This course focuses on architecture, cities, regions, and landscapes and provides high-level research and creative design practice.
Conducting high-level research and creative design practice, focusing mainly on the environment surrounding people, namely architecture, cities, regions, and landscapes.
Students will learn to realize a more prosperous environmental design by addressing various problems that have become apparent in the present age while keeping in mind the spatial and temporal expansion and diversity of society and fundamentally considering the relationship between humans and the environment. The course also includes the contents recognized as an international architectural education curriculum (Global Architect Program).
This course aims to develop human resources with the following comprehensive research and design capabilities.
Develop the ability to evaluate the value of various environments and support an international network of environmental design through practical education in Japan and overseas.
Acquire the expertise to design sustainable architecture, landscapes, and social systems to evaluate the value of the environment, pass on to the future, and contribute to the maintenance and improvement of the environment.
Learn the process of realizing safety, health, functionality, and comfort that enables sustainable design based on the relationship between humans and the environment, and be able to support environmental design based on technical aspects with spatial harmony and a temporal perspective.
This program develops talents with comprehensive design ability with engineering and cultural arts knowledge on architecture and environmental design. Together with the completion of the Architect Program in the School of Design, it is one of the few programs in Japan to be accredited as an international architectural education program based on the “UNESCO-UIA Charter for Architectural Education”.
Accredited by UNESCO-UIA Validation Council
Research positions in universities, research institutes, museums, etc.; administrative positions in engineering, architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning, cultural promotion, environmental policy, etc.; planners in community development, village revitalization, etc.; managers in heritage protection, heritage restoration, etc.; designers in architecture, landscape architecture, landscaping, etc.; engineers in architecture, landscape architecture, etc.