Courses

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FIRST YEAR

Fall Semester

Course Code Course Name Saat/Kredi
ARCH-113 HISTORY ART AND ARCHITECTURE I (2-0) 2
ARCH-121 INTRODUCTION TO ARCHITECTURE (2-0) 2
ARCH-111 BASIC DESIGN (4-4) 6
ARCH-103 ARCHITECTURAL COMMUNICATION (2-2) 3
MATH-141 MATHEMATICS I (3-0) 3
ARCH-109 CONSTRUCTION I (2-2) 3
ENG-101 ENGLISH I (3-0) 3

Spring Semester

Course Code Course Name Saat/Kredi
ARCH-102 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN I (4-4) 6
ARCH-112 DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY & PERSPECTIVE (2-2) 3
MATH-142 MATHEMATICS II (3-0) 3
ARCH-110 CONSTRUCTION-II (2-2) 3
ARCH-115 MATERIALS I (2-0) 2
ARCH-104 BUILDING SCIENCE I (2-0) 2
ENG-102                     ENGLISH II                                   (3-0) 3

SECOND YEAR

Fall Semester

Course Code Course Name Saat/Kredi
ARCH-201 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN III (4-4) 6
ARCH-204 BUILDING SCIENCE II (2-0) 2
ARCH-211 CONSTRUCTION  III (2-2) 3
ARCH-216               MATERIALS II (2-2) 3
ARCH-214 HISTORY OF ART & ARCHITECTURE  II (2-0) 2
ARCH-231 STATICS   (3-0) 3
ARCH-203 COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN I (2-2) 3

Spring Semester

Course Code Course Name Saat/Kredi
ARCH-202 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN III (4-4) 6
ARCH-212 CONSTRUCTION  IV (2-2) 3
ARCH-221 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE I (2-0) 2
ARCH-205 HISTORY OF ART & ARCHITECTURE III (3-0) 3
ARCH-232 MECHANICS (3-0) 3
ARCH-206 COMPUTER AIDED ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN (2-2) 3
ARCH-200 SUMMER PRACTICE (CONSTRUCTION SITE WORK)

THIRD YEAR

Fall Semester

Course Code Course Name Saat/Kredi
ARCH-303 ARCHITECTURAL  DESIGN  IV (4-4) 6
ARCH-322 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE  II (2-2) 2
ARCH-305 ARCHITECTURE OF 20th CENTURY (2-0) 2
ARCH-331 BEHAVIOUR I (3-0) 3
ARCH-309 URBAN DESIGN I (2-0) 2
ARCH-307 ADVANCED COMPUTER APPLICATIONS (2-2) 3

Spring Semester

Course Code Course Name Saat/Kredi
ARCH-304 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN  V (4-4) 6
CE-303 SURVEYING (3-0) 3
ARCH-310 URBAN DESIGN II (2-2) 3
ARCH-332 BEHAVIOUR  II              (3-0) 3
TECH. ELECTIVE (3-0) 3
ARCH-300 SUMMER PRACTICE  (OFFICE  WORK)

FOURTH YEAR

Fall Semester

Course Code Course Name Saat/Kredi
ARCH-404 ARCHITECTURAL  DESIGN VI (4-4) 6
ARCH-433 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT (3-0) 3
ARCH-422 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE  III (2-0) 2
ARCH-432                   RESTORATION     (2-2) 3
TECH. ELECTIVE (3-0) 3

Spring Semester

Course Code Course Name Saat/Kredi
ARCH-405 GRADUATION PROJECT (4-4) 6
ARCH-401 LEGAL  AS. OF PLANNING (2-2) 3
ARCH-411 PROFESSIONAL  PRACTICE                            (3-2) 4
TECH. ELECTIVE (3-0) 3
TECH. ELECTIVE (3-0) 3

