Architecture of Building Construction
Original title in Czech: Architektura pozemních stavebFaculty: FCEAbbreviation: BPC-APSAcad. year: 2020/2021
Type of study programme: Bachelor's
Study programme code: B0731P010002
Degree awarded: Bc.
Language of instruction: Czech
Accreditation: 9.6.2020 - 9.6.2030
Profile of the programme
Mode of study
Standard study length
Degree Programme Board
Ing. arch. Tomáš Pavlovský, Ph.D.
MgA. Václav Kočí, Ph.D., prof. Ing. arch. Alois Nový, CSc., Sabina Pilcová, doc. Ing. arch. Antonín Odvárka, Ph.D., Ing. Josef Remeš, Ph.D., RNDr. Jana Slaběňáková, doc. Ing. Karel Šuhajda, Ph.D., doc. Ing. arch. Juraj Dulenčín, Ph.D., doc. Ing. arch. Petr Dýr, Ph.D., doc. Ing. Jan Pěnčík, Ph.D.
Fields of education
|Architecture and Urbanism||100|
The aim of the study of the four-year bachelor's program Architecture of Building Construction is to acquire a comprehensive basis of the necessary theoretical knowledge, general, technical, professional and practical knowledge and skills in the field of education Architecture and Urbanism. The aim of the study is that its graduate:
- found a full application in the studied program,
- was able to apply the acquired knowledge in a creative way,
- withstood the competition of graduates of similar study programs of educational institutions not only in the region of the Czech Republic but also in EU countries,
- could be authorized after the prescribed length of practice according to Act No. 360/1992 Coll. as an authorized architect,
- had the necessary language skills,
- could study in subsequent master's degree programs at all architecturally oriented faculties in the Czech Republic and abroad.
The purpose is to prepare the graduate to apply in practice at appropriate middle and higher levels of technical and managerial positions in the business sphere in design offices and in public administration.
After successful completion of the final state examination, the graduate is entitled to use the title "Bachelor" (abbreviated to Bc. Before the name).
In accordance with Act No. 111/1998 Coll., On Higher Education Institutions, this professionally oriented bachelor's study program in Architecture of Building Construction is characterized by the intention to provide basic universal education in architecture, corresponding to the first, ie bachelor's degree within structured study.
The graduate's study profile is then based on Government Decree No. 274/2016 Coll., On standards for accreditation in higher education, Government Decree No. 275/2016 Coll., On areas of higher education, Directive of the European Parliament 2005/36 / EC, odd. 8, Article 46, on the recognition of professional qualifications of 6 July 2005, Act No. 360/1992 Coll., On the exercise of the profession of authorized architects and the Authorization Rules of the Czech Chamber of Architects to the extent corresponding to the bachelor's degree. It is determined by its applicability in practice and the expected position on the labor market. It is compatible with bachelor's programs of other architectural schools at Czech technical universities. In the spirit of the Bologna Declaration, it enables the graduate to continue in further professional study of master's degree programs in architecture not only at Czech universities, but also at universities abroad. In practice, the graduate will find employment mainly in design offices.
The graduate of the bachelor's study program Architecture of Building Construction has mastered the latest scientific and technical knowledge in the complex of their interrelationships. He is able to apply the acquired knowledge in individual subjects in the issues of the given specialization. He is able to hold functions requiring independent solution of more complex construction technical or managerial problems. The graduate, who is also able to make independent and responsible decisions, will find employment:
- at building authorities,
- at monument care offices,
- in nature and landscape protection authorities,
- in the management of the implementation of a simple construction,
- in representing the builder or the applicant in land, construction or building approval proceedings,
- as an authorized architect after completing a professional practice under supervision and after passing an examination of professional competence or in the office of an authorized architect.
Equipping him with knowledge of foreign languages in the area of his expertise is a prerequisite for possible work abroad.
He / she has fulfilled all study obligations prescribed by the study plan of the study program, has obtained the prescribed number of credits (240 credits) and submitted his / her bachelor thesis within the set deadline. Successfully passed the state final examination The final state examination in the bachelor study program Architecture of Building Construction consists of the following parts:
- defense of bachelor thesis,
- an oral state examination which comprises three thematic areas.
