This three-year Course is aimed to make a graduate able to understand and do what is needed for collaborating to architectural production, both as a freelancer and as a manager in public or private institutions. It will train professionals who are familiar with the techniques of architecture and its construction, with basic knowledge in architecture, architectural design, drawing, history, construction, town planning, restoration, technology, interior design, landscape architecture, industrial design and general culture in all fields of architecture, with an emphasis on technical and practical knowledge. Therefore a “generalist” graduate having a solid basic training also in design. The degree course includes a total of 20 exams. The teaching activity is divided into 2 semesters. Every year students acquire 60 credits (cfu), for a total of 180 cfu, by attending single-discipline or integrated courses, workshops, optional activities, apprenticeships, English and final test (degree thesis).
Courses are organized according to the timetable of classroom activities (lessons, seminars, exercises, practical tests) and autonomous learning, in such a way that students can pass their exam at the end of each course or workshop and, however, within the year where teaching is placed. Lessons take place from Monday to Thursday (22-25 hours per week) whereas Friday is dedicated to optional activities. Final synthesis workshops (sixth semester) allow students to choose the group of disciplines they consider closest to their own interests and to orient themselves towards any subsequent study (bachelor’s degree or first level master).
Attendance at courses is compulsory: to take the exam students must have acquired 60% of attendance at single-discipline and integrated courses and 75% of attendance at workshops. Course students can take exams only in scheduled sessions. Students who must repeat the year and students who are beyond the prescribed time can take the exam also outside these sessions.
After the degree – which allows to take the State exam for section B of the Register – the junior architect will be able to perform autonomous and support duties and to work as: designer according to law limits (in “traditional” sectors of architectural design, interior design, town planning, landscape design and restoration); employee in professional offices or public institutions as collaborator to executive projects; technical director in public and private companies of building and environment sector; assistant in work management in a construction site; executive graduated technician in technical offices of public companies, within urban, territorial and heritage maintenance.
Moreover, after the degree students can enroll on bachelor degree courses in different Italian universities. In particular, at the present time the Bachelor Degree Course in Architectural Design is active at DiARC

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