Covering cultural, social and environmental topics related to interiors and the built environment, these courses prepare students for the first steps in their architectural education.
The courses equip students with a range of design skills, including digital drawing, model making and theory of construction.
Here are six undergraduate architectural degrees on Dezeen Courses:
The Honours Bachelor of Architectural Studies (BAS) course at the University of Waterloo in London prepares students for careers in architecture by teaching practical and theoretical skills, including construction methods and designing creatively.
The Interior Architecture and Design BA (Hons) course at Sheffield Hallam University in Sheffield, UK, offers students real-world design experience with site visits, work placements and designing live projects.
The Bachelor in Architectural Studies course at IE University in Madrid and Segovia, Spain, equips students with both architecture-specific and transferable design skills.
The Diploma in Architectural Interior Design course at Inchbald School of Design in London equips students with advanced hand-drawn and digital skills.
The Architecture BSc (Hons) course at the University of East London prepares students to enter the discipline as socially and environmentally conscious architects with strong theoretical and practical knowledge.
The Bachelor of Architectural Design course at Monash University in Melbourne is taught in the style that real-world architecture firms function in, equipping students with transferable design skills.
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