• No results found

faculty of - architecture and building handbook, 1973

N/A
N/A
Protected

Academic year: 2023

Share "faculty of - architecture and building handbook, 1973"

Copied!
95
0
0

Loading.... (view fulltext now)

Full text

Diplomas in architecture, civil engineering, civil engineering, surveying; Royal Institute of British Architects Intermediate Examinations. Master of Architecture degree Doctor of Architecture degree Doctor of Philosophy degree Master of Civil Engineering degree.

CHAPTER 2

COURSES AVAILABLE

Р OST-GRADUATE STUDIES

Study for this degree is only open to candidates who have had relevant construction experience and have completed a degree course or an approved equivalent qualification. Only candidates who have had sufficient experience in the construction industry and have completed a Diploma in Civil Engineering or an approved equivalent qualification are eligible to take the course for this diploma.

PREPARATORY STUDIES ADVICE

ADMISSION TO FIRST YEAR COURSES 1973

CiB 5

RECOGNITION OF WORK DONE AT TECHNICAL COLLEGES AND AT OTHER INSTITUTIONS

Technical Colleges

DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE

In the cases where a dispensation is granted substantially equivalent to three years of the education (See Table I), the course can normally be completed with a further two years of study, the subjects of which must be approved by the faculty. A waiver corresponding to two years of the course can be granted to applicants who have completed the full-day course for a diploma or civil engineering degree at a recognized technical school or university (see table II).

DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF BUILDING (QUANTITY SURVEYING)

In the cases where a dispensation is given substantially corresponding to two years of the education, the course will normally be completed with passing the special 3rd and 4th year, as prescribed by the faculty.

FIRST DEGREE HONOURS COURSES

Years as the faculty may prescribe and obtain honors in the subjects of this sector. Candidates who have been admitted to a special Third Year of the Bachelor of Civil Engineering Course may apply for admission to the Honors Course at the end of the Third Year before proceeding to the Fourth Year, having fulfilled during their Third Year the requirements of paragraphs 2 and 3 above.

CuAPTEl' 7 ENROLMENT

Comprehensive and general service charges can be paid annually in advance or in three terminal installments. Payment can be made into the University's account at any National Australia Bank branch.

UNIVERSITY SERVICES

CHAPTER 9

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE AND AWARDS FOR ARCHITECTURE AND BUILDING STUDENTS

  • CIAPTEB 10 REGULATIONS
  • of Bachelor of Architecture 1. There shall be
    • Candidates for the degree of bachelor of Architecture or for the degree of bachelor of Architecture with honours shall after matriculation pursue their studies
    • The subjects of the course and the conditions under which such subjects may be taken shall be prescribed by the Professorial Board on the recommendation
    • During each year a candidate shall perform field, laboratory and drawin office work and attend demonstrations and excursions hereinafter collectively referred
  • of Master of Architecture
  • of Doctor of Architecture
  • of Master of Building Science
    • A person may be a candidate for the degree of master of Building Science if (a) (i) he is a bachelor of Building; or
  • in Architectural Design Repealed 23rd February 1972
  • and Limitation for Unsatisfactory Progress 1. Where a student fails in or is absent from any annual examination (includ-
    • In considering the report pursuant to Section 2, after giving an opportunity to the student to be heard, the Professorial Board may determine that the student

These requirements are prescribed by the Professor's Council on the recommendation of the faculty and published with the details of subjects. Candidates may be admitted to the degree of Bachelor of Architecture who—. a) completed the work and passed, or gained credit for each year of the course;. A candidate for the degree of Bachelor of Architecture with honors must:. a) pass the first three years of the course for the degree Bachelor in Architecture; and.

Candidates may be admitted to the Bachelor of Architecture degree who have.—. a) work completed and passed or passed for each year of the course as a whole;. An applicant for the degree of Bachelor of Building cum laude will:. a) complete the work and pass the examinations of the four years according to a standard prescribed by the faculty; And.

