BArch Program in Architecture

OBJECTIVES

The Bachelor of Architecture Program in Architecture offers a fundamental architectural education for future practitioners and leaders who will contribute their skill, intelligence and vision towards the advancement of the architectural discipline at both the local and global levels. The undergraduate curriculum positions architectural design in the context of socioeconomic and sociocultural awareness and stresses the significance of environmental impacts, materials science, engineering, and construction techniques in research and practice. Similarly, design aesthetics is balanced by a consideration of scale, from the human upwards to the urban and regional. The BArch Program in Architecture is structured as a five-year professional program. Approximately 70 students are accepted into the program per year.

CURRICULUM

In order to fulfill all program requirements, students must complete 170 credits throughout their tenure in the program and satisfy the following course of study:

A. General Studies

Foreign Languages
12 credits

Mathematics and Sciences
3 credits

Sociological sciences
3 credits

Humanities
3 credits

Interdisciplinary studies
3 credits

B. Requisite Courses

Architectural Designs and Theories
59 credits

Design Fundamentals
19 credits

Technologies and Constructions
29 credits

Other supporting courses
24 credits