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Structure of the Curriculum

With the establishment of PPAr as an integrated part of Architectural Education, Curriculum 2013 is structured to include both Bachelor and Professional programs with optional termination at the end of the fourth year. Curriculum 2013 of Department of Architecture UII consists of Core Curriculum or National Curriculum as stipulated by IASA and Institutional Curriculum as formulated by the Department. This Curriculum is delivered in 33 compulsory courses plus 2 elective courses for the Bachelor Program (totalling 150 credits) and 4 compulsory courses plus 2 elective courses for the Professional Program (totalling 36 credits).

Table: Outline of the curriculum

Professional Architect Degree Program

(186 credits)

Bachelor Program

(150 credits)

Compulsory (33 courses, 142 credits)

Elective (2-4 courses, 8 credits)

Professional Program of Architect

(36 credits)

Compulsory (4 courses, 28 credits)

Elective (2 courses, 8 credits)

 

The distribution of courses within 5-year program is described in Table 4.6. Curriculum 2013 is structured with the following considerations:

  1. Architectural Design Studio (ADS) courses running consecutively from Semester 1 to Semester 10 serve as the backbone of the Curriculum. All of the design competences in requiring ability level are distributed in these courses.

  2. Other courses with architectural contents are distributed to support the competences achieved in ADS courses.

  3. Institutional Character Building and Liberal Arts courses are flexibly distributed on the first eight semesters.

Table: Distribution of Courses in Curriculum 2013

CLUSTER

Sem. 1

Sem. 2

Sem. 3

Sem. 4

Sem. 5

Sem. 6

Sem. 7

Sem. 8

Sem. 9

Sem. 10

INSTITUTIONAL CHARACTER & LIBERAL ARTS

Principles of Islam (2)

State Philosophy (2)

Islamic Leadership Studies (2)

Islamic Thought and Civilization (2)

Citizenship (2)

English (2)

Islamic Worship and Ethics (2)

Entrepre-neurship (2)

Mathe-matics (2)

Student Social Service (2)

INTEGRA-TED DESIGN

ADS I (4)

ADS II (4)

ADS III (6)

ADS IV (6)

ADS V (6)

ADS VI (8)

ADS VII (8)

Bachelor Final Project (8)

Prof. Studio I (8)

Prof. Studio 2 (8)

ARCH. COMMUNICA-TION

Arch. Drawing (4)

Building Information Modelling (4)

Writing Techniques (2)

Academic Writing (4)

Theory Electives (2)

Professional Electives (4)

Theory Electives (2)

THEORY & URBANISM

Introd. to Arch. (2)

Site Planning (4)

History & Theory of Arch. (4)

Design Thinking (4)

Introd. to Urban Design (4)

Professional Electives (4)

Indonesian Arch. (4)

Housing Studies (2)

Advanced Arch. Theory (8)

BUILDING SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

Sustainable Arch. (2)

Building Perform. Evaluation (2)

Building Materials & Construction (4)

Principles of Building Structure (4)

Building Structural System 1 (4)

Building Structural System 2 (2)

Integrated Building Engineering (4)

Building Infrastructure (2)

Thermal Environ. Control (2)

Arch. Lighting (2)

Environ. Acoustic (2)

ADVO-CACY & PRO-FESSION

Professional Practice (4)

Studio Electives (4)

Professional Ethics (4)

PRO-GRAM

BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE PROGRAM

PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM OF

ARCHITECT (PPAR)

CREDITS

PER SEM.

20

20

20

20

20

20

20

10

16

20

Architecture Education and Professional Practice in Indonesia

The Role of Architecture in the Society and Reconcile Conflict of Interests amongst Various Groups regarding the Spatial Environment

Understanding the role of architecture in society and reconcile the conflict of interests among various interest groups regarding the spatial environment is cultivated through several courses, including Informal Urbanism, Sustainable Environment, Introduction to Urban Design, and Low Cost Housing. The knowledge then tested in the Architectural Design Studio Courses which emphasise certain themes in the spatial environment issues such as Cultural Sensitivity (STUPA 5), Technological Advancement (STUPA 6), Urban Context (STUPA 7) and real projects in the Professional Studio 1 and 2.

Conflict reconciliation will also be cultivated once the professional program student actively involved in IAI as members. Forums in IAI are engaged with various architectural and spatial environment issues, which also include in conflict amongst parties in architectural practices. Hence, it is expected that knowledge and ability regarding the role of architecture in the society and reconcile conflict in the architectural education will be tested and challenged upon their completion and as member of professional institution (IAI).

Ethics and Professional Obligations to Respond Social and Environmental Issues in the level of Built Environment and Urban Design

Apart from the Professional Practice and Professional Ethics, the obligation to respond social and environmental issues in the level of built environment and urban planning is cultivated for the students through several compulsory and elective courses including Sustainable Architecture (2 credit/compulsory), Informal Urbanism (2 credits/compulsory), Introduction to Urban Design (4 credits/compulsory), and Low Cost Housing (4 credits/elective).

Sustainable Architecture aims to provide the students with understanding of ecological values and social acceptance in accordance with economic/technical feasibility during designing process. Through this course the student is well-equipped with the science and architecture based on sustainable development. Informal urbanism aims to give basic understanding, identifying issues and problems in Informal urbanism. Through this course the student is well-equipped with issues on social and urban problems and how to find solution and recommendation of concept for informal urbanism problem especially in the case of Indonesian cities.   

Introduction to Urban Design is a 4 credit compulsory course aims to introduce the students to urban design and development both in eastern and western world by giving knowledge on urban morphology, elements of urban design, urban problems, and concept of urban design. It is expected that the students are able to understand and analyse various urban problems in order to comply STUPA 7 course which aims to design in urban context. Other related course to respond social and environmental issue is Low Cost Housing. Low Cost Housing is a 4 credit elective course aims to give the students critical and creative thinking in looking for solution towards housing problems for low income groups. It is expected that through this course the students will have social sensitivity towards the low-income and marginalised groups.

The knowledge from these theoretical courses then will be re-addressed in various level of Architectural Design Studios. The students are challenged to show their ability to design architectural works based on their knowledge especially how to respond social and environmental issues in the level of built environment and urban design.

Professional Practice based on Public Interest and Good Citizenship

Professional practice based on public interest and good citizenship is formally cultivated through Community Service Program (KKN), a 3 credit of a compulsory university course. KKN is an intra-curricular subject within the form of community service activities conducted in group of students  from various multidisciplinary department or faculty. The aims of KKN are to bring the student: 1) to cultivate community knowledge, understanding, and social insight, 2) to be able to identify community problems, solving problems, decision making, and conducting and evaluating programs, 3) to be able to work in team, in honesty, in equality, and independence based on Islamic values.

In this course, the students will live in the society for more than a month (35 days, with some variations) guided by a lecturer (supervisor) and field assistants. During this period, together with the community the students conduct field observations, formulating work plan, disseminating plan to the community, implementing program, and reporting the program to the supervisor. Through this course, it is expected that the student will have the ability to work as a team with the community/public, understanding problems in the community, and try to solve it through programs. It is also expected that through KKN the student will be able to live as good Indonesian citizen so that upon their graduation the will also willing and able to share their expertise and knowledge to the broader public and society.

In addition, the cultivation of good citizenship is also done through the Association of Architecture Student (HMA MIMAR) which regularly organised various social activities including community service in Code River Valley (2016), environmental service in villages around UII Campus, and Guard Post Charity also around the campus area (2015).

Communication and Interaction with the Professional

Communication and interaction with the professional community is an important aspect recognized from the formulation stage of curriculum in the department of architecture UII. By design, the curriculum mandates and provides a wide range of opportunities for the students to be able to communicate and interact with the professional community, such as in direct (face to face) or indirect (e.g., studion simulation, videos, or as mentioned in the lectures).

In the last three years, the communication and interaction have been interwoven through various efforts, including: first, the professional architects invited as Guest Lecturers in variety of subjects (design studios and theoretical classes). Second, invite the professional architects as Exhibition Jury at the Final Project (end of Year 4) as part of the assessment criteria, especially by Arsitek Madya/Utama IAI. The assessment from external Jury is expected to be a media of interaction between the students, their architectural works, and the professionals in order to get input and showing the student’s excellence works during their studentship. The implication of this occasion is the familiarization of student’s work to the IAI members and vice versa, for them to get input and assessment from the world of profession.

Third, invite IAI lecturers for the Training Strata 1 – 6 to the department as part of the Professional Ethics subject. There are plenty opportunities for the students of PPAR to communicate and interact with the IAI professional lecturers about the world of architecture profession. Fourth, invite the IAI Initial Verification and Validation Team (TVVA) in the workshop of 13 Competence of IAI. In this occasion, the students presenting their works to be verified and validated by the IAI team. Fifth, IAI and LPJK tested the student of PPAR through Professional Architect Competence Test (Uji Kompetensi Arsitek Professional) as part of the assessment process towards Arsitek Muda IAI. Sixth, in the PPAR Graduation Ceremony three parties (Dept. of Architecture UII-IAI-LPJK) present and give speeches towards the world of Architecture Profession.

Raising Awareness of the Importance and Necessity of Continuing Professional Education

As early as first semester the awareness on the necessity of architectural education has started to be given to the new students. At the first meeting with the new students head of department and academic supervisors specifically highlight the importance of professional education (5 years) to be completed by the students. Other efforts to raise awareness in this matter are providing opportunities for students in year 1 – 4 to sit in professional program (PPAR) courses and before students take Final Project subject (end of Year 4) there is a special presentation on the importance of professional practice and professional program. These efforts are expected to further increase their interest to continue their education in the PPAR.  

The Importance of Roles and Responsibilities of Related Disciplines in the Practice

The roles and responsibilities of related disciplines in architectural practices is important to be addressed and cultivated amongst the student from the early stages of their study. The curriculum implemented in the department of Architecture UII drives the multi disciplinary platform for the students to work with others in related disciplines of architecture. Architectural Studio 6 (STUPA 6) is specifically designed to give the opportunity for the  students to engage with various disciplines including Economist, Mechanical and Electrical Engineer (MEE), Structural Engineer (Civil Engineering), and Environmental Engineer. The mechanism is by inviting these experts as Guest Lecturers at the early stage of STUPA 6, and continued after mid-term times through supervision sessions so that the students can directly having a one to one discussions and consultation regarding their designs. The mechanism above is not only provide knowledge on the roles and responsibility of related disciplines for the students but also giving chances for the students to communicate and work with people from various related disciplines in architectural practices.

In terms of content, theoretical courses such as Introduction to Urban Design, Informal Urbanism, Sustainable Architecture, and Housing Studies also provide important knowledge regarding the roles and responsibilities of related disciplines in the practices.  These includes Urban Designers, Environmental Engineer, Lawyer, Economist and etc. to be part of the architect’s team work whenever conducting projects in various context (rural, urban) and various content (feasibility study, schematic design, DED, and etc.). Hence, through STUPA 6 and related theoretical courses it is expected that the students is fully aware, understand, and able to work with people from various disciplines, knowing their roles and responsibilities so that the architectural works will be accomplished in best way.  

Capabilities to Coordinate Clients, Public and Private Enterprises and to Reconcile Conflict  

The capabilities to coordinate clients, public and private enterprises and to reconcile conflict is well-cultivated through several courses including Professional Practice, Professional Studio 1 (PPAR). In the Professional Practice, the students understand the pattern of working relationship between client (both private and public), architect, and constructor and how to reconcile whenever conflict is occurred based on IAI standard of operation.  

Professional Studio 1 conducted by placed the student in an Architectural Firm for 16 weeks and fully supervised by lecturer and principal architect of related firm. In this studio the students will be challenged by real projects in which engaged with various parties, including land-owner, project-owner, government, and even community in the surroundings site. The capability to reconcile conflict will be sharpened in this process, so that the students are expected to have strong capabilities on real conflicts occurs in their future architectural projects.

Acquisition and Cultivation of Professional Ethics and Obligations for Faithful and Devoted Practice

Architecture Professional Practice and Professional Ethics (see sub-section 3.3.6) is also aim to cultivate faithful and devoted practices. In specific UII open a university course in Islamic Leadership Study intended to cultivate basic leadership principles both in Islamic and Western Perspective, to critically understand the ideal character of a leader based on Islamic value, to be able to apply skill and strategy of a leader, and apply the ideal national leadership in Indonesia both in formal or informal leadership.  It is hoped that through these courses the students will have a strong understanding of ethics, having a good responsibility and professional obligations for faithful and devoted practices to client, society, and the environment.

Architecture Education in Indonesia

Architectural Education, Qualification to Practice, and the Registration System

History of Architectural Education in Indonesia

The architectural education in Indonesia was established in 1950 with the opening of ‘Bouwkundige Afdeeling’ (Building Section) at the Fakulteit Teknik (Faculty of Engineering) Universitas Indonesia in Bandung (ITB). The educational program is implemented to produce Insinyur Arsitek (Architecture Engineer) with curriculum adopted from the TU Delft, The Netherlands (as most of the lecturers were TU Delft alumni). In 1958, for the first time this department of architecture produced its graduates.

