The comparison between theory and practice, knowledge and know-how is what allows students a constant verification of learning all over the degree program in Architecture.
The first year of the degree programme in Architecture identifies and provides the basic architectural design knowledge, the second year is focused on the social aspects of the architectural project, the third year on the architectural design of public buildings, the fourth year on the complexity of architectural and urban design, the fifth year on the development of the thesis final project.
The degree programme in Architecture transmits to students the cultural, methodological and technical knowledge that allows them as graduated to work professionally with competence and autonomy, and offers at the same time the educational bases to continue studies in master’s degree programmes.
Basic Design I, History of Architecture I, Visual Studies I, Basic Design II, History of Architecture I, Architectural Mathematics, Visual Studies II, Physical Environment
Architectural Design I, History of Architecture III, Building Environmental Science I, Introduction to Digital Representation, Sustainable Design Methodologies, Architectural Design I, Architectural Theory I, Building Environmental Science II, Intermediate Digital Representation, Building Technology I
Architectural Design III, Architectural Theory II, Structures I, Advanced Digital Representation, Building Technology II, Architectural Design IV, Architectural Theory II, Structures II, Human Settlements, Building Technology III
Architectural Design V, Architectural Practice & Entrepreneurship I, Structures III, Urban & Regional Planning, Landscape Design and Urbanism, Industrial Attachment I, Architectural Design VI, Architectural Practice & Entrepreneurship I, Architectural Research Methodologies, Urban Design
Thesis 1, Advanced Sustainable Design, Industrial Attachment I, Thesis 2