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The Building Architecture Degree programme aims to produce graduates that are capable of facing the complexity of issues connected to Architectural Building and Design and to the tasks and professional responsibilities in the field required today by the working world; its objective is a professional figure grounded on a theoretical and practical knowledge of architecture who is able to participate in design activities starting with a foundation cultural education and with specific technical skills.
The academic route consists in Architectural Design Studios, Internship and Final Examination, providing practical skills applicable on a professional level in the architectural design sector. In particular, the layout of the architectural design studios, in the composition, structural, building and technological disciplines, defines the academic procedure in its main logical, scientific and technical-building aspects, in its focusing around the problem of the relationship between shape and structure, and between architectural design, structural design and plant design.
The aim of integrating the various design disciplines is to approach the construction of an architectural designt in its entirety from different angles depending on the various disciplines. The concomitance of the various skills is not intended as a balanced juxtaposition of disciplinary contributions, neither as a succession of approaches and partial solutions, but in the wider sense of participating in defining the general objectives of the project and its foundation aspects.
The programme aims for knowledge and understanding of architectural works in their various aspects logic, form, composition, typology, distribution, structure, building and technology and in their relation with the historical, physical and environmental contexts. Following these objectives, the programme more specifically aims to train an architect capable of combining architectural design and building and master the individual techniques; it therefore proposes to provide identified technical skills alongside a critical and intellectual comprehensive training.
Training is therefore found in the ability to control all phases of the design process, from the concept through to the building. The Bachelor of Science in Building Architecture 3 years requires full time involvement and includes: Courses, comprising lectures and exercises; design laboratories with compulsory attendance; seminars.
The programme has, as its specific objective, the preparation of an architect able to actively participate in design activities, mastering defined technical aspects, and to adequately face the jobs and responsibilities required today in the professional field. The training process proposed by the programme is focused on the architectural design experience; therefore, its main reference is the integrated design studios: of architecture, interiors, restoration and town planning.
In particular, the architecture design studios, integrated in the context of architectural composition, structural analysis, technology and graphics, define the formation path in its main logical and scientific and technological and structural aspects; the formation path targets the problem of the relationship between architectural design and structural design. A building architecture graduate must be able to use the ground and subject-relevant disciplines together with the design methodologies and tools in order to solve architectural problems.
Knowledge of English is a prerequisite for the enrolment. The suitability of the training process to the relevance of the objectives being pursued is found in an academic route that concentrates around the central experience of the architecture project. The study process therefore foresees:. The integrated studios aim to promote participation in the various areas of creating a project, each with its own discipline and independent cognitive style; the presence of numerous disciplinary sectors that are directly involved in the project operation is intended in the widest sense of an help to the project, starting from identifying the general aims and base.
In particular, the architecture design studios, in the context of the composition, structural, technological, plants and representative disciplines, define the formation path in its main logical and scientific and technological and structural aspects; the formation path targets the problem of the relationship between architectural design and structural design. The main aims of the courses, either single subject or integrated, are to guide students towards understanding the methodologies and instruments of the disciplines that combine together in the creating of a project.
On the whole, a track that already in the 1st year studis addresses the issues surrounding the entire design and develops over the following years and whose defining aspect can be found in the multi-disciplinary nature and the integration of these disciplines. Evaluation of student understanding is therefore necessarily carried out not towards self-reference of the disciplines, but rather a perspective of knowledge integration.
Expected results of understanding expressed in European qualification descriptors :. In the design studios, starting from the first year, the programme focuses on the central experience of the architecture dsign that is addressed in its multi-disciplinary entirety and in relation to real design issues and that is significant today.
Student learning in the studios is split into three phases, not necessarily chronological approaches to the design, but rather they consist in parallel learning paths that at times cross:. In this learning process typical of the laboratories, foundation educational activities are directly involved in the representation along with typical educational activities.
The latter, in the architecture design studios, concern Architectural Design, Architectural Technology, Structural Analyses and Plants, whilst in the Restoration and Town Planning Studiosobviously the restoration and town planning disciplines are involved. The theoretical principles of the disciplines based on history, mathematics, physics and estimating are proposed in the programmes, directly aimed at understanding of the disciplines that are typical and of their application to their project.