In the 1960s some department of architecture were established in several cities of Indonesia, including Parahyangan Catholic University, Bandung (1960), Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta (1962), Diponegoro University, Semarang (1962), Tarumanegara University, Jakarta (1962), Indonesian Christian University, Jakarta (1962), Hasanuddin University, Makassar (1963), University of Pancasila, Jakarta (1963), University of Indonesia, Jakarta (1965), Udayana University, Bali (1965), and Surabaya Institute of Technology (1965). The establishment of several department of architecture in Indonesia was followed by other universities in Indonesia in the next decades.

In this era, the primary aim of the architectural education in Indonesia is to produce professional architects with minimum of five years duration. The students were prepared to have a strong knowledge on architectural theory, architectural design skills (studio), and internship. At the end of their studies, the students were tested through simulation project before commenced as an engineer.  

Major changes of architectural education in Indonesia in 1996 have marked by the changes of 160 credits for undergraduate program to 144 credits (5 years to 4 years program) and the first architectural education accreditation is also conducted by the National Accreditation Board in this year. As a consequence, the Architecture Engineer award (Ir.) turned into Bachelor of Engineering (ST) aimed to produce scholars that can be prepared to be a professional.

In 2015, PDDIKTI recorded 159 department of architecture all over Indonesia in undergraduate level, 16 master level, and 7 in Ph.D level of education. This number is the largest within ASEAN countries (Philippines: 83; Vietnam: 22; and Thailand: 20 institutions).

Architectural Education and National Policy

The architectural education in Indonesia is experiencing changes that demands a more dynamic learning model, multidiscipline, and more focused on producing the graduates to meet the standard of competence in national and international level. In addition the graduates produced are also expected to response the contemporary issues such as the environmental sustainability, socio-cultural, and community development to prepare them in competing with foreign architects.

In 2007 the Indonesian government signed the agreement on ASEAN Mutual Recognition Agreement (MRA) for architectural services. In order to fulfill the requirement as ASEAN Architect, the architecture graduates require taking a minimum 5 years of architectural education as requested by the UIA. At the regional level the challenge of architecture education and profession is also marked by the ASEAN Free Trade Year 2015. The free trade is allowing the applicable standard of practice for Architect ASEAN member countries and allowing architects to practice in countries within the ASEAN members.            

In fact, the undergraduate level of architectural education in Indonesia is organized within 4 years allowing one year gap with the UIA requirement. In 2009, the Indonesian Institute of Architects (IAI) and the Association of Architectural Higher Education in Indonesia (APTARI) have set a Professional Architecture Education Program/PPAR (1 year continuation and/or part of 2 years of Master Degree Program) as an official set towards a professional architecture education in Indonesia.

Amongst the 159 department of architecture in Indonesia, only 14 are recorded as the organizer of PPAR with one of the (University of Indonesia) is registered in the Ministry of Higher Education. This can be a challenge for the architectural education in Indonesia. Furthermore, Indonesia needs to formulate the general competence as reference for curriculum standard in conducting the architectural education in Indonesia.

Hence, in relation with the various challenges and opportunities there is a need of program revitalization of architectural education in Indonesia to deal with the dynamic changes and the challenges of architectural profession at the global, regional, and national levels. In 2015 IAI and APTARI implement the revitalization program of architectural education in order to improve the quality of higher architectural education in Indonesia. This revitalization program is included to formulate Program Learning Outcome, Curriculum, and Professional Architecture Education Standard.

The Qualification to Practice and Registration of IAI

Currently, the Indonesian Association of School of Architecture (APTARI) and IAI (with some contributions from PPAR-UII) formulates a guideline serving as mutual platform between IAI and Schools of Architecture in conducting professional education and granting professional certification. In this scheme, in addition to the granting of License Architect, the graduates will be granted a certificate of “Arsitek Muda” (First Level Architect) by IAI (see figure 1). In this qualification, upon the completion of PPAR the student will be automatically granted a certificate of Arsitek Muda.

Arsitek Muda Certificate is a limited certificate in the sense that the holder may only perform professional architectural design of up to three stories building and the certificate valid for only two years. Such a certificate will cease automatically if holder does not proceed to the full time internship within 2 years. As seen in Figure 1, in order to get a full certificate, a graduate of PPAR requires 2 years of internship experience in addition to passing the competency examination.

Figure 1. The proposed stages of professional education of architect based on the agreement between IAI and APTARI in 2015

The full certificate consists of two types, namely Arsitek Madya (Second Level Architect) and Arsitek Utama (Third Level Architect), each of these full certificates valid for three years. By default, an architect in Indonesia can legally practice if the holder meets three conditions as follows:

1.   The architect is a valid member of IAI – a membership card is issued by IAI as a proof of validity

2.   The architect has one of the three types of the above-mentioned certificates, i.e., first level, second level, or third level

3.    The architect holds the SIBP (Surat Ijin Bekerja Perencana – literally translated as “Work Permit for Design Consultancy”), which is issued by the municipal government. However, SIBP is required only within a certain municipality such as Jakarta. In most cases only the conditions number 1 and 2 are required.

Architecture Education UII

Department of Architecture Program and UII Future Goal

The five year program of department of architecture is established in line with the vision and mission of UII. As mentioned in the previous section, the first vision of UII is towards UII as ‘a mercy to the world’. It has translated in the vision of the department of architecture regarding its commitment and sensitivity in creating a sustainable environment, with consideration and concern for marginal groups. The second vision of UII to become an internationally recognized university is translated in the vision of the department to become the best top three of similar architecture program in Indonesia, as ranked by the National Accreditation Board and to produce global qualified graduates (international reputation) but at the same time having a strong Indonesia’s best character.

Faculty Member and Student Recruitment Criteria

The selection of faculty member is prepared through open recruitment process published through university website and national mass media. The general criteria are the academic qualification, research interest, teaching specialist, English (TOEFL), and Islamic knowledge. The academic requirement is hold a Master Degree, but Doctoral Degree (Ph.D) is preferable. Research interest is necessary to be selected to meet the need of the curriculum that is applied in order to achieve expertise and excellence to such field of knowledge. Teaching specialist is required to test the candidate in terms of pedagogic ability and interest in teaching as a profession. English proficiency showed by such standard for example TOEFL is utilized to meet the criteria for English as standard to achieve global communication and achievement. Last but not least is Islamic knowledge, as an Islamic based values university, UII needs to make sure that the human resources in this case academic staff have the basic ability to the realize the vision of UII as mercy to the world (rahmatan lil alamin).

Currently, the faculty member of the Department of Architecture UII consist of thirty-three full-time faculty members, with eight of them are Ph.D holders, four Ph.D candidates, and the rest are master degree holders.  Most of the faculty members are graduates from national and international reputable universities, including University of Newcastle, University of York, University of Nottingham, University of Melbourne, University of New South Wales, University of South Victoria, Bauhaus University, Cottbus University, Wismar University of Technology Business and Design Germany, Cologne University of Applied Sciences Germany, Anhalt University of Applied Science, McGill University Canada, ITC Netherlands, Cyprus University, Fatih Mehmet University Turkey, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Universitas Gadjah Mada, so on and so forth. Sixth of them are full-professional architect accredited by the Indonesian Institutes of Architects (IAI).

The selection criteria for the students are generally following the criteria defined in the university level, i.e., Paper Based Test (PBT), Computer Based Test (CBT), and GPA (Grade Point Average) based Recruitment (PSB) (for more detail see sub-section 4.3 on Student Information).

Development of Democratic Decision Making Process in the University

Over the last decade UII has introduced a more democratic and collective atmosphere of decision making which involving stakeholders including the students, for example on the selection of Rector and his/her deputies. The student’s league is also elected democratically and independently (without intrusion from the university) by the students both at the university, faculty, and department level.

The Provision of Access of Vital Information for the Students

UII has developed access of vital information for the students through IT Infrastructure and facilities. Information system through IT for academic information (SIMAK) can be assessed through internet not only for the students, but also for lecturers, and parents. Computers are available in many areas in the campus through intranet and internet to facilitate the students in accessing their record and other academic information as well as scientific resource (journal database). Recently Social Media is also intensively used by the department of architecture to disseminate important information such as through Facebook and Twitters.  Library catalogue search can be done through online (SIMPUS) inside the library across UII campus (refer to section 4.6 on Information Resources for details).  

Provision of Opportunities to Participate in Domestic and International Practice

The department of architecture provides opportunities for the student to participate in domestic and international practice through Internship Program. Student competition such as PKM (Student Creativity Program) in national level is an annual program organized by the Ministry of Higher Education to encourage students to do research, developing models, implement their knowledge for the community, and publish their ideas or research findings in a journal/seminar paper. Other student competition, such as design competition is regularly published in the department to encourage the students to contend their design in national and international level.  

Collaborative program with foreign institutions has initiated in the department including research collaboration, summer and winter program, student exchange, and etc. for more than a decade. Recently some collaborative program with other national and international institutions, including Summer Camp on Bamboo and Parametric Design ITB, Summer School and Winter School with EMU, Turkey, and Workshop on Dome Architecture in Japan.

UII provides environment that inspires and encourage creativity and self-confidence for the students through the provision of art spaces, galleries, university museum, Warung Prancis (French Information Booth – in collaboration with the Embassy of France), and open theatre. UniShop is built to also give the opportunity for the students to open their Start Up business to develop the self-promotion for the students through entrepreneurship.  

Program Overview

Vision of Department of Architecture

Vision Statement

The aim of the Architecture Department at Universitas Islam Indonesia is to be among the top three institutions, as ranked by the National Accreditation Board, and with an international reputation.  Committed to perfection and Islamic values in the field of education, research, community services and da’wa.

The Architecture Department also strives to be recognized as an institution concerned with community engagement, as well as environmental sensitivity, through excellent educational activities and coherent architectural design-research tradition.

Mission Statement

Our mission is to produce architecture graduates who have commitment and sensitivity in creating a sustainable built environment, with consideration and concern for marginal groups. We also strive to prepare architecture graduates who are able to achieve further excellence through extra curricular activities.

Program Objective

The objectives of the Architecture Education Program of Universitas Islam Indonesia are to produce two levels of graduates namely Bachelor Degree (Sarjana Arsitektur) and Professional Degree of Architects (Architect) who generally possess:

  • Awareness on a broad knowledge of architecture design.

  • Creative in building design based on sustainable design principles.

  • Ability to design buildings to fulfill the needs of marginal groups.

  • Developing entrepreneurship skills, teamwork within the ethics of Islam, and improving lifelong learning.

Program Learning Outcome

Guided by vision and mission of the University, the Department of Architecture produces graduates who possess four clusters of competencies framed by Indonesian Qualification Framework (IQF).  

Table Program Learning Outcome within the Indonesian Qualification Framework

National Framework

UII Terminologies

Key Competence

Learning Outcome

Attitude

Islamic Attitude

Islamic Ethic & Behavior

Able to express his or her attitude based on universal Islamic law and ethics or his or her personal belief

Inclusive Mindset

Able to show inclusive worldview engaging global society yet express their own identity of Islam and Indonesia

General Skills

Prophetic Leadership

Exemplification

Able to lead in his / her working environment and be an exemplification for society

Social Sensitivity

Able to articulate his / her contributive role to excel society

Specific Skills

Transformative Skill

Solution Oriented Skills

Able to enable innovation spirit into actual problem solving in his / her working field

Transformative Skills

Able to enable innovation spirit into actual problem solving in his / her working field

Comprehensive Design Skills

Able to design building that acknowledge historical aspects of both traditional eastern and western architecture.

Able to design building with strong concern on environment conservation, structural system, materials, building envelope, building safety, site conditions, and legal considerations essential to formulate a sustainable architecture.

Able to show design approach that concern to human behavior, human diversity, inclusive accessibility and building economics essential to formulate  buildings for marginal and poor groups.

Able to show architectural professional skills, enriched with Islamic values, entrepreneurial skills, strong communication skills both written and verbal, working effectively in team and able to show critical thinking and the spirit of lifelong learning.

Able to represent design utilizing building information modelling (BIM)

Knowledge

Integrative Knowledge

Integrative thinking

Able to express principle of integration of Islamic knowledge within architectural thought and design

Posses design research knowledge to support architectural design skill

 

To afford all the vision and mission above, the department timeline since it was launched:

1987

Architecture Program was initially open in November 9th, 1987 through Decree of Coordinator of Private Higher Education Region V (KOPERTIS wilayah V) No. 1405 / Kop.WiI.N / 1987. The institution was initially only enrols 60 students. The first campus is located on Demangan Baru under the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Planning together with Civil Engineering.

1989

Two years later, on February 10th, 1989, Department of Architecture has received the status of “Formally Registered” (Terdaftar, basic grade) from the Ministry of Education Decree  No.088 / 0 /1989 . At the time, the capacity is still limited so that the enrolled student was still limited despite increased public interest.

1994

Four years later, in 1993, Architectural Department campus moved from Jl . Demangan Baru to Integrated Campus located in JI. Kaliurang Km. 14.4. Thus, the enrolment capacity ranging up to about 100 students. At almost the same time, by July 9th, 1994, the Higher Education Decree No. 193 / Dikti / Kep / 1994 was received by Department of Architecture for higher grade “Acknowledged” (Diakui, medium grade).

