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The School of Architecture at the University of Limerick offers a 5-year Bachelor of Architecture. The aim of the school is to educate architects with a strong integrated, balanced skill set that grants a clear understanding of the environment (built, existing and imagined) vital to professional practice. The Royal Institute of Architects Ireland (RIAI) has awarded full accreditation to UL’s architecture programme. Studying architecture in an accredited programme is the first step to becoming a registered professional architect.
This program provides, an education as an architect by offering a course curriculum structured around the design studio. The design studio is a creative laboratory where learning is developed through experimentation and reflection. Woven into the design studio will be studio courses in structures (structural engineering), environmental sciences (environmental engineering), history (of architecture, society, technology) and philosophy, sociology, law and management (professional practice).
The course is designed to equip you with a wide range of fundamental skills to become an architect. These skills include hand drawing, sketching, model making, photography, computer aided drawing, audio-visual and verbal presentation, as well as basic skills including conceptualisation and design, problem solving and working with others.
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