To conclude, the learning process takes on the form of collecting, within the process of defining the project, all the cultures and disciplinary instruments that are involved in its definition. The most important learning results expected from students are: knowing the reasons and objectives of the project, suitability of cognitive analyses in terms of complexity of the subject and finally coherence between design choices and objectives pursued.
Essentially, the main response required from students is the ability to follow a conscious project path, on the basis of knowledge that students must acquire over the years and know how to apply. The ways in which these educational objectives are pursued are strictly linked to the centrality of the architecture design, characteristic of the academic route, around which the entire learning process is focused.
The main learning instruments used in this sense are, besides lessons — exercises, in the programmes and lessons — project reviews in the labs , other learning elements that essentially integrate know-how such as teaching seminars to link and compare programmes and programmes and labs and to exhibit projects prepared by students in the labs each year.
In the design studios, where project building is intended as a process of research and acquisition of know-how, knowledge and application go hand-in-hand. The learning curve continually returns to the origins, that is to say, to the principle reasons of the project, and continually checks the suitability of every choice with these reasons.
In this way, graduates not only learn to apply their new-found knowledge but also and above-all, they learn to build up the competencies needed to approach the design in both the conceptual phase and that of checking that the design choices made correspond to the original objectives, thus being able to resolve design problems with professionalism, i.
They are also able to assess critical aspects and irregularities and therefore the need for further exploration and learning. Exercises during the courses, project reviews in the studios, and the seminars and exhibitions already mentioned are organised to ensure graduates have these capabilities.
Importantly, there are experimental labs alongside these information technology, modelling, building diagnostics, material testing, analyses and morphological architecture models along with subject and historical archives. These elements, which have been in place for a while in the programme, are set as both support to the programme and lab teaching and explorations of specifically interesting issues for students. Students play an active role in the decision-making part of projects in the studios.
Graduates learn how to make choices and independent judgements by continually checking the progress of a design with the work group in the studios, amongst the various groups addressing the same subject and with professors. These teaching methods are verified by an evaluation system of student understanding. Essentially, it is expected that students learn the methodological principles and instruments used in experiments and application for the project of the subject.
Continuous deliberation in the studios regarding the project choices provides graduates with communication and representation skills, not only of final project solutions, but also concerning the decision-making process that lead to them.
This skill is developed over the years via exhibitions and debate seminars that students are called upon to take part in annually, exhibiting the work produced in the Studios. The learning skills in the designstudios are predominantly aimed at providing students with the approach methodologies for defining a project and comparing them.
In this way, graduates are capable of further learning, that is to say, they are aware of the need to broaden subject knowledge and how it is integrated into the definition of the project. The qualification grants access to "Laurea Magistrale" 2nd degree , "Corso di Specializzazione di primo livello" 1st level Specialization Course and "Master Universitario di primo livello" 1st level University Master.
The Bachelor Degree in Building Architecture gives access to the Master of Science programmes, admission onto these programmes could mean cancellation of academic deficits just as acknowledgement of already earned credits varies depending on the Masters chosen. It also gives access, according to the DM provisions, without academic deficits to all Master of Science 4 programmes classes of the Masters degree in Architecture. Students of the School of Civil Architecture that on 30th September of their second year of enrolment fulfil the parameters N and V average of 27 and CFU credits for students enrolled since the academic year, average of 25 and CFU credits for students enrolled since the to the academic years are admitted without taking a selection test as long as they graduated in four years and know a foreign language to the levels established by the University.
To be admitted to the selection test it is imperative that the student delivers to the departmental secretary of the School of Civil Architecture, within the notified deadline, a portfolio. Based on the selection test a ranking of candidates will be prepared up to the number of places available.
Admission test results will be made available on the candidate's personal page. In the March admission window, a number of candidates equal to those places not occupied in September may enrol, based on the ranking. For more information see: Allegato tecnico al Regolamento didattico www. The Bachelor of Science in Building Architecture allows the application to the entry evaluation: - of Masters of Science 2 years ; the enrolment to Masters of Science might require the cancellation of debts of lacking CFU credits and the acknowledgement of acquired CFU credits, depending on the chosen Master Science; - of the EU Masters of Science of the School of Civil Architecture, without debts; - of 1 st level specializing Masters.
