برامج بكالريوس هندسة العمارة

 

 

Semester 1

Freshman    student

code

Course title

Teaching hrs

Cr

Contact hrs

L

P

St

ARB 111

Arabic language 1

2

-

-

2

2

ENG 112

English language 1

2

-

-

2

2

SDS 113

Sudanese Studies

2

-

-

2

2

MAT 114

Mathematics 1

2

1

-

2

3

PHY 115

Physics 1

2

2

-

3

4

ARC 116

History of architecture 1

2

-

-

2

2

ARC 117

Environmental & climatic design

2

2

-

3

4

ARC 110

Architectural design skills 1

1

-

20

6

21

 

Total

   

22

40

Semester 2

ARB 121

Arabic language 2

2

-

-

2

2

ENG 122

English language 2

2

-

-

2

2

PHY 123

Physics 2

2

1

-

2

3

MAT 124

Probability & statistics

2

-

-

2

2

ARC 125

theory of architecture 1

2

-

-

2

2

ARC 126

Visual perception and art

2

-

-

2

2

ARC 127

building construction & technology

2

4

-

4

6

ARC 120

Basic design

1

-

20

6

21

  

Total

   

22

40

 

 

Semester 3

Sophomore     student

code

Course title

Teaching hrs

Cr

Contact hrs

L

P

St

ARB 211

Arabic language 3

2

-

-

2

2

ISC 212

Islamic studies 1

2

-

-

2

2

CVE 213

Structural analysis 1

2

1

-

2

3

CVE 214

Engineering materials

2

-

-

2

2

ARC 215

Building construction 2

2

4

-

4

6

ARC 206

housing

2

-

-

2

2

ARC  217

Site planning & development

2

-

-

2

2

ARC 210

Architectural design level 3

1

-

20

6

21

 

Total

   

22

40

Semester 4

ISC 221

Islamic studies 2

2

-

-

2

2

CVE 222

Structural analysis 2

2

1

-

2

3

CVE 223

Soil mechanics & foundation

2

-

-

2

2

ARC 224

History of architecture 2

2

-

-

2

2

ARC 225

Theory of architecture 2

2

-

-

2

2

ARC 226

Building construction 3

2

4

-

4

6

ARC 227

Quantities & specifications

2

-

-

2

2

ARC 220

Architectural design level 4

1

-

20

6

21

  

Total

   

22

40

 

 

Semester 5

Junior   student

code

Course title

Teaching hrs

Cr

Contact hrs

L

P

St

ISC 312

Islamic studies 3

2

-

-

2

2

ENG 311

English language 3

2

-

-

2

2

CVE 313

Fundamentals of reinforced concrete

2

-

-

2

2

ARC 314

Building construction 4

2

4

-

4

6

ARC 315     

Housing the Poor

2

-

-

2

2

ARC 316

Building services & systems 1

2

2

-

3

4

ARC 310

Architectural design level 5

2

-

20

7

22

 

Total

   

22

40

Semester 6

CVE 321

Steel structures design

2

-

-

2

2

ARC 322    

History of Islamic Architecture

2

-

-

2

2

ARC 323

Smart Building

2

-

-

2

2

ARC  324

Urban design & landscape

2

2

-

3

4

ARC 325

Computer in architecture 1

2

4

-

4

6

ARC 326

Surveying for architecture

2

-

-

2

2

ARC 320

Architectural design level 6

2

-

20

7

22

  

Total

   

22

40

 

 

Semester 7

Senior   student

code

Course title

Teaching hrs

Cr

Contact hrs

L

P

St

ARC 411

Heating ventilation & air conditioning

2

-

-

2

2

ARC 412

Computer in architecture 2

2

4

-

4

6

ARC  413

Project managing

2

-

-

2

2

ARC  414

Building economics

2

-

-

2

2

ARC  415

Professional practice 1

2

-

-

2

2

ARC 410

Architectural design level 7

2

-

24

8

26

 

Total

   

20

40

Semester 8

ARC 421

Illumination & acoustics

2

-

-

2

2

ARC 422

Computer in architecture 3

2

4

-

4

6

ARC 424

Building Information Modeling

2

-

-

2

2

ARC 423

Building services & systems 2

2

-

-

2

2

ARC  425

Management &Professional practice 2

2

-

-

2

2

ARC 420

Architectural design level 8

2

-

24

8

26

  

Total

   

20

40

 

 

 

Semester 9

Honors   student

code

Course title

Teaching hrs

Cr

Contact hrs

L

P

St

       

PRJ 510

Architectural design level 9

3

1

36

12

40

 

Total

   

12

 

Semester 10

       

PRJ 520

Architectural design level 10

3

1

36

12

40

 

Total

   

12

 
        
  

TOTAL of Totals

   

196

4000

 

 

XX0 Studio Design

ARC 110Architectural design skills 1

Comprises three components:

- Basics of architectural drawing: techniques of drafting and drawing, lettering, line work, orthographic projections,2D representations of  plan, section, elevation, isometrics, perspectives. Shades and shadows, visual compositions.