1995

By 1995, Architecture Department has been awarded as “Equivalent Program” (Disamakan, highest grade) through the Directorate General of Higher Education Decree No. 504 / Dikti / Kep / 1995 dated December 30th, 1995. The graded received was represent the highest level achievement at that time. The enrolled number of students was also increased significantly by an average of 150 students annually.

1998

In 1996, BAN PT, the accreditation system for higher education was introduced by the ministry. Architecture UII was among the first institutions to undergo the process and remarkably gained a success. The certificate of National Accreditation Board of Higher Education No. 00 788 / Ak – 1 / UIIAERNIII / 1998, was received by August 11th, 1998. Since then, the department is Accredited with B rating (good).

2003

Right after one period, BAN PT re-accreditation was commenced in 2003 and Department of Architecture UII was accredited and awarded by highest grade of A (excellent) by the accreditation certificate No. 05 362 / Ak – VI – S1-005 / UIIAER / III / 2003 dated March 12th, 2003. The accreditation score obtained as high as 373.26 points from the maximum of 400.

 

2008

By years of 2008, 2009 and 2010 the Department has been awarded numerous national Competitive Grant “A3” from the Directorate of Higher Education consecutively. The grant was dedicated for improvement on education infrastructure, curriculum as well as human resources. The total amount of the grant was 3,4 billion rupiahs.

2011-2013

The department won internal competitive grant consecutively from  2011, 2012 and 2013. The program proposed was (a) adaptation of academic structure and system towards international accreditation, (b) Development of teaching learning capacity based on Studio Culture and (C) Strengthen input-output policies based on international requirements. The total amount of the grant was 1,4 billion rupiahs.

2012

Internationalization of the program has begun since 2011. However, the fifth year program of 4+1 scheme, initially started in 2012 by establishment of PPAR (Architect Professional Program) as effort to comply the international standard of five year architectural education.  The department has developed the 2013 curriculum by adopting ten semesters scheme. The establishment was supported by Memorandum of Understanding with Indonesian Institute of Architects Architects

2013

Architecture Department once again has a success in 2013 for to be awarded by BAN PT a highest level accreditation grade of “A” by Certificate No. 237 / SK / BAN – PT / Ak – XVI / S / XI / 2013 dated November 22th, 2013. The grade point is 379 which is one of the highest scores of accreditation in Architectural education. The grade “A” shows that the performance of the institution Department of Architecture comprehensively excellent.

2014

The Department of Architecture offers two levels of architectural bachelor degree. The first, called Sarjana Strata 1 (S1) Teknik Arsitektur, is a 4 year program comparable to Bachelor in Architectural Engineering. The second, Pendidikan Profesi Arsitek (PPAR), is 1 year professional program. Both of the programs are accumulatively execute 4 + 1 scheme of complete architectural education. The PPAR endorsed by the Indonesian Institute of Architect IAI in 2014 to conform international standard of architectural education in providing architects eligible for licensure.

2016

Architecture Department UII is in the process to obtain international accreditation through KAAB and has received status as a candidate.

Matrikulasi Program

Understanding the School of Architecture

Education Quality Achievement

In January 2016, after some clarifications on the submission of Application of Candidacy Status for the Department of Architecture UII, KAAB finally granted the status of “Candidate”, which lead to the submission of this APR. However, the final note that accompanies the letter of acceptance suggests that UII needs to make a better explanation regarding the management of Professional Studio within the Professional Program for Architects (PPAr). Therefore, this chapter explains the progress of achievement in response to KAAB’s concerns on the management of Professional Studio 1 and 2. In addition it also describes other issues related to the changing of policies that affect both the undergraduate and PPAr programs.

The implementation of “in campus” studio for PPAr

As indicated in the UII’s application for Candidacy Status, Professional Studio 1 and 2 within the PPAr are conducted “off campus”. This method is a result of negotiations between UII and IAI (Ikatan Arsitek Indonesia – Indonesian Institute of Architects) of Yogyakarta Branch, prior to the commencement of PPAr because UII wanted its PPAr graduates to be granted the status of “Arsitek Muda” (Junior Architect). The process of professional certification is further described in Chapter 3. In response to the need of quality assurance in the studio supervision process, the management has decided to move the venue of Professional Studio 2 “in campus”. As a result, the Department of Architecture has set up an additional studio facility to accommodate the activities of Professional Studio 2, which has been running since this semester, beginning in March 2016.

The moving of Professional Studio 2 in campus does not change the basic concept of Professional Studio delivery, i.e., incorporating the real architectural project into studio exercises. Within the Professional Studio 2 students are required to work on projects delivered by architects. In other words, the management of PPAr has made some agreements with its partnering architects to bring their work into the studio to be done by students. By this methods, the supervision of students is conducted under the same nature as any other in campus studio, i.e., Architectural Design Studio 1 to 7 within the first 4 years of study (see Chapter 4), except that the projects assigned to the students are real. In other words, the supervision by project’s owner remains in effect. Students are required to consult periodically the progress of their accomplishment.

The exercise of “in-campus and off-campus studios” in this Department is not unique. A report of  Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ASCA) suggests that despite architecture schools in the United States and Canada must meet similar accreditation criteria, the programs are remarkably different especially in the attempt to introduce an ‘integrated’ professional experience’ in the education, i.e., a required co-op internship or off-campus experiences. Prior to the establishment of 4 + 1 program at UII about three years ago, the off campus internship was integrated with the 4 years curriculum of 2008 and before. However, since the modification of the curriculum in 2013 that led to the establishment of the 4+1 program (undergraduate plus PPAr), the previous co-op internship program was replaced by Professional Studio in the PPAr.

Adjusted structure of the PPAr

The introduction of “in campus” Professional Studio 2 has led to the adjustment of curriculum structure. Figure 2.1 shows the pre-2016 structure where both Professional Studio 1 and 2 were conducted off campus. The problem occurs in the second semester where Elective 2 has to be taken at the same time with Advanced Architectural Theory (AAT), because students have to wait until the end of the “off campus” Professional Studio. However, the starting time of AAT overlaps with half time of the “off campus” Professional Studio, which makes the proper supervision difficult to conduct because the students are not always available in campus. The structure depicted in Figure below also shows that there are only two elective courses offered. The students thus have no choices because taking two electives is mandatory.

 

Figure Pre-2016 structure of PPAr curriculum

In order to overcome such a problem, the “in campus” Professional Studio 2 has been introduced (see Figure below). This mode of delivery allows students to have a more controlled time in the studio than that of the previous structure (Figure above), because the mode of learning is the same as the previous studio learning they experienced during their first 4 years, i.e., Architectural Design Studio 1 to 7. In other words, the Elective 2 can be taken at the same time with Professional Studio 2, yet they can start the Advanced Architectural Theory before they fully complete the Professional Studio 2. In addition, the number of electives offered has been increased to 4, which gives more options and flexibility to the students to choose the electives according to their interests.

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Figure The current structure  of PPAr curriculum

Competence assessment for the granting of architect’s certificate

As discussed in Chapter 3, prior to the granting of certificate as “Arsitek Muda” (First Degree Architect) at the end of the PPAr, the students must attend an event called “Preliminary Verification and Validation”, which is intended to assure the quality of Professional Studio products before the are examined by LPJK (Lembaga Pengembangan Jasa Konstruksi – Agency of Construction Services Development). In previous years, this process was separated from the PPAr because by default, the granting of certificate is not part of university’s responsibility. However, starting this year (2016), the PPAr management has set up an agreement with both IAI (Institute of Architect Indonesia) and LPJK to integrate the process into PPAr. Figure 2.3 shows the flow of Competence Assessment, which ends with the granting of certificate. Further details on the process of certificate will be discussed in Chapter 3.

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Figure The flow of Certificate Granting (Note: IAI = Indonesian Architects Institute; LPJK = Agency of Construction Services Development)

Courses Contents

Contents of Courses  

The content of each courses are developed along six interrelated domains of knowledge: architectural design, communication,  architectural theories, technology, professionalism and character building. The level of competence to achieved in these domains of knowledge are: awareness, understanding, and ability.

Table: Course contents and SPC

Courses Name

Semester

Credit

Course Description

Student Performance Criteria

Evaluation Method

Principles of Islam

1

2

The initiative idea of this course as specific course in UII is based on UII statute on mukaddimah: in order to nurture leader who is able to reflect Islamic principles as modern principles which bring mercy—rakhmat—to all nation and human race. On Chapter II, article 7, it is confirmed that UII has objective: paragraph [1]:  nurturing experts and Moslem scholar who is devoted, noble, skilled, charitable knowledge and knowledgeable charity—berilmu amalia dan beramal ilmia—and paragraph [3]:  taking part in developing society and Republic of Indonesia to be equitable and prosperous according to Pancasila, UUD 1945 which are blessed by Allah SWT.

27

Ethics of Architects and Professional Obligation

Understanding of the ethics, responsibility and professional obligations to client and society.

Written Examination

English

1

2

English course for Architecture is a university course (local curriculum) which is given in odd semester in Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering and Planning, Universitas Islam Indonesia with 2 credits. This course invites students to realize the role of English usage in Architecture. Students are presented the ideas in Architecture using English to make them easier in understanding what Architects do, to train them in using English in real work place, and to make them comprehend the vocabularies related to Architecture.

Students are expected to be able to communicate their ideas in Architectures by effectively using both spoken and written English and in appropriate levels. Students are able to give effective oral presentation, write business letters, and passively communicate (reading and listening)

1

Oral and Literal Communication

Ability to communicate architectural ideas in writing and speech, and the ability to communicate in a foreign language

Evaluation on Students Project, Presentation, Written Examination

Mathematics

1

2

This course gives students ability to be able to determine and draw equation, circle, oval, and hyperbola either for 2D or 3D space. In addition, students will be able to calculate wide and volume of geometry.

19

Principles of Building Structural Engineering

Understanding of the basic theories and principles of force and building structure.

Evaluation on Students Project, Presentation, Written Examination

Introduction to Architecture

1

2

This course teaches students about how Architecture is defined. It can be seen between the connection of human and Architecture, which includes, psychological, social experience, philosophical and physical aesthetic. Besides, it also sees human as the creator of Architecture, which refers to formation of Architect as a job in traditional and industry society production system.  This is also considering that human is an Architecture-observant, which refers to the development of Architecture as a study with sub-study which includes history, theory and design method. In general, it prepares student to be in Architecture education way to comprehend their future as an Architect, which will contribute on environmental building.

3

Architecture, Science, Technology, and Fine Art

Understanding the relationship among architecture, science, technology, and fine art.

Evaluation on Students Project, Presentation, Written Examination

6

Architecture and Society

Understanding the relationship and mutual influence of history, society,

region and policy.

7

Human behaviour

Understanding theories and methodologies that identify the relationship between physical environment and human behavior.

8

Sustainable City and Architecture

Understanding the sustainability of city and architecture.

Architectural Drawing

1

4

This course has aim to train students’ basic skill in drawing and presenting architectural graphic by using various media and product. Learning objectives of this course are:

1. Basic shapes, covering elements of dot, line, texture, color, and shading;

2. Orthogonal Projection, covering cross section (floor plan and section), and elevation

3. Paraline drawings, covering axonometric projection; 4. Perceptual drawings, covering perspective; 5. Principles of graphic composition, covering proportion, scale, balance.

This course is completed by combining Bauhaus’ basics of architectural education especially in basic skill of drawing and introducing artistic expression concept in aesthetic fine arts, thus students will grow sensitivity towards material, color, spacial, and composition which are important in developing students’ basics of architecture planning.

2

Various means of expression

Ability to express architectural ideas appropriately by means of various

Evaluation of Students’ Project:
1) Architectural Sketch Module; 2) APREB Module; 3) drawing drafting module; which are used as exercise for students to enrich and strengthen their basic skill of drawing.

3

Architecture, Science, Technology, and Fine Art

Understanding of the relationship among architecture, science, technology, and fine art.

Building Material and Construction

1

4

This course discuss basic knowledge about local building material which are commonly used, covering discussion about process, standard and characteristic of building material, also material application as the basis of construction in structure system and building envelop. This course has objective to equip students to have initial knowledge to be able to design simple building based of building material and construction choice.

Building Material and Construction has strategic position in curriculum as basic knowledge in science and it is in accordance with vision and mission, it also becomes one of objectives of Department of Architecture UII which puts sustainable architecture with local wisdom.

25

Building Materials and Recycling

Understanding of the manufacturing process and application of building materials based on basic knowledge on characteristics of materials, traditional way of usage, material standards; as well as recyclability, maleficience; and other control measure of building materials.

Courses’ Standard Competency: Students comprehend types and characteristics of local building material, production method, and material application in cornerstone, stands, and shade as architectural and structure component or building unity.

Evaluation on Students Project, Presentation, Written Examination

15

Integration of Building Systems in Design

Understanding of building system and ist constituent elements such as building structure, building enevlope, composition of building mechanical and electrical service and other building components, and the ability to integrate them into his/her design.

Courses’ Standard Competency: Students comprehend principles of envelop components construction and system of simple structure based on its building constituents.

2

Various means of expression

Ability to express architectural ideas appropriately by means of various media such as sketch, model, drawing, writing and digital drawing.

Courses’ Standard Competency: Students have ability to explain method of material arrangement as united building component through model, sketch, and drawing.

