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Introduction to the Department


Focusing on buildings, thinking about everything from daily life to urban development
Learn about humans, history, and the laws of physics, and acquire the ability to organize your own thoughts

Outline of the Department of Architecture

   Vitruvius, a Roman architect who lived in the first century B.C., characterized architecture as “the synthesized art of strength, function and beauty” in his book.
   The Department of Architecture is now put into the categories of engineering. However, the essential purpose is to create spaces which directly support human life and therefore are closely related to humans. For this reason, architecture is recognized as a unique discipline which requires highly artistic cognition in addition to engineering knowledge.
   Industrialization and functionalism have succeeded in making our life more convenient than ever before. On the other hand, our life has become wearisome. A main goal of architecture is to revitalize human nature and make our life fruitful.
   The Department of Architecture of this college conducts its curriculum on the basis of the thoughts mentioned above. Firstly, students learn social science which is related with architecture. Secondly, they learn the basic engineering knowledge of architecture. Lastly, they learn specific subjects using various experimental facilities, for example, CAD (Computer-aided design).In the Fifth year, students are encouraged through seminars and senior research activities to accomplish their specialty based on acquired knowledge.

It suits people like this

  • People who like to look at buildings and maps
  • People who like to see and create pictures and works
  • People who like math and science classes
  • Those who like technology, home economics and art classes
  • People who want to work to support people and the city
  • People who want to work building

What you’ll learn

1st grade Information Foundations, Architectural Design & Draftsmanship I, Computer Aided Architectural Design, Architectural Structural Method and Wooden Structure
2nd grade Computer Aided Architectural Design II,Architectural Design & Draftsmanship II, Design of Space Arts, Structural Mechanics of Architecture I, Practice of Draftsmanship
3rd grade Applied Physics,Electromagnetism,Technical Presentation,Architectural Design & Draftsmanship III,Architectural Planning I,Architectural Planning II,History of Japanese Architecture,Structural Mechanics of Architecture II,Architectural Materials I,Architectural Environmental I,Architectural Environmental II,PhysicsⅢ
4th grade Statistics,Analysis,Architectural Design & Draftsmanship Ⅳ,Architectural Planning III,Urban Planning,History of Western Architecture,Structural Mechanics of Architecture III,Structural Mechanics of Architecture Ⅳ, Reinforced Concrete Structure I, Steel Structure I,Experimental Practice in Architectural Material,Experimental Practice in Architectural Enviroment,Experimental Practice in Architectural Structure,Architectural Environmental Engineering III,Architectural Equipment Engineering I, Seminar for Architecture,Off-Campus Training
5th grade Building Production,Architectural Design & Draftsmanship Ⅴ,Law of Architecture,History of Modern Architecture,Architectural Foundation Structure,Reinforced Concrete Structure II,Steel Structure II,Structural Dynamics of Architecture,Disaster Reduction Engineering,Architectural Equipment Engineering II,Graduation Study

Qualifications that can be obtained

  • First-class architect, second-class architect
  • 1st class building construction management engineer, 2nd class building construction management engineer
  • 1st class plumbing construction management engineer, 2nd class plumbing construction management engineer

Where to find employment and go to school

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