Pact and inauguration of the Turkish Grand National Assembly; the National Struggle until the battle of Sakarya; the Grand Assault and the Mudanya Cease Fire; the London Conference and Moscow Agreement. The Lausanne Peace Agreement. UNP 105 Psychology (2-0) 2 (ECTS- 3) ARCH 202 Architectural Design II (2-6) 5 (ECTS- 8) The objective of this course is that students gain the ability to explore, understand and resolve the design problems based on “body-space-environment”. This course introduces students to private-public spaces, interior-exterior spaces, natural-artificial environments, and location. Students are to learn and experiment these architectural concepts, and notice the concrete consequences of them through re-reading of existing models. Design instruments used in studios are model making, sketching and photographs by which students are to express their ideas. The topics of lectures and discussion are; private-public sphere, natural and artificial environment, construction-material, volume and mass, landscape, spatial frameworks, phenomenology. Visits, seminars, workshops and programs aiming at developing students’ skills of representation, drawing, surveying, photography, video and model making support this course. ARCH 204 Urban Planning I (2-4) 4 (ECTS-6) Aim of the Course: To give the basic concepts of urban planning, which allows the application of theoretical knowledge to make a project work, to investigate the effects of urban planning policies on planning process; constitute the aims of the course. What is planning, what are the types of plans, what are the main objectives of the master plan in an urban area, how to create the conditions to settle in a city, what is the concept of density in the city and what are the effects? What are the urban social reinforcement, how are the sizes? Responses to these questions are included in the course objectives. One urban planning project is expected to be realized in which top-scale sub-scale planning decisions, are taking into account in the planning process ARCH 212 Architectural History and Theory III (3-0) 3 (ECTS- 3) After romantic, eclectic historicism and revivalism in architecture that had originated in the 18th century, the technological developments introduced by the industrial revolution have caused important changes in architecture. This course focuses on the modern and post-modern architecture and deconstructivist movements. Furthermore, the works of leading architects of the aforementioned movements are discussed in terms of mass, form, dimension, construction, space organization. ARCH 214 Environmental System II (2-2) 3 (ECTS-4) The main objectives of this course are to develop students’ understanding artificial means of environmental control, utility services: water supply and sanitary system; and fire safety. Heat, heat flow, heating systems with air and hot-water media, central heating, air conditioning and solar-heating systems and their environmental impact. Cold and hot water supply and piping systems; internal drainage as sanitary system and appliances; and rain water disposal. Fire safety: introduction, provisions and means of escape from buildings: design for horizontal and vertical escapes, protection of escape roots; internal fire spread: the requirements for structures, walls, floor and ceiling finishing; performance of materials. ARCH 216 Design Communication Media IV (2-2) 3 (ECTS-4) The objectives of this course are to develop students’ abilities to gain intellectual and manual skills to communicate with the Computer Architectural Aided Design - CAAD by utilizing Three Dimensional-3D, perspective and model rendering. The course will cover concepts of architectural drawing techniques, and will introduce architectural drawing language, drawing of geometric shapes and 3D objects, enhancing 3D cognitive skills, rendering of 3D forms, perspective drawing techniques and animation. ATA 202 Ataturk’s Principles and History of Turkish Reforms II (2-0) 2 (ECTS- 2) The course will cover the following topics: Atatürk’s Life and the Kemalist system of thinking, Atatürk’s Speech, its content and importance; the strategy of the Turkish Revolution and the two major revolutions in the political arena: declaration of the Republic and the foundation of the first government; Progressive Republican Party and the establishment of the public order period; the Turkish Law Revolution and advancement; the National struggle in education and culture; the adaptation of Latin alphabet, scientific studies in history, language and fine arts. National struggle in social and economic areas and improvements; revolutions in the social structure and health; Atatürk’s Principles and internal and external threats against these principles; internal and foreign policies of the Turkish Republic (1938-1950); the membership in United Nations, the Balkan and Sadabat treaties, the Montreux Treaty, Hatay’s integration with the mother land Turkey; the Democratic Party period (1950-1960); Turkey’s foreign policies after 1960; Modern Turkey in the 21th century and the geopolitical situation of Turkey. ARCH 301 Architectural Design III (2-6) 5 (ECTS- 9) The objective of this course is to cultivate students’ ability to explore, understand and resolve the advanced design problems based on “space-city-locality”. In this context, this course introduces students to the relation between building technology, identity, meaning, place locus and architecture. Students are to explore and