This course focuses on the study of the architecture, cities, and landscapes that will shape our future
In this course, students study foundational subjects to develop basic scientific skills while simultaneously building fundamental design skills. From the second to fourth year, students focus on practical design projects and off-campus workshops and fieldwork. These projects are supported by a curriculum of lectures and classes designed in order to acquire a wide range of specialized knowledge and practical design skills concerning architecture, cities, regions, landscapes, and the diversifying environmental issues that arise around them.
Graduation research and design projects will help students acquire practical problem-solving skills while they build their English reading comprehension, communication, and presentation skills through subjects such as Academic English and Expert English.
Students from this course are eligible to take the Japanese First-Class Architect and Building Engineer (Ikkyu-kenchikushi) examination and can progress to a master's program that is in line with international architectural standards and qualifications.