Study plan creation
The rules and conditions for creating curricula are governed by:
- the Higher Education Act,
- Government Decree No. 274/2016 Coll., on standards for accreditation in higher education,
- Best practices for the preparation of study programs (material NAU 8/2017),
- Methodological materials for preparation and evaluation of applications for study program accreditation (NAU material)
- by the BUT degree programs,
- The rules of the quality assurance system for educational, creative and related activities and internal evaluation of the quality of educational, creative and related activities of BUT,
- BUT Study and Examination Regulations (hereinafter referred to as “SER”),
- BUT Standards of Study Programs,
- other documents as well as the current Dean's Directive Rules for the Organization of Studies in Bachelor's and Master's Degree Programs at the Faculty of Civil Engineering, Brno University of Technology. Orders for compulsory optional subjects are governed by a valid Dean's Instruction for enrolling students for study programs and orders for compulsory optional subjects.
Rules for organization of studies in Bachelor's and follow-up Master's degree programs at the Faculty of Civil Engineering of the Brno University of Technology specify in detail the study in degree programs, specify the academic year and its time division and study period, study plans, credit system, way of teaching and its securing, course documentation, study counseling, way of study completion, verification of study results, credit and graded credit, colloquium and exam, grading scale, weighted average, continuous study and conditions for continuation of study, enrollment and enrollment in the next year of study, interruption of study, recognition of examinations or fulfillment of other study obligations, abandonment of study, termination of study for failure to meet the requirements arising from the study program, final examination, examination board for final state examination, bachelor thesis and its defense, final state examination, overall study evaluation, rules on organization of study, study documentation, publication of final works, procedure for detecting plagiarism, obstacles to study, termination of study, praise and awards, medical fitness and communication through the BUT information system, student card, etc.
The courses are evaluated by ECTS credits. The credit expresses 1/60 of the average annual workload of the student during the standard period of study. The student obtains credits for the given subject only after its prescribed completion, ie after granting a credit, graded credit, or passing an examination under the conditions given by the SER, internal standard Rules for the organization of studies in bachelor and follow-up master's degree programs and the composition and content individually set out in each subject.
Availability for the disabled
At the Faculty of Civil Engineering, BUT, barrier-free access to all teaching rooms is currently provided. However, students must be physically fit to be qualified as a civil engineer. In practically oriented laboratory teaching, they must be able to operate measuring instruments and similar laboratory equipment independently without endangering themselves or their surroundings.
BUT provides support to students with specific needs, for details see Guideline 11/2017 (www.vutbr.cz/uredni-deska/international-documents-and-documents/-d141841/uplne-zneni-smernice-c-11- 2017-p147550).
In order to promote equal access to higher education, BUT incorporates the Alfons Advisory Center, part of the BUT Institute of Lifelong Learning, to provide guidance and support services to applicants and students with specific educational needs. Specific educational needs include learning disabilities, physical and sensory disabilities, chronic somatic illness, autistic spectrum disorders, impaired communication skills and mental illness (alfons.vutbr.cz/o-nas).
Students are provided with information concerning the accessibility of study programs with respect to the specific needs of the applicant, information about the architectural accessibility of individual faculties and university parts, about accommodation at the BUT dormitory, about the possibilities of adapting the admission procedure and adapting the study itself. Other services of the Center for Students with Special Educational Needs also include interpreting and rewriting services, or assistance services - guiding, spatial orientation, in order to enable these students to demonstrate their skills and knowledge in the same way as other students. This is done through the so-called adaptation of study, ie by appropriate adjustment of the study regime, which cannot be understood as a simplification of the content of study or relief of study obligations.
What degree programme types may have preceded
The bachelor's study program Architecture of Building Construction is followed by the follow-up master's study program Architecture and Urban Development. Graduates may also continue their studies with another similarly focused follow-up master's degree program at another faculty or another university.
