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1 MAJOR LEARNING OUTCOMES Faculty: Major: Course level: ARCHITECTURE ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN PLANNING 1ST CYCLE PROGRAMS GENERAL ACADEMIC PROFILE Positioning of major in the study area The major in Architecture and Urban Planning belongs to the area of technical sciences and is linked to academic majors, such as: Civil Engineering, Spatial Management, Landscape Architecture, Environmental Protection. Learning outcomes for 1st cycle programs in A&UP K1AIU_W01 DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR LEARNING OUTCOMES On successful completion of 1st cycle program in A&UP the graduate should be able to: KNOWLEDGE Retrieve information from databases, interpret the obtained data, critically evaluate, draw conclusions and formulate and justify opinions. Relation with learning outcomes in the area of teaching technical sciences K1AIU_W02 K1AIU_W03 K1AIU_W04 K1AIU_W05 K1AIU_W06 Describe the structure and organization of the investment process and basic elements of running an architectural business. Describe the course of the investment process, identify the stages of the investment process, the participants involved and the duties of the architect in individual stages, understand the methods of preparing text documents and their application in investment process management, identify the most important systems of classifying information in the investment process, formulate economic studies related to investments, identify the main components of costs and calculate them, understand the principles of quality management, know methods of preparing schedules, describe human resource management. Understand the basics of IT techniques, word processing, spreadsheets, databases, managerial or presentation graphics software. Identify types of services in information networks, obtain and process information. Understand differential calculus of one-variable functions, integral calculus of one-variable functions and systems of linear equations. Understand analytic geometry of space, multivariable integral calculus and plane isometry, which is necessary to understand mathematical problems in engineering sciences. Understand descriptive geometry, understand and explain the method of representing and restituting elements in space, geometric shaping of architectural forms with the use of polyhedrons, solids and planes, describe rules of perspective and axonometric drawings and methods of applied perspective. Understand statics on a plane, analyze flat statically determinate systems. Identify and explain the methods of graphical and analytical computation of forces. Understand the theory and methods of calculating the strength of structural systems. Identify principles of modeling and combining various structural loads and computing structural loads. OT1A_W09 OT1A_W11 1

2 K1AIU_W07 K1AIU_W08 K1AIU_W09 Identify characteristic features of basic structural systems, describe phenomena occurring in statics of buildings, understand the relationships and dependencies between active, passive and internal forces in basic structural systems, describe elementary statics, differentiate between types of basic structural systems and classify them according to statical determinancy, identify and characterize internal forces in structural systems, identify graphical and analytical methods of computing reactions and internal forces and geometry of fields. Describe technical issues related to designing and building architectural structures. Identify the principles of creating technical drawings and descriptions. Describe materials used in civil engineering and architecture. Describe the basic types, characteristics and applications of building materials. Describe thermal and humidity properties of wall structures. Define and explain the basic phenomena related to daylighting and artificial lighting. Understand acoustics propagation in open space, interior acoustics, acoustic insulation of walls. Define and explain the principles of designing contemporary building structures. Identify basic principles of designing and building reinforced concrete and prestressed structures, describe materials and building technologies used, differentiate between main types of reinforced concrete structures, define the principles of calculating and designing reinforced concrete structures, identify the scope and purpose of applying prestressed structures, identify and understand the use of elements of reinforced concrete structures in architectural OT1A_W06 structures, perform preliminary selection of sections of elements. K1AIU_W10 Understand the cultural and aesthetic constraints of professional design. K1AIU_W11 K1AIU_W12 K1AIU_W13 K1AIU_W14 Identify methods of projecting space on a plane and define artistic skills used by architects. Identify problems of composition and plastic art (visual culture), including e.g. composition theory, color theory, theory of visual communication. Identify elements of architectural composition and principles of designing basic architectural structures. Describe history of general architecture from antiquity to modernity and history of Polish architecture from the 10th century to the late 19th century, understand the dependencies between architecture and urbanism and the civilizational background of the era. Identify and understand the cultural constraints of urban planning. Describe history and theory of urban planning, including the models of urban space design characteristic of particular eras and countries. K1AIU_W15 Identify the latest trends in contemporary architecture. OT1A_W05 K1AIU_W16 Understand computer aided design. Describe methods of designing architectural structures, preparing technical documentation using AutoCAD software, modeling spatial structures using AutoCAD software, printing documentation prepared with AutoCAD software. K1AIU_W17 Describe contemporary building services engineering and understand how the implemented solutions influence the architecture of the structure and the development of the plot. Describe the principles of designing energy-saving buildings. 2

