Compulsory Departmental Courses

ENG121 - Basic English I (4 + 0) 3

Vocabulary, structure and communicative skills at beginners level; various topics such as countries, nationalities, jobs, family, feelings, food and drink, colors and clothes and daily routines

ENG122 - Basic English II (4 + 0) 3

Vocabulary, structure and communicative skills at beginners level; various themes such as transport, travel, dates, holidays, money, and shopping..

ENG221 - Basic English III (3 + 0) 3

More vocabulary, structure and communicative skills at elementary level; various themes such as touristic places, hotel services, life styles and daily routines, people and personality, food and drink and various cultural elements.

ENG222 - Basic English IV (3 + 0) 3

More vocabulary, structure and communicative skills at elementary level; various themes such as travel, places, appearance, plans, health, weather, phone conversations, and cultural elements.

ENG321 - Basic English for Occupational Purposes I (3 + 0) 3

Academic and job-related commucation skills; functions such as describing routines, people and jobs, talking about business gatherings, talking about obligations and permissions, asking for help and giving advice at work, and writing e-mails.

ENG322 - Basic English for Occupational Purposes II (3 + 0) 3

Academic and job-related commucation skills; functions such as pressure at work, budget, schedules and deadlines, interview techniques, discussing on academic qualifications, job skills, career development, making arrangements and writing e-mails.

HIST101 - Principles of Atatürk and History of Turkish Revolution I (2 + 0) 2

French Revolution; structure and geopolitic positioning of Ottoman Empire, reasons of its decline; Westernization movements, First and Second Constitutional Monarchy declarations; Libya and Balkan wars; First World War; period before the War of Independence, congresses, National Pact, establishment of Turkish Grand National Assembly.

HIST102 - Principles of Atatürk and History of Turkish Revolution II (2 + 0) 2

War of Independence; Lausanne Treaty; declaration of the Republic; removal of sultanic rule and caliphate; Atatürk`s revolutions; establishment of national economy; Second World War, before and after; Turkish Republic after 1960.

HIST201 - History of Civilization (3 + 0) 3

A chronological order of the rise of civilizations from Sumer until the Scientific Revolution.

KRY111 - Career Planning (1 + 0) 1

Being a student at Atilim University, Student-centered programs at Atilim University, Faculty, Department presentations, Career Planning and Coop Program, Erasmus, CV writing types, Interview techniques, Effective Communication and presentation techniques, Intelligence and Personality

MATH107 - Basic Mathematics I (2 + 0) 2

Sets, numbers, intervals, absolute value, exponential and radicals, equations and inequalities, polynomials, coordinate system in the plane, equations of line and conics in the plane and their graphs, systems of linear equations, matrices and determinants.

MATH108 - Basic Mathematics II (2 + 0) 2

Functions, trigonometric functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, limits and continuity, derivative, applications of derivative, definite and indefinite integrals, integration techniques, area and volume computation.

MMR-GE4SP1-Girişimcilik Havuzu - Non-Departmental Elective (0 + 0) 3

MMR101 - Basic Design in Architecture I (4 + 8) 10

Design experience, concepts, and principles; two-dimensional design with components as shape, line, color, and texture; in addition to these components, light, shade/shadow and surface plasticity for relief design; and three-dimensional design work that create, along with all these components, solid, void, mass, and volume.

MMR102 - Basic Design in Architecture II (4 + 8) 10

Structural principle-form relation; function-space relation at human and architectural scales; translating the data obtained through analysis into design data and knowledge; structure-space-function integration in simple architectural design exercises; shaping topography as a component of design at urban and architectural scales. Pre-requisite:

MMR103 - Graphics Communication I (2 + 2) 6

Fundamentals of using drawing instruments; line and lettering exercises; two-dimensional drawing techniques of geometric shapes; drawing orthogonal views of an object with vertical projection method; plan, section and elevation drawing techniques.

MMR104 - Graphics Communication II (2 + 2) 6

wo and three dimensional communication and drawing techniques in architectural design.

MMR106 - Modelling Techniques (1 + 2) 3

Implementation in cycles of various materials with paper and cardboard derivatives in particular, in model making.

