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  • Architecture
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Urban & Township Planning

Architecture & Design - Architecture

Introduction

Architecture is a course to study buildings and their environment. Traditionally, architecture focuses on the buildings, complexes and the interior design of one house. With the development of the construction industry, the landscape architecture and urban design which originally classified as part of architecture have taken out from it and hence becoming an individual course. The knowledge that students need to cover is abundant yet in a wide range, they not only need to study the experience in construction activities, but also design a building with the theories and techniques that they have learnt, to produce a construction scheme ensuring the safety standards are met.

 

Study Subjects

  • Architectural and urban design
  • Architectural Design
  • Architectural History & Culture
  • Building Materials & Construction
  • Building Technology
  • Climatology
  • Computer-Aided Design & 3D Modelling
  • Drawing communication
  • Environmental Science & Sustainable Design
  • Measured Drawing
  • Sociology
  • Urban Issues
  • Water Supply and Waste Disposal

 

Career Opportunities

To become a certified architect, graduates need to finish Part I, II and III of the architecture course from the Lembaga Arkitek Malaysia (LAM).

Graduates can choose to devote themselves to the related construction enterprise or real estate company to become a construction consultant, responsible for architectural design, material procurement, engineering calculation and measurement.

Architecture & Design - Landscape Architecture

Introduction

Landscape architecture is a sub-branch of architecture. Different from architecture, this programme provides a strong fundamental in planning and designing of all the outdoor facilities such as garden landscapes, courtyards and parks. Therefore, students must have a wide spectrum of knowledge. From natural outdoors, environment planning, such as the distribution of green parks, landscape design, landscape construction and management, to the materials used, such as the planting design, the horticulture and etc are all within the curriculum of this course. Besides learning about planning, designing and constructing landscapes, students are equipped with various technical skills in order to design a sustainable environment.

 

Study Subjects

  • Landscape Surveying
  • Landscape Design
  • Plant Material
  • Horticulture Management
  • Planting Design
  • Presentation Techniques
  • Computer-aided Design (CAD)
  • Landscape Engineering

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates can join construction companies, real estate companies and other related fields to become a landscape architect or architectural advisor. Graduates can also enter the government departments that are responsible for designing, budgeting, valuation, consultation, monitoring and managing the landscape construction.

Architecture & Design - Urban & Township Planning

Introduction

Urban and Township Planning Studies is a course which derived from Architecture Studies, more concentrated on township infrastructure development. Students will learn on how to build and construct a township based on knowledge on demographics, location and terrain. Therefore, Statistics, Economics, Management and Urban Construction will be learning intensively by students.

 

Study Subjects

  • Statistics
  • Geography
  • Township development
  • Township design
  • Economics
  • Infrastructure
  • Landscaping

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates can be working as a Developer or Project Planner in private sectors. Besides, can enter Government sector to work as City Counsel.

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  • Architecture
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Urban & Township Planning

Architecture & Design - Architecture

Introduction

Architecture is a course to study buildings and their environment. Traditionally, architecture focuses on the buildings, complexes and the interior design of one house. With the development of the construction industry, the landscape architecture and urban design which originally classified as part of architecture have taken out from it and hence becoming an individual course. The knowledge that students need to cover is abundant yet in a wide range, they not only need to study the experience in construction activities, but also design a building with the theories and techniques that they have learnt, to produce a construction scheme ensuring the safety standards are met.

 

Study Subjects

  • Architectural and urban design
  • Architectural Design
  • Architectural History & Culture
  • Building Materials & Construction
  • Building Technology
  • Climatology
  • Computer-Aided Design & 3D Modelling
  • Drawing communication
  • Environmental Science & Sustainable Design
  • Measured Drawing
  • Sociology
  • Urban Issues
  • Water Supply and Waste Disposal

 

Career Opportunities

To become a certified architect, graduates need to finish Part I, II and III of the architecture course from the Lembaga Arkitek Malaysia (LAM).

Graduates can choose to devote themselves to the related construction enterprise or real estate company to become a construction consultant, responsible for architectural design, material procurement, engineering calculation and measurement.

Architecture & Design - Landscape Architecture

Introduction

Landscape architecture is a sub-branch of architecture. Different from architecture, this programme provides a strong fundamental in planning and designing of all the outdoor facilities such as garden landscapes, courtyards and parks. Therefore, students must have a wide spectrum of knowledge. From natural outdoors, environment planning, such as the distribution of green parks, landscape design, landscape construction and management, to the materials used, such as the planting design, the horticulture and etc are all within the curriculum of this course. Besides learning about planning, designing and constructing landscapes, students are equipped with various technical skills in order to design a sustainable environment.

 

Study Subjects

  • Landscape Surveying
  • Landscape Design
  • Plant Material
  • Horticulture Management
  • Planting Design
  • Presentation Techniques
  • Computer-aided Design (CAD)
  • Landscape Engineering

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates can join construction companies, real estate companies and other related fields to become a landscape architect or architectural advisor. Graduates can also enter the government departments that are responsible for designing, budgeting, valuation, consultation, monitoring and managing the landscape construction.

Architecture & Design - Urban & Township Planning

Introduction

Urban and Township Planning Studies is a course which derived from Architecture Studies, more concentrated on township infrastructure development. Students will learn on how to build and construct a township based on knowledge on demographics, location and terrain. Therefore, Statistics, Economics, Management and Urban Construction will be learning intensively by students.

 

Study Subjects

  • Statistics
  • Geography
  • Township development
  • Township design
  • Economics
  • Infrastructure
  • Landscaping

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates can be working as a Developer or Project Planner in private sectors. Besides, can enter Government sector to work as City Counsel.

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