Architecture

Who should apply?
Part Time option suitable for:

Domestic(EEA) applicants: Yes
International (Non EEA) applicants currently residing outside of the EEA Region. No

This course is only available to graduates of B.Arch/ M.Arch or equivalent approved 5-year qualification in architecture.

Programme Outcomes
• Demonstrate the knowledge, skills, competence and professionalism required for independent practice as an architect in Ireland.
• Research a broad range of professional, legal, regulatory and contractual topics using a range of research skills and have an ability to acquire and apply the relevant 'body of knowledge' in the profession of architecture.
• Synthesize information, to formulate professional advice, and to apply knowledge to specific problems often in unpredictable and ill-defined contexts.
• Demonstrate adequate knowledge of the industries, organisations, regulations and procedures involved in translating design concepts into buildings.
• Appreciate and understand the historical, social, environmental, legislative and economic context in which the built environment is procured, and show critical awareness of current problems/ new insights.
• Communicate with clients, professionals, industry and community stakeholders, organise projects and lead teams, including an ability to provide disinterested advice and to produce professional reports and surveys.
• Self-evaluate, to identify personal and professional limitations and to take responsibility for continuing academic/ professional development.
• Appreciate and understand the historical, social, environmental, legislative and economic context in which the built environment is procured, and show critical awareness of current problems/ new insights.
• Communicate with clients, professionals, industry and community stakeholders, organise projects and lead teams, including an ability to provide disinterested advice and to produce professional reports and surveys.
• Demonstrate adequate knowledge of the industries, organisations, regulations and procedures involved in translating design concepts into buildings.
• Demonstrate the knowledge, skills, competence and professionalism required for independent practice as an architect in Ireland.
• Research a broad range of professional, legal, regulatory and contractual topics using a range of research skills and have an ability to acquire and apply the relevant 'body of knowledge' in the profession of architecture.
• Self-evaluate, to identify personal and professional limitations and to take responsibility for continuing academic/ professional development.
• Synthesize information, to formulate professional advice, and to apply knowledge to specific problems often in unpredictable and ill-defined contexts.

Entry requirements

This course is only available to graduates of B.Arch/ M.Arch or equivalent approved 5-year qualification in architecture.

Subjects taught

Stage 1 - Option
Procurement & Contracts
ARCT40090

Case Study
ARCT40100

Practical Experience
ARCT40110

Architectural Practice
ARCT40130

Construction Legislation
ARCT40140

Credits

30

Duration

1 Year Part-Time.

Fees

ProfDip Architecture (T290) Part Time
EU/NONEU: fee per credit - €99.9

ProfDip Architecture (T291) Part Time
EU/NONEU: fee per credit - €99.9

***Fees are subject to change.

Enrolment dates

Next Intake: 2020/2021 September

More details
  • Qualification letters

    ProfDip

  • Attendance type

    Part time

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