Architectural Design Studio 1

1

4

This course emphasizes on architecture principle as an aesthetical composition and architectonic which is strengthen by inspiration from art work and nature.

2

Various means of expression

Ability to express architectural ideas appropriately by means of various

Evaluation of Students’ Project:
1) Architectural Sketch Compilation;
2) APREB (Architectural Presentation Board);
3) technical drawing compilation;

4) 3D model

5) Oral Presentation which are used as exercise for students to enrich and strengthen their basic skill of architectural design drawing.

03

Architecture, Science, Technology, and Fine Art

Understanding of the relationship among architecture, science, technology, and fine art.

09

Form and Spatial Organization

Understanding of the basic principles of 2D and 3D forms and design, architectural composition and ability to apply these principles to design a building.

Islamic Workship and Ethics

2

2

This course will explain aqidah, its relation to multi-culturalism happening in daily life along with its (iman) firm application (SPC KAAB No.  27) and also this material will give understanding of problem solving related to problems in aqidah and thought occurring and spreading in society (SPC KAAB No. 27)

The initiative idea of this course as specific course in UII is based on UII statute on mukaddimah: in order to nurture leader who is able to reflect Islamic principles as modern principles which bring mercy—rakhmat—to all nation and human race. On Chapter II, article 7, it is confirmed that UII has objective: paragraph [1]:  nurturing experts and Moslem scholar who is devoted, noble, skilled, charitable knowledge and knowledgeable charity—berilmu amalia dan beramal ilmia—and paragraph [3]:  taking part in developing society and Republic of Indonesia to be equitable and prosperous according to Pancasila, UUD 1945 which are blessed by Allah SWT.

27

Ethics of Architects and Professional Obligation

Understanding of the ethics, responsibility and professional obligations to client and society.

Presentation, Written Examination

Site Planning

2

4

Site planning course is conducted by semi studio system, with the purpose as follows:

Site understanding with logic and site sensitivity in a whole and accordance, includes topography, hydrographic and potency of environment in site.

Basic ability of land development and basic knowledge of architectural design related to site, which is appropriate to character function and its site.

In order to reach those goals, site planning course should be supported by:

Survey site module

Complete site survey equipment which can be accessed by student.

Site excursion is needed in several session of class.   

9

Form and Spatial Organization

Understanding of the basic principles of 2D and 3D forms and design architectural composition and ability to apply these principles to design a building.

Evaluation on Students Project, Presentation, Written Examination

10

Analysis and Programming

Ability to collect various information and precedents related to architectural design problem and to write a program based on the result of the analysis.

11

Historical and Cultural Context of a Site

Ability to extract a design concept based on the understanding of the various historical and cultural context of a site; analyze and evaluate them systemically; and apply them concretely in their project.

12

Site Preparation

Ability to formulate a design concept based on the understanding of the cultural and historical context of a site, systematically analyze and assess the acquired data and information acquired, and implement the findings into the design resolution.

13

Barrier Free Design

Ability of design a building to meet the various requirements of diverse building users including elderly, the infirm, and handicapped/disability.

22

Environment Control System

Understanding of the basic principles of the environment system and the assessment method of thermal, light, sound, environment and energy management.

28

Project Carry out and Role of Architects

Understanding of the role of architects, such as leadership, collaboration and coordination that are required in all the stages of design process.

Sustainable Architecture

4

2

Sustainable Architecture Course involves sustainability of architecture design including ecological, social, and technical values. This course equips the students with science and architecture based on sustainable environment. It aims to provide the students with understanding of ecological values, social acceptance in accordance with economic/technical feasibility during designing process. Those can be used to support various elements in one ecosystem. This course supports Design Architecture Course 4-7. It is also relevant with SPC KAAB number 8 (Sustainable City and Architecture), 16 (Design of Addition/Alternation, Repair, and Maintenance), 21 (Sustainable Means of Environment Control), and 25 (Building Materials and Recycling).

8

Sustainable City and Architecture

Understanding of the sustainability of city and architecture.

Courses’ Competency:
Students are able to understand the city structure and its problems in correlation with sustainable environment.

Evaluation on Students Project, Presentation, Written Examination

16

Design of Addition/Alternation, Repair, and Maintenance

Ability to assess and make changes or maintain the form or functions of existing buildings to renovate, rebuild, remodel and/or repair.

Courses’ Competency:
Students are able to understand Sustainable Construction in renovation, rebuild, remodel and/or repair.

21

Sustainable Means of Environment Control

Understanding of sustainable means of environment control and cyclic process of nature.

Courses’ Competency:
Students are able to understand environmental issues related to global warming, tropical climate characters and local wisdom principles.

25

Building Materials and Recycling

Understanding of the manufacturing process and application of building materials based on the basic knowledge on characteristics of materials, building components, traditional way of usage, material standards; as well as recyclability, maleficence, and other control measure of building materials.

Courses’ Competency:
Students are able to understand waste management and domestic waste, materials and hazardous waste (B3), and material and waste recycle process.

Housing Studies

3

2

Housing Studies is a 2 credits compulsory course which aims to equip students with basic knowledge to understand basic principles of housing construction. Learning materials are related to three main variables, i.e. 1) problem identification and urban development phenomenon, and their effects to the housing development (SPC 17); 2) human behaviors such as crowd, adaptation, and territories consideration (SPC 07); and policy/housing programs which have been applied (SPC 06). This learning process is conducted by applying 3 techniques, i.e. lecture, group discussion, and exercise. The final score represents learning outcome taken from the recapitulation of the attendance, learning exercise, mid semester test, and final exam score.

17

Design of Architecture and City

Understanding of the basic principles of housing design, urban design, and urban planning. Ability to critically assess city and urban planning and utilize the outcomes in the design process.

The identification of urban development problems and phenomena, and their effects upon housing development.

Evaluation on Students Project, Presentation, Written Examination

07

Human Behavior

Understanding of theories and methodologies that identify the relationship between physical environment and human behavior

Human behaviors: crowd, adaptation, and territories consideration.

06

Architecture and Society

Understanding of the relationship and mutual influence of history, society, region, and policy

Variety of Housing program policy: old order, new order, and reform era.

Thermal Environmental Control

2

2

Learning objectives of this course is to give students an understanding of the basic principles, evaluation, and recommendations as design guidance to controlling thermal environment of the building. Urgency of this course is to provide a basic understanding of how to achieve thermal performance of architectural space that suit to space thermal qualities desired through the understanding of the basic principles, evaluation to the thermal environment control of room. This understanding is very important in terms of the achievement of Learning Outcomes program in Building Science and Technology Laboratory. This competency will support throughout the entire Design Studio Course and final project, particularly for Design Studio 3.

22

Environment Control Systems

Understanding of the basic principles and assessment methods of environmental control systems including thermal, lighting, acoustical systems, and  energy management.

Students can understand the basic principles and can evaluate air and thermal quality.

Students can formulate recommendation for thermal and air quality controlling of the building.

Evaluation on Students Project, Presentation, Written Examination

21

Sustainable Means of Environment Control

Understanding of sustainable means of environment control and cyclical process of nature

Students can understand the principles of passive environmental thermal control.

3

Architecture, Science, Technology, and Fine Art

Understanding of the relationship among architecture, science, technology and fine art

Students can understand roles and relationship between science and technology related to the room thermal quality with architecture.  

7

Human behavior

Understanding of theories and methodologies that identify the relationship between physical environment and human behaviour.

Students can understand the role and relationship between room thermal quality with human behaviour.

Principle of Building Structure

2

4

Learning objectives of this course is to give students understanding of principles and basic concepts of structure that will be used in the next structure courses. Material of this course includes knowledge of statistic and structure elements behavior and material strength. The topics of this course consist of basic concept of force and moment, load and its effect to element or structure system in equilibrium condition, material behavior, and geometry sectional properties of structural elements. Intuitive understanding of concept will be encouraged by demonstration in class and laboratory, completed with student logical analytical ability developed by weekly examination and classroom review. ‘Rule of thumb’ of structure predesigning includes selecting, configuration and dimentional estimation. Topic of Geometric is given in the end of lecture.

19

Principles of Building of Structural Engineering

Understanding of the basic theories and principles of forces and building structure.

Evaluation on Students Project, Presentation, Written Examination

20

Structural System

Understanding of various systems of building system structure

Architectural Design Studio 2

2

4

This course is given in 2nd semesters with 2 credits. Learning objectives of this course is to develop student’s ability in small scale architecture designing as spatial and tectonic composition to accommodate simple function and usage in generic real site context. This ability is a development of architectonic aesthetic composition principles given in Architectural Design Studio 1. This ability will be developed for more complex function and site in Architectural Design Studio 3. This course, also, have target to create graduates that have capability to respond social and environmental issues by doing intervention to site in marginal environment.

1

Oral and Literal Communication

Ability to communicate architectural ideas in writing and speech, and the ability to communicate in a foreign language.

Students are able to give oral and literal presentation as well communicate it in English.

Evaluation of Students’ Project:
1) Architectural Sketch Compilation;
2) APREB (Architectural Presentation Board);
3) technical drawing compilation;

4) 3D model

5) Oral Presentation which are used as exercise for students to enrich and strengthen their basic skill of architectural design drawing.

2

Various Means of Expression

Ability to express architectural ideas appropriately by means of various media such as sketch, model, drawing, writing and digital drawing

Students are able to  express informative  architectural ideas in sketches, manual engineering drawing, writing, 3D drawing,  and presentation board

3

Architecture, Science, Technology and Fine Art

Understanding of the relationship among architecture, science, technology and fine art.

Students are able to understand the relationship between architecture and technology through the application of the basic tectonic composition using simple materials.

9

Form and Spatial Organization

Understanding of the basic principles of 2D and 3D forms and design, architectural composition and ability to apply these principles to design a building.

Students are able to understand the principles of basic shape, 2D and  3D architecture composition design, and also explore simple anthropometric and applicate it to building architecture tectonic.  

Islamic Leadership Studies

3

2

This course is expected to pass the students who has competence(learning outcomes, LO) as follow:

Able to comprehend critically in term of definition and basic leadership principle, both in Islamic and Western perspective (LO1),

Able to comprehend critically the historic reality of Islamic leadership in Classic period, after Classic to contemporary as well as issues within it. (LO2),

Able to comprehend critically the ideal character of a leader in general or in Syar’I perspective. (LO3),

Able to know and able to apply skill and strategy of a leader in an organization, includes communication and strategy of organization management, negotiation technique and conflict management. (LO4),

Able to comprehend critically the reality of national leadership in Indonesia, both in formal or informal leadership. (LO5).

6

Architecture and Society

Understanding of the relationship and mutual influence of history, society,region, and policy.

Presentation, Written Examination

27

Ethics of Architects and Professional Obligation

Understanding of the ethics, responsibility and professional obligations to client and society.

28

Project Carry out and Role of Architects

Understanding of the role of architects, such as leadership, collaboration and coordination that are required in all the stages of design process.

Architectural Lighting

2

2

Learning objectives of this course is to give students basic understanding of how to achieve, engineer, and control lighting to create comfortable condition and visual performance in architectural spaces. This understanding is important to the students in accordance with the vision and mission of the department that is to produce graduates that have commitment to environment preservation, social issues, and environment issues. Generally, the competency of this course will be asset to support other design studio courses and final project, especially for Architecture Design Studio 3. Main topics of this course consist of light physical principles, relationship of light and architecture, visual performance and visual comfort, relationship of light and culture, color of light, lighting technology, lighting technique, and artificial lighting design.

3

Architecture, Science, Technology and Fine Art

Understanding of the relationship among architecture, science, technology and fine art

Students are able to understand role and technology of light to determine architecture quality.

Evaluation on Students Project, Presentation, Written Examination

7

Human Behaviour

Understanding of theories and methodologies that identify the relationship between physical environment and human behavior.

Students are able to understand theory of relationship between human behavior and lighting.

21

Sustainable means of Environment Control

Understanding of sustainable means of environment control and cyclic process of nature.

Students are able to understand the sustainability aspect of lighting control.

22

Environment Control System

Understanding of the basic principles of the environment system and the assessment method of thermal, light, sound, environment and energy management.

Students are able to understand the basic principles of environment system related to lighting.

Students are able to evaluate and propose generic recommendation.

Building Information Modelling

3

4

This course aims to make students able to present a three-dimensional model presentation as well as prepare a document image with more structured information. Learning process is in the form of discussion and problem solving practice or case study in a simple building. This subject becomes one of supporting subjects for competence of graduate study program which is based on Architectural Studies Program curriculum that is included in 24% of scientific and skill course and held in the digital architecture practice room with a small class of maximum25 students. After participating in this course, students are expected to be able to present better and structured architectural ideas through the media of computing, especially Building Information Modeling to then be applied in group of integrated design course in the ongoing and next semester.

2

Various means of expression

Ability to express architectural ideas appropriately by means of various media such as sketch, model, drawing, writing, and digital drawing.

Able to do design drawing in digital form and able to present it.

Evaluation on Students Project, Presentation, BIM model

24

Application of Computer Technology

Understanding of the utilization and application of computer technology in the design process including, for instance, a Building Information Modelling  system.

Able to use computer in Building Information Modeling-basis for two storey building and present it in a more structured information.

