- Mode: Full time
- Duration: 2 Years
The famous German Architect Walter Gropius said: “Society needs a good image of itself. That is the true job of an architect.” Our Masters in Architecture (M-Arch) Programme is designed to teach graduates, various dynamics of architectural design, and the scientific and artistic factors that make up the study of architecture. The various disciplines of this program include History and Pedagogy, Interior Design, Urban or Rural Planning, Construction Management, Architecture Theory, Landscape Design, etc. We focus on the all-round development of students, polishing their professional, artistic and entrepreneurial abilities in the process.
2 Years of 2 Semester each, with total of 4 semesters
The Masters in Urban Design program offers students to shift and enhance their previously set paradigm to the macro scale of perceiving the underlined architectural urban scenarios. It is a two years course with each year further subdivided into two semesters. This course addresses the realm of the urbane by contextualising the different practices and cultures of the cities.
The course offers thorough understanding of planning objectives, socio-cultural backgrounds, heritage and historical values, administrative structures, governance and policies, eco-sensitive and sustainability approaches etc. thus, giving it a multifaceted approach.
The course gives a firsthand experience to the students to be working along with planning authorities, various government organisations, non-governing organisations, private practitioners, communities, citizen groups etc. It also helps students derive a strong research base in the due course of two years.
The discourse of this course is as follows:
- Semester I Urban Design Basics
- Semester II Perspectives in Urban design
- Semester III Urban Design Sensitivities
- Semester IV Thesis
A candidate must have passed with the Minimum of 50 % marks in aggregate in a Bachelor of Architecture degree course or equivalent courses recognized by the Council of Architecture.