Bachelor and Integrated Master - Architecture

General

Program Description

Curriculum

1st year

A. Compulsory Subjects

  • Architectural design I
  • Architectural design II
  • Study of form and composition I
  • Study of form and composition II
  • Mathematics I
  • Mechanics and Materials Strength Engineering I
  • Construction and finishings I
  • Construction and finishings II
  • Architecture Theory and Building Programmes I
  • Architecture Theory and Building Programmes II
  • Universal History of Arts and Architecture I
  • Descriptive Geometry I
  • Perspective I
  • Computer-aided architectural design I
  • Computer-aided architectural design II
  • Modern languages (practical course)
  • Modern languages (practical course)
  • Physical Education and Sports
  • Practical Training

B. Optional Subjects

  • Architectural drawing (practical course) I
  • Educational psychology

2nd year

A. Compulsory Subjects

  • Architectural design III
  • Architectural design IV
  • Study of form and composition III
  • Study of form and composition IV
  • Architecture Theory and Building Programmes III
  • Universal History of Architecture and Arts I
  • Universal History of Architecture and Arts II
  • Descriptive Geometry II
  • Perspectives II
  • Computer-aided architectural design III
  • Computer-aided architectural design IV
  • Architectural Structures Theory
  • Mechanics and Materials Strength Engineering II
  • Constructions and Building Technologies I
  • Finishings and Finishings Technology (Interior Finishings)
  • Urban Planning and Infrastructures
  • Modern languages (practical course) III
  • Modern languages (practical course) IV
  • Physical Education and Sports
  • Practical Training

B.Optional Subjects

  • Architectural drawing (practical course) II

3rd year

A. Compulsory Subjects

  • Architectural design V
  • Architectural design VI
  • Study of form and composition V
  • Study of form and composition VI
  • Architecture Theory and Building Programmes V
  • Universal History of Architecture and Arts IV
  • Universal History of Architecture and Arts V
  • Computer-aided architectural design V
  • Urban planning and territorial development II
  • Finishings and Finishings Technology (Exterior Finishes)
  • Wood and Metal Structures I
  • Wood and Metal Structures II
  • Reinforced Concrete Structures I
  • Built patrimony
  • Constructions and Building Technologies II (Notions of Hygrothermics)
  • Building equipment and Public Utilities I
  • Architecture and sustainable development - Principles and technologies

Specialty projects

  • Urban planning
  • Practical Training

4th year

A. Compulsory Subjects

  • Architectural Synthese I
  • Architectural Synthese II
  • Computer-aided architectural design VII
  • Reinforced Concrete Structures II
  • Design I
  • Interior design
  • Contemporary technologies in architecture I
  • Urban structure and Composition
  • Universal History of Arts and Architecture VI
  • Universal History of Arts and Architecture VII
  • Aesthetics and architecture in the European cultural space
  • Building Restoration I
  • Specialty projects
  • Urban planning
  • Technical details
  • Practical Training

B. Elective subjects

B1.

  • Interior design
  • Environmental design

B2.

  • Anthropology of the architectural space
  • Urban Sociology I
  • Art and architecture
  • Representations of architecture in arts
  • Modern architecture in historical spaces
  • Contemporary technologies in architecture II
  • Vernacular architecture and sustainable tourism
  • Design II
  • Urban furniture
  • Computer-aided architectural Design VII
  • Building equipment and edilitary works II
  • Territorial planning and regional development

C. Optional Subjects

5th year

A. Compulsory Subjects

  • Architectural synthesis III
  • Architectural synthesis IV
  • Building Restoration II
  • Building Restoration III
  • Urban form and urban phenomenon
  • Management in architecture
  • Special Structures Design
  • Theories and schools in architecture and urban planning (20th century)
  • Stage architecture and design
  • Building Physics I
  • Strategies of patrimony rehabilitation
  • Specialty projects
  • Urban planning
  • Restoration
  • Practical Training

B. Elective Subjects

B1. Elective projects (1)

  • Scenography
  • Urban landscaping

B2. Elective Courses (3)

  • Ecology and landscape planning
  • Urban sociology II
  • Building Physics II
  • Styles in art and architecture
  • Visual communication
  • Architectural space semiotics
  • Aesthetics
  • Lighting and urban physics
  • Computer-aided architectural design VIII
  • Graphics an architectural photography
  • Centre and periphery in urban structures
  • Architecture of vaulted spaces in byzantine-Balkan environment

C. Optional Subjects

6th year

A. Design Practicum

  • Architectural professional practice (6 hours per day x 5 days) 10 weeks

B. Compulsory Subjects

  • Architectural synthesis
  • Special structures design II
  • Seismic risk and protection of the built patrimony
  • The architectural design heuristics
  • Legislation in architecture and constructions
  • Dissertation
  • Pre-diploma
  • Dissertation project
  • Consultancy urbanism-structures-installations

C. Elective courses sem. 1 (2 out of 4)

  • Marketing in architecture
  • Building in difficult locations
  • Architecture poetics
  • Philosophy of culture, art and architecture
Last updated January 2018

About the School

Spiru Haret University (USH) is the biggest private university in Romania. It was set up and accredited as a higher education institution by the National Education Act 443/2002. USH Bucharest is part ... Read More

Spiru Haret University (USH) is the biggest private university in Romania. It was set up and accredited as a higher education institution by the National Education Act 443/2002. USH Bucharest is part of Romania de Maine Foundation - founded on the 19th of January 1991 by Professor Aurelian Gh. Bondrea within a social and political context open to the democratic changes in Romania. The name assigned to the university is intrinsically linked to Spiru Haret personality. Founder of the national modern education, Spiru Haret is the promoter of a large social and cultural movement with national echoes. Read less