Integrated Building Engineering

5

4

Integrated Building Engineering will emphasizes on the activity of design utility system on midle-level building which is integrated with structure system and other building element by learning building utility theories, standard of utility and building safety as well as studying about several building that has been built. This is aimed for students to not only understand and comprehend the integration, but also able to apply it directly to a design building. The learning process is designed to give experience for students about building utility theories, standard of utility and safety building as well as its application in design of building.  This course is in line with department’s vision and missions related to graduates who comprehend the process of technical design and structure integration and infrastructure become a united function that effective and aware towards user’s safety and preservation of targeted environment.

23

Building Service Systems

Understanding of  basic principles and selection of appropriate building service.

Students are able to comprehend and apply the basic principle of advance utility system, including mechanical system, electrical, communication and protection from disaster.

Evaluation on Students Project, Presentation, Written Examination

15

Integration of Building System in Design

Understanding of a building system and its constituent elements such as building structure, building envelope, composition of building, mechanical and electrical service and other building components, and the ability to integrate them into his/her design.

Students are able to comprehend and apply the utility system integration with other building element such as building structure and building envelope

25

Building Materials and Recycling

Understanding of the manufacturing process and application of building material based on the basic knowledge on characteristics of materials, building components, traditional way of usage, material standards : as well as recyclability, maleficence, and other control measure to building material.

Students are able to comprehend the characteristic of material and its application to the related building with utility system and building safety.

Building Structure System 1

3

4

This course is aimed to give understanding about basic concepts of building structure which influences shape development and architectural space, so that the graduates are able to choose and apply it in architecture design. This course also gives knowledge as a whole about building structure system, background of structure principle, as well as able to choose the use of architectural concept and present it in planning and design document.

20

Structural System

Understanding of various systems of building structure system and their application in design.

Comprehend and able to choose various kind of building structure system to middle-level building

Evaluation on Students Project, Presentation, Written Examination

19

Principles of Building Structural Engineering

Understanding of the basic theories and principles of forces and building structure.

Comprehend the basic principles of various kind of building structure system.

15

Integration of Building Systems in Design

Understanding of a building system and its constituent elements such as building structure, building envelop, composition of building mechanical and electrical service and other building components, and the ability to integrate them into his/her design.

Comprehend the part and relation of sub-structure building elements, main structure, building envelope, non-structural elements.

25

Building Materials and Recycling

Understanding of the manufacturing process and application of building

materials based on the basic knowledge on characteristics of materials, building components, traditional way of usage, material standards; as well as recyclability, maleficence, and other control measure of building materials.

Comprehend the material of building as well as its application in building elements.

02

Various means of expression

Ability to express architectural ideas appropriately by means of various media such as sketch, model, drawing, writing, and digital drawing.

Comprehend the main work image in architecture design.

Architectural Design Studio 3

3

6

Architectural Design Studio 3  is a continuation of Architectural Design 2 with 6 credits. It offers building case with residential function in natural site with specific character.

Problem that needs to be overcomed is the achievement of residential activity needs and utilization of site potential – the natural environment. Thus there needs to be a study of character of subject, character of activities that will be accommodated and potential natural environment site which is utilized as basic consideration of future planning; spatial form and its order with air duct consideration, natural exposure, anthropometry, comfort of motion and structure of the election (the top, middle and bottom) and basic infrastructure.

Students are able to design a group of small-scale building, consist of 1-2 floors with standard pattern activity and various users.
In natural setting, specific character accurately use the frame structure system with architectonic forms of diversity which is a combination of natural building materials and simple fabrication infrastructure (clean water, electricity, and drainage) by taking into account the principle of sustainability which utilize  the potential of climate site and other physical environments with focus on solving design problems naturally.

2

02. Various means of expression

Ability to express architectural ideas appropriately by means of various media such as sketch, model, drawing, writing, and digital drawing.

Students are able to conduct final presentation and able to present the result of design idea effectively. (APREB, oral and verbal)

Evaluation of Students’ Project:
1) Architectural Sketch Compilation;
2) APREB (Architectural Presentation Board);
3) technical drawing compilation;

4) 3D model

5) Oral Presentation which are used as exercise for students to enrich and strengthen their skill of architectural design drawing.

7

07. Human behavior

.

Understanding of theories and methodologies that identify the relationship between physical environment and human behavior

Students are able to design a layout of building and tentative solution for spatial component and building that embodies a simple activity with activity pattern and various users which are diverse in the context of natural element that stands out and contoured.

Students are able to design organization of spatial building which accommodates the simple pattern of activity and diverse users.

9

Form and Spatial Organization

Understanding of the basic principles of 2D and 3D forms and design, architectural composition and ability to apply these principles to design a building

Students are able to design a geometric composition with organizing the shape and space consistently and creatively based on concepts or design assumption that have been identified previously.

12

Site Preparation

Ability to formulate a design concept based on the understanding of the cultural and historical context of a site, systematically analyze and assess the acquired data and information acquired, and implement the findings into the design resolution.

Students are able to engineered site and building as well as its component for conciliating site constraint and potential naturally (climate, light, vegetation, topographic, including contours and components of landscape with specific character (seaside or mountainous areas) with demands of internal (program space and organization of space) precisely.

22

Environment Control Systems

Understanding of the basic principles of the environment system and the assessment method of thermal, light, sound, environment and energy management.

Students are able to assess the proper design based on the performances, thermal, light and specific green design criteria.

Civic Education

7

2

Course of State Philosophy is included in the group of personality development courses. This course has 2 credits.

Learning objectives of this course is to give students understanding of:

– Historicity; as a nation that respects the history of the nation, the life of the nation is never separated from the values that have been instilled by the founding fathers.

– Cultural; as a nation that has cultural roots and values, then we must have a solid foundation so that the cultural identity of the nation will not extinct throughout the eras.

– Juridical; in the college statutes, written the need of preservation for the values of state philosophy.

Urgency of this course is that students are able to explain and reflect the ideological-philosophical basis in their respective fields of study.

7

Human behavior

Understanding of theories and methodologies that identify the relationship between physical environment and human behavior.

Competency:

The students can explain and reflect the ideological-philosophical basis in their respective fields of study

Evaluation on Students Project, Presentation, Written Examination

27

Ethics of Architects and Professional Obligation

Understanding of the ethics, responsibility and professional obligations to client and society.

Competency:

The students can understand the principles of good and responsible citizenship, based on the values of state philosophy.

History and Theory of Architecture

4

4

This course was designed so that students are able to analyze the development of modern architecture as an effort to determine the new relationship with nature and culture. This course also study the spectrum of architecture theory thematically that hopefully can stimulate student critical thought by connecting contemporary phenomenon with theoretical references and the past. This course is designed as a “basic literature” to understand architecture more comprehensively that leads to a higher quality design. To develop the critical thinking on this course, studies and discussions carried out by the students to be the main teaching method.

3

Architecture, Science, Technology, and Fine Art

Understanding of the relationship among architecture, science, technology, and fine art.

Evaluation on Students Project, Presentation, Written Examination

4

World History of Architecture and Tradition

Understanding of architectural history of the world and the diversity of tradition.

5

History of Indonesian Architecture and Tradition?

Understanding of the unique philosophy of Indonesian architecture and cultural tradition. ?

6

Architecture and Society?

Understanding of the relationship and mutual influence of history, society, region, and policy. ?

Indonesian Architecture

4

4

Indonesian Arsitektur course is given in 4th semesters as an input for Architecture Design Studio 5 that focuses on the design development contains the high local culture values. Indonesian Architecture refered to the grown architecture of Indonesia varies on their local diversity or interaction influences with various world civilizations that studied based on the aspects of tectonic, form, space, and meaning. Indonesian Architecture aims to support the institution vision and mission to develop sensitivity towards socio-cultural context, especially in Indonesian context.

4

World History of Architecture and Tradition

Understanding of architectural history of the world and the diversity of tradition.

Evaluation on Students Project, Presentation, Written Examination

5

History of Indonesian Architecture and Tradition

Understanding of the unique philosophy of Indonesian architecture and cultural tradition.

6

Architecture and Society

Understanding of the relationship and mutual influence of history, society, region, and policy.

Building Structure System 2

4

2

Building Structural System II is a course in the scope of science and building technology that is taught in fourth semester with 2 credits and supports the course of  ADS 5 upwards. This course is intended to provide an understanding of the basic concepts of advanced building structure which affects the development of architectural form, so that graduates are able to select and apply it to the concept of architectural design. This course gives basic knowledge about structural system of wide building, tall building, its basic principles of structure in general; so the students are able to select them in using architectural concepts.

20

Structural System

Understanding of various systems of building structure system and their application in design.

Evaluation on Students Project (technical drawing and/or maquette model), Presentation, Written Examination

19

Principles of Building Structural Engineering

Understanding of the basic theories and principles of forces and building structure.

25

Building Materials and Recycling

Understanding of the manufacturing process and application of building

materials based on the basic knowledge on characteristics of materials, building components, traditional way of usage, material standards; as well as recyclability, maleficence, and other control measure of building materials.

Architecture Design Studio 4

4

6

This course is given in 4th semesters with 6 credits and were included in the coursesgroup of Expertise in Work. In the constellation of the curriculum 2013, this course sequence with Architectural Design Studio 3as its pre-requisite, and as a pre-requisite for Architectural Design Studio 5 with a passing score of at least C.Urgency Architectural Design Studio 4 is the emphasis of contextual design of the built environment to the urban site location as a translation of the vision and mission of department of architecture in excellence character based on Indonesia’s urban context, commitment to the built environment that responds to the social patterns of urban, and design-based professional.

After passing this course, students are able to design a simple mix-use building on the site covering an area of 900 to 1500m2, medium-sized buildings, consisting of 3-4 floors which accommodate the spatial complexity of public buildings that respond to the social needs of local communities with large numbers of users. The result of this course is to design a building with a geometric composition that responds to the pattern of the structure in an urban area, its structure and infrastructure system, with control of the artificial environment.

2
Various means of expression
Ability to express architectural ideas appropriately by means of various media such as sketch, model, drawing, writing, and digital drawing.

Evaluation of Students’ Project:
1) Architectural Sketch Compilation;
2) APREB (Architectural Presentation Board);
3) technical drawing compilation;

4) 3D model

5) Oral Presentation which are used as exercise for students to enrich and strengthen their skill of architectural design drawing.

9
Form and Spatial Organization
Understanding of the basic pronciples of 2D and 3D forms and design, architectural composition and ability to apply these principles to design a building
10
Analysis and Programming
Ability to collect various information and precedents related to architectural design problem and to write a program based on the result of the analysis

12

Site Preparation
Ability to formulate a design concept based on on the understanding of the cultural and historical context of a site, systematically analyze and assess the acquired data and information acquired, and implement the findings into the deign resolution.

13

Barrier Free Design
Ability of design a building to meet the various requirement of diverse building users including elderly, the infirm, and handicapped/ dissability.

14

Safety, Fire Protection and Emergency Egress
Ability to design a safe building based on the basic principles of building safety, fire protection and security and in consideration of safety of human life, evacuation, and/or emergency egress

18

Integrated Design
Understanding of a building system and its constituent elements such as building structure, building envelop, composition of building mechanical and electrical service and other building components, and the ability to integrate them into his/her design.

22

Environment Control Systems
Understanding of the basic principles of the enviroment system and the assessment method of thermal, light, sound, environment, and energy management

Islamic Civilization and Thought

4

2

Learning objectives of this course is to give students an understanding of basic thought principles in development of islamic civilization. Based on Sanaky, 2006, “Islamic civilization is part of the islamic culture, which includes aspects of life such as moral, art, science, and also technology system, building art, fine art, state system, general knowledge” .

Urgency of this course is to give basic understanding of the development of Islamic thought, including thought evolution in society activity, from simple basic needs to  ideas of complex function, then evolved on the relationships of traditional values that exist in various areas when Islam spread to a wide area, to the thought related to ideas of symbolic aesthetic needs. From here, its clear that islamic thought and civilization have strong relationship with science of architecture.

4

World History of Architecture and Tradition

Understanding of architectural history of the world and the diversity of tradition.

Students are able to understand the history of Islam in various area and understand its various tradition.

Evaluation on Students Project, Presentation, Written Examination

6

Architecture and Society

Understanding of the relationship and mutual influence of history, society, region, and policy.

Students are able to understand relationship and thoughts that influence each other between Islamic civilization area.

7

Human behaviour

Understanding of theories and methodologies that identify the relationship between physical environment and human behavior.

Understanding the relationship between activity container with the thought and behavior of Islamic societies.

Writing Techniques

5

2

Writing techniques geared to students in order to write the correct techniques and layout, attractive and communicative by using media E-Journal and local architectural potential as a topic of the revised paper. Lesson material related to the organization of scientific writing, Bahasa Indonesia, citation  techniques  and presentation techniques. This lesson is expected to be achieved through five ways: lectures, consultative, group discussions, individual writing exercises, and an oral presentation to the class.  Learning outcomes is in the form of two papers, namely precedent paper and  case paper (revised paper) of 1500 words and oral presentation document in powerpoint

1

Oral and Literal Communication

Ability to communicate architectural ideas in writing and speech, and the ability to communicate in a foreign language.

