Integration of urban social, sustainable, material and form issues in the architectural project process.
BC 3: Ability to gather and interpret relevant data (usually within their field of study) to inform judgments that include reflection on relevant social, scientific or ethical matters.
SC 1: Knowing the history and theories of architecture, as well as arts, sciences and technologies related to this.
SC 2: Understanding the role of fine arts as a factor that may influence the quality of architectural design.
SC 7: Understanding the relationships between people and buildings, and between people and their surrounding, as well as relating buildings and the spaces between according to needs and the human scale.
CC 1: Responsability.
CC 2: Self confidence.
CC 4: Communication skills in native language (written and oral) and in English language.
CC 5: Interpersonal understanding.
CC 6: Flexibility.
CC 7: Teamwork: Ability to work in teams of architects, or in interdisciplinary teams. This capability includes interpersonal skills and team leadership ability.
CC 8: Initiative and entrepreneurship, both in the field of architecture and business.
CC 9: Planning and time management: Ability to plan work on the need to meet deadlines.
CC 10: Innovation and creativity: Creativity, imagination and aesthetic sensibility towards design, while meeting the aesthetic and technical requirements. This includes critical thinking skills and historical culture.
DSC 34 Ability to remove architectural barriers.
DSC 35 Ability to solve passive environmental conditioning, including thermal and acoustic insulation, climate control, energy efficiency and natural lighting .
DSC 37 Ability to design, practice and develop basic execution projects, sketches and blueprints.
DSC 38 Ability to design, practice and develop urban projects.
DSC 39 Ability to design, practice and develop management construction.
DSC 40 Ability to develop functional programs for buildings and urban spaces.
DSC 52 Acquisition of knowledge in ecology, sustainability and the principles of energy conservation and environmental resources.
DSC 53 Acquisition of knowledge in the traditions of architecture, urban planning and landscape of Western culture and their technical merits, climatic, economic, social and ideological conditions.
DSC 60 Feasibility, surveillance and coordination of integrated projects.
Tactics and strategy: Global, local, group and individual objectives_ 40%
Definition and quantification_ 20%
Spatial strategies 1, 2, 3_ 20%
Acquired knowledge and application_ 20%
Prerequisites: 1 st and 2 nd year of : Design workshop, Urbanism, Drawing, History.