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高中職專區

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常見問題

Q&A

1.What is the difference between the department and other similar ones?  
    The department of architecture and landscape is the only one in the country that bases on architecture discipline while supplementing with landscape one. Besides professional learning, the department emphasizes on the cultivation of self-conscious study, as well as takes part in related activities. Combining theory and practice, the department tries to stimulate student’s passion and potential with the way of “learning by doing.” 

2.The department’s study program is a four-year course. Is it qualified for various national examinations?
    The department has past architecture education identification in IEET. The students with architecture diploma can participate in national examination and become an architect while passing it. They also have qualifications to participate in national examinations for technicians of interior remodeling (second level) and landscape gardening, as well as national examinations to become public servants in related fields. Many alumni have past various national examinations and some become architects.

3.Is the department an architecture one or a landscape one?
    The department started with an idea that based on architecture discipline while supplementing with landscape one. Students can obtain the capability combining these two disciplines and teachers are capable of teaching them. While continuing their studies, most of our alumni choose architecture as their major whereas some take landscape one.  
However, the department tries to equip our alumni with architectural skill as well as landscape vision. 

4.If I cannot draw and do model, is architecture suitable for me?
    The most important thing is that you are interesting in architecture and our program. The department will teach you from the zero to the professional level such as drawing, computer graphic, model-making and other theoretical courses. On the other hand, there are graduated students working as teaching assistants who can resolve students’ problems when teachers are unavailable.

5.What is the teaching method for architectural design?
    Every year’s design course is a “core professional course.” It employs the “small class” method which includes 8-10 students as a teaching unit. It is the concept of design studio that aims at guaranteeing better teaching quality. 

6.Are there specific working studios for students?Is there individual working space for the student?
    Since the department started, each year’s class has had its own working space (studio). Every student has its own working unit designed to suit student’s convenience. Moreover, our newly constructed department building is capable of providing the most advancing facilities for all students. The freshmen will definitely benefit by the new building.

7.What are the department’s specific facilities?
    In addition to specific studios for each year, there are department office, chief office, professor’s research rooms, specialized panel judge rooms, drawing room as well as reviewing corridor, exhibit gallery, computer room, department’s library, carpenter studio and gardening field. There are plenty of facilities meeting students’ various requirements. 

8.Is there any possibility that the student can have access to practical training? 
    The practical training is designated as a required course for every student, and it is a requirement for graduation. After finishing two year’s courses, every student must start to fulfill 280-hours requirement for practical training held by related firms outside of school. These firms can be recommended by the department or found by students as long as they have been verified by the department. Besides, teachers assigned by the department will visit every student who takes part in practical training.
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