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Module Code Module Name Planned semester
2403077 Electives Design Theory I 1
Term Type Niveau Modulstatus
WS 07/08 Compulsory module    
ECTS-Credits Taught units/semester Private study time
6.0 120.0 L / 90.0 h 66.0 h

Current status
In Modulplanung
Language
English
Content
  • The various contents of the Elective Courses are discussed in the descriptions of the single courses.
Aims
The module Electives Design Theory I seeks to establish complementary knowledge and integrative understanding for the concentration Design Theory. The students choose 4 courses from 6 possible courses.

The aim is to provide students with the complementary professional knowledge and intellectual instruments to approach the problems discussed in the design project studios.
Learning Outcomes
At the end of the module each student should have the ability to demonstrate and/or work with:
  • Present and evaluate arguments, information and ideas concerning the discipline.
  • An understanding of professional vocabulary and concepts.
  • Confidence in analysing case studies of urban structures and the ability to infer principles and motivations.
  • Demonstrate the ability to work with other students for assignments, readings and protocols.
  • The ability to communicate complex ideas and concepts comprehensibly in visual, oral and written forms.
  • Present and evaluate arguments, information and ideas concerning the various fields discussed, and the ability to integrate these aspects in an individual design thinking and work.
Methods
Lectures, seminars.
Requirements
  • Admission requirements for the Master of Science in Architecture Degree Program
Examination Procedure
  • The various assessment methods are discussed in the descriptions of the single courses.
Assessment
All 4 chosen courses in the module have to be passed with a sufficient grade (minimum grade of 4.0).
The module grade will be determined from the average of the single course grades.