AlMughtaribeen University AlMughtaribeen University
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# Subject Credit Hours
1 Arabic Language (i) 2

1st Semester

2 English Language (i) 2
3 Islamic Culture (i) 2
4 Physics (i) 3
5 Mathematics 3
6 Design Studio (i) 3
7 Construction (i) 3
8 History of Architecture (i) 2
9 Introduction to Computer Science (i) 2
10 Buillding Theory 3
# Subject Credit Hours
1 Arabic Language (ii) 2

 

2nd Semester

2 English Language (ii) 2
3 Islamic Culture (ii) 2
4 Physics (i) 3
5 Sudanese Studies 2
6 Design Studio (ii) 3
7 Conustruction (ii) 3
8 History of Architecture (ii) 2
9 Introduction of Computer Science (ii) 2
10 Workshop Technology 2

Physics:

Introduction to prehistoric Architecture: Egyptian, Mesopotamian. Mycenaean through to classical Greek, and Roman. Architecture of the early Christian, Byzantine, Islamic, and Romanesque eras up to the end of the 10th Century.

Mathematics:

Introduction to prehistoric Architecture: Egyptian, Mesopotamian. Mycenaean through to classical Greek, and Roman. Architecture of the early Christian, Byzantine, Islamic, and Romanesque eras up to the end of the 10th Century.

Design Studio (i):

Introduction to the basic concepts theories and principles of design, Development of mental and manual skills and techniques to cope with design problems. Exercises on small projects dealing with promoting the visual and mental abilities for structuring and articulating two- and three- dimensional spatial constructions in different media. Basic skills of graphic expression to communicate design ideas using various presentation and rendering techniques; orthographic, pictorial drawing and free-hand sketching.

Construction (i):

Construction objectives and techniques. Construction materials: earth, bricks, stone, cement; their nature, properties, characteristics and capabilities; function of each material, the manner in which it is integrated into the building components: Foundations (strip, isolated footings, raft and piles) and walls (load-bearing and non-load-bearing

History of Architecture (i):

Introduction to prehistoric Architecture: Egyptian, Mesopotamian. Mycenaean through to classical Greek, and Roman. Architecture of the early Christian, Byzantine, Islamic, and Romanesque eras up to the end of the 10th Century.

Introduction to Computer Science (i):

An introductory course focusing on computer literacy by acquainting the student with and basic principles of the technology of small computer systems; computer terminology operation principles of a P.C. Introduction to the applications of software: graphic systems, printers, scanners plotters and file management.

Building Theory:

Introduction to prehistoric Architecture: Egyptian, Mesopotamian. Mycenaean through to classical Greek, and Roman. Architecture of the early Christian, Byzantine, Islamic, and Romanesque eras up to the end of the 10th Century.

Physics (ii)

Study of the characteristics of medieval era (1000 -1450 AD) Christian and Islamic Architecture in Europe and the Middle East and their cultural links. Exploring the cultural, aesthetical and technological aspects of the Architecture of these eras and the expression of the religious and philosophical thoughts that dominate these civilizations.

Design Studio (ii)

Study of the design activity at different scales of space organization through reviewing representing samples of historic human settlements and built forms that responded to their prevailing time, societal values, needs and capabilities. The student is thus introduced to the scope and vocabulary of planning and architecture, design at different scales and levels, order and character of places. The study extends to include analysis of form, structure, cultural value, use and meaning of planning and architectural forms.[min.10 projects]

Construction (ii)

Study of the design activity at different scales of space organization through reviewing representing samples of historic human settlements and built forms that responded to their prevailing time, societal values, needs and capabilities. The student is thus introduced to the scope and vocabulary of planning and architecture, design at different scales and levels, order and character of places. The study extends to include analysis of form, structure, cultural value, use and meaning of planning and architectural forms.[min.10 projects]

History of Architecture (ii)

Study of the characteristics of medieval era (1000 -1450 AD) Christian and Islamic Architecture in Europe and the Middle East and their cultural links. Exploring the cultural, aesthetical and technological aspects of the Architecture of these eras and the expression of the religious and philosophical thoughts that dominate these civilizations.

Introduction to Computer Science (ii)

Study of the characteristics of medieval era (1000 -1450 AD) Christian and Islamic Architecture in Europe and the Middle East and their cultural links. Exploring the cultural, aesthetical and technological aspects of the Architecture of these eras and the expression of the religious and philosophical thoughts that dominate these civilizations.