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

Curriculum Structure

      A. Course Work   a minimum of 36 credits
      1. Graduate Courses a minimum of 30 credits
      1.1 Field of concentration courses a minimum of 30 credits
      1.1.1 Required courses   6 credits
      801710 ARCT 710 Research Methodology in Architecture 3 credits
      801711 ARCT 711 Development and Management of Local 3 credits
      Wisdom and Global Technology in Architecture  
      1.1.2 Elective courses a minimum of 24 credits a minimum of 24 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 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
      801736ARCT 736 Architectural Management 3 credits a minimum of 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 courses  
      1.2.2 Required courses None  
      1.2.3 Elective courses None  
      2. Advanced Undergraduate Courses None  
      B. Thesis  
      801798 ARCT 798 Independent
      C. Non-credit Courses  
      1. Graduate School requirement: a foreign language  
      2. Program requirement  
      D. Academic Activities  
      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  
      E. Comprehensive Examination  
      Having submitted a request form to the Graduate School, approved by general advisor or major thesis advisor, a student must then complete a comprehensive examination.