MMR111 - Architectural Principles and Concepts (3 + 0) 4

Scope, experience, and concepts related to the discipline of architecture and architectural design; phenomena of form; behavioral characteristics of form, a.) perceptual values related with corporeal, spatial, and surface characteristics and use of the principles of visual order, b.) structural principles and systems, c.) performances achieved.

MMR122 - History of Architecture I (3 + 0) 4

Comparative study of architectural and art historical development and of geographic differences with socio-cultural interactions, from the Paleolithic Era on, with visual illustrations

MMR201 - Architectural Design I (4 + 8) 10

Study of the historic data, topography and morphological condition of a selected site for an architectural project with a simple function encompassing human, physical environment and social environment relations; individual development of an architectural design supported by studio work and criticisms. Pre-requisite: MMR 102 Basic Design II

MMR202 - Architectural Design II (4 + 8) 10

Analyis of the nearby built environment for a multi-functional architectural project at an urban site; individual development of an architectural design supported by studio work and criticisms. Prerequisite: MMR 201 Architectural Design I

MMR223 - History of Architecture II (3 + 0) 3

Phases of architectural history from the beginning of 15th century until mid-19th century; reflection of changes in social structure on architecture; examples from European architecture after the 1789 French Revolution; developments in the World and Turkey; Central Asia , Seljuk and Beylik Era Architecture, Ottoman Architecture.

MMR224 - History of Architecture III (3 + 0) 3

Transhistorical principles of design through works that have chronologically left their traces; handling of these principles together with the developments in the periods that these works belong.

MMR231 - Statics and Strength of Materials (3 + 0) 4

Vectors; the concept of force; equilibrium of rigid objects; bearings; space frame; shear force and bending moment; internal forces in beams; center of gravity; moment of inertia; states of stress and strain; simple and unified strength conditions of stick-form elements; effects of bending and torsion.

MMR232 - Structural Behaviour and Analysis (3 + 0) 4

Strain types and structural behaviors of building components and elements; structural system diversity: form active systems, vector active systems, surface active systems, hybrid systems, inflated systems, tall building systems.

MMR253 - Building Elements and Systems I (2 + 2) 4

Building systems, soil-structure interaction, interactions of structure-environmental factors, load-carrying systems building components ; research and application of design and feasibility at different scales.

MMR254 - Building Elements and Systems II (2 + 2) 4

Roof systems, solutions and details, doors, windows, curtain walls, information on wet spaces; decisions about materials and construction in the light of knowledge acquired; procurement of system and spot details at scales of 1/20, 1/10, 1/5, 1/2, 1/1.

MMR299 - Internship I (10 + 20) 6

4 weeks.

MMR301 - Architectural Design III (4 + 8) 10

Environmental analysis and study of the existing nearby built environment for a fuunctionally complex architectural design project that encompasses human and social environment relations; individual development of an architectural design supported by studio work and criticisms. Pre-requisite: MMR 202 Architectural Design II

MMR302 - Architectural Design IV (4 + 8) 10

Critical analysis of buildings and groups of buildings, and their relations with the city at different levels of scale; research study on complex functions, various types of structure, construction, and types of production for an architectural project that involves development of complex and multi-functional building programs and alternative solut

MMR306 - Urban Design (2 + 2) 4

A selected urban zone to be studied analytically at different levels of scale; processes of making decisions required at different scales in development of a design; selected readings for inculcating the terminology and language of urban design.

MMR311 - Principles of City Planning (3 + 0) 4

Emergence of the city, its development in different periods; phenomenon of urban life; professional terminology of the land-use functions and use areas and factors that form the city; planning approach to the city and planning principles of different urban areas and overall urban form; factors that shape the urban environment; urban concepts, data,

MMR331 - Structural Design I (2 + 2) 5

Improvement of construction and detail design capabilities through seminars, lectures and analyses; comprehension of appropriate techniques for structural system analysis, different materials and their characteristics.