COURSE REQUIREMENTS

CHAPTER 12 DETAILS OF SUBJECTS

DEGREES OF BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE, BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE WITH HONOURS

BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE WITH HONOURS DESIGN

680-101. DESIGN PART I (Requisite)

The students will be examined on the design exercises submitted during the year and may be questioned by the Board of Examiners in the fourth term. Students will be examined on the design exercises and projects submitted during the year and may be questioned by the Board of Examiners in the fourth term. An introduction to professional practice in relation to the scope of the architect's work.

A study of specific aspects of professional practice in relation to the work of the architect. One assignment will form part of the annual examination plus one one-hour paper in the fourth term.

688 - 300. PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE PART III (Requisite) (i) PRACTICE 3

State and Federal Law relating to the Organization of Labor and trade unions, the law governing industrial conflict between management and organized labor and the law relating to wages and working conditions in industry, all with special reference to the construction industry. An in-depth study of instructions to tenderers and the need for additional contract clauses. Project file assignments on contract administration and specification exercise will form part of the annual examination.

A study of commercial law with special reference to the law relating to professional practice. A special study of the role of the quantity surveyor in relation to the architect's work.

693 - 100. PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS (Elective)

No more than eight (8) assignments, set during the first, second, and third periods, will be graded and will be part of the annual exam. Students will be required to submit at least two elementary programs and two additional advanced programs. These decisions must be made before the work begins and the student is expected to work continuously to achieve the objective.

The subject requires the student to designate a management area, which must be the tool for computer programming in continuation of the work done in computer programming part I. The subject must be chosen and approved in the first semester, and the work will be supervised.

TECIINOLOGY

An introduction to one of the techniques of Operations Research, particularly applicable to building and planning operations in architecture. The essay should show evidence of the student's ability to conduct a thorough investigation of the chosen topic, awareness of current research and standards, and. Laboratory work, field visit reports, assignments and tests will be part of the annual examination.

The effect of material properties on the design procedure, i.e. an evaluation of code provisions and modified handbook tables and charts for various materials. Emphasis on fast methods resulting in greater appreciation of action, along with a drive toward ease in design calculations.

EXAMINATION

681-301. BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PART IIIA (Requisite) GENERAL

SYLLABUS

BOOKS

681-303. BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PART IIIC (Elective) STRUCTURAL CONCRETE DESIGN

681-501. BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PART VA (Elective) STUCTURAL SYSTEMS

681 - 502. BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PART VB (Elective) STRUCTURAL BRICKWORK

682 - 100. BUILDING SCIENCE PART I (Requisite)

One lecture per week

Two assignments with critical evaluations of two ground floor buildings from a thermal design and cost point of view.

LIGHTING I Fourteen lectures and seven 2-hour tutorials

A further study of the facilities and equipment of current building types, including an introduction to the design methods of such facilities. Up to twelve 2-hour discussion sessions and an equivalent number of site inspections and four-hour report writing periods. Students must submit field notes and an illustrated report on each of the buildings visited.

682-200. APPLIED TECHNOLOGY

While help and guidance is available from the tutor, the student is expected to perform most of the work on their own initiative. The subject requires the student to designate an area of ​​technology that will be the vehicle for computer programming as an extension of the work performed in Computer Programming Part I. For subjects that do not take the full year, the exam will be administered as soon as practicable after completion of the formal work in the subject.

For courses in which exams are taken in the indicated year levels, the exams will cover those parts of the courses that have already been discussed in the lectures and will be part of the overall exam for the course. You can get a detailed list of equipment to purchase before the first deadline at the General Office of the College of Architecture and Civil Engineering.

700-1. CONSTRUCTIONAL DRAWING PART I

700 - 2. CONSTRUCTIONAL DRAWING PART II

700 - 3. CONSTRUCTIONAL DRAWING PART III

The purpose and application of accounting for business enterprises, non-profit organizations, administrators and governments; an introduction to accounting theory;. Specific recommendations, based on the student's educational background, will be made during the first lecture. A knowledge of mathematics to the standard of a pass in at least one mathematics subject at Higher School Certificate level is assumed.).