Course Descriptions

ARCH-113: History of Art and Architecture I
This course explores the cultural and historical development of art and architecture. Within a chronological and geographical framework the course will familiarize you with key architectural landmarks from the Prehistoric Period.
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ARCH-121: Introduction To Architecture
Introduction to the fundamentals of architecture, terminology, design, form, function and construction.
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ARCH-111: Basic Design
Furnishing the student with basic skills of graphic expression. Exercises in various presentation and rendering techniques, ortographic, paralline, pictorical drawing and free-hand sketching. Design elements: Point, line, plane, volume, texture, form, drection and scale. Colours on human. Exercises in various presentation and rendering techniques, ortohographic, perception: Gestalt Principles: Proximity, similarity, ground-figure relationship. Design principles: repetition, rhythm, balance, constrast, harmony, hierarchy, etc. Space concept: space geometry in architecture by the help of case studies.
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ARCH-103: Architectural Communication
Furnishing the student with basic skills of graphic expression. The control of line thickness in generating recessing and advancing planes as well as clarity in spaceing and crossing of lines in defining planar elements. Exercises in various presentation and rendering techniques, orthographic, paralline, pictorial drawing techniques and free hand sketching.
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MATH-141: Mathematics I
Sets-numbers, the absolute value. Function, graphs, vectors, analytic geometry-using vectors. Matrices, determinants. Systems of linear aquations. Second degree curves. Polar coordinates, basic trigonometry. Complex numbers, permutation, combination. Elementary concepts of probability.
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ARCH-109: Construction I 
Analyses of constructional requirements and practices with specific emphasis on basic construction elements and components.
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ENG-101: Freshman English I 
Focusing on grammar and developing of all language skills. This course aims at enabling students to understand their lessons and to express themselves in English.
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ARCH-102: Architectural Design I
The analytical, functional, spatial an structural study and application of forms serving on single purpose erected out of necessity.
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ARCH-112: Descriptive Geometry & Perspective
Projections and properties. Point, line, flatness, figure, frustum of a figure in the three-dimensional space.
Ortohographic  drawings.  Isometric  construction method.  Two-Point Perspective. The common method. The construction of a simple two-point perspective . 
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MATH-142: Mathematics II
Limits, continuity. Derivative, ant derivative. Definite integral, fundamental theorem of calculus. Applications of derivate. Transcendental functions. Techniques of integration. Geometric moments, centroids, moments of inertia.
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ARCH-110:   Construction-II
In detailing the construction elements, entrance to the principles of design and using the construction elements and materials in suitable and true places.
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ARCH-115:  Materials I
Description of building materials’ properties within the frame of materials science
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ARCH-104:Building Science -I
A study of human dimensions and their manipulation in furniture and fittings. Measured drawings of artifact of everyday use.Minimum and maximum dimensions interior spaces in view of various functions.General introduction to the building as a subject of science. Focusing on the house facilities,dimensions of the interior spaces (rooms) in term of the function-furniture-space relations.Search and find to different space types of house useing units as an actions area in a house departments.A practise of measured and scaled drawings and designing elements in the house.
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ENG-102: Freshman English I
This course aims at taking students to an advanced level of English in all language skills.
ARCH-201: Architectural Design II
Design and detailing of a two storey building, considering the form, function, construction concepts.
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ARCH-204:Building Science -2
A study of planning process of building types and approaches to designing steps as opinion of form,function and costructions.Their function analysis for manipulation of design organizations in furniture and fittings. Measured drawings of artifact of everyday use.Minimum and maximum dimensions interior spaces in view of various functions.General introduction to the building as a subject of science. Focusing on the buildings as ; education and schools, culture and libraries, health and hospitals, administration and offices, commerce and shopping centers,sports facilities.Researching to many type of buildings planning and designings as function analysis of the spaces in uses for dimensioning and according to the function-furniture-space relations.Search and find to different spaces types of useing units as an activity areas in the designing spaces of the buildings.A practise at the many types of buildings as designing of measured and scaled building drawings.
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ARCH-211:   Construction III
Consideration of structural types and materials of pitched roofs.
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ARCH-216:  Materials II
