Bachelors in Architecture (B.Arch) at TED University: $9,000/year (Scholarship Available)
The basic goal of TED University Department of Architecture is to provide an architectural education which aims to train students to become architects who are able to meet contemporary world’s increasing demand for flexible thinking and production; and who can follow technological, social and practical developments day to day. The Department of Architecture incorporates the student oriented education policy of TED University and the practice of learning by doing, which is an essential requirement of architectural education and aims to define an education environment that facilitates interdisciplinary information exchange.
With the purpose of nurturing a critical culture on the built environment and the mutual relation of architectural education with social and cultural context, the program focuses on developing skills for inquisitive research, analytical thinking, innovative problem solving, intellectual productivity and sensitiveness for professional ethics. An additional aim of the program is to create awareness on sustainability and sustainable environments. Accordingly, the students are encouraged to develop innovative methods for the design and construction of a sustainable physical environment.
In this context TED University Department of Architecture, provides its students with a practice based, research-oriented experience, within an independent and unique learning and research atmosphere.
The program, aims that its students intensively engage with professional practices besides following the contemporary academic and technological advancements on their way to completing their education. For this aim, it plans to establish an environment, in light of technological advancements, which allows the students to question and experience new environments and tools. Additionally, students and researchers are encouraged to monitor contemporary academic research closely and are expected to direct studies in these fields.