The Bachelor degree course in Architectural Sciences, with a national admission exam, is focused on the practice of architectural design in its various aspects and on different scales, incorporating both humanistic and technical disciplinary contributions. The limited number of students , allows a very close relationship between the teacher and the learner with the guarantee of a high quality and professional training for each student. The Course will provide you with the technical competences needed in all the many complex practices of architecture, with a critical spirit, freedom, independence and imagination. You are guided to understand the complexity of contemporary architectural culture and to knowingly accept responsibility for the design choices, developing the potential connected to the interdependence of form, function, structure and constructive system. The course is characterized by the central experience of Architectural design referring to different fields of application: the city and the building, the built-up environment, interiors and the products of industrial design. It consists of theoretical lessons, practicals, laboratories and the final exam.
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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. It has the specific objective of preparing a professional figure based on knowledge of architecture in its historical, logical-formal, aesthetic, constructive, technological and representational aspects, able to cooperate with design activities by mastering individual techniques;.
The educational programme, characterised by its focus on project experience, aims at detailed analysis of the common denominator of the disciplines which contribute to project construction, with particular reference to the combination of the various scales of application.
The study programme foresees maximum student commitment in project experience, with 90 CFU credits out of a total of dedicated to the Architectural Design Studio which foresees integration of the following subjects: Architectural Composition, Structures, Drawing, Technology and to Laboratories focussed on Interior Architecture, Restoration and Urbanistics. The latter are organised and carried out with the intention of introducing the student to the study of particular project areas which constitute the focussed programmes of the Master of Science in Architecture-Architectural Design at the School of Civil Architecture.
The choice is therefore to organise educational activities in two main, well-correlated moments: at the core are the design Laboratory activities as well as operations research in addition to the study of architectural disciplines in their humanistic, artistic and technical-scientific aspects, as well as those which can positively supplement and enrich the scope of knowledge.
In Studios, all subjects present bring their point of view to the project, questioning their teaching and cultural content. In summary, all disciplines are required to cover all project tools and cultures within the educational process.
The educational process is centred on the Design Studios which, starting from the first year, deal with the Architectural project issue in all its complexity and multi-disciplinarity. In the Laboratories, the student acquires knowledge and ability of understanding which make him aware of experimental work via those practices which teach observation and connection in order to develop comparisons - interpretation and diagnosis, therefore - outside pre-constructed models.
To reach this objective both basic as well as characterising educational activities are involved, organised within multidisciplinary Studios Architectural composition, Architectural technology, Structures, Plant, Restoration, Urbanistics, Surveying and Representation or in Courses historic, mathematical, physical and estimation disciplines which, by establishing theoretical foundations, contribute to the formation of the architectural Project as a whole.
The teaching methods with which these objectives are followed are strictly related to the aspect characterising the educational programme, which is the centrality of the architectural Project around which the entire knowledge process rotates; fundamental teaching tools in this sense are along with lectures - exercises during lectures - project review in Studios supplementary knowledge teaching activities such as related teaching seminars and comparison amongst courses and between courses and laboratories and exhibition of projects elaborated by students in Studios year by year.
The above comparison, which organises what has been learnt year by year, facilitates development of student knowledge and understanding. The structure of Design Studios, in which all contributing disciplines bring their point of view, questioning their teaching and cultural content, permits coverage of all Architectural project tools and cultures in the education process.
Students therefore acquire the ability to apply know-how and learning methods learnt knowledge of architecture in its historical, logical-formal, aesthetic, constructive, technological and representational aspects , in order to cooperate in design activities by mastering theoretical tools and individual techniques.
Teaching methods and tools organised in order to guarantee the graduate these abilities are exercises during courses, project reviews during laboratories, methods of integrating knowledge such as seminars and exhibitions organised annually. These structures represent both places of teaching support for Courses and Studioss as well as places of analysis of issues of specific interest to students. The teaching structure of the Studios, based on project work and on continual criticism of the same, sees the student active in defining the project as an autonomous decision process.
Students are therefore led to develop autonomy of judgement via continuous discussion of the proposed project choices within their workgroup, amongst workgroups dealing with the same project issue and with professors. The graduate will have therefore developed, by continuously carrying out the above exercise, autonomy of judgement in his field of study. These educational methods are verified by a system of evaluation of student understanding, paying attention to self-evaluation and autonomy of judgement abilities:.
Discussion of project choices, implemented via continuous confrontation in Studios with other students and with professors, as well as via exhibitions and related seminars which students are called upon annually to prepare and attend, permit development of further communication and graphical representation skills, not only of final solutions but also of the decision process producing them.
This exercise, carried out each year in the three-year programme, puts the graduate in a position to be able to communicate architectural project issues, both to specialised and non-specialised persons. 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 of Science in Architectural Design gives access to Master of Science Programmes; admission to such Programmes may require educational debits to be extinguished as well as credits acquired to be recognised which vary according to the Master of Science chosen.
It also gives access, pursuant to the provisions of Ministerial Decree , to all Master of Science 4 Programmes Master of Science in Architecture-Architectural Design without educational debits. Students at the School of Civil Architecture which on 30 September of their second year respect the N and V parameters average of 27 and CFU credits for students enrolled as from academic year , average of 25 and CFU credits for enrolled as from academic year are admitted without a selection test, as long as they graduate within four years of enrolment and have a level of knowledge of the foreign language 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.
After graduating in the Bachelor of Science in Architectural Design it is also possible to access 1st level university Master of Science Programmes activated at the School of Civil Architecture or at other Universities.