Work on tutorials, assignments and term exam results will form part of the annual exam. The course is designed to develop ability in decision-making with special reference to the construction of mathematical models that can be tested and evaluated.

693 - 100. PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS

693-201. BUILDING ECONOMICS A

693-202. BUILDING ECONOMICS B

703-1. MEASUREMENT OF BUILDERS' WORK PART I

703 - 2. MEASUREMENT OF BUILDERS' WORK PART II

716 - 1. ESTIMATING PART I

716 - 2. ESTIMATING PART II

232-1. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 1 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR

232 - 2. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 2 BUSINESS PLANNING AND CONTROL

709-1. PROJECT CONTROL PART I

709-2. PROJECT CONTROL PART II

707. BUILDING PROJECTS ORGANIZATION

The student is examined on his participation in the seminars during the year. He will have to complete a maximum of two major research studies for submission to the seminar.

705 - 1. LAW RELATING TO BUILDING PART I LAW 1

705 - 2. LAW RELATING TO BUILDING PART II (i) LAW 2

708. ADVANCED QUANTITY SURVEYING

223. STATISTICAL METHOD Prerequisite: Principles of Economics or equivalent

TECHNOLOGY (BUILDING)

681-100. BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PART I BUILDING PRACTICE

A general study of structural forms and materials used in traditional and contemporary buildings and civil works. Properties and use of timber, stone, brick and other clay products, concrete, slabs and other building materials. The principles of construction and building practice and an introduction to services relating to simple buildings.

В., An Experimental Study of Structural Behavior—A I'f anual of Tutorial and Laboratory Work (M.U. Sch. of Arch & B1dg.—roneoed.

EUP)

694-3. BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PART III (Building Course) (i) STRUCTURAL STEEL DESIGN

394 - 4. BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PART IV (Building Course) A maximum of 36 lectures and eight assignments

682 - 100. BUILDING SCIENCE PART 1

695 - 2. BUILDING SCIENCE PART II (Building) (f) MATERIALS 1

Up to eight exercises relating to design and detailing can be carried out during the year. Results of exercises, practical exercises and semester tests are included in the annual test. Sections completed before the mid-term exam will be examined at that time.

Emphasis will be placed on exercises related to practical aspects of the following services: sanitary plumbing, sewage and trade waste treatment equipment, cold and hot water supply, fire and flushometer services. Mineralogy and petrology related to the properties and identification of the more important igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks.

685. TRADES INSTRUCTION

702. CONSTRUCTIONAL SURVEYING

An Overview of Mechanical Engineering Design; the operation and maintenance of machines; power transmission shafts, couplings, gears, clutches, brakes, cables, flywheels. Excavation and excavation plant for surface and trench excavation, deep excavation and shaft sinking. To achieve a pass, students must achieve a satisfactory standard in tutorial work and submit two assignments.

DIPLOMA IN ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

712. ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN PART I This subject will not be offered in 1973

713. ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN PART II This subject will not be offered in 1973

715. ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN PART IV Practical work and tutorials throughout the year

DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

A separate payment slip is issued by the bank and this must accompany the registration or entry form. Fees for undergraduate courses can be paid either in full or for the whole year Fees for the whole year or for the first term are paid when registrations are made (ie in January). Fees for the third term are paid within the week before the end of the second term.

In addition to the comprehensive fees listed below, students are required to pay the following general service fees and library fees. 3 Includes $63 hospital admission fee paid to the appropriate hospital 4 Includes lodging ($100) and bond ($21) paid to Royal Women's Hospital 5 Includes lodging ($20) paid to Royal Women's Hospital.

References

Related documents

No candidate may receive credit for any subject for the purposes of the degree of bachelor of Arts unless he has at least six months before presenting himself for such subject passed or