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Bachelor of Architecture -RIBA-ARB Part II

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  • Entry requirements
    The course aims to develop the skills, competence and design knowledge of practising designers.
  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Architecture /RIBA/ARB Part II
  • Course description
    Introduction

    The subject of architecture is immense and so the Bachelor of Architecture course at Lincoln affords each student the freedom and flexibility to design their own postgraduate education, but within a framework which satisfies the requirements of the ARBUK/RIBA Part II. Students have the opportunity to specialise and focus on the aspects of architecture which interest them and which also give them the best employment prospects. We see the flexibility of the course as an excellent opportunity for postgraduate students to determine their future.

    Students completing the B.Arch. programme have the opportunity to gain a postgraduate diploma in a specialist area according to their choice of programme.

    The options are:

        * Development and Regeneration
        * Interior Design
        * Participatory Design
        * Urban Design
        * Environmental Design

    Units

        * Comprehensive Design Project
        * Research Project
        * Design Project
        * Technical Awareness
        * Technical Appraisal
        * Professional Practice
        * Research Methods

    Key Features

    Within the framework of the course the individual negotiates the content of their study with the staff team. This is aided by the use of a Personal Development Plan (PDP). Each student fills out and maintains a PDP which records individual aims and achievements. A personal assessment of their own abilities forms the basis of their understanding of strengths and weaknesses and allows each student to formulate a coherent development strategy which is monitored, assessed and refined.

    Assessment

    Students will be assessed by project and dissertation.

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