Bachelor of Architecture
This is a five year program divided into three stages, foundation, intermediate and final, spread over ten semesters
The foundation level imparts intensive training in verbal and graphic communication, logical thinking and the ability to theorize art.
The intermediate level ensures the ability to conceive a project as a whole, its forms, always invariably place in a context of the street, city and culture; and as a functional entity to fulfill the need for which it is to be built.
The final stage enables the students to think independently, to experiment with form and structure, to better understand contextual issue of society, to determine for themselves the future directions of their development as architects.
The curriculum of the degree is broadly based upon three subjects from third semester to the ninth semester, i.e.
- Architectural design;
- Architectural technologies;
- History of philosophy of art and architecture.
Topics such as landscape, interior design, housing and urban design are integral parts of the architectural design course instead of being taught separately. Detailed study of environmental factors, CAD, presentations and model building are also a part of the same.
Program at a glance:-
- Five-years program (Ten Semesters)
- 180 credit hours
- Offered in Fall semester only
- Eligibility Criteria: Intermediate or equivalent with minimum 60% marks, from an