To demonstrate the ability to make two-dimensional and three-dimensional visual perception and understand regulation-making process in terms of architecture and urban design.
To understand effect and significance of historical environment for both national and regional architecture and urban design.
To understand required basic technics in order to prepare building survey and restoration projects, and extended recognition skills and awareness in historical environment and conservation to record architectural heritage.
To develop extended skills in problem solving in order to understand the interaction between environment, human-being, and culture, diversified behaviour patterns, socio-spatial reiterations, and user requirements.
To understand significance of green/ecological building construction and conservation of natural and non-natural resources in terms of sustainable architecture and urban design.
To develop basic technical skills in environmental design including lightning, acoustics, air conditioning and energy consumption.
To develop basic technical skills in building engineering including plumbing, electrical installation, vertical circulation, communication, fire alarm systems and security.
To display knowledge suitable for production, usage, and application within building construction materials and components.
To demonstrate visual drawing skills by hand, and in computer aided programmes and sketches in order to develop suitable presentations.
To develop extended basic architectural design skills in residential, building, and interior design.
To appraise the building engineering, carrier structure, building envelope systems, and security to be able to develop integrated design skills.
To evaluate residential and building design considering the natural and artificial characters of site.
To develop effective personal, verbal and written communication skills to be able to submit suitable presentations.
To display architectural skills in order to plan project management, finance, construction production and economy, cost control, organisation, planning, marketing, risk management, and leadership.
To demonstrate professional, transferable and critical skills to be able to analyse most contemporary case studies, applications and knowledge about architecture and urban design.
To use suitable visual and written knowledge for architecture and urban design in order to develop skills in classification, assessment, and practice.
To display appropriately communication technics, skills, and expertise to be able to identify diversified client, owner, and user requirements.
To use a range of suitable computer aided software/programmes in order to visualise architectural concepts.
To have knowledge of foreign language to be able to investigate and analyse international architectural case studies.
To develop communication skills in interacting with individuals from different cultures within diversified work environments.
To understand professional and ethical responsibility about issues including public health, property rights for security and prosperity, development and settlement regulations, and tenancy engaging with building, construction and works of architects.
To learn how the logic and philosophy of historic buildings/complexes can be read.
To be able to create links between the historic/old and new patterns when designing complexes/buildings.
To acquire the ability to evaluate, select and integrate supporting structure, building envelope systems, security, building services systems in building design.
To learn how to work together in different environments as a member of the design team.
To learn how to interact with different parties (professionals from other disciplines, potential residents, users of the city, etc.)
To have a general culture of architecture by the prominent architects.