Undergraduate Courses

BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE

Course Objectives:

Graduating from this program will have the ability in designing products that meet the architectural aesthetic and technical requirements, also understand the ethical aspects of professionalism in the field of architecture and the architect's role in society.

 
Outcomes:

The graduates will be able to work at an architectural firm or create their own business as a professional architect in all phases of the process, starting from planning, and designing to actual product construction.

 
Available Programs:
University Partners for Credit Transfer Program :

  • University of Malaya, Malaysia
  • Chienkuo Technology University, Taiwan
  • Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea

Core Subjects

Architectural Drawing

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Being able to draw basic elements of architectural drawing with a variety of techniques, tools, and media.

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Basic Architectural Design

Credit Unit : 6
Competency:

  • Being able to create a personal scale architectural design.

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Principles of Structure & Construction

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Being able to understand the basics of building a system of logic (loading, structure and construction, and system link), variations of material use, and its application in the design.

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Architectural Design I

Credit Unit : 6
Competency:

  • Being able to make interpersonal scale architectural design

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Structures & Construction I

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Being able to understand the logic of building system (loading, structure and construction, and system link), variations of material use, and its application in the design of the not rise building

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Tread & Environment

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Capable of understanding the relationship between architecture and the physical and non-physical environment, especially in relation to human beings, buildings and environmental carrying capacity

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Architectural History of The World

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Able to understand the development of the architecture and history of the western world and the eastern associated with the concept of human needs, space, time, scale, and symbols.

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Architectural Forms of Aesthetics

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Able to design taking into account two-dimensional aspect (color, gradation, rhythm, uniti, composition) and tridimensional (material, geometric shapes, etc..)

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Architectural Design II

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Being able to create neighborhood-scale architectural design

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Structures & Construction II

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Being able to understand the logic of building system (loading, structure and construction, and system link), variations of material use, and its application in the design of low-rise buildings.

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Building Physics

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Being able to understand the science of building systems such as natural and artificial lighting, acoustics, energy saving concept, smart building systems, thermal comfort, and their impact on architectural design.

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Indonesian Vernacular Architecture

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Able to understand the development of traditional architecture and history of the archipelago is associated with the concept of local knowledge, human needs, space, time, scale, and symbols.

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Architectural Design III

Credit Unit : 6
Competency:

  • Being able to create a district-scale architectural design

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Structures & Construction III

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Being able to understand the logic of building system (loading, structure and construction, and system link), variations of material use, and its application in the design of medium-rise buildings.

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Settlement Planning

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Able to understand about housing and settlements, the concept of planning and development, housing delivery system, housing improvement project, revitalitation and renewall, feasibility studies, community facilities and services, accesibilities and Infrastructures, and housing demand.

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Architectural Design IV

Credit Unit : 6
Competency:

  • Being able to create a city-wide architecture design by considering aspects of behavior and environment.

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Wide Span Building Technology

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Being able to understand the logic of building system (loading, structure and construction, and system link), variations of material use, and its application in the design of wide-span buildings.

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Construction Management

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Being able to understand the process of building management systems and related aspects such as methods, organization, resources management, management concepts efective and eficient, networking, decision making processes, procedures and requirements, laws and policies, and safety standards.

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City Architecture

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Able to understand urban planning as part of a cultural process and its application in architectural design taking into account the environmental aspect, spatial, economic, characteristics of the city, the city hierarchy, transportation, conservation, preservation, and communication between stakeholders.

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Architectural Design V

Credit Unit : 6
Competency:

  • Being able to create a city-wide architecture design by considering the method of constructing.

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High-Rise Building Technology

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Being able to understand the logic of building system (loading, structure and construction, and system link), variations of material use, and its application in the design of high-rise buildings

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Architectural Design VI

Credit Unit : 6
Competency:

  • Being able to create a city-wide architecture design by considering aspects of building science

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Building Systems Technology

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Intelegent able to understand the logic of building system, variations of material use, construction economics, development feasibility studies, project evaluation, and policy assesments and building maintenance and management.

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Architecture Seminar

Credit Unit : 5
Competency:

  • Able to develop and apply an architectural study the problem statement, preparation of literature review, formulate methods, analysis, and formulation of the well, and be accountable in a seminar.

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Basic Undergraduate Courses

Pancasila ( Indonesian Ideology)

Credit Unit : 2
Competency:

  • Students are able to analyze problems in the life of society, nation and state through intellectual responsibility by preserving the values ​​of Pancasila in the reality of life.

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Religion

Credit Unit : 2
Competency:

 

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Computer Applications

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • After completing this course, students are able to use application software packages such as Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Powerpoint, can search through internet resources, and the method is able to indulge lectures Multi Access Learning (MAL).

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Civics

Credit Unit : 2
Competency:

  • Students are able to understand about the urgency of civic education in college, the state and the system of government in several countries and in Indonesia, the national identity, the meaning of democracy, develop democratic attitudes, rights and obligations of citizens, sensitive to the problems and implementation of the existing rule of environment’s law, human rights, geography, population and environment in Indonesia, the concept of National Resilience in solving the problems that arise in society, understand the relationship between state and religion and its problems, recognize the model of regional autonomy and the principles of good governance.

