|Graduate University Study of Civil Engineering
|Undergraduate University Study of Architecture and Urban Planning
||Introduction to Urban Planning
History of Urban Form
Urban Planning I
Urban Planning II
Socio-Urban Research of Space
|Graduate University Study of Architecture and Urban Planning
Research in Urban Planning
Undergraduate University Study of Architecture and Urban Planning
Introduction to Urban Planning - a student will be able to:
- understand and recognize basic principles of urban planning and relevant theoretical knowledge;
- comprehend urban planning as a complex research process;
- identify and classify the methods of analyzes of the urban environment;
- demonstrate elementary practical skills required for solving urban planning tasks in the existent or simulated spatial context;
- understand contemporary requirements for sustainable urban development.
History of Urban Form - a student will be able to:
- understand a complex form of a city;
- comprehend the historical discourse as an inflected mean for further sustainable development of a city.
Urban Planning I - a student will be able to:
- interpret, apply and define the basic urban principles and regulations;
- recognize the fundamental features of urban context;
- analyze the characteristic attributes of urban structure and integrate them within the concept of urban planning projects;
- apply the elements and regulations of urban compositions in different scales;
- analyze key urban elements and morphological elements of urban structures and typologies;
- apply urban design tools in order to formulate and design the public space.
Urban Planning II - a student will be able to:
- develop urban plan for the low rise housing area on the level of the detailed urban plan;
- analyze and consider important elements of spatial and social context of the area planned;
- apply interdisciplinary approach within the task of macro-urban planning project or the urban reconstruction project;
- use diverse urban typologies and morphologies of built structure in order to define and design high quality urban space;
Socio-Urban Research of Space - a student will be able to:
- critically consider application of some types of sociological analysis and technique in exploration of space;
- construct and apply various analytical procedures (analysis) and research, especially those of empirical type;
- analyze, interpret and generalize research results;
- understand advantages and range of the interdisciplinary research of space, especially when architectural and sociological approaches, orientations, projects approach each other.
Graduate University Study of Architecture and Urban Planning
Modern urbanism - a student will be able to:
- understand different modern theoretical paradigms and ideas;
- analyze the causal and consequential connection between the social paradigms determined by historical moment (technological, institutional, political, cultural) and urbanistic discourse;
- compare different concepts of social housing within the 20th century framework and analyze their typological variations;
- analyze the implications that different urbanistic theories had on the complex form of the city.
Research in Urban Planning - a student will be able to:
- work in groups in a complex planning process of research;
- access and engage with key literature and other sources of knowledge;
- recognize problems and offer guidelines for a strategic sustainable development of the society based on global processes of urban planning;
- comprehend and integrate local consequences, factors or urban development, heritage and projections;
- understand the profession of architect and the role of the architect in society, in particular in preparing briefs that take account of social factors;
- investigate, analyze, interpret, design and present projects of an urban design scale;
- prepare frameworks and concepts in a professional and visionary manner.
Urban Design - a student will be able to:
- identify and interpret both progressive and regressive processes of urban development;
- comprehend typologies, models and methods of defining and articulating urban matrix and morphologies;
- use basic principles of function and design of urban and communal infrastructure and its influence on urban design and processes in urban space;
- propose and construct the proper dimensions of space necessary for infrastructural buildings and structures;
- reproduce the basic technical, functional and spatial parameters of urban and communal infrastructure;
- reproduce the basic principles of function and criteria for urban planning of complex spatial requirements such as transport hubs, campus areas, industries, agriculture areas and touristic developments;
- recognize, interpret and validate the conditions and processes of city scapes followed by ability of its articulation and control.
Urban Economy - a student will be able to:
- understand economic aspects of the process of the city and region development;
- understand the profession of architect and urban planner and their role in the society, in particular in preparing briefs that take account of social factors.
Integrated Environmental Protection - a student will be able to:
- analyze the interactions between human activity in urban environments and processes in the environment;
- identify environmental pollutions from the urban environment;
- predict the possible impact of pollution on the urban environment;
- evaluate and to recommend environmental measures and activities;
- evaluate and to comment environmental impact assessment reports;
- plan the urban environment in accordance with the principle of sustainable development.