Department of Architecture
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Faculty of Built Environment,
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia,
UTM Skudai, 81310 Johor,
The Department of Architecture (Malay: Jabatan Senibina), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) is the oldest school of architecture in Malaysia. It is one of the five schools under the Faculty of Built Environment. The origin of the school could be traced back to the early days of Kuala Lumpur Technical School, Brickfields Drive, Kuala Lumpur which was established in 1904. Its current reiteration was founded in 1975 in Jalan Gurney, Kuala Lumpur. The school later was moved to its current location in Skudai Campus, Johor during the mass migration into the larger, eventually the main campus of UTM, in 1987. Currently the UTM Department of Architecture is ranked as one of the best architecture school in Malaysia.
UTM School of Architecture
BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE
Architecture is the art and science of building. It’s activities encompass the design, development and planning of the built environment as well as managing the construction process. Architects play the key role in creating buildings and habitats that serve as integrated solutions to issues and contexts as diverse as design, research, practice, construction, socio-culture, human behaviour, history, and the environment. An architect’s design could extend from working places and simple individual living, to communal and urban living of the society. Such role demands highly professional and ethical individuals in creating better built environment. The Bachelor of Science in Architecture programme at UTM is designed to produce individuals that can fulfil this role.
The Bachelor of Science in Architecture Programme is a professional degree that is equivalent to the professional qualification of the Board of Architects Malaysia Part I, which is the first part of a two tier architecture programme. The programme emphasise on architectural design skill based studio projects and the complementary courses. Competent skills and knowledge addressed with the programme, contribute to the development of architecture within the National framework, for sustainable development.
To continuation of the Board of Architects Malaysia Part II is addressed in the Master of Architecture programme.
Four main objectives are:
- To produce graduates who are knowledgeable and competent in line with the professional qualification of Board of Architect Malaysia Part I.
- To produce graduates who are able to solve design problems based sound facts and idea.
- To produce graduates who are professionally ethical, aware and responsive to the values of humanity and sustainability.
- To produce graduates who are competitive, effectively communicative and contributive to working teams and competitive.