The first level degree in Building Architecture enables the graduate to contribute and cooperate to architectural design within the terms of the D. The Junior Architect will be employed by public or private institutions and bodies working on urban construction and transformation institutions, public or private bodies and firms.
Those enrolled in section B have the qualification of junior architect. To enrol in the professional registers as a junior architect the order has foreseen that a professional examination must be passed, to be taken at the end of the study programme after graduation.
The professional examination foresees a practical test consisting of a project, two written tests and an oral test. The commission is chaired by a university professor appointed by the ministry and comprises professionals, public servants and university professors indicated by the professional orders and chosen by the Ministry. For both sections A and B of the Order of Architects, the possibility of replacing the practical test with certified internship periods is being studied, to be carried out during the programme of studies subject to students having passed all of their exams.
The Bachelor of Science in Building Architecture 3 years enables the graduate to contribute and cooperate to architectural design within the terms of the D. The junior architect will be employed by public or private institutions and bodies working on urban construction and transformation institutions, public or private bodies and firms.
Given the direction of the programme, graduates are prepared in such a way as to be capable of combining preliminary, final and working drawings of civil components. Professional opportunities for graduates are provided by institutions and public and private bodies operating in the fields of construction and city and territory transformation, institutions, public and private companies, professional studios, construction design companies. Italian secondary school leaving qualification or other comparable foreign qualification level 4 EQF.
A compulsory test, including the knowledge of English, is required for matriculation. As specified in the didactic regulations, credits are required to obtain the first level degree.
More specifically: 50 credits are devoted to the basic activities Drawing, History of architecture, Mathematics, Building Physics ; 90 credits are devoted to characteristic and distinguishing activities Architectural composition, Technological culture of architecture, Restoration , Urban design, Structural Design and Mechanics, Economical Evaluation of the Project ; 30 credits are devoted to integrative and elective activities; 10 credits are reserved to professional practice and final work.
The Course requires a full time involvement and includes: - Courses, including lectures and practicing; - Multi-disciplinary Design Laboratories, with compulsory attendance; Seminars. The University has established that one CFU credit corresponds to 25 hours of student work, including the teaching activities and individual study.
Verification of understanding, tutoring and guidance are an integral part of teaching activities. For each teaching category a defined ratio is associated between CFU credits and hours of face-to-face teaching activity with professors, according to the indications of the Academic Senate.
Study track priorities, limitations In addition to Programme progress foreseen by the track, the student must respect the following priorities: - it is advisable to earn the 1st year CFU credits before the 2nd year and to always earn the lab credits earlier than the Programme credits. This is to adhere more easily to regulations that foresee the possibility of enrolling on not more than two labs per year and the possibility to enrol on 3rd year modules for students who have earned 40 CFU credits in the 1st year, amongst which those relating to passing Design Studio 1.
These automatic procedures are made possible by the fact that the Building Architecture programme is a transformation from the current educational system to the system new and the transformation criteria is a formality consisting in re-reading, concerning the L classification, the course with the same name in the system, in classification 4. The current educational system already foresees: -the qualifying academic objectives of the classification L be reached; -a number of credits allocated to indispensable academic activities, to subject areas and to scientific subject areas, clearly higher than the minimum required by the classification L; -a final examination quantity in line with what the system requires, this is due in particular to the fact that the current academic route predominantly consists of labs and integrated courses, thus foreseeing a number of examinations that is limited to the number foreseen by the system.
Amongst admission requirements is the knowledge of English level B1 , as previously foreseen by the University for DM programmes. Possession of this requisite will be evaluated and may give rise to OFA academic deficits. The University will therefore offer students English language courses to fill any deficits. In order to obtain the CFU Credits for the Final Test and be admitted to the Graduation Exam, the student must produce a folder thesis document illustrating a critical assessment of his education.
The Graduation Exam has a score of 0 to 8 points, to be added to the average obtained during the three years. For the methods, content and minimum standards for the preparation of a dissertation, students should refer to relevant paragraphs of the provisions specific to the tecnical note of Academic Regulations www.