Presentation, Evaluation on paper of academic writing project

Design Thinking

5

4

Students who have taken this course are expected to comprehend the definition of design, five key words of design, map of design process, design method, programming, and formulate problem of architecture. Furthermore, students are able to present mind map which included ideas and reasons of choosing a design method on their thesis (Bachelor Final Project) in English. This course is expected to be able to support students in writing Bachelor Final Project Report.

1

Oral and Literal Communication

Ability to communicate architectural ideas in writing and speech, and the ability to communicate in a foreign language

Evaluation on Students Project, Presentation, Written Examination

10

Analysis and Program Writing

Ability to collect various information and precedents related to architectural design problem and to write a program based on the result of the analysis.  

Professional Practice

5

4

The aim of this course is for student able to comprehend professional Architect ethic (Ethic profession, IAI), understand and comprehend on how the relationship between architect and user (standard IAI). Student comprehends the type of design delivery options, design phase, standard of architect works (AIA, IAI,PU/Kimprasiwil), project operations, working organization structure and project teams, construction document, drafting job offering of bidding and negotiation, labor contract documents and guideline of standard fee, attempt to seeking the Project, legal aspects which are associated since from: project bidding, the initial process of design to post-design.

After participating in this course, student is expected to comprehend the process and procedure of design, guideline of architect in practice professionally as well as regulation and law and standards related to building implementation.

26

Construction Procedure and Construction Management

Understanding of construction procedure and construction mangement to effectively facilitate physical, human and technical resources within a local context.

Presentation, Written Examination

28

Project Carry out and role of Architects

Understanding of the role of architects, such as leadership, collaboration and coordination that required an all stage of design process.

29

Building Code and Regulation

Understanding of construction laws and regulations related to public safety and welfare, property rights, building codes and regulation, design, construction and practice, and the legal responsibility and liability of architects.

Building Performance Evaluation

6

2

The urgency of the course is to equip students with complete understanding of building evaluation aspects which are related to conservation and preservation. After accomplishing the course, the students will understand evaluation principles of the building process from planning, designing, constructing, supervising, and building utilizing of either recent or old building process. It also discusses the building evaluation related to potential disaster areas especially earthquake. The essence of the course is in accordance with SPC KAAB number 16 and 28.  

28

Project Carry out and Role of Architects

Understanding of the role of architects, such as leadership, collaboration and coordination that are required in all the stages of design process.

Understanding evaluation system in all steps of the building construction process.

Presentation, Written Examination

16

Design of Addition/Alternation, Repair, and Maintenance

Ability to assess and make changes or maintain the form or functions of existing buildings to renovate, rebuild, remodel and/or repair.

Understanding preservation and conservation principles of existing building and environment.

Architectural Design Studio 5

5

6

Architecture Design Studio 5 is one of the main design courses which are given in fifth semester. This Design Studio is focused on application of history and cultural value in public facility building design which related to local physical environment and social. This course is conducted with studio system which is equipped by laboratory test.

2

Various means of expression

Ability to express architectural ideas appropriately by means of various Media such as sketch, model, drawing, writing, and digital drawing.

Evaluation of Students’ Project:
1) Architectural Sketch Compilation;
2) APREB (Architectural Presentation Board);
3) technical drawing compilation;

4) 3D model

5) Oral Presentation which are used as exercise for students to enrich and strengthen their skill of architectural design drawing.

5

History of Indonesian Architecture and Tradition

Understanding of the unique philosophy of Indonesian architecture and Cultural tradition.

6

Architecture and Society

Understanding of the relationship and mutual influence of history, society, Region, and policy.

7

Human behaviour

Understanding of theories and methodologies that identify the relationship between physical environment and human behavior.

11

Historical and Cultural Context of a Site

Ability to extract a design concept based on the understanding of the various historical and cultural context of a site; analyze and evaluate them systemically; and apply them concretely in their project.

15

Integration of Building Systems in Design

Understanding of a building system and its constituent elements such as building structure, building envelop, composition of building mechanical and electrical service and other building components, and the ability to integrate them into his/her design.

20

Structural System

Understanding of various systems of building structure system and their application in design.

Building Infrastructure

3

2

Building Infrastructure course is a course which goes deep into infrastructure and safety of low-rise building. It is given on the third semester with 2 credits and it gives contribution to Integrated Building Engineering course and Intermediate Architecture Design course

This course is relevant with science competency and building technology with environmental sustainability basis. With this course, it is expected that the students comprehend the principles of network system infrastructure, principles of security and safety, and universal transportation in low-rise building as needed.

13

Barrier Free Design

Ability of design a building to meet the various requirement of diverse building users including elderly, the infirm, and handicapped/disability.

Students are able to comprehend horizontal, vertical, and diagonal universal transportation in low-rise building.

 

14

Safety, Fire Protection and Emergency Egress

Ability to design a safe building based on the basic principles of building safety, fire protection and security and in consideration of safety of human life, evacuation, and/or emergency egress.

Students are able to comprehend security and safety principles in low-rise building as needed.

23

Building Service Systems

Understanding of the basic principles and selection of appropriate building

service systems such as mechanical, electrical, communication, and disaster protection system.

Students are able to comprehend the principles of network infrastructure system in low-rise building as needed.

State Philosophy

2

2

Course of State Philosophy is included in the group of personality development courses. This course has 2 credits.

Learning objectives of this course is to give students understanding of:  Historicity; as a nation that respects the history of the nation, the life of the nation is never separated from the values that have been instilled by the founding fathers. Cultural; as a nation that has cultural roots and values, then we must have a solid foundation so that the cultural identity of the nation will not extinct throughout the eras; Juridical; in the college statutes, written the need of preservation for the values of state philosophy.

Urgency of this course is that students are able to explain and reflect the ideological-philosophical basis in their respective fields of study.

7

Human behavior

Understanding of theories and methodologies that identify the relationship between physical environment and human behavior.

 

27

Ethics of Architects and Professional Obligation

Understanding of the ethics, responsibility and professional obligations to client and society.

Introduction to Urban  Design

6

4

This course is offered in 6th semester, as perquisite course for students to take Architectural Design Studio (ADS) 7.  In general, this course has an objective to support students’ competency in architecture designing by considering urban space and introducing substantial theory and urban design procedure.  Students are introduced to urban development in both eastern and western world by giving knowledge them about urban morphology, elements of urban shaping, urban problems, and concepts of urban design. Thus, students are expected to be able to understand and analyze the urban problems in order to train them to be capable in urban designing using approach related to ADS 7.

6

Architecture and Society

Understanding of the relationship and mutual influence of history, society,

region, and policy.

 

8

Sustainable City and Architecture

Understanding of the sustainability of city and architecture.

17

Design of Architecture and City

Understanding of the basic principles of the housing design, urban planning, and urban design; and ability to critically assess city and urban planning and to utilize the outcomes in the design process.

29

Building Code and Regulation

Understanding of construction laws and regulations related to public safety and welfare, property rights, building codes and regulations, design, construction and practice, and the legal responsibility and liability of architects.

Academic Writing

6

4

Academic Writing is a 4 credits compulsory course and offered in 6th semester. It contributes towards Student Final Projects, Proyek Akhir Sarjana (PAS) , and becomes pre requisite for student final project course in fast track program.

Academic Writing aims to equip the students with the skills necessary for analyzing theme/phenomenon/hypothesis/theory in architecture and explaining them in a scientifically accountable structured report.

1

Oral dan Literal Communication

Ability to communicate architectural ideas in writing and speech, and the ability to communicate in a foreign language

 

10

Analysis and Programming

Ability to collect various information and precedents related to architectural design problem and  to write a program based on the result of the analysis.

Architectural Design Studio 6

6

8

The urgency of this course is giving students basic comprehension and skill in design integrated building which consists of two to five floors and has the characteristics of particular standard modular. Building design must demonstrate cost control (analysis and cost estimation) and modern technology in building envelope which is also to gain control of the environment. The process of design is a collaborative work between students and experts.  Students must demonstrate the ability to produce professional project documents (tender documents). This course also requires intensive studio collaboration as a professional work and Building Information Modeling (BIM) lab simulations

1

Oral and Literal Communication

Ability to communicate architectural ideas in writing and speech, and the ability to communicate in a foreign language.

Evaluation of Students’ Project:
1) Architectural Sketch Compilation;
2) APREB (Architectural Presentation Board);
3) technical drawing compilation;

4) 3D model

5) Oral Presentation which are used as exercise for students to enrich and strengthen their skill of architectural design drawing.

2

Various means of expression

Ability to express architectural ideas appropriately by means of various media such as sketch, model, drawing, writing, and digital drawing.

9

Form and Spatial Organization

Understanding of the basic principles of 2D and 3D forms and design, architectural composition and ability to apply these principles to design a building.

13

Barrier Free Design

Ability of design a building to meet the various requirements of diverse building users including elderly, the infirm, and handicapped/disability.

14

Safety, Fire Protection and Emergency Egress

Ability to design a safe building based on the basic principles of building safety, fire protection and security and in consideration of safety of human life, evacuation, and/or emergency egress.

15

Integration of Building Systems in Design

Understanding of a building system and its constituent elements such as building structure, building envelop, composition of building mechanical and electrical service and other building components, and the ability to integrate them into his/her design.

18

Integrated Design

Ability to assess the various elements and components that constitute a building necessary in all the design stages; to integrate them into a design of a building; and to produce a design document with a critical explanation.

23

Building System Service

Understanding of the basic principles and selection of appropriate building

service systems such as mechanical, electrical, communication, and disaster protection system.

24

Application of Computer Technology

Understanding of the utilization and application of computer technology in the design process including, for instance, a building information modeling system.

25

Building Materials and Recycling

Understanding of the manufacturing process and application of building

materials based on the basic knowledge on characteristics of materials, building components, traditional way of usage, material standards; as well as recyclability, maleficence, and other control measure of building materials.

28

Project Carry out and Role of Architects

Understanding of the role of architects, such as leadership, collaboration and coordination that are required in all the stages of design process.

Architectural Design Studio 7

7

8

This course is designed to provide students in order to follow design process comprehensively which will supports institution’s mission in learning process so that students are able to contributes in improving the quality for future. To be more substantial, this course discuses theory and practice of design of built-environment in the urban context, through learning process and studio teaching which gives opportunity in intensive coaching and collaboration. The goal of this course is making students able to compile proposal of built environment design.

2

Various means of expression

Ability to express architectural ideas appropriately by means of various media such as sketch, model, drawing, writing, and digital drawing.

Evaluation of Students’ Project:
1) Architectural Sketch Compilation;
2) APREB (Architectural Presentation Board);
3) technical drawing compilation;

4) 3D model

5) Oral Presentation which are used as exercise for students to enrich and strengthen their skill of architectural design drawing.

8

Sustainable City and Architecture

Understanding of the sustainability of city and architecture.

10

Analysis and Programing

Ability to collect various information and precedents related to architectural design problem and to write a program based on the result of the analysis.

11

Historical and Cultural Context of a Site

Ability to extract a design concept based on the understanding of the various historical and cultural context of a site; analyze and evaluate them systemically; and apply them concretely in their project.

16

Design of Addition/ Alternation, Repair, and Maintenance

Ability to assess and make changes or maintain the form or functions of existing buildings to renovate, rebuild, remodel and/or repair.

17

Design of Architecture and City

Understanding of the basic principles of the housing design, urban planning, and urban design; and ability to critically assess city and urban planning and to utilize the outcomes in the design process.

28

Project Carry out and Role of Architects

Understanding of the role of architects, such as leadership, collaboration and coordination that are required in all the stages of design process.

29

Building Code and Regulation

Understanding of construction laws and regulations related to public safety and welfare, property rights, building codes and regulations, design, construction and practice, and the legal responsibility and liability of architects.

Theory Ellective:

Arsitektur Eksperimental

7

2

This course will give the students an understanding of experimental architecture concept both in theoretical and practical approach. The course shall be conducted with an active class discussion and presentation emphasizing on the following aspects:

1.The study on the context between architecture and the other branch of science such as science, technology and fine art (SPC 3).

2.The study on basic principles of composition and form in the context of experimental architecture design (SPC 9).

The understanding of the mentioned aspects shall be used as the basic theoretical framework of other courses especially to open the students’ insight of experimental ideas required on their papers and final project.

3

Architecture, Science, Technology, and Fine Art

Understanding of the relationship among architecture, science, technology, and fine art.

Students understand the context between architecture and non-architectural aspect in terms of experimental architectural design.

 

9

Form amd Spatial Organization

Understanding of the basic principles of 2D and 3D forms and design, architectural composition and ability to apply these principles to design a building.

Students understand the basic principles of two-dimensional arrays and three – dimensional arrays including design composition in terms of experimental architecture.

Contemporary Islamic Architecture

7

2

Contemporary Islamic Architecture is on the 6th semester with pre-requisite course: Islamic Thought and Civilization which gives students picture of the dinamics of Islamic Civilization in the world.

This course is aimed to develop students’ knowledge in comprehending issues related to Islamic architecture today and its relation with cultural heritage and Islamic Architecture tradition from pre-modern which covers social, cultural, normative, historical, symbolic, and aesthetic aspect.