MMR332 - Structural Design II (2 + 2) 5

Advanced level expression of structural systems; strain types and structural behaviors of building components and elements; structural system diversity: form active systems, vector active systems, surface active systems, hybrid systems, inflated systems, tall building systems treated in advenced and sophistaicated form.

MMR381 - Control of Physical Environment I (2 + 2) 5

Evaluation of the positive and negative impact of sound and echo control in interiors; detection of the positive and negative aspects of natural and artificial lighting and use of types of lighting in design; technical precautions to be taken during implementation and use.

MMR382 - Control of Physical Environment II (2 + 2) 5

Natural and built environments and the effects of the environment on human beings. Natural and artificial energy resources. Knowledge about installations (clean water - waste water, heating, lighting) in implementation and use; technical precautions taken against fire in architectural projects.

MMR399 - Internship II (0 + 0) 10

6 weeks.

MMR401 - Architectural Design V (4 + 8) 10

Analysis of the environment and the existing nearby built environment for an architectural project that provides scope for urban discourse and new technological potentials and multi-dimensional research; achievement and presentation in two and three dimensions of an architectural form with function, spatial organization and structure relations

MMR402 - Architectural Design VI (4 + 8) 10

Analysis of the environment and the existing nearby built environment for an architectural project that provides scope for urban discourse and new technological potentials and multi-dimensional research; achievement and presentation in two and three dimensions of an architectural form with function, spatial organization and structure relations

MMR491 - Design and Project Management (3 + 0) 6

Design, project and quality management, factors affecting the design in connection to legalislative and administrative systems, humans, physical environment, actions, user demands, limitations, selection priorities, analysis and organization of evaluation criteria; evaluation and control.

MMR499 - Internship III (0 + 0) 10

6 weeks.

TURK401 - Turkish Language I (2 + 0) 2

Languages and their classification; history of Turkish language, its spread over the world and its place among other languages; Turkish language in the republic era; orthography; expressions; foreign words, suffixes and prefixes; punctuation; language and verbalism.

TURK402 - Turkish Language II (2 + 0) 2

Written expression and its genres; bibliography; sentence structure and types; misexpression; verbal expressions.

Elective Courses

ART201 - Introduction to Photography (3 + 0) 4

Definition of photography and the photographer, the uses of photography in life, camera and its parts (aperture, iso, shutter, lens), light and its use in photography, composition rules in photography, the works of photographers from the world and Turkey.

ART202 - Cartoon (3 + 0) 4

Basic information on cartoon; drawing techniques using simple rules; humor; career-oriented cartoon work.

ART221 - Annotated History of Music (3 + 0) 4

The evolution of music in history of humanity; music in the process of becoming an art, the authencities of music; the historical analysis of music, information exchange as well as the main distinctions between art and other cultural domains.

ART222 - History of Jazz (3 + 0) 4

The history of music before 1900`s; Blues and Ragtime music genres; the impacts of musical, social and cultural structures of jazz music in New Orleans before its emergence in the region; main jazz movements starting from the very first Dixieland music to Fusion jazz movement today.

ART223 - Performing Jazz (3 + 0) 4

Human voice in terms of its anatomy, physiology and its techniques.

ART224 - History of Argentine Tango (3 + 0) 4

Where does the tango come from; tango-culture relationship; the origin and the evolution of Argentine tango; spreading of the dance to Europe and the world; the effects of tango on economic crisis and political changes in the world.

ART225 - Introduction to Classical Guitar (3 + 0) 4

Fundamentals of music; notes, rhythm and fundamental music vocabulary; notes on the guitar, diagrams.

ART226 - World Music Cultures (3 + 0) 4

The characteristics of music in the major regions of the world and its handling in the context of geographical, cultural, religious, social, economic and political factors.

ART235 - Polyphonic Chorus (3 + 0) 4

In this course, correct breathing, voice production and dissemination are intended to gain the right skills.It aims to gain the habit of synchronized voice and choral works.

ART251 - Watercolour Painting (3 + 0) 4

Basic knowledge of watercolour painting art and its history; watercolour techniques, tools and materials; demonstration of some real watercolour painting samples; basic principles and practice of painting techniques.