Course structure diagram with ECTS credits
|BAA015||Descriptive Geometry||cs||4||Compulsory||Cr,Ex||P - 26 / C1 - 26||yes|
|BAA014||Mathematics||cs||3||Compulsory||Cr,Ex||P - 26 / C1 - 13||yes|
|BGA008||Residential Buildings||cs||3||Compulsory||Cr,Ex||P - 26 / C1 - 13||yes|
|BHA040||Building Constructions 1 (APS)||cs||4||Compulsory||GCr||P - 26 / C1 - 26||yes|
|BGA006||Contemporary Architecture||cs||2||Compulsory||Ex||P - 26||yes|
|BDA015||Structural Mechanics 1||cs||3||Compulsory||Cr,Ex||P - 26 / C1 - 13||yes|
|BGA009||Public Buildings 1||cs||3||Compulsory||GCr||P - 26 / C1 - 13||yes|
|BGA010||Fine Arts 1||cs||2||Compulsory||GCr||C1 - 26||yes|
|BGA007||Elements of Architectural Design||cs||4||Compulsory||GCr||P - 13 / C1 - 39||yes|
|BUA012||Basics of Computer Science||cs||2||Compulsory||Cr||P - 13 / C1 - 13||yes|
|BGA015||Architectural Design Studio 1||cs||8||Compulsory||GCr||C1 - 104||yes|
|BGA014||History of Architecture 1||cs||2||Compulsory||Ex||P - 26||yes|
|BUA013||Modeling of Structures in 2D||cs||2||Compulsory||GCr||C1 - 26||yes|
|BHA041||Building Constructions 2 (APS)||cs||4||Compulsory||Cr,Ex||P - 26 / C1 - 26||yes|
|BGA012||Industrial Buildings||cs||3||Compulsory||Cr,Ex||P - 26 / C1 - 13||yes|
|BDA016||Structural Mechanics 2||cs||3||Compulsory||Cr,Ex||P - 26 / C1 - 13||yes|
|BGA011||Public Buildings 2||cs||3||Compulsory||Cr,Ex||P - 26 / C1 - 13||yes|
|BGA013||Fine Arts 2||cs||2||Compulsory||GCr||C1 - 26||yes|
|BUA015||Architectural Applications of CAD||cs||2||Compulsory||GCr||C1 - 26||yes|
|BGA021||Architectural Design Studio 2||cs||8||Compulsory||GCr||C1 - 104||yes|
|BGA020||History of Architecture 2||cs||2||Compulsory||GCr||P - 26||yes|
|BLA022||Load-Bearing Structures 1||cs||3||Compulsory||Cr,Ex||P - 26 / C1 - 13||yes|
|BGA017||Monument Restoration||cs||3||Compulsory||Cr,Ex||P - 26 / C1 - 13||yes|
|BHA042||Building Constructions 3 (APS)||cs||4||Compulsory||Cr,Ex||P - 26 / C1 - 26||yes|
|BGA019||Urbanism 1||cs||3||Compulsory||Cr,Ex||P - 26 / C1 - 13||yes|
|BGA016||Rural and Farm Buildings||cs||3||Compulsory||Cr,Ex||P - 26 / C1 - 13||yes|
|BGA018||Fine Arts 3||cs||2||Compulsory||GCr||C1 - 26||yes|
|BGA026||Architectural Design Studio 3||cs||8||Compulsory||GCr||C1 - 104||yes|
|BGA025||History of Architecture 3||cs||2||Compulsory||Ex||P - 26||yes|
|BGA022||Interior and the Inner Space||cs||3||Compulsory||Cr,Ex||P - 26 / C1 - 13||yes|
|BFA013||Load-Bearing Structures 2||cs||3||Compulsory||Cr,Ex||P - 26 / C1 - 13||yes|
|BHA043||Building Constructions 4 (APS)||cs||4||Compulsory||Cr,Ex||P - 26 / C1 - 26||yes|
|BUA014||Modeling of structures in 3D||cs||2||Compulsory||GCr||C1 - 26||yes|
|BIA011||Building Materials and Geology||cs||3||Compulsory||Cr,Ex||P - 26 / C1 - 13||yes|
|BGA024||Urbanism 2||cs||3||Compulsory||GCr||P - 26 / C1 - 13||yes|
|BGA023||Fine Arts 4||cs||2||Compulsory||GCr||C1 - 26||yes|
|BGA032||Architectural Design Studio 4||cs||8||Compulsory||GCr||C1 - 104||yes|