understand the main architectural concepts of design problems through re-reading of existing models and to express their ideas by means of models or computer based representations. The topics of lectures and discussion are; zoning, urban design theories, city and architecture, structural systems, ground-building, city center and suburbs, utopian and idealist approaches, form and function, urban signs. This course is supported by visits, seminars, workshops and programs aimed at developing students’ skills of computer based representation, drawing, surveying, photography, video and model making. ARCH 305 Urban Planning II (2-4) 4 (ECTS-9) The purpose of study: The purpose of this study is to give to students the basic concepts about the urban design applications and make a project study enabling application of these theoretical information. The subjects of what the urban design is, its principles, different design needs in different urban areas and their application techniques, urban life quality, dynamism and habitability concepts and visual analysis techniques in the city are discussed. By considering the problems of a place in an area selected in the city, realization of a urban design project is expected. In the 21st Century, water, food and energy security will be the most important problems of cities. As the water, food and energy security will affect the place organization both in micro and macro scale, policies and design criteria for purpose of solving the problem will be developed during the project process. ARCH 315 Architectural Building Technology II (3-0) 3 (ECTS- 3) The main objective of this course is to develop students’ understanding the technology of building functional elements, construction technology in the design, production and construction process. Analysis of building system: External envelope; walls: heavy panel walls with windows, light infilling panels, cladding walls and curtain walls; flat and pitched roofs; floor on grade and basement walls and floors. Weather exclusion, condensation and heat loss and gain through building envelope. Internal sub-divisions: floors, walls and vertical circulations: staircase. Component detailing: considering materials, technology and performance requirements. ARCH 317 Structural System II (3-0) 3 (ECTS- 3) The main objective of this course is to develop students’ understanding building structural systems and the system members, and the approaches to design earthquake resisting structures. Review of strength of materials, stress, strain and modulus of elasticity. Performance of simple supported beam and cantilever beam; structural efficiency: shear, bending, bending moment, moment of inertia and deflection; effects of load, structural depth and span on the efficiency of beam and floor slab; bending moment, shear diagrams; efficient truss. Introduction to wood, concrete, steel and masonry structural systems as single and multi-storey framed structures, stressed skin and tension structures. Span and spacing of structural members; design of horizontal and vertical building structural systems. Earthquake and building structural response to earthquake force. Introduction of geometric stability and types of lateral resisting structures. Irregular seismic response of irregular building and failure of structure due to vertical and horizontal irregularity. Approaches to earthquake-resistant structural system design. Earthquake resistant design codes. ARCH 302 Architectural Design IV (2-6) 5 (ECTS- 8) The objective of this course is to cultivate students’ ability to explore, understand and resolve the design problems based on “place-city-time”. This course introduces students to the interconnection of technological progress, history, historical context, culture, tradition, social values, memory and architecture. Students are to the main concepts underlying the design problems as well as explore historical context and its re-reading. The studio-based lectures have three phases; re-reading of historical structure; definition and determination of the problems of construction system and architecture; reestablishment of context. The keywords of the methodology are fiction and context. Students are to express their ideas through sketching, computer based presentations or models made at different scales. The topics of lectures and discussion are; architecture and city, typology, city with monuments, historical and urban context, signs, images, urban and spatial signs, symbols, structuralism, re-structuring, traditional constructing systems, sustainability, locus, anchoring. This course is supported by visits, seminars, workshops and programs aiming at developing students’ skills of computer based representation, drawing, surveying, photography, video and model making. ARCH 304 Design-Technology Integration I (2-6) 5 (ECTS- 8) The main objective of the course is to develop students’ knowledge and skill to transform conceptual design into a buildable scheme design and consequently deliver detailed design specifications of the prospective building. The course includes studio work, studio base lectures and presentation. The basic input of studio work will be the design project developed in Architectural Design III course. In the studio, conceptual design is integrated with building structure and functional elements, and environmental and utility services to succeed technical realisation of the prospective building. Performance analysis of the structural system, the external