ART252 - Free Ceramic Forming (3 + 0) 4

The ceramic clay; using clay for freehand forming; creating unique ceramic forms without restricting the individual creativity; creating two- or three-dimensional free-form designs using the ceramic clay.

ART260 - Short Film (3 + 0) 4

Information about writing script for a short film, shooting plan, budget, scenery, costumes, and directing.

ART261 - Screenplay (3 + 0) 4

Basic information about movie script and its theories; creating a synopsis treatman and a scenario based on original or adopted stories.

ART262 - Traditional Tile Decoration and Modern Interpretations (3 + 0) 4

Tile technique, traditional and modern motifs or figures, application of motifs on biscuit material.

ART263 - Diction (3 + 0) 4

How to speak fluently and effectively in front of an audience; elocution techniques; use of body language in the best possible way; developing self-confidence, strengthening communication skills.

ART264 - Interior Design of Sculpture (3 + 0) 4

Shape elements, point-line-surface relation, drawing techniques, form-shape, measure-ratio, light-dark, shadow-light, volume information, texture types and touch.

ART266 - Jewelry Design (3 + 0) 4

Shape elements, point-line-surface relation, drawing techniques, form-shape, measure-ratio, light-dark, shadow-light, volume information, texture types and touch; hand tools; production using simple modeling techniques; cutting and leveling techniques, assembly and skidding procedures; design preparation, metal and different material shaping and

ART267 - Theatre (3 + 0) 4

Play staging, play writing, analysis, dramaturgy, acting, stage design, play management.

ART271 - Creative Drama (3 + 0) 4

Games and exercises designed by Viola Spolin to stimulate action, relation, spontaneity and creativity of individuals in a group setting; techniques such as warming up games, improvisations, roleplay, writing, story telling etc.

ART280 - New Methods in the Preservation of Artifacts (3 + 0) 4

Description of general principles and assumptions about the preservation of the art work, protection of artifacts and materials and techniques used in this process

ART281 - The Healings of Art (1 + 2) 4

Contribution to the self's personal inner journey through art, artist's inner essential through art and healing techniques (breath, meditation etc.), discovery of the appropriate artistic space, the self through movement, body percussion, music, storytelling, visual arts (photography, collage, inspirational drawing, meditative painting, clay, etc).

ART282 - Voice Training, Solfage, Correpetition (3 + 3) 4

Correct usage techniques of breathing, diaphragm and voice, professional singing education, excercises of developing musical ear, theoretical knowledge of musical note and rhythm, dictation (be able to writing down on paper in the form of notes and rhythm the heared sound or music), excercises of developing musical ear, working accompanied with

ART283 - Garden and Landscape Art (3 + 0) 4

The concepts of garden and landscape art in a historical perspective from the beginning to the present.

ART284 - Stage Management of Theater and Movie Review (3 + 0) 4

Analysing theater plays that dominated the history of theater in philosophical theme; finding the substances and determine in search of theatric space at the world theater journey, discussion of the predeterminated movies that made the breakthrough in world history within the context of Sartre/Existentialist philosophy and Spinoza/Ethica.

ART285 - Innovative Visual Narrative (3 + 0) 4

Investigation of the visual narration processes through selected examples;preperation of a research report in line with the selected type of visual narration; information about the effectiveness of the visual material or visual narrative on thinking,decision making and personal communication;evaluation;effects of innovative approaches on visual

ART286 - Simple Restoration Techniques in Artworks (3 + 0) 4

General principles and assumptions about artifact repair, simple repairs using different modern materials.

ART287 - Couple Dances (3 + 0) 4

Education of basic music and rhythm, body awareness, movement, coordination, gesture, expression and tendency for couple harmony.

ART288 - Rhetoric: Beautiful and Effective Speaking Art (3 + 0) 4

Expressing thoughts and opinions in the best, most effective and most accurate manner, speaking effectively, and persuading communities.

ART289 - Art of Mosaic (3 + 0) 4

Information about mosaic art and mosaic construction techniques used as an ornamentation element for centuries.

