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First year (Year of enrolment 2021/2022)

Course Code Semester CFU SSD Language
DESIGN WORKSHOP I 1036296 First semester 4 Italian
history of contemporary architecture and art 1026600 First semester 8 ICAR/18 Italian
Mathematics, level 1 1007334 First semester 8 MAT/05 Italian
TECHNICAL DRAWING 1026354 First semester 8 ICAR/17 Italian
FOREIGN LANGUAGES SKILLS AAF1185 First semester 3 Italian
DESIGN WORKSHOP I 1036296 Second semester 8 Italian
ARCHITECTURE TECHNOLOGY I 1007336 Second semester 8 ICAR/12 Italian
FUNDAMENTALS OF URBAN PLANNING AND TERRITORIAL GOVERNANCE 1036300 Second semester 10 Italian

Second year (Year of enrolment 2020/2021)

Course Code Semester CFU SSD Language
HISTORY OF ANTIQUE AND MEDIEVAL ARCHITECTURE 1026599 First semester 8 ICAR/18 Italian
MECHANICS OF STRUCTURES 1025928 First semester 8 ICAR/08 Italian
FUNDAMENTALS AND APPLICATIONS OF DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY 1026548 First semester 8 ICAR/17 Italian
DESIGN WORKSHOP II 1036461 Second semester 12 Italian
TECHNICAL PHYSICS (ENVIRONMENTAL) 1025854 Second semester 8 ING-IND/11 Italian
 Appraisal 1036466 Second semester 6 ICAR/22 Italian
MATHEMATICAL INSTITUTIONS II 1020340 Second semester 6 MAT/05 Italian
A SCELTA DELLO STUDENTE Second semester 6 Italian

Third year (Year of enrolment 2019/2020)

Course Code Semester CFU SSD Language
HISTORY OF MODERN ARCHITECTURE 1036465 First semester 8 ICAR/18 Italian
BUILDING SCIENCE 1025639 First semester 8 ICAR/08 Italian
DESIGN WORKSHOP III 1040347 First semester 12 Italian
A SCELTA DELLO STUDENTE First semester 6 Italian
COSTITUTIVE CHARACTERS OF HISTORICAL BUILDINGS AND RESTORATION PROBLEMS 1025846 Second semester 8 ICAR/19 Italian
PLANNING OF THE TERRITORY AND LANDSCAPE 1036463 Second semester 6 ICAR/21 Italian
ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY II 1026605 Second semester 6 ICAR/12 Italian
Training AAF1039 Second semester 1 Italian
Final exam AAF1004 Second semester 6 Italian

Ogni insegnamento prevede un esame finale, con voto espresso in trentesimi, nel quale vengono valutate le competenze acquisite dallo studente. A seconda della disciplina, l'esame potrà essere orale, scritto, comprendere sia una prova scritta e che una prova orale, prevedere la preparazione preliminare di elaborati progettuali, grafici o teorici. 

A seconda degli insegnamenti possono venire effettuate prove in itinere, consegne parziali di elaborati progettuali, grafici o teorici, seminari specifici strutturati in modo da evidenziare il grado di autonomia raggiunto dallo studente nell'organizzare il proprio apprendimento.

As according to the Faculty’s Calendar, the Study Plan can be presented only once in the academic year, in one of these two windows:

·       12 October/13 November in the first semester

·       10 April/20 May in the second semester
 

·The Study Plan must include 2 elective units for a total of 12 ECTS, which can reach a maximum of 15 ECTSs if one of the elective units is associated to more than 6 ECTSs (potential options: 1 exam of 12 ECTSs; 2 exams of 6 ECTS; 1 exam of 6 ECTS + 1 exam of 8 ECTS; 1 exam of 6 ECTS + 1 exam of 9 ECTS).

Elective units can be chosen among the whole list of units in the University’s Education Offer, also outside the disciplinary sectors strictly related to Architecture, as long as the choice is strongly justified from the academic point of view (the Study Course’s work group for Teaching assesses the coherence of the chosen elective units).

WHAT: The Excellence Pathway in Architecture Sciences seeks to enhance the formation of those exemplary students who are interested in pursuing further cultural activities. The Excellence Pathway is an integrative pathway to the Study Course, and it consists of additional learning activities to those of the Study Course.

 

HOW: Students admitted to the Excellence Pathway will be involved with two types of activities. The first are programmed by the teaching structure of reference, and consist of in-depth disciplinary and interdisciplinary studies, seminars and internships; the second are agreed with reference to their cultural and scientific vocations. Overall, these activities entail a maximum of 100 hours of work for the student, and they do not result in ECTSs.

...AND THEN ? When graduating, the student who has successfully completed an Excellence Pathway will receive a certificate from the Faculty Presidency, which will be recorded on the student’s curriculum, with the modalities established for other kind of certificates. In addition to this, the University will award the student with a prize corresponding to the amount of the taxes paid in the last year of course.

 

The Contact Lecturer for the Excellence Pathway in Architecture Sciences is: Prof. Alessandra Capanna (alessandra.capanna@uniroma1.it).

 

 

All information relating to the final exam is contained in the Graduation section