The goal of the Bachelor of Architectural Science program is to educate students for a wide range of professional roles in the construction industry. The program emphasizes studies in design, technology, and management. The long-standing reputation of the program rests in part on this unique emphasis of the curriculum.
The curriculum is structured around four themes: introduction and context, preparation (tools and elements), integration and concentration/specialization/transition. The first three years of the program provide students with a common foundation. The final year offers three different options, Architecture, Building Science and Project Management. The initial years place students in a position to make informed choices of option, and they are encouraged to do so as early as possible.
Architectural Science students may find employment in the following industries:
For questions about the job application process, co-op fees, potential employers, typical co-op employment rates etc. please contact the Co-op Co-ordinator.
|For questions about academic matters such as: co-op admission requirements, requests for alternate work and academic term sequences, when to apply to get into co-op, grades for co-op work terms, work term reports etc. please contact the Faculty Advisor.
Associate Professor Vincent Hui
Phone: 416-979-5000 ext. 7962