ART290 - Museum and Museology (3 + 0) 4

The development of Museology in the West, in the Ottoman Period and in Turkey, Law of Protection of Cultural and Natural Properties, Museum Visits; Studies on art works at museum.

ART291 - Body Language and the Art of Persuasion (3 + 0) 4

Posture, mimic, gesture, a correct and accurate way of using the intonation of speech; leadership skills and abilities to convince or persuade someone to accept a desired way of thinking in the business and social environment; convincing others to adopt new ideas using body language.

ART292 - Sign Language (3 + 0) 4

Developing the ability to communicate daily with hearing disabilities.

ART294 - Stage Makeup (3 + 0) 4

Plastic makeup; form working on model; coloration of silicon mold and placing on human face.

ART295 - Classical Turkish Music (3 + 0) 4

Classical Turkish Music; theory and application techniques in traditional, classical and modern periods.

ART296 - Methods of Exhibition (3 + 0) 4

The general principles and assumptions about different exhibition methods such as museums, galleries, fairs and expositions.

ART297 - Creative Presentation in Digital Arts (3 + 0) 4

3D modeling techniques suitable for 3D product presentation, workflows of multiple software design, scene lighting render and animation settings, editing presentation animation, using render passes layers in compositing and color correction process.

ART298 - Stage Makeup (3 + 0) 4

In line with the course objective and expected learning outcomes, the course will expose students to various aspects of theatrical makeup application for stage, such as historical context, products, tools and techniques.

HUM102 - World History from the French Revolution to the Present (3 + 0) 4

The important events in the world in the 19th and 20th centuries, especially during the First and Second World Wars and Cold War.

HUM103 - Comparative Turkish and World History (3 + 0) 4

The course of events in the world from geographical discoveries onwards and their impacts on the Ottoman Empire and Turkey.

HUM108 - The History of Early Modern Mediterranean (1450-1789) (3 + 0) 4

The description of the early modern Mediterranean in general terms from the geographical discoveries to the French Revolution; political, social, historical and economic developments and transformations in the early modern Mediterranean; wars and trade in the axis of Ottoman-Spanish hegemony struggle in the Mediterranean basin.

HUM109 - The History of Early Modern Mediterranean (1450-1789) (3 + 0) 4

The description of the early modern Mediterranean in general terms from the geographical discoveries to the French Revolution; political, social, historical and economic developments and transformations in the early modern Mediterranean; wars and trade in the axis of Ottoman-Spanish hegemony struggle in the Mediterranean basin.

HUM112 - Preparation for Professional Life (3 + 0) 4

Greeting others kindly and politely; personality traits, body language and smiling; introduction to professional life; preparing CV and resume and preparation for interviews; the concept of being a good human: ethical conduct; the manners of new generation in business life; time management and its importance; addiction in business life, the limits of the work environment, challenges in professional life.

HUM202 - Scientific Toy Design (3 + 0) 4

Developing students' using tools and skills in workshops; visiting science museums and science centers, observing large-scale scientific toys, and displaying all designed and produced scientific toys.

HUM204 - Volunteering Studies (1 + 0) 4

Participating voluntarily in the work of aid organizations established within public institutions, local governments and non-governmental organizations in order to support those who face difficulties, especially children, the elderly, the disabled and disadvantaged groups, and sharing what they acquired through the university education.

HUM205 - Effective Strategies for Learning (3 + 0) 4

Effective methods of learning, learning strategies and styles, factors affecting learning and ways of coping, increasing motivation, repetition scheduling, time management.

HUM212 - Gender Equality (3 + 0) 4

This course focused on examine main subjects and current issues of Gender Studies by precisely taking the principle of equality and discrimination at hand, Help students follow gender studies in Turkey and across the globe and develop abilities of students to examine and generate behavioral patterns in their daily social life in a gender-mainstrea

HUM291 - Body Language and Communication Methods (3 + 0) 4

Posture, mimic, gesture, a correct and accurate way of using the intonation of speech; leadership skills and abilities to convince or persuade someone to accept a desired way of thinking in the business and social environment; convincing others to adopt new ideas using body language.

