Field of study “architecture” - Basic information
The study programme in the field “architecture” of second cycle studies were designed in accordance with the guidelines and criteria set out in national and European law.
General goals of education, employment opportunities and continued learning opportunities
A graduate of the second cycle studies in the architecture should have knowledge and skills in the following fields:
- architectural, urban and conservator design and spatial planning;
- history and theory of architecture, theory or urban planning, arts, technical sciences and humanities;
- shaping the human environment with due consideration of the relationships between people and architectural objects and the surrounding space;
- following procedures for preparation of designs of architectural objects, considering social factors;
- resolving functional, utility, civil, structural, engineering and technological issues to the extent that guarantees safety and comfort of use of objects, also to the disabled;
- comply with technical and construction rules, regulations and procedures, economy of design, execution and usage of an architectural object and organisation of the investment process and integration of plans with planning projects in Poland and European Union Member States.
The graduate should be aware of the role of an architect's profession in the society and his influence on the quality of the environment. A graduate should comply with the principles of professional ethics.
A graduate should be prepared for:
- commencement of creative activity in the field of architectural and urban design;
- obtaining vocational certification as required by the law;
- performing independent functions in construction;
- designing and managing works in architectural specialisation;
- coordinate works in multidisciplinary project teams;
- manage architectural and urban design studios;
- carrying out a sole proprietor's business;
- commencing scientific research work.
A graduate should be prepared to take up employment at:
- architectural and urban design studios,
- local and national government administration bodies,
- research institutes and advisory organisations.
- degree of engineer, bachelor, master (magister) or equivalent;
- English language- level B2 (Common European Framework).
Last updated August 3, 2015