4

World History of Architecture and Tradition

Understanding of architectural history of the world and the diversity of tradition.

 

6

Architecture and Society

Understanding of the relationship and mutual influence of history, society,

region, and policy.

9

Analysis and Programming

Ability to collect various information and precedents related to architectural design problem and to write a program based on the result of the analysis.

Heritage Conservation

6

4

Heritage Conservation course supports institutional vision and mission in developing sensitivity towards socio-culture, especially in Islamic world.

11

Historical and Cultural Context of a Site

Ability to extract a design concept based on the understanding of the various historical and cultural context of a site; analyze and evaluate them systemically; and apply them concretely in their project.

 

16

Design of Addition/Alternation, Repair, and Maintenance

Ability to assess and make changes or maintain the form or functions of existing buildings to renovate, rebuild, remodel and/or repair.

Tectonics in Architecture

7

2

Cases of tectonics in architecture take locus in (architecture) Indonesia and its involvement with the uniqueness of philosophy and cultural tradition behind the product and tectonic process in architecture. If drawn to the macro level, the relationship between products and tectonic processes are intertwined with the history, society, belief, and policy power as well as the existence and the process of procurement of building materials. In the micro level, tectonics in architecture is defined as a celebration of the relationship between materials with consideration of the characteristics of materials, the nature of elements, and the sequel behavior.

25

Building Material and Recycling

Understanding of the manufacturing process and application of building materials based on the basic knowledge on characteristics of materials, building components, traditional way of usage, material standards; as well as recyclability, maleficience, and other control measure of building materials.

Hands on Project and Class Examination

5

History of  Indonesian Architecture and Tradition

Understanding of the unique philosophy of Indonesian architecture and cultural tradition.

6

Architecture and Society

Understanding of the relationship and mutual influence of history, society, region and policy

2

Various means of expression

Ability to express architectural ideas appropriately by means of various media as sketch, model, drawing, writing, and digital drawing.

Informal Urbanism

7

2

The learning objective of this course is to give understanding to the students of how to find solution and give recommendation of concept for Infomal Urbanism problems.

The urgency of this course is to give basic understanding on how to find solution and give recommendation of concept for Informal Urbanisn problems. This understanding is very important in achieving Learning Outcomes Buiding Science and Technology program in Department of Architecture. This competency will specifically support the planning and designing the city and settlement area

6

Architecture and Society

Understanding of the relationship and mutual influence of history, society, region, and policy.

Class Examination and Presentation

7

Human behaviour

Understanding of theories and methodologies that identify the relationship between physical environment and human behavior.

8

Sustainable City and Architecture

Understanding of the sustainability of city and architecture.

17

Design of Architecture and City

Understanding of the basic principles of the housing design, urban planning, and urban design; and ability to critically assess city and urban planning and to utilize the outcomes in the design process.

Studio Ellective

Architectural Excursion

7

4

This course is intended to support the main competency that is the ability to comprehend world history and tradition and analyze the influence of the history, society, region, and architecture design regulation with the intention that students are able to   appreciate the context well.

This course supports institution vision/mission primarily to generate sensitivity to history context, society socio-cultural in a region and its regulation primarily in the architectural design process. Moreover, it is expected to be one of the excellence in knowledge and skills specifically in relation with the design.

4

World History of Architecture and Tradition

Understanding of architectural history of the world and the diversity of tradition.

Class assignment of Field trip to architectural object and practicing photography;

Exhibition evaluation

6

Architecture and Society

Understanding of the relationship and mutual influence of history, society, region, and policy.

Photography and Visual Survey

7

4

Photography and Visual Survey Course in Architecture Study Program is expected to assist the learners to demonstrate their ideas and thought of pre to post architecture works by means of photography principles and aesthetics values.

3

Architecture, Science, Technology, and Fine Art

Understanding of the relationship among architecture, science, technology, and fine art.

Class assignment of Field trip to architectural object and practicing photography;

Exhibition evaluation

2

Various means of expression

Ability to express architectural ideas appropriately by means of various

media such as sketch, model, drawing, writing, and digital drawing.

Advanced Architectural Modelling

7

4

This course aims to make students understand and able to practice new paradigm of computational architecture and/or computer aided design. Students are introduced with contemporary theme of computational architecture such as parametric design, generative algorhytm and fractal design and practice with softwares to produce architectural design and having hands on project of rapid prototyping in digital architecture laboratory.

2

Various means of expression

Ability to express architectural ideas appropriately by means of various media such as sketch, model, drawing, writing, and digital drawing.

Class Assigment of computational modelling;

Take home exam,

Hands on Project on rapid prototyping

Exhibition evaluation

9

Form and Spatial Organization

Understanding of the basic principles of 2D and 3D forms and design, architectural composition and ability to apply these principles to design a building.

24

Application of Computer Technology

Understanding of the utilization and application of computer technology in the design process including, for instance, a Building Information Modelling  system.

Introduction to Real Estate

7

4

The development of real estate discusses about sustained basic real estate development concept in a whole and studies about the development of housing and residential which are done by developer. Conceptual studies emphasize on the understanding of basic real estate development, the feasibility of sustained development, the management of effective and efficient property product especially housing. Practice studies are directed to know further and more comprehensive about the development of housing, from the aspect of marketing, property product, legal and financial to be able to make a preliminary feasibility study.

12

Site Preparation

Ability to formulate a design concept based on the understanding of the cultural and historical context of a site, systematically analyze and assess the acquired data and information acquired, and implement the findings into the design resolution.

Evaluation on Highest and Best Use Analysis,

Site Optimation Evaluation,

Presentation of Feasibility Study

Evaluation on understanding of housing and real estate approach

6

Architecture and Society

Understanding of the relationship and mutual influence of history, society, region, and policy.

26

Construction Procedure and Construction Management

Understanding of construction procedure and construction management to effectively facilitate physical, human, and technical resources within a local context.

29

Building Code and Regulation

Understanding of construction laws and regulations related to public safety and welfare, property rights, building codes and regulations, design, construction and practice, and the legal responsibility and liability of architects.

30

Operation and Management of Architectural Practice

Understanding of the basic facts and management skills required in the operation of an architecture practice office.

Lighting Advanced Architecturev

7

4

This course aims to give advance knowledge to students on how to get, to engineer, and to control light to gain convenience and to show visual system in specific architectural space. This knowledge is important for students related to the vision and mission of the departments to create graduates who have commitment in preserving environment responding to social and environmental issue. Generally, the competence of this course will enrich Final Assignment course and will respond market specific need. The main topic of this course consist of advance light physics, light expression and architecture, visual system and visual convenience, human health, relation of light and human behavior, system and lighting technology, lighting engineering and advance built-lighting design.

3

Architecture, Science, Technology and Fine Art

Understanding of the relationship among architecture, science, technology and fine art

Calss exam adn hands on project of:

Light physics

Convenience and system of light

Lighting and human behavior

Technique of natural lighting

Lighting calculation

Exterior lighting design

Interior lighting design

7

Human Behavior

Understanding of theories and methodologies that identify the relationship between physical environment and human behaviour

21

Sustainable means of Environment Control

Understanding of sustainable means of environment control and cyclic process of nature

22

Environment Control System

Understanding of the basic principles of the environment system and the assessment method of thermal, light, sound, environment and energy management

Public Space Design

7

4

This course offers cases of public space that are planned and designed for the needs of public activity in a public place with a certain character. The problem which needs to be resolved is the attainment of the needs of user activity in public space and the utilization of the natural and built environment.

06

Architecture and Society

Understanding of the relationship and mutual influence of history, society,

region, and policy.

Evaluation on Students Project, Presentation, Written Examination

09

Form and Spatial Organization

Understanding of the basic principles of 2D and 3D forms and design,

architectural composition and ability to apply these principles to design a building

10

Analysis and Programing

Ability to collect various information and precedents related to architectural design problem and to write a program based on the result of the analysis.

12

Site Preparation

Ability to formulate a design concept based on the understanding of the cultural and historical context of a site, systematically analyze and assess the acquired data and information acquired, and implement the findings into the design resolution.

13

Barrier Free Design

Ability of design a building to meet the various requirement of diverse building users including elderly, the infirm, and handicapped/disability.

Tourism Facility Planning

7

4

This optional course is offered during even/ odd semester to students of at least 5th semester who has interest in developing tourism, especially tourism facility. Generally, this course aims to support students’ competence in planning tourism area by introducing substantive theory and tourism development procedure either through general approach or architectural approach. Students are introduced to definition of tourism development, related aspects, and the sinergity of architecture and tourism. Students are expected to be able to understand and to analyze problems in tourism destinations and finally students are expected to give ideas in a form of an ideal planning concept to overcome those problems. The long term purpose is to create as many architects in Indonesia who have special interest and capability in developing Indonesian Tourism.

17

Design of Architecture and City

Understanding of the basic principles of the housing design, urban planning, and urban design; and ability to critically assess city and urban planning and to utilize the outcomes in the design process.

Evaluation on Students Project, Presentation, Written Examination

8

Sustainable City and Architecture

Understanding of the sustainability of city and architecture.

6

Architecture and Society

Understanding of the relationship and mutual influence of history, society,

region, and policy.

10

Analysis and Programing

Ability to collect various information and precedents related to architectural design problem and to write a program based on the result of the analysis.

Bachelor Final Project

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8

Bachelor Final Project aims to improve the research-based designing competence. It means the students are expected to have good skills in designing by doing a deep research or study to properly plan the design. Therefore, Bachelor Final Project uses final product format whish is common in designing; it is a design report, which is different from research report format. Bachelor Final Project is a comprehensive assessment, so there is comprehensive evaluation which very determines and divides the Bachelor Final Project into 2 (two) significant stages, they are conceptual design stage (stage of schematic design development) and design development stage.

1

Oral and Literal Communication

Ability to communicate architectural ideas in writing and speech, and the

Ability to communicate in a foreign language.

Evaluation of Students’ Project:
1) Architectural Sketch Compilation;
2) APREB (Architectural Presentation Board);
3) technical drawing compilation;

4) 3D model

5) Oral Presentation which are used as exercise for students to enrich and strengthen their skill of architectural design drawing.

2

Various means of expression

Ability to express architectural ideas appropriately by means of various media such as sketch, model, drawing, writing, and digital drawing.

3

Architecture, Science, Technology, and Fine Art

Understanding of the relationship among architecture, science, technology, and fine art.

7

Human behavior

Understanding of theories and methodologies that identify the relationship between physical environment and human behavior.

10

Analysis and Programing

Ability to collect various information and precedents related to architectural design problem and to write a program based on the result of the analysis.

12

Site Preparation

Ability to formulate a design concept based on the understanding of the cultural and historical context of a site, systematically analyze and assess the acquired data and information acquired, and implement the findings into the design resolution.

29

Building Code and Regulation

Understanding of construction laws and regulations related to public safety and welfare, property rights, building codes and regulations, design, construction and practice, and the legal responsibility and liability of architects.

13

Barrier Free Design

Ability of design a building to meet the various requirements of diverse building users including elderly, the infirm, and handicapped/disability.

14

Safety, Fire Protection and Emergency Egress

Ability to design a safe building based on the basic principles of building safety, fire protection and security and in consideration of safety of human life, evacuation, and/or emergency egress.

15

Integration of Building Systems in Design

Understanding of a building system and its constituent elements such as building structure, building envelop, composition of building mechanical and electrical service and other building components, and the ability to integrate them into his/her design.

18

Integrated Design

Ability to assess the various elements and components that constitute a building necessary in all the design stages; to integrate them into a design of a building; and to produce a design document with a critical explanation.

Students Community Service

8

2

Student Community Service (KKN) is a course which aims to make the students comprehend how to conduct observation (observation, accurate survey) towards selected location, coordinate with society, become partner to create collaboration with society/institution/organization, propose activities, execute activity, and compose activities report.

The concept of Sudent Community Service (KKN UII) uses accompaniment principle, community empowerment, where the students take a role as facilitators. Accompaniment is a consultation activity used to facilitate and motivate with an objective to solve a problem faced by a society. Empowering is an effort to revitalize or increase community empowerment to be able to act according to their dignity and standards in performing their rights and responsibilities as human beings and citizens. Facilitators are people who have ability and role to facilitate and motivate an execution of targeted community empowerment.

1

Oral and Literal Communication

Ability to communicate architectural ideas in writing and speech, and the

ability to communicate in a foreign language.

Evaluation on Students Project, Written Report evaluation

2

Various means of expression

Ability to express architectural ideas appropriately by means of various media such as sketch, model, drawing, writing, and digital drawing.

3

Architecture, Science, Technology, and Fine Art

Understanding of the relationship among architecture, science, technology, and fine art.

4

World History of Architecture and Tradition

Understanding of architectural history of the world and the diversity of tradition.

6

Architecture and Society

Understanding of the relationship and mutual influence of history, society, region, and policy.

7

Human behavior

Understanding of theories and methodologies that identify the relationship between physical environment and human behavior.

27

Ethics of Architects and Professional Obligation

Understanding of the ethics, responsibility and professional obligations to client and society.

28

Project Carry out and Role of Architects

Understanding of the role of architects, such as leadership, collaboration and coordination that are required in all the stages of design process.

