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Untitled Document Plan A Type A 2 (for 5 year B.Arch Graduates)
Structure and Degree Requirements
Course Work a minimum of 24 credits
Thesis a minimum of 12 credits
Total a minimum of 36 credits

Curriculum Structure

A. Course Work   a minimum of 24 credits
1. Graduate Courses   a minimum of 24 credits
  1.1 Field of concentration courses a minimum of 24 credits
    1.1.1 Required Courses a minimum of 6 credits
      801710 ARCT 710 Research Methodology in Architecture 3 credits
      801711 ARCT 711 Development and Management of LocalLocal 3 credits
    Wisdom and Global Technology in Architecture  
    1.1.2 Elective Courses a minimum of 18 credits
      In order to select a major area of study, each student must be advised by advisor or graduate committee, and is recommended to take at least 6 credits from selected major area of study
 
      Design and Research Methodology  
      801712 ARCT 712 Advanced Specific Architectural 3 credits
      Knowledge  
      801713 ARCT 713 Graduate Design Studio in Architecture I 6 credits
      801714 ARCT 714 Graduate Design Studio in Architecture II 6 credits
      801715 ARCT 715 Graduate Design Studio in Architecture III 6 credits
      801716 ARCT 716 Research for Architectural Design 3 credits
      801717 ARCT 717 Quantitative Research Methods in Architecture 3 credits
      801718 ARCT 718 Qualitative Research Methods in Architecture 3 credits
      801721 ARCT 721 Architectural Technology and Sustainable 3 credits
      Environment  
      801722 ARCT 722 Specific Research in Architecture I 3 credits
      801723 ARCT 723 Specific Research in Architecture II 3 credits
      801741 ARCT 741 Advanced Professional Practices 3 credits
      801796 ARCT 796 Special Problem 3 credits
      History, Theory and Criticism in Architecture  
      801724 ARCT 724 Critical Theories of Architecture 3 credits
      801725 ARCT 725 Critical Practices of Architecture 3 credits
      801726 ARCT 726 Theory of Architecture in Asia 3 credits
      801729 ARCT 729 Selected Topics in Architectural 3 credits
      History and Theory  
      Technology, Materials and Building Construction  
      801734 ARCT 734 Properties and Behaviors of Architectural 3 credits
      Materials  
      801735 ARCT 735 Building Technology 3 credits
      801736 ARCT 736 Architectural Management 3 credits
      Vernacular Architecture and Conservation  
      801750 ARCT 750 Theory and Philosophy in Vernacular 3 credits
      Architecture  
      801751 ARCT 751 Research Approaches in Vernacular 3 credits
      Architecture  
      801752 ARCT 752 Dynamics of Vernacular Architecture 3 credits
      Urban Design and Planning  
      801761 ARCT 761 Urban Architecture 3 credits
      801762 ARCT 762 Urban and Community Planning 3 credits
      801763 ARCT 763 Principles and Practices in Urban Design 3 credits
      Behavior and Environment  
      801770 ARCT 770 Environmental Perception and Assessment 3 credits
      801771 ARCT 771 Application of Theories of Human Behavior 3 credits
      in Environmental Studies and Design  
      801789 ARCT 789 Selected Topics in Environment and Behavior 3 credits
  1.2 Other Elective Courses    
     

1.2.1 Required courses None
1.2.2 Elective courses None

 
2. Advanced Undergraduate Courses    
B. Thesis     12 credits
      801799 ARCT 799 Thesis   12 credits
C. Non-credit courses      
      1. Graduate School requirement: - a foreign language -  
      2. Program requirement  
      Prerequisite (Under consideration of the Graduate Management Committee)  
      801700 ARCT 700 Pre-Graduate Design Studio 2 credits
      801701 ARCT 701 Pre-Graduate Architectural Theory 2 credits
      801702 ARCT 702 Pre-Graduate Building Technology 2 credits
D. Academic Activities      
     

(1) Each student has to organize and present a seminar on the topic related to his/her thesis at least once every semester for 3 semesters and attend every seminar enrolling

(2) The whole or part of a thesis must be published, or accepted for publication in 1 full paper in peer reviewed international or national academic journals or conference proceedings.

(3) Each student has to report thesis progression to the Graduate School every semester, for approval by the Chairman of the Graduate Study Committee.