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English I

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Intended for students developing fluency and proficiency in written and spoken English. Provides intensive practice in building well-constructed sentences and paragraphs, while building fluency and preparing students for longer written assignments.

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UMB Ethics

Credit Unit : 2
Competency:

  • Awareness of the role and responsibilities of Professional Engineers in society with respect to the environment, ethics, equity, public and worker safety and health considerations. Introduction to technical and other forms of work term and/or work experience report preparation, understanding national and international placement standards, WorkSafeBC standards, engineering logbooks. Development of effective interview techniques, skill assessment and analysis, career management and development. Preparation of resumés and cover letters.

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English II

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Introduction to the reading and writing skills needed to meet the expectations of university-level academic study. Emphasis is on building proficiency in academic reading and writing through extensive practice.

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Entrepreneurship I

Credit Unit : 2
Competency:

  • Finance, accounting, auditing, taxation, marketing, market research; organizational psychology, personnel selection; engineering economy, equivalent uniform annual cash flow, present worth, cost benefit ratio.

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Practice Profession

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

 

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Law Aspect and Profession Ethics

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Knowing things related to Law, Ethics and Profession matters relating to Architecture Profession.

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End of Architectural Design (Final Project)

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Being able to create architectural designs using real case, and could responsible it in the final project.

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Electives Subjects

Architectural Research Methods

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Able to understand the processes and methods of research in architecture and is able to apply it in the form of a research proposal

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English III (electives)

Credit Unit : 2
Competency:

  • Students are able to communicate in English ( Orally and in writing) in common business contexts and comprehend business-related reading materials

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Entrepreneurship II (electives)

Credit Unit : 2
Competency:

  • Able to create a business plan, determine what business is selected, gain business management experience, control the simple business, apply marketing management, human resources and financial management, and have a view of entrepreneurship potential as a future choice.

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Path Building Technology: Construction Cost Planning (Electives I)

Credit Unit : 3
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Path Architecture : Islamic Architecture (Electives I)

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Able to conduct historical studies that include analysis of social context, economy, politics, culture of society where the mosque was in that era.
  • Understand the link of the mosque to its historical context.
  • Able to conduct formal analysis of the chosen mosque.

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City Strip Settlements: Conservation in Architecture (Electives I)

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Introduction and knowledge of the scope of conservation within the architecture as well as providing an understanding of the spatial scope. Conservation as part of the architectural elements of the city and its application to the physical design with due regard to the environmental context and its supporting aspects. A comprehensive urban design (new / layout) design exercise with conservation and preservation background.

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Indonesian Language

Credit Unit : 2
Competency:

The final goal after attending this course the student are able to:

  • Speaking good and right Indonesia language.
  • Writing scientific papers with the applicable rules of scientific notation.
  • Comply with the rules of Indonesian, and Enhanced Spelling.
  • Improving Effective Speed Reading (KEM) so as to achieve the adequate level.
  • Understanding the message and the information conveyed communicator, appropriately meaning and not experience miscommunication.
  • Translating ideas, thoughts, and opinions to form effective sentences and easy to understand.
  • Writing Letters Department effectively, correctly, and communicative.
  • Papers presented in an interesting and effective ways in writing quotations, notes bibliography, footnotes, and bibliography correctly.

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English III (Electives)

Credit Unit : 2
Competency:

  • Students have the ability to speak English (speaking and writing) in a business context. In addition, students are expected to achieve TOEIC scores 450-550

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Entrepreneurship III (Electives)

Credit Unit : 2
Competency:

  • Through the practice of entrepreneurship, students are expected to have basic knowledge about entrepreneurship and aspects related to entrepreneurship and to understand how to develop entrepreneurial potential within themselves, and generally able to develop a business plan that is able to provide benefits in private life, and the life of society, and state.

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Path Building Technology: Energy Efficient Architecture (Electives II)

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students can understand energy resources in nature, energy linkages with architecture and environment, energy use in building systems, energy saving technologies on architecture and environment and capable of applying energy-efficient architectural concepts to planning and designing buildings.

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Path Architecture: Architecture Behavior (Electives II)

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

 

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City Strip Settlements: Urban Revitalization ( Electives II)

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

 

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Building Technology Track: Tropical Architecture (Electives III)

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Able to analyze the factors of the natural environment (weather) that affect the building.
  • Understand the global climate and its effect on building design.
  • Understand the climate and weather and its elements.
  • Recognize and understand the classification of tropical climates.
  • Recognize and understand the elements of climate.
  • Know the local climate principle.
  • Understand the climate of Indonesia.
  • Know and understand aspects of climate-based building design.
  • Understand and master ventilation techniques in buildings.
  • Know the principles and application of solar technology.
  • Know the principles and application of sustainable building materials.
  • Know and understand sustainable building principles.

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Path Architecture: Architecture and Tourism ( Electives III)

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

 

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Strip City Settlement: Estate Management (Electives III)

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

 

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