Description of building materials’ according to their ; raw materials, manufacturing processes, types and characteristics, use and application methods. To recognize building materials with examples which are interpreted  together by materials science and architecture
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ARCH-214: History of Art and Architecture II
This course will examine the cultural and historical development of art and architecture from Roman times to the Gothic era. Furthermore the course will deal with the development of Islamic art and architecture.
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ARCH-231: Statics
Principles of equilibrium of particles and rigid bodies, simple structures and trusses. Internal forces in beams and cables, centroids and moments of inertia of areas.
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ARCH-203: Computer Aided Design I
Drawing and Editing. How to draw quickly and efficiently. How to draw lines, arch, circles and other entities. How to erase, copy, more and perform other functions.
Enchancing CAD Drawings. How to use blocks the advantages of using blocks. Dimensioning and dimension entities. How to change arrowhead types, how to change sizes. How to create callouts. Cross hatching techiques, crosshatching areas, patterns. How to add text and facts to your drawings. The entities in various facts. Drawing foundation plans.
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ARCH-202: Architectural Design III 
Focuses on the design problems involving studies with modular components. Emphasis will be on working with the limitations of specific structural systems and specific project requirements for projects such as shopping centers, office buildings and educational facilities 
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ARCH-212:   Construction IV
This course’s content includes the details of improved construction elements and building economy. The fundementals of application projects are given.
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ARCH-221:  Environmental Science  I  
This course is to emphasise the importance of environmental dimension of the whole life on earth. A study of the terms of natural heat transfer, resources, and human effects on them and the resultant pollution is introduced. The transmission of settlements into urban areas and cost of planning without environmental concerns are other topics covered that receive high attention in urban developments.
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ARCH-205: History of Art and Architecture III 
This course is a study of cultural and historical development of art and architecture from rise of Renaissance to the end of the 19th century together with the Ottoman period. The course will focus on historical, cultural, urban and technological developments; concepts of Romanticism, Enlightenment, Industrialization, Modernization.   
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ARCH-232: Mechanics of Materials
Stresses in and design of uniaxially loaded members. Shear stress. Stresses and deformation in torsion and bending. Statically indeterminate problems. Columns, buckled shapes and  critical loads. Principal stresses. Mohr’s circle. Eccentrically loaded members. Prerequisite for Arch-232: Arch-231
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ARCH-206: Computer Aided Architectural Design
Drawing and Editing. How to draw quickly and efficiently. How to draw lines, arch, circles and other entities. How to erase, copy, more and perform other functions.
Enchancing CAD Drawings. How to use blocks the advantages of using blocks. Dimensioning and dimension entities. How to change arrowhead types, how to change sizes. How to create callouts. Cross hatching techiques, crosshatching areas, patterns. How to add text and facts to your drawings. The entities in various facts. Drawing foundation plans.
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ARCH-303: Architectural Design IV
Advanced architectural design and planning of buildings involving considerations of structural and functional complexity on a three dimensional basis. Functional analyses and unit exercises. Designing the project according to the result of the analyses concerning; panoramic aspect, transport topography connection, nature, climatic and social factors. Remarking of the relations between; function, form, space, structure and material. 
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ARCH-322: Environmental Science II
The study and integration of mechanical equipment and mechanical services (fire protection, fire escape routes, elevators and calculations, boiler and boiler room calculations etc) used in modern buildings in architectural design.    
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ARCH-305: Architecture of 20th Century
This course explores to architects, movements, theoretical positions and other issues related to the architecture of the 20th century. Topics such as modernism and post-modernism, functionalism and post-functionalism, internationalism and regionalism are discussed. This discussion covers  the main concepts and attitudes starting from  late 1800’s  such as “machine”, “industry”, “Art nouveau”, “The Arts and Crafts Movement”,  “standardization”  “rational planning” “The Bauhaus” and “The International Style”  “Biological analogy”, “post-modernist architecture” and “deconstructive architecture”.   
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ARCH-331: Behaviour And Analysis of Structures
A survey of the elements influencing the behaviour of structures. Use of appropriate methods and structural models in the qualitative analysis of columns, continuous beams, frames, arches, curved beams, plates and shells.
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ARCH-309 Planning And Urban Design I
Definition of the city, its development and analysis of components-activities, functions, movement channels and corresponding physical form.
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ARCH-307: Advanced Computer Applications
