AGU School of Architecture Program Outcomes

  1. To perceive the theory and practice fields of architecture as complementary to each other, to reflect them to the process of design and to simultaneously benefit from them.
  2. To think and learn in an abstract, systematical and critical manner, to articulate an individualized architectural culture, to transfer his/her skills into the processes of design and practice.
  3. To conceptualize the relationships between different scales and fields of design, to utilize them concurrently and to express the information produced in different drawing scales, methods and media with appropriate representation techniques.
  4. To act with the consciousness of global citizenship, professional ethics and abilities required by the age we are living in.
  5. To have theoretical knowledge and practical experience in the processes of design and construction, building services, infrastructure and systems.
  6. To be aware of the tangible and intangible heritage characteristics of the natural and built environment and to possess the required skills in the design and application of documentation and conservation projects.
  7. To have theoretical knowledge and practical experience on traditional/regional and contemporary building materials and construction technologies in an architectural design approach based on sustainability and environmental consciousness.
  8. To approach problem solving and design experimentally, and to convey and share this approach in his/her professional life.
  9. To have theoretical knowledge and practical experience on global problems and responsibilities concerning the natural and built environment.
  10. To be conscious of ethical, legal, social, cultural and economical responsibilities concerning the design and construction of the physical environment.
  11. To research and design with an interdisciplinary and cross-disciplinary approach.
  12. To share theoretical and practical knowledge, skills and qualifications as a responsible team leader or member in collaborative work within his/her professional or related fields.
  13. To sustain life-long strategies for learning, acquiring and using knowledge.
  14. To have professional communication skills in his/her native language and in English, adequate for research, writing and presention.