It aimed to create an extensive collection to cover student, professor and researcher areas of interest. It houses the texts shown in the official teaching programme bibliographies and texts that allow further exploration of the subject contents linked to the problems of the architectural project and that document the progress made in design in Italy and abroad.
In the reference sector, encylopaedias, dictionaries, codes and annals, historic treatises and regulatory texts may be freely consulted. An open bookcase of over magazines which the library subscribes to since is available. In addition, tackles complex project issues with quantification of project activities and urban re-design;.
In Bovisa Campus are also active the Laboratories of photography and light. Diagnostic laboratory for building conservation and re-use: surveys level of decay and carries out diagnostics for projects concerning building conservation, management and re-use.
In particular, studies the metric, static and materials consistency of buildings, identifies decay pathologies and corresponding causes and the most adequate graphic rendering to proceed with the subsequent conservation project. Professors' lectures and publications may be consulted on the university web site at: www. Evaluation of student understanding is necessarily orientated not towards self-reference of the subject but rather a perspective of knowledge integration. Evaluation of efficacy of this type of teaching is left to cooperation and comparison with other architecture schools, especially at international level.
Important operative instruments in this sense are the various integrated design lab experiences organised together with foreign schools. Within the scope of international exchange EU and extra EU , students may spend a period of study abroad which normally has a duration of one semester, according to the following procedure:.
The verification of eligibility will be done by the Commission of selection before the beginning of the exam and, in the case of a positive outcome, it will be communicated promptly to the candidate. Those qualified in Section B iunior actuary admitted to the State exam for registration in Section A are exempted from the first written test art. Those qualified in section B who intend to take the State exam in section A are not entitled to any exemption from the tests. Those who have already obtained the qualification for the profession of Tax Advisor Section B of the Register - art.
The Programme in Architectural Design has the objective of preparation based on knowledge of architecture in its historical, logical-formal, aesthetic, constructive, technological and representational aspects. The architectural project in its theoretical and operational aspects refers to various areas and scales of application: city, landscape, construction environment, interiors. The Bachelor of Science in Architectural Design proposes a graduate able to adequately respond to the growing complexity of problems related to architectural design and to new tasks and responsibilities required by the professional world. It has the objective of a professional figure able to cooperate in design activities by mastering individual techniques; the objective is, therefore, to provide an overall critical and intellectual preparation together with defined technical skills. As specified in the teaching regulations, credits are required to obtain the Bachelor of Science. More specifically, for the basic courses Mathematics, History of architecture, Basic drawing, Basic drawing with applied computer science and Energy systems for indoor comfort 52 credits; about 90 credits are required for Architectural design, Restoration, Urbanism, Technological culture of Architecture, Structural mechanics, Constructive systems, Valuation; for other electives activities 20 credits; 22 credits are required for professional practice, final work and optional courses. The Programme, respecting the qualifying educational objectives of the class, a graduate able to adequately respond to the growing complexity of problems related to architectural design and to new tasks and responsibilities required by the professional world.
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The Building Architecture Degree programme aims to produce graduates that are capable of facing the complexity of issues connected to Architectural Building and Design and to the tasks and professional responsibilities in the field required today by the working world; its objective is a professional figure grounded on a theoretical and practical knowledge of architecture who is able to participate in design activities starting with a foundation cultural education and with specific technical skills. The academic route consists in Architectural Design Studios, Internship and Final Examination, providing practical skills applicable on a professional level in the architectural design sector. In particular, the layout of the architectural design studios, in the composition, structural, building and technological disciplines, defines the academic procedure in its main logical, scientific and technical-building aspects, in its focusing around the problem of the relationship between shape and structure, and between architectural design, structural design and plant design. The aim of integrating the various design disciplines is to approach the construction of an architectural designt in its entirety from different angles depending on the various disciplines. The concomitance of the various skills is not intended as a balanced juxtaposition of disciplinary contributions, neither as a succession of approaches and partial solutions, but in the wider sense of participating in defining the general objectives of the project and its foundation aspects. The programme aims for knowledge and understanding of architectural works in their various aspects logic, form, composition, typology, distribution, structure, building and technology and in their relation with the historical, physical and environmental contexts.