Studio Profesional 1

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8

Professional Studio 1 Course is a supervised studio type of course that gives students working experience in off campus studio with real project that is supervised by adjunct professor as senior architect and senior lecturer as main supervisor.

This Course is oriented towards the achievement of 13 competenced professional Architects (IAI). Planning Project is conducted over 16 weeks (8X160’X16) alongside Senior Architect (Planning Consultant / Architect Bureau) in ongoing project. Projects handled are real project which is clearly identified, with moderate complexity of design problems and low risk level of development.

24

Application of Computer Technology

Understanding of the utilization and application of computer technology in the design process including, for instance, a building information modeling system.

Evaluation on Students Project, Presentation, Written Examination

25

Building Materials and Recycling

Understanding of the manufacturing process and application of building

materials based on the basic knowledge on characteristics of materials, building components, traditional way of usage, material standards; as well as recyclability, maleficence, and other control measure of building materials.

26

Construction Procedure and Construction Management

Understanding of construction procedure and construction management to effectively facilitate physical, human, and technical resources within a local context.

27

Ethics of Architects and Professional Obligation

Understanding of the ethics, responsibility and professional obligations to client and society.

28

Project Carry out and Role of Architects

Understanding of the role of architects, such as leadership, collaboration and coordination that are required in all the stages of design process.

29

Building Code and Regulation

Understanding of construction laws and regulations related to public

safety and welfare, property rights, building codes and regulations, design, construction and practice, and the legal responsibility and liability of architects.

30

Operation and Management of Architectural Practice

Understanding of the basic facts and management skills required in the

operation of an architecture practice office.

Studio Profesional 2

10

8

This course is an architectural studio which aims to equip students a working experience in planning studio especially in atmosphere of Planning Consultant / Architectural Bureau. Classes are held in tenth semester (even) by conducting internship at Professional Senior Architect which has experiences in implementing  real projects in campus which is oriented towards the achievement of 13 competenced professional Architects (IAI). Planning Project internship is conducted over 16 weeks (8X160’X16) alongside Senior Architect in ongoing project. Projects handled are real project which is clearly identified, with moderate complexity of design problems and low risk level of development

24

Application of Computer Technology

Understanding of the utilization and application of computer technology in the design process including, for instance, a building information modeling system.

Evaluation on Students Project, Presentation, Written Examination

25

Building Materials and Recycling

Understanding of the manufacturing process and application of building

materials based on the basic knowledge on characteristics of materials, building components, traditional way of usage, material standards; as well as recyclability, maleficence, and other control measure of building materials.

26

Construction Procedure and Construction Management

Understanding of construction procedure and construction management to effectively facilitate physical, human, and technical resources within a local context.

27

Ethics of Architects and Professional Obligation

Understanding of the ethics, responsibility and professional obligations to client and society.

28

Project Carry out and Role of Architects

Understanding of the role of architects, such as leadership, collaboration and coordination that are required in all the stages of design process.

29

Building Code and Regulation

Understanding of construction laws and regulations related to public

safety and welfare, property rights, building codes and regulations, design, construction and practice, and the legal responsibility and liability of architects.

30

Operation and Management of Architectural Practice

Understanding of the basic facts and management skills required in the

operation of an architecture practice office.

Professional Ethics

9

4

This course is a part of block course which is compulsory to be taken in the first semester with 2 credits in 16 meetings. The course is run by block system in 8 weeks. Th substance of this course consists of ethic code for architecture profession, standard of building codes in Indonesia and profession association and binding decrees. This course is given by a professional architect, lecturer, and association (IAI)

27

Ethics of Architects and Professional Obligation

Understanding of the ethics, responsibility and professional obligations to client and society.

Evaluation on Students Project, Presentation, Written Examination

28

Project Carry out and Role of Architects

Understanding of the role of architects, such as leadership, collaboration and coordination that are required in all the stages of design process.

29

Building Code and Regulation

Understanding of construction laws and regulations related to public safety and welfare, property rights, building codes and regulations, design, construction and practice, and the legal responsibility and liability of architects.

Advanced Architectural Theory

10

8

This semi studio course is designed as an applied research, in which the students apply various design competences they got in a real project, in their capacities as the architect’s assistant. After that, the students are required to arrange a report of the result of critical reflection towards professional working experience with an architect.

To realize the university lecture demand above, this course is designed as a semi studio, which consists of 3 (three) modules, they are (1) Architectural Critics, (2) Report Writing and Presenting.

Architectural Critics discusses how architectural creation is appreciated and valued its quality.

The purpose of this module is to make the students be able to criticize towards the architectural creation, in which the students themselves are involved as one of the committee of designing

Furthermore, Architectural Critics also discusses how the practices of architectural design are reflected into a theory.

Report Writing and Presenting discusses how to present a spoken and written report. Spoken or verbal presentation is conducted through proposal evaluation meeting, mid evaluation meeting (comprehensive) and final evaluation meeting. Document of final evaluation is document as a result of design evaluation of the student from 3 (three) internship sites.

1

Oral and literal communication

Ability to communicate architectural ideas in writing and speech, and the ability to communicate in a foreign language

Evaluation on Students Project, Presentation, Written Examination

2

Various means of expression

Ability to express architectural ideas appropriately by means of various media such as sketch, model, drawing, writing, and digital drawing.

24

Application of Computer Technology

Understanding of the utilization and application of computer technology in the design process including, for instance, a building information modeling system.

25

Building Materials and Recycling

Understanding of the manufacturing process and application of building materials based on the basic knowledge on characteristics of materials, building components, traditional way of usage, material standards; as well as recyclability, maleficence, and other control measure of building materials.

26

Construction procedures and construction management

Understanding of construction procedure and construction management to effectively facilitate physical, human, and technical resources within a local context.

27

Ethics of architects and professional obligation

Understanding of the ethics, responsibility and professional obligations to client and society.

28

Project carried out and roles of architects

Understanding of the role of architects, such as leadership, collaboration and coordination that are required in all the stages of design process.

29

Building codes and regulations

Understanding of construction laws and regulations related to public safety and welfare, property rights, building codes and regulations, design, construction and practice, and the legal responsibility and liability of architects.

30

Operation and management of architectural practices

Understanding of the basic facts and management skills required in the operation of an architecture practice office.

Project Development Mangement

9

4

Based on curriculum, this course is given in ninth semester and weigh 4 (four) credit. The purpose Project Development Management course is designed to provide understanding and comprehension of the activities to provide students work experience in planning studio in the atmosphere of developer company. The undertaken project is a concrete project with moderate complexity of design problem and low risk level of development.

Classes held by conducting architecture internships in partnership with Professional Senior Architect/Head of Project in implementing concrete project on developer company which is oriented on  achieving 13 competenced professional Architects (IAI). After participating in this course, student is expected to understand and comprehend process and procedure of design, procedures of architect practicing professionally as well as the rules and regulations and standards related to the implementation of development in executing concrete project on developer company which is oriented on achieving 13 competenced professional Architects (IAI).

25

Building Materials and Recycling

Understanding of the manufacturing process and application of building

materials based on the basic knowledge on characteristics of materials, building components, traditional way of usage, material standards; as well as recyclability, maleficence, and other control measure of building materials.

Evaluation on Students Project, Presentation, Written Examination

27

Ethics of Architects and Professional Obligation

Understanding of the ethics, responsibility and professional obligations to client and society.

28

Project Carry out and Role of Architects

Understanding of the role of architects, such as leadership, collaboration and coordination that are required in all the stages of design process.

29

Building Code and Regulation

Understanding of construction laws and regulations related to public safety and welfare, property rights, building codes and regulations, design, construction and practice, and the legal responsibility and liability of architects.

30

Operation and Management of Architectural Practice

Understanding of the basic facts and management skills required in the operation of an architecture practice office.

Construction Management

9

4

Construction Management course equips students with real experience in construction management in design project, either field design or construction building. By taking this course, students are expected to comprehend project execution seen from construction management, thus they will be able to execute their own project later. Students will be able to fulfill managerial competency and supervision from several aspects taken from 13 points of IAI; especially they will take part in some processes:

a. Students are involved in supervising and controlling the composition of design concept and designing as a response to terms of reference.

b. Students are involved in supervising and controlling the design which produces image pre-draft and working drawing draft

c. Students are involved in supervising and controling the project execution.

By finishing this course, students will be able to act professionally towards building project as their role in construction managerial.

26

Construction Procedure and Construction Management

Understanding of construction procedure and construction management to effectively facilitate physical, human, and technical resources within a local context.

Evaluation on Students Project, Presentation, Written Examination

27

Ethics of Architects and Professional Obligation

Understanding of the ethics, responsibility and professional obligations to client and society.

28

Project Carry out and Role of Architects

Understanding of the role of architects, such as leadership, collaboration and coordination that are required in all the stages of design process.

29

Building Code and Regulation

Understanding of construction laws and regulations related to public

safety and welfare, property rights, building codes and regulations, design, construction and practice, and the legal responsibility and liability of architects.

30

Operation and Management of Architectural Practice

Understanding of the basic facts and management skills required in the

operation of an architecture practice office.

Integrated Project Management

9

4

Integrated Project Management aims to discuss about technical and theoretical points about integrated project that is practiced by formal contractor and to understand the practice of integrated construction project by contractor developer.  The theoretical substance is given to understand principles of integrated project management. Practical approach is driven to comprehensively understand about organizing constructional integrated project with construction developer, , Preparation Construction Meeting, Construction Management Manual.

12

Site Preparation

Ability to formulate a design concept based on the understanding of the cultural and historical context of a site, systematically analyze and assess the acquired data and information acquired, and implement the findings into the design resolution.

Evaluation on Students Project, Presentation, Written Examination

25

Building Materials and Recycling

Understanding of the manufacturing process and application of building

materials based on the basic knowledge on characteristics of materials, building components, traditional way of usage, material standards; as well as recyclability, maleficence, and other control measure of building materials.

26

Construction Procedure and Construction Management

Understanding of construction procedure and construction management to effectively facilitate physical, human, and technical resources within a local context.

29

Building Code and Regulation

Understanding of construction laws and regulations related to public

safety and welfare, property rights, building codes and regulations, design, construction and practice, and the legal responsibility and liability of architects.

Building Information Modeling Management

9

4

After participating in this course, students are expected to be able to understand and present structured architectural ideas on major process of BIM in AEC(Architecture, Engineering, & Construction) industry as design tool and approach,  simulation (3D & 4D Construction Sequencing), analysis, coordination, and fee estimation (including building material cordination & listing).

24

Application of Computer Technology

Understanding of the utilization and application of computer technology in the design process including, for instance, a building information modeling system.

Evaluation on Students Project, Presentation, Written Examination

25

Building Materials and Recycling

Understanding of the manufacturing process and application of building

materials based on the basic knowledge on characteristics of materials, building components, traditional way of usage, material standards; as well as recyclability, maleficence, and other control measure of building materials.

26

Construction Procedure and Construction Management

Understanding of construction procedure and construction management to effectively facilitate physical, human, and technical resources within a local context.

27

Ethics of Architects and Professional Obligation

Understanding of the ethics, responsibility and professional obligations to client and society.

28

Project Carry out and Role of Architects

Understanding of the role of architects, such as leadership, collaboration and coordination that are required in all the stages of design process.

Forensic Architecture

9

4

This course gives introduction to architects’ role as analyst of part of law enforcement and aim to make students understand and able to preliminary do the basic of forensic science. Environmental forensic, and forensic engineering, with combination of multidisciplinary technic of spatial survey, civil engineering, physics, chemistry, and other science to observe scientific truth in architectural design.

6

Architecture and Society

Understanding of the relationship and mutual influence of history, society, region, and policy.

Evaluation on Students Project, Presentation, Written Examination

29

Building Code and Regulation

Understanding of construction laws and regulations related to public

safety and welfare, property rights, building codes and regulations, design, construction and practice, and the legal responsibility and liability of architects.

Architectural Assesment

9

4

Architectural Assesment courrse aims to make  student understand and able to do evaluative research on already operated building design. It is intended to build theoretical and critical thoughts to support Building Performance Evaluation activity.

7

Human behavior

Understanding of theories and methodologies that identify the relationship between physical environment and human behavior.

Evaluation on Students Project, Presentation, Written Examination

10

Analysis and Programing

Ability to collect various information and precedents related to architectural design problem and to write a program based on the result of the analysis.

13

Barrier Free Design

Ability of design a building to meet the various requirements of diverse building users including elderly, the infirm, and handicapped/disability.

14

Safety, Fire Protection and Emergency Egress

Ability to design a safe building based on the basic principles of building safety, fire protection and security and in consideration of safety of human life, evacuation, and/or emergency egress.

21

Sustainable means of Environment Control

Understanding of sustainable means of environment control and cyclic process of nature.

Students are able to understand the sustainability aspect of lighting control.

22

Environment Control System

Understanding of the basic principles of the environment system and the assessment method of thermal, light, sound, environment and energy management.

23

Building System Service

Understanding of the basic principles and selection of appropriate building

service systems such as mechanical, electrical, communication, and disaster protection system.

29

Building Code and Regulation

Understanding of construction laws and regulations related to public

safety and welfare, property rights, building codes and regulations, design, construction and practice, and the legal responsibility and liability of architects.