envelope, internal sub-division and vertical circulation elements of building will be made. The systems are developed, spaced, dimensionally coordinated, integrated with the building, detailed and expressed with drawings and specifications. ARCH 316 Architectural Building Technology III (3-0) 3 (ECTS- 3) The main objectives of this course are to develop students’ understanding about in-situ and prefabricated construction technology. Sub-structure work: setting out, excavation; construction of retaining walls, foundations, damp proofing and thermal insulation of floor on grade; water proofing of basement under water pressure. Construction of timber, reinforced concrete and steel structures, structural members, walls, upper floors, wet and dry steel floor construction and roofs; aluminum light frames and demountable partitions. Prefabrication: factory production, transportation and erection. ARCH 318 Building Surveying and Documentation (2-2) 3 (ECTS- 5) The objectives of the course are to have the students develop knowledge about vernacular and historical environment, to develop skills about architectural surveying, to document existing sites and buildings characterised as vernacular architecture or existing buildings in a historical environment. The course includes lectures about various surveying and measurement techniques and instruments, and methods of descriptive building surveying. Building inspection, recording, use of measuring equipment and instruments, topographic readings, graphical, visual and writing techniques for documentation are introduced. Site visits are made and practical exercises will be carried out. Measuring, sketching, descriptive writing and photographic documentation of building, building groups, sites, or specifically traditional timber houses. ARCH 401 Architectural Design V (2-6) 5 (ECTS- 8) The objectives of this course are to introduce students to the design problems stemming from “metropolis-time-building” and to outline the connection of architecture with the present time, differentiation, ambiguity, meaninglessness, usefulness, “subject and the other”. The key words of the design methodology are; center-surroundings, piece-integrity, fake-genuine, ethics. Students are to express their ideas by means of computer based presentations, sketching and models. As a case study, a region of metropolis is to be analyzed, technical difficulties and the potential of development and the dynamics of concerned region are to be determined through two phases; analysis and synthesis. The phase of analysis includes the determination of the selected region’s demands and problems, along with architectural programming. The second phase, synthesis, includes design process based on principles deriving from function, form (site-environment-quality), time and economy. The topics of lectures and discussion are; flexible planning, high buildings, transport networks, vertical circulation elements, covering systems, the depth of field, in-between and leftover space, intertextuality, immateriality, the post structuralism. This course is supported by visits, seminars, workshops and programs aiming at developing students’ skills of computer based representation, drawing, surveying, photography, video and model making. ARCH 405 Design-Tech. – Integration II (2-6) 5 (ECTS- 8) The main objective of the course is the students develop knowledge and skill to transform conceptual design into a buildable scheme design and consequently deliver detailed design of the prospective building. The course includes studio work, studio base lectures and presentation. The basic input of studio work will be the design project developed in Architectural Design IV course. In the studio, the design will be transformed from conceptual design to detailed design integrated with building sub-systems. They are developed, spaced, dimensionally coordinated and expressed with drawings and specifications. Two or more selected building elements and/or components will be custom designed, detailed and specified for the building. ARCH 411 Building Management (2-2) 3 (ECTS- 6) The main objective of this course is to develop students’ understanding of concepts of building and project management, building economics and economics of building. The course contains concepts of economics, process and the factors of production; income, consumption, savings, investment, and national product; the market and the firm; value, cost, price and profit. Time value of money and life-cycle costing; economics of building, planning and design; cost implications of design variables. Cost planning and cost control. Costing; cost analysis, unit cost, bill of quantities. It also contains management, planning function - forecasting, planning and organising; executive function - motivating, controlling and coordinating; building project management, contracting, tendering and bidding; architectural office and construction management. Project time, cost and resource management: time scheduling of work, labour, equipment and materials. Facility management: energy management and building maintenance management. ARCH 413 Architectural Programming (2-2) 3 (ECTS- 5) The objectives of this course are to develop students’ understanding of the theory and techniques of architectural programming and of the decision making process, and of gaining practical experience sufficient to prepare an Architectural Program for a thesis project. Architectural programming is the research and decision making