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The Master of Architecture graduate degree programme offers a complete, accredited curriculum providing Canadian Architectural Certification Board [CACB] approved professional standing, affording automatic parity with the professional standards set by the US National Architectural Accreditation Board [NAAB]. As with all accredited, professional degrees, the course of study is highly demanding, with a large proportion of the curriculum being assigned to core, required coursework. Within this challenging programme, opportunities to develop individual identity and special skills are made possible through the selection of topic design studios, thoughtful engagement with electives and especially through the execution of the Graduation Project / Thesis. The School maintains admirable instructor-student ratios in all aspects of the curriculum, including design studios. As well, the size of the School implies a strong likelihood that each student will have the opportunity to work with a broad array of full-time faculty. Beyond immediate University resources, including a research library ranked among the best in Canada, the School enjoys significant links within the local professional design community including frequent visits for reviews, seminars and participation on thesis committees. Through the activities of faculty and regular Studies Abroad programmes, the MArch curriculum also enjoys a healthy engagement with cultural concerns worldwide. [Curriculum] While the overall scope of the MArch curriculum remains constant, trajectories through the programme can vary depending upon previous academic experiences, their consequence in advanced placement, and individual fine-tuning of content and sequence. Students with a background in design studies are given varying degrees of advanced placement, but will in general share the essential sequence of progress through the curriculum with students from unrelated disciplines. Note: Design studio courses are typically given 9 credits, and seminars and lectures 3 credits. The programme sequence for an incoming student requiring the full 119 credits of study will resemble the following: First Year | August Arch 502 Introductory Workshop First Year | Fall Term Arch 500 Introductory Design Studio I Arch 503 Themes in Architecture and Design Arch 512 Architectural Structures I Arch 515 Design Media First Year | Spring Term Arch 501 | Advanced Vertical Design Studio Arch 504 | Architectural History 1A Arch 511 | Architectural Technology 1 Arch 517 | Design Media II Second Year | Fall Term Arch 520 | Advanced Vertical Design Studio Arch 505 | Architectural History 1B Arch 513 | Environmental Systems & Controls I Arch 531 | Architectural Technology II Second Year | spring term Arch 521 | Comprehensive Building Studio Arch 523 | Current Theories in Architecture Arch 532 | Architectural Structures II Arch 533 | Environmental Systems and Controls II Progress Review At this point in the programme following completion of the majority of core required courses, all students undergo a review of the full extent of the design work they have completed to date (including work done prior to the programme where appropriate). This review not only assesses the breadth of content observed in the portfolio and assists in advising students as they focus on completing the assigned design studio sequence and anticipate preparation of the Graduation Project/Thesis. Third Year | Fall Term Arch 540 | Advanced Vertical Design Studio Arch 541 | Process and Practice of Architecture Arch 548 | Graduation Design Project Part I: Directed Study 1 Elective 2 1 Students are unable to enroll for the first phase of their Graduation Project - the DS - unless all core coursework has been completed, or will be completed during that same term of study. Third Year | Spring Term Arch 549 | Graduation Design Project Part II: Design Thesis Arch 543 | Topics in Applied Professional Practice Elective 2 2 One elective must be an approved Advanced History / Theory offering. This seminar must be taken from a selection of elective offerings approved by the faculty. The remaining three electives are typically taken during summer sessions or in an additional winter session. The School endeavors to offer summer session options in an effort to foster flexibility within the demands of a professional programme. Summer session offerings may include a six-credit Studies Abroad course, Process and Practice of Architecture, and an advanced History/Theory Elective. Design/Build coursework will be made available on an intermittent basis as appropriate circumstances allow. Prerequisite requirements are generally clear from course name and number, but should in any case be confirmed prior to registration. The decision to pursue Architectural Studies Abroad, typically offered in alternate years, may affect the sequence of prerequisites outlined here, with adjustments being made accordingly in consultation with the School's Graduate Advisor. Co-operative Elective The School offers an elective co-operative programme in which MArch students will spend the equivalent of two terms of time [eight months] in an appropriate professional context. Credit towards the MArch degree will accrue, and the students involved will acquire invaluable insight into potential professional roles. Students in the past have taken advantage of co-op opportunities in London, Toronto and Vancouver and the School encourages this opportunity to explore alternative forms of practice in a time of increasing