Faculty of Graduate Studies
The main goal of this program is to prepare national professional personnel qualified and able to develop the ancestral architecture and conclude the optimal solutions for various issues related to the development of architectural and urban environment, thus contributing to improving the living conditions of the Palestinian community and meet its needs. The detailed aims of the program are to:
- meeting the demand of many Palestinian engineering companies and supporting the national economy by providing access to higher education opportunities to obtain the Master of Architecture locally instead of traveling abroad.
- encouraging the spirit of scientific research and the continuous education programs.
- creating distinctive competencies, in the field of architecture, capable of developing, counseling and training for architects and technicians.
- encouraging career advancement among architects working in different institutions, companies, and universities.
- graduating architects qualified for leadership, creativity and meeting the needs of the local community and environment.
Students use the computer lab of the Department of Architectural Engineering, provided with special Architectural software (3DMax, Photoshop, Rivet, AutoCAD), In addition to desktop programs (Microsoft Office). Also, students use the workshops within the Faculty of “Engineering and Information Technology”, the University Library and other important facilities in the University Campus.
Program students coming from various community organizations, which facilitate addressing the local industry issues and to guide research work and conduct different studies. This will increase interaction with these institutions in order to reach the best solutions to develop the built environment and enhance the living conditions of the local community.
Teaching and Learning
Teaching and learning methods adopted in this program include lectures, seminars, course projects, student presentations, and home works. All of these include modern technology facilities such as modern software (Microsoft PowerPoint) and others.
Coursework and Assessment
Assessment criteria include: Exams (first, second and final) in theoretical courses. For practical and Design Studio courses, students handed over projects and drawings as well using modern software for presentations.
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Last updated February 26, 2018