- Techniques of presentation: drawings as media of communication and persuasion. to learn tools and techniques to present ideas graphically. Freehand drawing; lettering; drafting – point, line, and 2-D patterns,

- Spatial formulation1: basics of form,3D effects, space formulation, types of space, ties, edges, surfaces.

 

ARC 120Basic design

Comprises two components:

- Spatial formulation2: form and function, functional space, closed, semi closed and open space.

- Primary design: of a single cell unit, architectural design involving simple functions and local building materials with simple construction details. study form , function, circulation, materials and relationships. Design parameters and criteria (site, orientation, building form, and scale).

 

ARC 210    Architectural design level 3

Comprises four components:

- Measurement surveying: introduction of principles of land survey, documentation, measurements and dimensions. Presentation of surveying data. Human scale in architecture.

- Color: theory and application of color, mixing colors, psychology of color, color in architecture. Understanding color wheel. Visual perception of color.

- Educational Building: building system approach for education-building design, study complexity and theory of education building as a functional space.

- Health service Building: building system approach for a health-service unit design, study complexity and theory of health service building as a functional space.

 

ARC 220     Architectural design level 4

Comprises two components:

- Transportation building: building system approach for a transportation-building design, study complexity and theory of traffic and transportation buildings as functional spaces.

- Cultural Building: building system approach for a cultural-building design, study complexity and theory of cultural buildings as functional spaces. Concentrates on basics and application of landscape design. study and use of hard and soft landscape elements, street furniture and hardware, landscape structures and outdoor lighting.

 

ARC 310    Architectural design level 5

Comprises two components:

- Commercial building: building system approach for a commercial-building design, study complexity and theory of commercial buildings as functional spaces.

- Urban housing: practice planning at a sector level, neighborhood design, practice designing different typologies of housing. Social and community services. Infrastructure and basic services, networks.

 

ARC 320     Architectural design level 6

Comprises one component:

- Networks design and techniques:  design different types of networks e.g. potable water network, sewerage system, electrical network, surface drainage. Study techniques of each at urban level and at individual utility level. Technical alternatives, sustainability at design level and at performance.

 

ARC 410     Architectural design level 7

Comprises three components, aiming at handling a building within its urban design context, to architectural design level, to interior design level.

- Urban design: practice design at urban design level, morphology of space, 3D formulation, visual design, design configuration of masses, open space, interactions, pedestrian, etc.

- Office building: building system approach for an office building design, study complexity and theory of office buildings as functional spaces.

- Interior design: practice design at interior level, management of space, color, light and landscape, interrelationship of materials, furniture and fixtures. Detailing and specifications etc. principles, concepts and theories of interior design. Indoor environment. Contemporary trends and approaches of interior design. Interpretation and formulation of concepts.

ARC 420     Architectural design level 8

Comprises one component:

- Working drawing: work out the working drawings of the previous project, use of drawing as a media of communication between designer and contractor. Fixity, complexity, constructional detailing, specifications etc ; preparation of complete set of architectural, structural, electrical, mechanical working drawings and details. Principles of preparing complete comprehensive portfolio of working drawing, coding, designation. Preparation of contract documents, BOQs, specifications and analysis of rates.



PRJ  510   Architectural design level 9

Comprises two components:

- Industrial building: building system approach for an industrial building design, a specialized design as the final guided design project. , study complexity and theory of industrial buildings as functional spaces. Study Form and function.  Concentrates on modular and prefabricated building systems.

- Graduate project: student to practice selecting a project then undergo all analytical, formulating brief, define design challenge and solutions. A complete set of design drawing, a model and a report is required at this stage.

 

PRJ  520    Architectural design level 10

Comprises two components:

- Technical detailing: A two module component is reserved to students to work out the technical solutions for the previous project;   detailing rather than a comprehensive working drawing is required.

- Final presentation: a one module component is reserved for students to finally represent their graduation project and thesis.

 

Theory & History of Architecture

ARC 116History of architecture 1

Study of architectural and structural developments in building forms and spaces; sources and modes of influences in Greek, Roman, Egyptian, Mesopotamia, through classical periods in Europe, Medieval, Renaissance and other periods in Europe and Subcontinent up to mid 19th century.