transformation of the traditional expectations within the profession. [Progress Review] While adjudication of progress is made in the grading of each design studio, the School also takes the opportunity at the completion of the fourth design studio (or its equivalent), to conduct a comprehensive faculty review of each student's design body of accomplishment. The purpose of the review is to confirm appropriate content coverage and anticipate adequate student preparedness in anticipation of the Graduation Project/Thesis. The criteria used in determining faculty approval are as follows: Overall Academic Standing in Design The student's progress through the School is reviewed. High or low grades, general improvement in grades or general decline are considered. Design Ability in a Range of Design Projects It is expected that the student, through their selection of design tutorials, will have demonstrated a range of skills and design experiences. Areas where there are weaknesses or gaps in coverage are noted where appropriate and recommendations concerning subsequent design studios made accordingly. Readiness to Proceed with the Thesis Project Based upon the evidence of the portfolio of work and supporting discussion, the faculty will assess the level of preparedness for self-directed thesis work. Evidence of responsible independence in setting and inflecting tutorial topics, a sophisticated sense of design process, a rich repertoire of cultural context and developed sense of three-dimensional assembly and construction are examples of accomplishments considered appropriate in this regard. The reviews are scheduled by the School office several weeks prior to the end of classes each term and any students on a Studies Abroad who would normally be scheduled for the review will be reviewed in early September. Students exhibit their work at the designated time, and all work must be labeled clearly indicating name, topic, mentor's name, course number, and date taken. No work outside tutorial work is required to be presented, but may be included at the student's discretion. The review is conducted by all of the design faculty as a 'committee of the whole' with the resulting likelihood that the mentor for a given tutorial will be present at the review. In such instances, mentors act as advocates for the students, helping to provide a clear context for the work to the benefit of the committee's consideration of the review. Written summaries are prepared for each student, with individual faculty members being available for interview and elaboration. In general, the assessment of capability will correspond to one of the following categories "Pass" Clear progress, notwithstanding suggestions concerning tutorial topic areas which might usefully amplify current accomplishments. Proceed to final studio. "Conditional Pass" Progress is borderline. Proceed to next vertical studio with progress to DS/Thesis contingent upon a further review upon completion of that studio. "Additional studio required" On the evidence of the portfolio, additional studio work at the vertical studio level is required prior to progress to the DS/Thesis graduation project. A final review will take place on completion of that studio. [Graduation Project - Thesis Guidelines] The intention of the guidelines is to set out the expectations of the School with respect to all aspects of the Graduation Project, and to set out the responsibilities of the student, mentor, committees and faculty regarding projects, review and approvals, dates, etc. so that the Thesis Project can be completed in a timely manner. For complete regulations pertaining to the Graduation Project, refer to the UBC Calendar. In the course of selecting their topic for the Thesis Project, students should discuss their intentions with several members of faculty to locate a compatible mentor who supports the intended content of the explorations. Ideally these preliminary discussions will assist in helping to clarify the intent of the research, and may result in a working agreement for future mentorship. In any event, students must by the end of the first week of term present an explicit statement of their area of study, with their intended choice of faculty. These statements are reviewed by the entire faculty and a definitive allocation of mentors and permission to proceed will be decided. Typically the first portion of the Graduation Project - the Directed Study - in which topic research is refined attracts mentors from throughout the faculty. For the second portion - the Design Thesis - a committee is formed, typically of three or four members. The committee must include a member of the School's full- time design faculty as committee chair. Additional mentors may be drawn from School faculty, from elsewhere in the UBC academic community and from the Vancouver professional community including architecture and allied arts. The School is fortunate in maintaining a broad range of regular external support for the Thesis Projects, and will assist students in establishing an engaged and supportive committee. It should be noted that because of varying enrollment, it is not always possible to match student interests with the mentor of initial choice. Students are accordingly encouraged to make contact well in advance of the beginning of the term. For those who do not have a committed mentor at the beginning of term, the Faculty Thesis Review Committee will recommend a mentor, assuming the student proves readiness for enrollment.
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