HUM322 - Introduction to Ethics (3 + 0) 4

Analysing and discussing the central topics of ethics, such as egoism, eudaimonism, utilitarianism, the moral law and the ethics of self-determinism; also, examining the ethical thinking of Plato, Aristotle, Hume, Kant, Mill, Bentham and Sartre.

HUM330 - Go (3 + 0) 4

General description of the game of Go, the rules of Go, the history of Go, Go culture and ethics, Go philosophy, Go in Turkey and in the rest of the world, the opening in Go, ingame strategies in Go.

HUM410 - Turkish Mythology and Anatolian Legends (3 + 0) 4

Turkish mythology, Turkish myths, epics, discourse.

HUM411 - Social and Cultural Reflections in Turkish Literature in the Republican Era (3 + 0) 4

New Turkish literature period; Tanzimat, constitutionalism, national struggle, acceptance of the Republic, enlightenment, modernism, postmodernism.

ISL313 - Managerial Skills for the 21st Century (3 + 0) 5

Self-management, personal financial management, time and stress management and organization skills, workplace etiquette/dress, ethics, politics and diversity, accountability and workplace relationships, communication and electronic communication, motivation, leadership and teams, conflict and negotiation, networking, job search skills, resume preparation, interview techniques, career management.

ISL328 - Financial Literacy and Legislation for Entrepreneurs (3 + 0) 5

Tax legislation, business law information and obligations related to legal legislation in start ups, different company and business types and selection principles, interpretation of financial statements (balance sheet, income statement, cash flow statement).

ISL374 - Digital Age and Industry 4.0. (3 + 0) 5

Industry 4.0 components: big data, internet of things, augmented reality, robotic technologies, artificial intelligent, integrated systems, 3D Printer, cloud computing systems.

ISL408 - Introduction to Sustainability (3 + 0) 5

What is sustainability; sustainability and related polices; climate and global change; environmental and resource economics; sustainable business practices; sustainability: ethics, culture, and history; sustainable development; sustainability indicators.

ISL412 - Product Development and Brand Managemen (3 + 0) 5

Concepts of product and brand, classification of products, product strategies, new product development, strategic brand management, brand equity, branding strategies.

ISL414 - Entrepreneurship and Business Plan (3 + 0) 5

Fundamental concepts of entrepreneurship, personal characteristics of entrepreneurs, innovative thinking techniques and types, strategic management and planing, alternative ways of launching a business, business plan and fundamental elements of busines plan, techniques of preparing a business plan, from planning to practice, marketing, production

ISL437 - Entrepreneurship and Innovation Seminars (3 + 0) 5

Fundamental concepts of entrepreneurship, personal characteristics of entrepreneurs, innovative thinking techniques, barriers of innovation, internal and external factors of entrepreneurship, intrapreneurship, strategic management and planing, alternative ways of launching a business, business plan and fundamental elements of busines plan,

KOR201 - Korean I (3 + 0) 4

Vocabulary, structure and communicative skills at A1 level; countries, nationalities, jobs, family, feelings, food and drink, colors and clothes and daily routines.

KOR202 - Korean II (3 + 0) 4

Vocabulary, structure and communicative skills at A1 level; countries, nationalities, jobs, family, feelings, food and drink, colors and clothes and daily routines.

KOR301 - Korean III (3 + 0) 4

This course includes more vocabulary, structure and communicative skills at elementary level. The class activities are grouped around various themes such as occupations, hobbies, countries, and functions such as asking for and giving information, offering and responding.

