Business & Management Course

Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch)

Course Type: Degree | Study Mode: Class Room
Keywords: Bachelor of Architecture | B.Arch | Architecture
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Jagannath University Jaipur

Course Detail

Introduction
The architecture Programme at School of Architecture at Jagan Nath University is a five-year professional course of study leading to a Bachelor of Architecture degree. This degree is nationally accredited and recognized by all states and employers in public and private Sector. At School of Architecture of Jagan Nath University emphasis is to develop overall competencies of the students to make them true professionals. The curriculum of the school and method of education is developed to cater to demands of the industry at Global Level. Special attention is given to develop managerial skills like project management, effective communication, presentation skills, negotiation skills etc through additional non credit courses run especially for Architecture students by the School of Management of the Jagan Nath University. The studies during the first year of the course develop your understanding of how designers make decisions and how architecture relates to the determination of our built environment. Students learn drawing skills on board and are also trained to use Computer Aided Design Soft wares for drawing. Students creative skills are honed by innovative methods used in Arts and graphics studio. The next four years are devoted to extensive design studio work, regular site visits, expert lectures, assigned readings and real life design projects. Additional courses include the History of Architecture, Computer Applications, Mechanical and Structural Systems, and Professional practice etc. Projects in architectural design, whether done individually or by groups, are often assigned much as a practicing architect would receive them from a client. In the design studio the functional and environmental requirements of a project are carefully studied, along with the social and visual conditions that determine the solutions. Analytical diagrams, schematic layouts and design studies are prepared in close cooperation with faculty and classmates. Models, sketches and diagrams are used to investigate aspects of design and to test the integration of all systems that are part of it-such as movement of people, site development, and systems that heat, cool and light spaces. At the same time, and with equal emphasis, students study the social, psychological and aesthetic conditions that result.