Course: Bachelor of Architecture (BArch)
The Bachelor of Architecture programme expertly combines lectures with practical classes with the aim of training qualified professionals to face the challenges of the future. Competition in the global market is tough, therefore the quality of education is an important determinant of employment prospects.
CESUGA offers a practical education that will allow students to develop a professional career according to their expectations. The aim of the Architecture course is to provide students with the resources and skills to act safely in a society without borders.
The Architecture course requires abstract intelligence to understand and organize shape and space, creativity, artistic sensitivity and an open-minded, critical attitude towards the diverse forms of cultural expression, as well as an acceptable ability to visual arts language.
CESUGA trains architects committed to functionality, economy and environment sustainability from three perspectives: the technical perspective of the profession, the sensitive one of the researcher and the artist, and the ethical point of view. These three perspectives should mutually reinforce the idea of qualified and driven professionals prepared to tackle alternative future scenarios based on teamwork, at regional and international scales.
This degree programme qualifies for the profession of architect. Environment, sustainability, landscaping, restoration and heritage preservation solutions are needed today. The content of the curriculum is based on a wide artistic view of architecture, creative, vanguard and real-world design. The nature of workspaces, houses and homes, urban growth, land-use planning and new construction materials should be reconsidered in order to meet the most recent needs of society using technical developments. An architect is a professional with a critical influence on defining the cities of the future.
The Architecture course offers the following distinctive features:
Over the first year of the Architecture course students will learn some of the fundamentals and technical tools to acquire a solid training. Over the second, third and fourth year students study those disciplines needed to exercise the profession of architect (projects, structures, construction, facilities, theory…). On the last year they will choose an area of specialisation.