|BGA030||History of Architecture 4||cs||2||Compulsory||GCr||P - 26||yes|
|BUA016||Computer Science for Architects||cs||1||Compulsory||Cr||C1 - 26||yes|
|BGA029||Architectonic Composition||cs||2||Compulsory||Ex||P - 26||yes|
|BOA019||Load-Bearing Structures 3||cs||3||Compulsory||Cr,Ex||P - 26 / C1 - 13||yes|
|BHA044||Building Physics 1||cs||1||Compulsory||Cr||P - 26||yes|
|BTA023||Building Services and Technical Infrastructure 1||cs||3||Compulsory||Cr,Ex||P - 26 / C1 - 13||yes|
|BGA028||Urbanism 3||cs||3||Compulsory||Cr,Ex||P - 26 / C1 - 13||yes|
|BGA031||Introduction to the Traditional Building Handicraft||cs||2||Compulsory||Ex||P - 26||yes|
|BGA027||Fine Arts 5||cs||2||Compulsory||GCr||C1 - 26||yes|
|BGA036||Architectural Design Studio 5||cs||8||Compulsory||GCr||C1 - 104||yes|
|BGA034||History of Architecture 5||cs||2||Compulsory||Ex||P - 26||yes|
|BGA035||Detail in Architecture 1||cs||3||Compulsory||GCr||P - 13 / C1 - 26||yes|
|BEA028||Geodesy and Cartography||cs||1||Compulsory||GCr||P - 26||yes|
|BHA045||Building Physics 2||cs||2||Compulsory||Cr,Ex||P - 13 / C1 - 13||yes|
|BTA024||Building Services and Technical Infrastructure 2||cs||3||Compulsory||Cr,Ex||P - 26 / C1 - 13||yes|
|BGA033||Theory and Aesthetics||cs||3||Compulsory||Cr,Ex||P - 26 / C1 - 13||yes|
|BGB040||Drawing and Modeling in Architecture||cs||3||Compulsory-optional||GCr||P - 13 / C1 - 39||6064||yes|
|BGB038||Visual Communication Techniques||cs||3||Compulsory-optional||GCr||P - 26 / C1 - 26||6064||yes|
|BGB039||Traditional Building Trades||cs||3||Compulsory-optional||GCr||P - 26 / C1 - 26||6064||yes|
|BGB037||Creative Plein Air||cs||3||Compulsory-optional||GCr||P - 26 / VT - 120 / C1 - 26||6064||yes|
|BGA041||History of the Fine Arts||cs||2||Compulsory||Ex||P - 26||yes|
|BGA042||Detail in Architecture 2||cs||3||Compulsory||GCr||C1 - 39||yes|
|BVA025||Building Economics||cs||3||Compulsory||Cr,Ex||P - 26 / C1 - 13||yes|
|BGA043||Bachelor Project||cs||14||Compulsory||GCr||C1 - 182||yes|
|BZA012||Sociology (APS)||cs||2||Compulsory||Cr||P - 26||yes|
|BGB044||Architecture of Technical Civilization||cs||3||Compulsory-optional||GCr||P - 26 / C1 - 13||6066||yes|
|BHB047||Low Energy Houses||cs||3||Compulsory-optional||GCr||P - 26 / C1 - 13||6066||yes|
|BWB014||Technology of Constructions||cs||3||Compulsory-optional||GCr||P - 26 / C1 - 13||6066||yes|
|BGB045||English for Architects - Guide for Working Abroad||cs||3||Compulsory-optional||GCr||P - 26 / C1 - 13||6067||yes|
|BHB046||Reconstruction of Building||cs||3||Compulsory-optional||GCr||P - 26 / C1 - 13||6067||yes|
|BUB017||BIM Design||cs||3||Compulsory-optional||GCr||C1 - 26||6067||yes|
|BRB012||Integration of Structures to Landscape||cs||3||Compulsory-optional||GCr||P - 13 / C1 - 26||6067||yes|
|BGA046||Professional Practical Training (APS)||cs||30||Compulsory||Cr||VT - 1560||yes|
|All the groups of optional courses|
|6064||0||BGB040, BGB038, BGB039, BGB037|
|6066||0||BGB044, BHB047, BWB014|
|6067||0||BGB045, BHB046, BUB017, BRB012|