ARC 224History of architecture 2

Provide an opportunity to undertake an in-depth study of spread of Islam and Muslim architecture developed in Middle East, North Africa, Spain, West Asia, and Central Asia.

Study of architectural movements from mid 19th century to present day, the impact of industrial revolution and special emphasis on contributions made by the pioneers of modern architecture. visual images, cultural materials and text base communication.

 

ARC 322    History of Islamic Architecture:

Critical review of literature on Islamic architecture, its historical theoretical frameworks. Ottoman architecture and Sinan architecture . Indian, Moghuls, Andalusia , Asian and African movements in architecture.  Methods and techniques. Positive remarks and inputs. Mosque and religious building architecture.

 

ARC 125Theory of architecture 1

Introduction to basic design theories and strategies, spatial concepts in architecture, architectural concept generation. Introduction to theories of architecture such as empiricism, rationalism and pragmatism; study of the theories and works of great masters of modern architecture and contemporary urban designers.

ARC 126Visual perception and art

Solid geometry, sectional solid geometry, sciagraphy, and orthographic projections. Introduction to perspectives (one point, and multiple points), rendering techniques in different mediums. Introduction to photography; model making; understanding and preparation of plans, elevations, and sections of a building. Color theory in concepts.

ARC 225Theory of architecture 2

Explain form, space, and scale. Circulation,  roots and elements, building approaches, unity in architecture, aesthetics, design process. Study of post modern and contemporary theories of architecture such as regionalism, vernacularism, deconstruction, organic etc. scope and definition of vernacular architecture. Connections, connectivity and future prospects. Effect of Local trends and traditions  in formulating vernacular architecture.

Science

ARC 117Environmental & climatic design

In depth study of climate, study of building as a thermal system/thermal store house, passive design strategies and passive/renewable sources of energy. Basic interpretations of environmental studies in relation to the built environment. Pollution and negative impacts of human actions. Influences of natural elements on making architecture. Optimization of energy consumption, green architecture, regulating heat transfer , thermal comfort zone, controlling  micro climate , conserving negative impact on macro climate. Introduction to building assessment systems e.g. LEED, green Globes, Green Point Rated, etc.

 

ARC 411Heating ventilation & air conditioning

Natural and mechanical ventilation. Passive ventilation, architectural design for passive ventilation. Introduction to HVAC and mechanical installations, conditioning indoor spaces.  Various heating and cooling systems, architectural and space precautions to heating and cooling systems in buildings. Requirements for Plants, installations detailing, control and distribution of systems. Calculation methods of conditioning.





ARC 421Illumination & acoustics

Principles of lightening, day lightening, artificial lightening, optimization of energy consumption.  Distribution concepts of lightening in buildings. Interflections. Illumination Design procedures.

Principles of acoustics. Principles of acoustical design. Behavior of sound in closed and open spaces. Reflection of sound, absorption of materials and absorptivity of sound, diffusion, penetration. Co efficiency of materials. Noise and control of acoustics measures. Codes. Acoustical design method. Calculating reverberation time and acoustic convenience.

 

MAT 114     Mathematics 1:

Introduction to calculus. Vectors. Conic sections. Sequence and series. Linear algebra. First order ordinary differential equations.

 

PHY 115     Physics 1:

Kinematics: Kinematics in one and two dimensions. Forces and Newton’s laws of motion. Work and energy.

Elasticity: elastic deformation. Stress. Strain. Hook’s law.  Fundamentals of statics. Types of structural supports. Equilibrium. Stability and internal forces. moments of inertia.

Temperature and heat: temperature scales. Thermal expansion. Specific heat capacity. Heat and phase change. Transfer of heat.

 

PHY 123      Physics 2:

Sound: fundamental physics of sound. Transmission and reflections. Characteristics of sound. Behavior of sound.

Light: fundamental physics of light. Transmission and reflections. Characteristics of light. Behavior of light.

 

MAT 124      Probability & statistics:

Descriptive statistics. Random variables and their moments. Sampling distributions. Hypothesis testing. Estimations. Analysis of variance. Analysis of categorical data.

Construction & Buildings

ARC 127building construction & technology

This course will focus on properties of traditional and modern materials, their selection criteria and use in construction; their classification such as: structural/ non-structural, finishing and insulating materials etc. the appropriate building technologies in Sudan, overview of materials techniques and procedures. timber construction, load bearing structures. Curtains and partitioning.

ARC 215Building construction 2

to study building components, types of foundations, and construction systems; traditional construction with local materials such as bricks, stone, and timber. Classifications of building types, typical building elements, multiple components, sequential processes of construction, stairs and lifts.