3 K1AIU_W18 K1AIU_W19 K1AIU_W20 K1AIU_W21 Identify the technical infrastructure in urbanized areas. Define parameters of traffic engineering and the principles of designing roads, streets, cycle lanes, pedestrian precincts and parking lots. Understand the theory of urban design and elements of urban composition. Identify and describe the relations between elements that shape space. Describe the spatial planning system in Poland. Explain city sociology. Understand the theory of rural design with basics of physiography and regional science of Sudety. Describe methods of designing residential architecture, workplaces and commercial architecture in an urbanized environment and in rural areas. Identify technical problems related to designing and building such structures. K1AIU_W22 K1AIU_W23 K1AIU_W24 K1AIU_W25 K1AIU_W26 K1AIU_W27 K1AIU_W28 Understand conservation design in a cultural environment. Identify the basic principles of developing and protecting the cultural landscape. Identify principles of interior design. Identify principles of designing which take into account operational health and safety and ergonomics. Understand professional computer aided design, which is needed to design architectural and engineering structures. Identify artistic and composition problems related to architectural design. Describe the techniques and technology of creating three-dimensional images and forms which support architectural design in the conceptual stage, by complementing the architectural design with artistic forms, color, etc., and also in the stage of visualization of the design solution. Identify legal constraints of architectural and urban planning work, legal constraints of designing and erecting building structures and legal acts applicable to civil engineering. Describe elements of professional ethics of architects. Understand the rules in the Code of Ethics in the Architectural Profession, Professional Performance Standards, and issues related to the act on Copyright Law and Similar laws. Identify selected problems of the theory of architectural and urban design and its context. OT1A_W10 SKILLS K1AIU_U01 OT1A_U03 Demonstrate language skills in the field of architecture and urban planning OT1A_U04 in accordance with the requirements defined for the B2 level of the Common OT1A_U05 European Framework of Reference for Languages. OT1A_U06 K1AIU_U02 Identify further educational paths and carry out the process of self-learning. K1AIU_U03 Use basic techniques related to IT, word processing, creating spreadsheets, K1AIU_U04 K1AIU_U05 using databases, creating managerial or presentation graphics. Identify the necessary scope of services that is required of an architect in every stage of the investment process, prepare technical specifications and elements of cost estimation, prepare Gantt charts and network diagrams, classify and describe parts of a building in a system defined by the adopted classification system. Understand abstract technical problems; apply basic mathematical methods in architectural and urban design. Correctly and effectively apply knowledge of differential and integral calculus of one-variable functions and systems of linear equations in qualitative and quantitative analysis of mathematical problems. OT1A_U12 3

4 K1AIU_U06 K1AIU_U07 K1AIU_U08 K1AIU_U09 K1AIU_U10 K1AIU_U11 K1AIU_U12 K1AIU_U13 K1AIU_U14 Apply descriptive geometry in architectural design; Construct and visualize architectural structures. Understand the problems of developing building structures and systems and their application. Prepare static diagrams of structures, design structural elements and identify the stresses produced in structural elements. Identify and calculate loads. Correctly identify a static structure, solve flat statically determinate systems, calculate reactions and internal forces in: simple beams multi-span hinged beams statically determinate frames trusses, using analytical and graphical method calculate the thrust and line of pressure in two-hinged and three-hinged arches, calculate the basic geometric characteristics of structural sections, correlate a static diagram with real structural elements. Prepare architectural and technical documentation. Use appropriate materials in designing. Understand and implement general principles of designing energy-saving buildings. Design a wall according to thermal and humidity requirements. Design sound insulation and proper lighting. Prepare building plans with the use of structural elements. Determine the section of reinforcement in bending, compression and shear elements, calculate the load capacity of section for specific reinforcements, design reinforcement system in slabs, beams and columns, design a structural system of beam-and-slab floors, design a reinforcement system for the main structural facilities in buildings and engineering structures. Analyze the aesthetic value of works of architecture and art in terms of the scope and degree to which theories formulated by aesthetics manifest in architecture. Use techniques of projecting space on a plane and representing spatial systems from nature and imagination, use artistic skills in designing, in particular use freehand drawing, painting and printing techniques and create spatial models using basic materials. Communicate with images record information in graphical and spatial form and decode information from images. Develop their sensitivity and observation skills of the surrounding space through studies from nature, search for inspiration in the surrounding reality and apply it creatively, develop imagination through composition studies and create spatial visualizations. Solve composition and design problems related to artistic problems (flat and spatial systems, color, spatial forms and arrangements using different scales and matter). Understand mutual relations between a structure and its surroundings, create a simple architectural design, use different techniques and materials to present architectural concepts. Understand the cultural constraints of designing forms and the style of architectural structures and urban systems. Understand the relations between heritage architecture and contemporary architecture. Evaluate a work of architecture in terms of location, cultural constraints, usability, structure and aesthetics. Implement the acquired historical and professional knowledge in contemporary urban design, particularly in regeneration of urban complexes. K1AIU_U15, K1AIU_U16 Prepare documentation related to the implementation of engineering tasks 4