Setting up projects. Drawing a simple building plan and three dimensional planning. Electrical circuit working with plotters configuring. Configuring printers-using attributes, extracting attributes-working with menus.  Using menu sections. Introduction to auto lisp using. Auto lisp programming, tool kit. Desigining the application. Creating symbol Library moving graphic information into CAD.  Putting it all together.
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ARCH-304: Architectural Design V  
Advanced architectural design and planning  of   building   involing considerations of  structural and functional complexion a three dimensional basic. Work on multi-functional projects like shooping centre, culture centre etc., to choose design problems. Making two or more than two storey building design using contemporary materials and structural systems.
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CE-303  : Surveying
The art of measuring an area on the earth and representing it to some suitable scale on paper.
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ARCH-310: Planning And Urban Design II
Introduction to city planning and urban design: historical background, land-use plan, transportation plan, planning and different scales, visual analysis of the city, administrative aspects.Analysis of various design approaches, practical urban design studio for various components of the city. Description of basic concepts of urban structure. Description neighbourhood and clusters design process.
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ARCH-332: Behaviour And Analysis of Structures II
An advanced  survey of the elements influencing the behaviour of structures. Use of appropriate methods and structural models in the qualitative analysis of columns, continuous beams, frames, arches, curved beams, plates and shells. General behaviour of reinforced concrete. Static analyses of building frames. Pre-requisite of Arch 331 course.
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ARCH-404: Architectural Design VI
Advanced architectural design and planning of buildings involving considerations of structural and functional complexity.  This a kind of complex architectural study for building production between different kinds of buildings which have different heights, architectural properties and build in different times.  It is aimed to design  such a building so that it has a harmony with its environment.    
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ARCH-433:   Construction Management
The fundementals of organization and managing are related with the building construction in this course.
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ARCH-422:  Environmental Science III
Heat Loss / Gain and condensation check on building envelope.
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ARCH-432:  Restoration
Conservation of historic buildings is a process which leads to the prolongation of the life of cultural property for its utilization now and in the future.
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ARCH-405:Graduation Project
Each student designs a project using background from passed projects and lessons supporting  projects,  integration of factors like; form, space, function. Topography, nature, climate,  social effects, panaromic aspects and transport connection is the main objective.
Students develope their projects by taking critiques & juries during semestr. In the  final jury, students are expected to develop themselves to a standard of architecture profession.
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ARCH-401: Legal Aspects of Planning
General Law. The responsibilities of an architect. Legal, social and social aspects. Definition of economic and  financial  law.  Concepts  of  law. Planning  Law
Analysis of planning and development laws and regulations and their usage, legal explanations in terms of the architect, employed, public adrimistration, neigbourhood,
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ARCH-411: Professional Practice 
A studio organized for giving tutorial advice to students on matters pertaining to the structure, environmental control and construction on each designer’s project as either defined within the course including details and specifications
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TECHNICAL ELECTIVE COURSES
ARCH-314: Concept of Colour In Architecture
General information and definitions of colour/colour texture relationship. Psychological influence of colour. Basic colour theory. Colour combinations. Colour harmony. Colour as an architectural design ingredient. Color schemes and design examples. Practical studio.
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ARCH-406: Descriptive Analysis Of Buildings
The student is introduced to the analysis of historic structures, putting emphasis on traditional residential architecture. This starts with a detailed measured survey including various mechanical and optical techniques; a graphic and verbal written analysis follows this in the course of the  study. A restitutiton backed with research and a restoration project follows in the course of the term.
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ARCH-407: Housing In Rural Area
Historical Development of Housing in rural area. Use of construction materials & techniques and effect of social, cultural and climitical factors on environment of rural areas. Preparing seminars  on built environments including above concepts
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ARCH-408: Dimensional Coordination
The aim is to emphasize the importance of standardization in  contruction materials and to explain the importance of “Dimensional Coordination” discipline in building production. At the same time, the principles of moduler designing is explained with different examples and projects.  “The Modulor”, “Fibonacci Series”, “Golden Section” and “ module” concepts are explained. The size and location of components and elements of construction by refering to examples and by providing some modular design practices.
