TUT | Architecture News
As a discipline, architecture falls in the realm of creativity. It has its roots in both the arts and science. It demands a love for precision, geometry and order, as well as a passion for mystery, wonder and the unknown. An architectural office is an informal and colourful environment. Projects are usually a team effort involving everybody in the office, as well as many other people, such as clients, consultants and contractors. With lecturers who are experts in architecture, we commit to providing students with the best experience in architectural education and life skills in general.
The Department of Architecture offers two undergraduate courses in architecture, namely B Tech: Architecture Professional, course code BTPS09, and B Tech: Architectural Technology, course code BTAQ95. The first three years of both courses are identical, thereafter students follow a different curriculum.
At the Department of Architecture at TUT, there are two mainstream courses: Bachelors of Architecture (Professional) and Bachelors of Architecture (Technology). For the first three academic years, the two courses follow the same academic program, where after the student will have a choice to either pursue the professional or the management streams.
BACHELORS OF ARCHITECTURE (PROFESSIONAL)
This course is offered on a day-class basis only. Four years, presented as follows…READ MORE
BACHELORS OF ARCHITECTURE (TECHNOLOGY)
This course is offered on a day-class basis only. Four years, presented as follows… READ MORE