5 K1AIU_U17 K1AIU_U18 K1AIU_U19 K1AIU_U20 K1AIU_U21 K1AIU_U22 K1AIU_U23 K1AIU_U24 K1AIU_U25 K1AIU_U26 K1AIU_U27 K1AiU_U28 using computer aided design software. Use appropriate computer aided design tools to simulate, design and verify elements. Understand and apply rules of designing building services in facilities of various functions. Understand mutual relations between a structure and its surroundings, create an urban inventory, design an urban unit with green areas and selected urban facilities. Create a land-use plan of increasing complexity with consideration of technological, social, natural, cultural and legal requirements. Understand the constraints and consequences of spatial planning documents. Understand the cultural environment and the mutual relations between a structure and its surroundings. Create an architectural design of a residential building, workplace or commercial building. Apply contemporary techniques and materials in presenting architectural concepts. Create a basic architectural design of an interior and a piece of furniture. Apply contemporary techniques and materials in presenting architectural concepts. Design an architectural structure using specialized computer aided design software. Use the techniques and technology of creating spatial images and forms which support architectural design in the conceptual stage and in the visualization stage of the design solution. Understand the cultural circumstances of designing the forms and style of urban systems. Understand the relations between heritage and contemporary urban designs. Demonstrate skills in evaluating an urban development in terms of location, cultural constraints, usability, structure and aesthetics. Understand the transformations in urban design in the context of changing constraints. Analyze a contemporary work of architecture, the adopted solutions, its origin and functioning. Create a basic conservation design of a building, complex or heritage landscape. Create a local inventory of the studied complex. Analyze the results of studies and use the results of analyses to formulate conservation guidelines. Understand the ethical problems and follow the principles of professional ethics of an architect and urban planner. Work in an architectural studio, on a construction site and in architectural recording. Independently create an engineering project in the field of architecture /urban design/ limited in complexity, prepare appropriate documentation for such project and present it. OT1A_U02 OT1A_U02 OT1A_U11 OT1A_U11 K1AIU_K01 SOCIAL COMPETENCIES Understand the need and identify the opportunities for continuous learning (graduate and post-graduate programs, post-graduate courses, training courses) and improving professional, personal and social competencies. OT1A_K01 5

6 K1AIU_K02 K1AIU_K03 K1AIU_K04 K1AIU_K05 K1AIU_K06 K1AIU_K07 K1AIU_K08 K1AIU_K09 Understand the importance of non-technical aspects and consequences of the engineer s and architect s work, including its impact on the environment and the related responsibility for decisions. Correctly identify and resolve dilemmas related to professional work. Understand the importance of professional etiquette, the principles of professional ethics and the need to respect the diversity of opinions and cultures. Appropriately define the priorities, which help to complete self-assigned tasks, work in a group and assume different roles in the group. Understand the responsibility for their work, follow the rules of teamwork and take responsibility for tasks performed as a team. Think and operate in a resourceful manner. Initiate, plan and run a business related to the chosen academic program. Understand the social role of a technical university graduate, and in particular understand the need to communicate information and opinions to the society e.g. through the mass media about the achievements of architecture, urban design and heritage protection as well as other aspects of an architect s and urban planner s profession. Try to spread such information and opinions in a way which is understandable and which justifies different points of view. Understand the impact of visual culture on the quality of space around us, contribute to the improvement of this quality and promote it in different professional and social situations. Understand the responsibility of an architect for maintaining the spatial order, protecting the natural environment and the cultural heritage of a place. Understand the social aspect of architecture and respect the diversity of needs, beliefs, opinions and aesthetic preferences of users of architecture. Understand artistic, cultural and historic value of heritage sites. Respect the existing cultural environment. OT1A_K05 OT1A_K03 OT1A_K04 OT1A_K06 6

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