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ARCH-409:
Form & Develop Of Trad. Turkish House. House’s   formation,  taking  shape  and  development  in  Turkish life culture.  The  concept  of  XIX.  Century  Traditional  Turkish   House   which    has   typical characteristics. Plan,   function,  elevation  formations,  material,  construction  technics  and decorate  about  Turkish  House.  Local  peculiarities.  Making  analyse on Turkish House with contemporary life.
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ARCH-410: Landscape Design
Landscaping combines elements of art and science to create a functional, aesthetically pleasing extension of indoor living to the outdoors. One initial purpose of  landscape  design is to blend man’s technology (house or building) into the natural surroundings. To  work toward a desirable landscape design. The landscape horticulturist must have a working knowledge of art elements and design principles. This publication is intended for the  commercial landscaper with little or no training in the use of these basic principles.
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ARCH-412:Quantities
The   course   includes   the   general   principles   of  measurement   of  excavations,  foundations,  brick  works,  floors,  columns,  beams  and  roofs, internal and external finishes,windows and doors bill preparation  process, unit prices and costing.
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ARCH-413: Introduction to Deterioration & Conservation
Introduction to the characteristic and provenance of historic building materials used in construction and conservation projects. Introduction to the causes of deterioration and conservation techniques.
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ARCH-414: Architectural Model Making
The importance of three dimensional comminication in  architecture. Transformation the two dimensional designs to the three dimension with different scales.Equipments,  materials and tecnicques which using  for model making and application on verious architerctural  designs/details.
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ARCH-415: Urban Traffic Planning
A course designed to furnish architects and town planners with knowledge on physical planning of urban traffic. Topics covered include road hierarchy, junctions, vehicular-pedestrian segregation and parking. A textbook is available.
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ARCH-416:Physical Environment
The aim of this course is to compose a general overview of the environmental concerns in the transmission of settlements from rural to urban in terms of construction industry and the architectural designs. A study of the environmental parameters and the development of new service systems in terms of occupants and their surrounding is included.
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ARCH-417: Aesthetics
Theory, critic and semiological reading are the main conceptual keys of the lecture. Terminological explanation and principal theories are introduced. From Ancient Greek Philosophy up to modern times art understanding all the artistic tendencies are reviewed. Social aspects, religions, revolutionary thoughts and individual conditions are considered as the motor of innovations. Lecture is assisted by visual documatation.
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ARCH-418: Visual Analyzing By Freehand Drawing
The  aim is to prepare the students for freehand drawings of selected buildings and their environments in the historical places of Cyprus. The determination of contour, hidden contour and reference lines, beside the knowledge of tone and colour, the examination of the fall of shadows on the front of the building and objects by a one-to-one drawing method and in this way enabling the students to understand concepts of scale, proportion, rhythm and stability. With the aim of supporting the course, the students will be asked in each lesson to make a freehand drawing of an important building of architectural value, and gather information about the building and its architect. During the course hours, in light of the gathered information conversational type of discussions will be carried out on the opinion, attitude and study methods of the architect, and also the form, materials, colour-texture relationship and contribution to the architectural culture of the building. The architects and their buidings that can be dialed with are; Antoni Gaudi – Sagrada Familia, Frank Lloyd Wright – Fallingwater House, Le Corbusier – Ronchamp Church, Jorn Utzon – Sydney Opera House, I. M.Pei – Louvre Pyramid, Frank O. Gehry – Gugenheim Museum, Norman Foster – Millennium Tower.      
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ARCH-419:Social Cultural Anthropology-Culture & Structure
Social anthropology examines the relationships between institutes and its parameters which forms cultural systems. It looks for the influences on each factor and tries to find out their relationships with the social sciences. Social anthropology is interested in social – cultural institutes, cultural aspects, cultural metamorphoses. Social anthropology’s original creative approaches will be taken into consideration throughout the course period. 
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ARCH-420: Art Technıques In Representing The Natural And The Built Environment
This course is designed in order to encourage beginning students in art techniques as a means of visual exploration, visual expression of architectural idea through media of sketching using different art techniques and materials. To fulfill this intention and develop skill in art techniques student are obliged to complete the range of exercises in representing geometrical figures, objects, domestic things, pieces of furniture, interior and exterior spaces with precise attention to structuring of mentioned above objects.
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ARCH-421:Solar Energy