MMR-AE2FA1 - Departmental Elective (0 + 0) 3

MMR-AE2FA1 - Departmental Elective (0 + 0) 3

MMR-AE2FA2 - Departmental Elective (0 + 0) 3

MMR-AE2SP1 - Departmental Elective (0 + 0) 3

MMR-AE2SP2 - Departmental Elective (0 + 0) 3

MMR-AE3FA1 - Departmental Elective (0 + 0) 3

MMR-AE3SP1 - Departmental Elective (0 + 0) 3

MMR-AE4FA1 - Departmental Elective (0 + 0) 6

MMR-AE4FA2 - Departmental Elective (0 + 0) 3

MMR-AE4SP1 - Departmental Elective (0 + 0) 6

MMR-AE4SP2 - Departmental Elective (0 + 0) 3

MMR-AE4SP2 - Departmental Elective (0 + 0) 3

MMR-AE4SP2 - Departmental Elective (0 + 0) 3

MMR-GE4FA1 - Non-Departmental Elective (0 + 0) 3

MMR-GE4SP1 - Non-Departmental Elective (0 + 0) 3

MMR217 - Space and Installation (1 + 2) 3

Creation of spaces that manifest the artistic specialty of the designer through games; design of installations by transformation of spaces; analysis of space through games based on principles of spatial design; games as tools in spatial design, to overcome the limits of normative order and to alter perceptual habits; historical development of the art of installation.

MMR241 - Inclusive Design in Architecture (2 + 0) 3

Design for all concept; universal design philosophy and its principles; inclusive design concept and its principles; social inclusion of all people in public spaces and thereby social life.

MMR263 - Modeling in Digital Media II (2 + 2) 3

Techniques of modeling starting from 3-dimensional simple elements to complex elements; evaluation and improvement of designs; 3 dimensional expression of 2 representations in 3 dimensions and application of presentation techniques.

MMR266 - Raster-Based Digital Presentation Techniques (1 + 2) 3

Presentation of architectural projects with the use of digital equipment that work at 2-D ?raster? base.

MMR325 - Science Fiction and Architecture (1 + 2) 3

Design data and solutions of different types of spaces affected by change (social, cultural, political, ideological, technological).

MMR334 - Contemporary Structure Systems (2 + 0) 3

The basic concepts; principles of power structures; structural loads and structural behaviors with examples of alternative structures; structural review and project reading; power structures and structural compliance; alternative structural content of propositions.

MMR344 - Body, Space and Motion (1 + 2) 3

Exploration of the relation between body and space with motion, exploration of the space perception through body and mind; the expression of the individual through bodily movements, finding him/herself a creative, unique setting where he/she can discover the perceptive aspects of the space; practices for individual, partner and group study.

MMR353 - Contemporary Construction Materials (2 + 0) 3

Building-material and design relations; the main features of building materials; composite materials; binder materials, cement, gypsum, lime, natural building blocks; concrete; plaster, mosaic, metals; natural wood; artificial wood; soil building materials; brick, tile, ceramic, porcelain, glass, plastics; plates-plates, profiles, foams, fabrics, surface finishing materials; paints, varnishes, lacquers; mechanical and physical material experiments.

MMR361 - Advanced Techniques of Computer Based Presentation I (1 + 2) 3

Visualization of architectural designs with the help of computer programs.

MMR362 - Advanced Techniques of Computer Based Presentation II (1 + 2) 3

Visualization of architectural designs with the help of computer programs.

MMR371 - (1 + 2) 3

MMR372 - (1 + 2) 3

MMR374 - (1 + 2) 3

Basic information about sound, acoustics, and light; application of designs based on knowledge about sound and light, and their impact on users.

MMR375 - (1 + 2) 3

MMR376 - (1 + 2) 3

MMR433 - Design and Construction of Tall Buildings (2 + 0) 3

Structural forces and their re-orientation in tall buildings; alternative structures; review of structures and project reading; structural compliance; alternative structural content of propositions.

RUS401 - Russian V (3 + 0) 4

Vocabulary, structure and communicative skills at pre-intermediate level; up to date topics on newspapers, magazines, and books.

RUS402 - Russian VI (3 + 0) 4

Vocabulary, structure and communicative skills at pre-intermediate level; up to date topics on newspapers, magazines, and books.

SPAN401 - Spanish V (3 + 0) 4

Vocabulary, structure and communicative skills at pre-intermediate level; up to date topics on newspapers, magazines, and books.

SPAN402 - Spanish VI (3 + 0) 4

Vocabulary, structure and communicative skills at pre-intermediate level; up to date topics on newspapers, magazines, and books.