/Bachelor in Architecture/
Bachelor programs in architecture aim to cultivate“professional leaders”, preparing students to be competent, productive and innovative architects, planners, researchers and administrators. Two types of programs are offered: Bachelor of Engineering in architecture (four-year program) and Bachelor in Architecture (five-year program). A minimum of 175 credits is required for the four-year program; a minimum of 200 creditsis required for the five-year program.
/Bachelor in Building Environment and Energy(HVAC)/
The Building Environment and Energy program aims to train professionals in industrial and civil architectural applications of HVAC systems and various artificial environmental systems, including design, installation, commissioning, research and development. The program provides international perspective and competitiveness, a solid foundation and innovative ability, as well as outstanding leadership and teamwork abilities in engineering and management. The program lasts four years, but the learning period is also flexible. A Bachelor in Engineering Degree is awarded, and a minimum of 175 total credits is required.
/Master in Architecture/
The Master Program in Architecture seeks to cultivatehigh-level professionals within the field of architecture, who keep up with the forefront of academic development, grasp the basic theories and methods of architecture and related fields, have strong design ability, are competent to work in architectural design, architectural history research, architectural heritage preservation, and building technology research and design, as well as competent to conduct scientific research. This program provides individuals with the potential to become outstanding professionals such as architects, researchers, teachers, and managers. Based on an advisor system, this program encourages interdisciplinary or cross-disciplinary training. The program generally lasts 2-3 years, at the end of which a Master’s Degree in Architecture is awarded. A minimum of 29 credits are required, in which a minimum of 22 must be professional courses directly related to this degree. A complete written thesis is also required.
/English Program of Master in Architecture (EPMA)/
The EPMA program aims to cultivate high-level professionals in the field of architecture globally, who grasp the basic theories and methods of architecture and related fields, have good design ability or good understanding of design theories, and have the potential to become outstanding architects, planners or professionals in related fields. The program implements a group training system, and lasts two years, at the end of which a Masters Degree in Architecture is awarded. A minimum of 27 credits is required, in which a minimum of 23 must be professional courses directly related to this degree. A complete written thesis is also required.