A student is eligible for a Bachelor of Design in Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Urbanism after obtaining credit for all courses listed in the program of study. This requirement will normally be met by completing four Winter Sessions with a full credit load.
A student transferring from a program of study outside the Bachelor of Design program at another Post-Secondary Institution may be granted Transfer Credit.
|DES 101, Introductory Workshop||1|
|DES 110, Measured Architectural Drawing|
|VISA 180, Studio One, Foundation and Media|
|DES 130, Design, Culture and Ecology|
|DES 200, Design Thinking|
|DES 220, Architecture and Urbanism in Context: Vancouver and its Region|
|DES 230, Sustainability by Design|
|DES 201, Design Studio I – Context and Site||6|
|DES 202, Design Studio II – Form||6|
|DES 211, Design Media I||3|
|DES 212, Design Media II||3|
|DES 231, Site Analysis and Planning||3|
|DES 232, Material Culture||3|
|DES 320, History of the Design of the Built Environment||3|
|DES 301, Design Studio III - Building Scale Synthesis||9|
|DES 302, Design Studio IV - Vancouver||9|
|DES 330, Structural Systems and Supports||3|
|DES 421, Design Theory||3|
|DES 321, Topics in Architectural History I|
|DES 323, Histories in Landscape Architecture|
|DES 401, Design Studio V - Urban Systems Synthesis||9|
|DES 402, Design Studio VI: Senior Project||9|
|DES 422, Urbanism by Design||3|
|DES 430, Environment, Urban Form and Infrastructure||3|
|DES 445, Entrepreneurship and Ethics in Design||3|
1 The Reading Requirement can be fulfilled by successfully completing one of ARTH 101, 102, ENGL 110, 111, 120, or the equivalent.
2 The Writing requirement can be fulfilled by successfully completing one of ENGL 100, WRDS 150, or the equivalent.
3 Transfer students may alternately fulfill the Reading and Writing requirements with ASTU 100 or the equivalent
4 The Geography Requirement can be fulfilled by successfully completing one of GEOS 102, 103, GEOG 121, 122, or the equivalent. GEOS 102, 103 or Physical Geography equivalent highly recommended.
5 A minimum of 12 credits of senior-level courses must be included within the elective requirements.