process that defines the problems to be solved by design; approaches can be made through design-based, knowledge-based, value/issue-based and problem seeking architectural programming and functional programming; value based programming: human, functional, aesthetic, environmental, technological and economic values and issues; preparing to program: discovering critical issues, program planning; information gathering and program preparation. Architectural programming project: researching the project background, identifying goals and objectives, gathering and analysing information, identifying programmatic strategies, establishing quantitative requirements, the synthesis of the design problem, documentation. ARCH 402 Thesis Project (0-12) 6 (ECTS- 22) The objective of the thesis project is to combine students’ architectural knowledge, experience and visions to define social, environmental and technological problems of their society in relation to architecture and to develop individual solutions in the process of design refining the student’s ability to work independently. Students will investigate architectural issues in relation to user requirements, junctions, site, natural and artificial environment, technology and specific topics and find solutions to these complex architectural problems. Students will carry out the project individually which will be evaluated by a review committee and thesis adviser. Students will prepare programmes architectural drawings, details, reports, models, and a documentation of their projects as a final submission. ARCH 412 Professional Practice (2-0) 2 (ECTS- 5) The main objective of this course is to develop students’ knowledge and understanding of architectural professional practice concerning two interrelated activities, such as architectural design and building construction. The course is organised to give lectures about the professional fields of architecture as designing and construction in general; office management, architectural project management and construction management in practice; the organisations, rules, regulations, standards to prepare and control design and construction processes and products in practice, rules and regulations and means for the preparation of design documents, working drawings, contract documents and bill of quantities, contracting and bidding in practice. [-]

Bachelor in Architectural Engineering

Alfaisal University
Campus Full time September 2017 Saudi Arabia Riyadh

The Architectural Engineering program at Alfaisal University prepares its graduates for a wide range of career paths in the construction industry, including design co-ordination and management, and project management. [+]

Bachelors in Arts in Middle East 2017. Bachelor in Architectural Engineering Architectural Engineering combines architecture and engineering to focus on the links between design and construction. Professionals in this discipline work with both architects and other engineers to ensure the timely, effective design and construction of buildings and other structures and systems. With the enormous amount of construction taking place in Riyadh, it is obvious that Architectural Engineering is potentially a rich field here in the Kingdom. If you are interested in building things, thinking about how things work, drawing, model making, working with your hands, working with others, art and history, Architectural Engineering may be the job for you. The Architectural Engineering program at Alfaisal University prepares its graduates for a wide range of career paths in the construction industry, including design co-ordination and management, and project management. Architectural Engineering often encompasses elements of other engineering disciplines as architectural engineers actively work in the design and construction of buildings while managing and constructing mechanical, electrical, fire protection and structural systems for buildings. There is much more engineering in modern buildings than architecture purists might care to admit! Architectural Engineering can be seen as a way to try to upgrade the traditional and historic role of architects in building design and construction. Prepared to apply the increasingly new and challenging technology of building construction, the new Architectural Engineer fulfills an important role in the field of architectural production and construction. Study of Architectural Engineering at Alfaisal University will prepare you for employment in a number of different engineering and architectural fields. Not only will you learn draftsmanship and the use of Computer Aided Drafting and Design (CADD), but you will also study structural, mechanical and electrical design to gain knowledge of cooling/heating ventilation, air conditioning, plumbing, fire safety systems, elevators and power supply systems. To fulfill the engineering aspects of the course, you should prepare for an intensive study of mathematics, physics and other sciences as well as the standard engineering and architecture courses. Once you have completed your degree studies, many career opportunities will be open to you in the construction industry, in architectural design firms, in manufacturing and in project management. Many architectural engineers move rapidly from design positions to administration and management. Who knows, you may find that you are soon starting your own firm with a long list of prestigious clients here in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. [-]