ARC 226Building construction 3

Further development of knowledge about fundamentals and principles of building construction and preparation basics of working drawing. Study of building construction in concrete, steel, fiber glass and other materials, doors and windows, internal and external finishes, and insulation techniques. Construction analysis and application of standards.

ARC 314Building construction 4

Special construction such as shoring, underpinning, under water construction, underground retaining walls, fire resisting & radiation protection construction etc. adopting and generating specifications.

ARC 316Building services & systems 1

Introduce different systems and techniques of heating, ventilation, air conditioning, water supply, sanitation, fire fighting system and equipments for building. Networks and distribution at urban level.  HSSE :Health, safety ,security and environment as an input in architectural design.

Basic electrical systems in buildings, electronic security systems, mechanical, vertical and horizontal transportation systems such as elevators, escalators, conveyors/power walks.  Techniques for safety and noise control.

ire fighting systems, precautions and requirements in building, distribution system, mechanical and built in systems, types and impacts of materials used. Construction and network detailing of fire fighting systems.

 

ARC 323 Smart Building

Definitions and components of smart buildings. Principles of intelligent designs and buildings. Management of indoor environment. Environmental Impact Assessment for buildings (EIA). The building envelop, automated technologies and smart materials. Integrated building management systems. Efficient use of energy, utilization of renewable energy systems, sustainable management of resources. Analytical techniques and computation tools for studying and assessing building environment and environmental performance.

 

ARC 423Building services & systems 2

Principles of Sanitary engineering , networks, plants, types of treatment of soiled water , environmental solutions and recycling, biological purification of sewerage. package systems, disposal system, soak away systems, pit latrine systems, septic tank system, community solution, VIP system..etc. sanitary solutions for the poor. Plumping detailing, fixtures, installations and connections.

Principles of rainwater drainage at urban and at building level, storm sewers. Leveling.

Solid waste collection system, treatment, recycling and environmental solutions, management and control systems.

Principles of potable water networks, urban network designs and solutions. Economic parameters of distribution system. Planning input as optimization technique, deprivation issues and provision for urban poor. installation detailing, fixtures and connections.

 

ARC 424 Building Information Modeling

Theories and principles of Building Information Modeling (BIM). BIM as a construction documentation system. Concepts and features of BIM, including software structures and applications, modeling and editiong techniques, sheet creation and organization. Emphasizing application of BIM software to develop a set of construction documents. Simulates project development and documentation.

Structures

CVE 213    Structural analysis 1:

Fundamental principles of structural behavior, loading, sheer, bending moments, internal forces, and failures. Principles of stress and strain, elastic constants, determinacy, bending, combined and direct stress, simple theory of bending, moment of resistance, bending moment and shear force, properties of materials.

Horizontal span structural systems, beams, cantilevers, large spans. design of structural systems with lateral loads, water, earth and wind pressure in buildings, design of different types of large span structures.

 

CVE 214  Engineering materials:

Strength characteristics of materials. Properties of building materials, temperature effects, torsions effects, humidity and damp effects.

 

CVE 222    Structural analysis 2:

Analysis of simple structure with simplified idealization, emphasis on qualitative analysis including beams frames, trusses, arches and cables for static and moving load, deflection of simple beams with double integration methods; Introduction to design of RCC, pre-stressed structures.  

        

CVE 223  Soil mechanics & foundation:

Introduction to soil mechanics, soil formation and soil structure, soil composition, grain size analysis, plasticity of soil. Bearing capacity of shallow foundations, consolidation, settlements, upheavals, deep foundations, pile foundation. Typology of foundation in relation to architecture, precautions to high rise building, building on different types of soils, specially black cotton soil.

 

CVE 313  Fundamentals of reinforced concrete:

Review of different concrete systems, examining different system in relation to architecture. Elements of concrete systems, beams, slabs, columns, foundations retaining walls. Pre stressed concrete, Reinforced concrete fundamentals, basics of reinforcement concrete behavior, introducing methods of design, basic mechanics of structural concrete, examining bending, sheer, axial forces. Beams, slabs

 

CVE 321  Steel structures design:

Review of different steel systems, examining different system in relation to architecture. Elements of steel systems, beams, purlins, columns, foundations partitioning, frames. Trusses, , combination steel system with concrete system. fundamentals, basics of steel system behavior, introducing methods of design, basic mechanics of steel structures,  examining bending, sheer, axial forces.

Human, planning, housing

SDS 113Sudanese Studies

Introduction to the fields of sociology and anthropology. Social and cultural characteristics of Sudanese society. Issues on Sudanese studies. Effect of social organization and cultural concerns in shaping local architecture.

