Applications for Admission to B.Arch Programme (A.Y.2016-17)
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University of Mumbai
We offer a five year bachelors of architecture course in affiliation with the Mumbai University recognized by the Council of Architecture.
The overall course structure is formulated within the framework of the Mumbai University Syllabus.
The Final internship is part of the University course structure. In the second semester of the fourth year, students work in registered architecture firms for a period of 4 months. At the end of the internship a viva-voce is conducted by external examiners of University of Mumbai.
The revised schedule can be downloaded from below.
in construction ManagementY.C.M.O.U.
Coordinator: Ar. Shilpa Sharma
The course aims at training competent professionals who can deal with complex building projects by coordinating with various agencies in practice. The thrust of the program is on imparting knowledge of planning, scheduling and monitoring so that building projects are completed within the stipulated time, cost & quality parameters.
in Environmental ArchitectureY.C.M.O.U.
Coordinator: Ar. Vinit Mirkar
The program is designed to train students in methods for scientific evaluation of various factors for planning environmentally sustainable development of human settlements. It covers subjects like energy efficient buildings, GIS, environmental law, thermal comfort & passive design green buildings etc.
in General ArchitectureY.C.M.O.U.
Coordinator: Ar. Mugdha Deshpande
The program aims at attaining high level of contextual excellence in Architectural design. Both theory & studio exercises are viewed as the core of program with crucial inputs being provided by experts specializing in the fields of Environment, Housing, Technology & Professional practice
in Urban and Regional PlanningY.C.M.O.U.
Coordinator: Ar. Khudeja Saiyad
It provides students with a working knowledge of the theory, policy, law, research, principles and practices required for planning and management of urban and rural areas.