For more information see: Allegato tecnico al Regolamento didattico www. A degree in Architecture Sciences enable the graduate to contribute and cooperate to architectural projects within the terms defined by the D. The graduate will be employed by public or private institutions and bodies working on city and territory construction and transformation institutions, public or private bodies and firms.
In addition, the law has divided the Register into two sections, denominated A and B, section A is reserved for Masters and section B for Bachelors only in architecture and planning. 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 Exam must be passed, to be taken at the end of the study Programme after Graduation. The Professional Exam 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 to substitute the practical test with certified internship periods is being studied, to be carried out during the Programme of studies subject to the student having passed all his exams.
Specific tasks concern activity related to architectural design and Urbanistics in the various areas and scales of application. 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.
The graduate will be employed by public or private institutions and bodies working on urban construction and transformation institutions, public or private bodies and firms.
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 ; 88 credits are devoted to characteristic and distinguishing activities Architectural composition, Technological culture of architecture, Restoration , Urban design, Structural Design and Mechanics, Economical Evaluation of Projects ; 32 credits are devoted to integrative and elective activities; 10 credits are reserved to professional practice and final work.
Study Track Priorities, Constraints In addition to course progress foreseen by the Study Manifesto, the student must respect the following priorities: - students are advised to acquire CFU credits contained in the 1st course year before those of the 2nd and to always anticipate acquisition of laboratory credits with respect to course credits in order to more easily comply with the regulation which foresees the possibility of enrolment in 3rd year courses only for those students which have at least 40 CFU credits corresponding to the 1st course year, amongst which those acquired by passing the Design Studio 1 exam.
The Course requires a full time involvement and includes: - Courses, including lectures and practicing; - Multi-disciplinary Design Laboratories, with compulsory attendance; Seminars. Amongst admission requirements is the knowledge of English, as previously foreseen by the University for DM courses. 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 Academic Regulations www. With the objective of providing a sufficiently broad base to cover the interests of students, professors and researchers, it has texts indicated in the bibliographies of the official teaching programmes and texts permitting in-depth study of subject matter related to the issues of architectural design and which document the progress of Italian and foreign design culture.
In the reference sector, encyclopaedias, 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 to the lecture theatres for Course and Laboratory teaching, the School of Building Architecture also uses:.
In addition, tackles complex project issues with quantification of project activities and urban re-design;. 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.
The School prints the annual" Student Guide" which contains a full overview of courses and services provided. Professors' lectures and publications may be consulted on the University web site at: www. The main objective of the Bachelor of Science is that of preparing an Architect able to collaborate in the elaboration process of an Architectural Project on various scales within the scope of a systemic logic in which, alongside architectural composition disciplines are those of a technical-scientific and technological nature.
Hence the organisation of teaching around Integrated Design Studios and therefore the continual need to break down of cognitive and methodological contributions into component parts and to re-compose them in building the project in detail; an approach in which experimentation has a significant role. Evaluation of student understanding is necessarily oriented 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 Schools of Architecture, especially at the international level. Important operational tools in this sense are the various integrated design laboratory 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:.
Selected students must agree a study track with the mobility promoter equivalent to the course of the foreign University up to a maximum of 80 CFU Credits. Within this limit the student may reiterate the experience abroad but only within the scope of international exchange programmes outside the EU.
The tutor promoting the exchange will submit the credits and corresponding equivalence of Courses and Laboratories passed by the student abroad to the School Board for recognition. The LLP Programme, promoted by the European Union, allows European students enrolled in European universities taking part in a partnership programme to follow courses at foreign universities with the guarantee of recognition of courses and exams taken.
This programme has the main objective of offering European students. The LLP programme affords students the possibility to experience not only different cultures but also different traditions and teaching and project methods.
Students from outside the European Union may also take part as long as they have been resident in Italy for more than 5 years. Universities at. In the LLP announcement regarding destinations, the mobility promoters, professors which have created the exchange and which take care of coordinating exchange activities between our University and the foreign university are indicated.
The "coordinating" professor, on the other hand, is the person the student should refer to for defining his study curriculum for the study period spent abroad.
Upon official confirmation from the European Union concerning our proposal for student mobility, each year, at the end of February, the School of Civil Architecture starts the selection procedure with the aim of preparing a ranking of students considered suitable for exchange with European universities.
The exchange is finalised with acceptance by the student of the assigned location and confirmation of acceptance by the partner, subject to control of the student profiles and forms sent by Exchange-Bovisa within the established deadlines. The Sectorial Erasmus Programme allows students in higher education institutes which are holders of "Extended EUCs" to access internships in companies, education and research centres excluding European institutions or organisations managing European programmes present in one of the "Participating Countries" of the programme.
The student, which may receive an ad hoc community contribution for the internship period, has the opportunity to acquire specific skills and a better understanding of the host Country's social and economic culture with the support of preparation or refresher language courses of the host Country or in the working language with the final aim of facilitating mobility of young workers throughout Europe.
The internship period must be covered by a Placement Contract signed by the beneficiary and by the higher education institute or originating consortium. Furthermore, students bound for countries whose language is less used and taught have the possibility to participate in intensive language training courses EILC - Erasmus Intensive Language Courses , useful for the subsequent Erasmus mobility period.
Interested students may apply at the Exchange-Bovisa International Projects Office within the deadlines established in the specific announcements. Only courses for the second and third year will be offered, in addition to some special support activities and courses aimed towards the students who left behind some of their exams, in order to help them with completing their studies in agreement with the curricula in vigour at the time of their enrollment.
Table of contents 1. General Information. General presentation of the study programme. Learning objectives. Organization of the study programme and further studies. Structure of the study programme and Qualifications. Further Studies.
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