 

ARC 206Housing

Contemporary theories and concerns in the housing field. Roots and generators of the housing problem. Housing typologies and classifications. Housing sector. Housing policy and strategies. Mechanisms shaping the housing market. Land market. Formation of housing demand in the society and in the economy. Structures of housing supply and provision. Affordability, replicability and cost recovery concepts. Urbanization , suburbanization and social movements. Housing as a leading sector in the local economy. Constraints in housing sector.



ARC  217Urban planning & development

Urban planning theories, practices and approaches. Objectives and levels of planning. Historical and theoretical Origins and evolution of planning thoughts. Planning practice and procedures. Land use planning, site planning, city center and neighborhood theories. Peculiarity of Sudanese society. Challenges and concern of urban and regional development in Sudan.

 

ARC 315     Housing the Poor:

Concepts and background formulating rural housing (emphasizing Sudan). Alternative solutions to housing the urban poor. Contemporary experiences and concepts in housing the poor. Typologies of polices and best practices concerning housing the urban poor. Role of national and international institutions in providing inventive solutions. UN Habitat policies and Strategies. Role of government as a provider, enabler or facilitator to housing. Public participation and bottom up approaches.

 

ARC  324Urban design & landscape

Contemporary theories of urban design. Urban context concepts, urban escape concepts,  Design of urban public realm, aesthetic and cultural forces. Urban design for hot dry climates. Pedestrian and urban corridors.  Methodologies and current practices. Spatial , political and economic contexts, example Sudan.

Contemporary theories of landscape design. Interaction to urban public realm, aesthetic, environmental  and cultural forces. Landscape design for hot dry climates. Open spaces, streets, waterfronts and Pedestrian.  Methodologies and current practices. Spatial , political and economic contexts, example Sudan.

 

Methods, computer

 

ARC 227Quantities & specifications

Introduction to quantity surveying. Methods of measurements and calculations. Preparation of comparative tables of quantities, prices, bids and evaluation. Valuation techniques. Generating and presentation of specifications. General conditions of contract between architect, client and contractor. Special conditions of contracts. Specifications for materials and various constructional works and execution procedures. Preparation of contract document for different types of bids and trades.

ARC 325Computer in architecture 1

develop basic skills of students in operating systems, such as Windows, Excel, Power Point and other software. E libraries, internet resources. Introducing Auto Cad, Archi Cad, drawing and graphic software.

ARC 326Surveying for architecture

Surveying engineering technologies, field instruments. Boundary and topographic surveying, measurements of distances, directions and angles. Using tape, level, compass and theodolite. Introduction to GPS and GIS. Terrain Modeling  and 3D presentation.

ARC 412Computer in architecture 2

Use of computers as drafting tool, using different software for producing 2-D and 3-D drawings.

ARC 422Computer in architecture 3

develop basic skills of students in 3-D Studio Max or any other rendering and animation software.

Common Courses , (are all considered as methods)

ARB 111Arabic language 1

ARB 121Arabic language 2

ARB 211Arabic language 3

 

ENG 112English language 1

ENG 122English language 2

ENG 311English language 3

 

ISC 212Islamic studies 1

ISC 221Islamic studies 2

ISC 312Islamic studies 3



Management

 

ARC  413   Project managing

The basic concepts and principles of project management from inception to execution and delivery of the project. preparation of P.C. Performa’s, CPM, PERT, to monitor progress, quality and cost. Introduction to concepts of value Engineering, partnering, and Total Quality Management. Introduction to computer software for project management

 

ARC  414 Building economics

Overview of factors influencing design and building costs. Approaching to manage costs from initial project definition through construction and utilization. Techniques for project budgeting,  cost estimates, maintenance and life cycle cost analysis. Cost and benefit analysis. Depreciations. Construction cost including determination of materials, labor, machines, equipments, overheads, profits,etc.

 

ARC  415    Professional practice 1

to familiarize the students with the practical aspects of professional practice; it includes office management, financial management, site management, building bye laws, regulations and legal aspects; role of national and international professional bodies regulating the profession.

Urban planning legislation and housing laws. Syndicate regulations. Servitude and labor union laws. Land regulatory laws. Code of practice and conduct.

 

ARC  425   Management & Professional practice 2

Theoretical and analytical investigation of methods available to architect. Legal, ethical and professional obligations. Client and other stake holders affected by both the practice and business of architecture. Overview of construction industry. Means and method for perfection and optimization. Costs and economy in construction industry. Management as a parameter for perfection of practice. Office practice including management, accounting, financial reporting, employment, transparency, procurement, tendering and contract management. quality assurance and control