This course will study about solar energy and using of energy in architecture and it will address the following issues: Sun, the solar constant and its spectral distribution and sun-earth astronomical relationship, solar declination and hour angle, angle between beam and collector, angles for tracking surface, reckoning time, effects of the earth’s atmosphere, solar cell, pyranometers, heat transfer, thermal comfort, passive and active systems (Solar heating and cooling, green house system, solar water heaters, swimming pool heaters, trombe wall), passive solar design (Direct gain passive solar systems, mass storage wall, shading determination and shading devices and conception effective energy: climate parameters, conception parameters). This courses will also study building gain and losses.
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ARCH-422: Classical Antiquity In Asia Minor
Architectural developments in Anatolia during the classical period will be covered with a contextual approach. Indigenous traditions in construction and building types will also be considered to stress the Anatolian contribution and the resulting synthesis in the material evidence of Greek and Roman civilization, with particular attention to Western Asia Minor and the southern coastlands.
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ARCH-423:Earthquake Resistant Design
Causes of earthquakes. Characteristics of earthquake ground motion. Earthquake magnitude and intensity measurements. Earthquake design spectra. Model spectral analysis. Equivalent static lateral force method. Design codes. Design applications.
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ARCH-424: Basic Art Education
Our aim is to increase visual perceive and creativity of people with combination of art in order to express their self with original designs. This course is concerned with principles of basic art education two dimensional, three dimensional drawing problems, relation between line and superficial volume and mass, space, structure and materials. Teaching method will be research, observation and application of these methods. Examination will be % 30 research % 70 Application.
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ARCH-425:Design And Representations In Appled Aesthetics In Plastic Art
The connections between human, object, and space with the shaping of clay, which is the basic material of the ceramic. Beside these, student will be able to observe the process of metamorphosis of the ergonomic and also the functional concrete object in to the abstract form which will be considerate with the space. 
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ARCH-430: Topography 
Geodesy and properties. Scale and linear measurement. Angle and properties.
Large Scale and small Scale Map.Coordinate systems.Calculation of area
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ARCH-434: Large-Span Structures In Architecture
General information and definitions of Large-span structure in Architecture. Analysis of arches and vaults structure. Barrel vaults and cross vaults structure. Analysis of domes structure. Shell structures types. Single-curvature and double-curvature cable-supported structure. Temporary structure. Description of membrane structure. Truss types. Analysis of space frames. Compare and analysis of different types of large-span structure.
ARCH-435 Architectural Design Principles of New Buildings in Historical    
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Preservation of historical environments is becoming more important.  The question ,“What must be the design principle of new buildings in old setting?” comes into mind with the concept of protection.  In this course determination of different disign principes in historical environments is tried to done. 
Introduction to city planning and urban design: historical background, land-use plan, transportation plan, planning and different scales, visual analysis of the city, administrative aspects.Analysis of various design approaches, practical urban design studio for various components of the city. Description of basic concepts of urban structure. Description neighbourhood and clusters design process.
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ARCH-332: Behaviour And Analysis of Structures II
An advanced  survey of the elements influencing the behaviour of structures. Use of appropriate methods and structural models in the qualitative analysis of columns, continuous beams, frames, arches, curved beams, plates and shells. General behaviour of reinforced concrete. Static analyses of building frames. Pre-requisite of Arch 331 course.
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ARCH-404: Architectural Design VI
Advanced architectural design and planning of buildings involving considerations of structural and functional complexity.  This a kind of complex architectural study for building production between different kinds of buildings which have different heights, architectural properties and build in different times.  It is aimed to design  such a building so that it has a harmony with its environment.    
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ARCH-433:   Construction Management
The fundementals of organization and managing are related with the building construction in this course.
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ARCH-422:  Environmental Science III
Heat Loss / Gain and condensation check on building envelope.
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ARCH-432:  Restoration
Conservation of historic buildings is a process which leads to the prolongation of the life of cultural property for its utilization now and in the future.
TOP
ARCH-405:Graduation Project
Each student designs a project using background from passed projects and lessons supporting  projects,  integration of factors like; form, space, function. Topography, nature, climate,  social effects, panaromic aspects and transport connection is the main objective.
Students develope their projects by taking critiques & juries during semestr. In the  final jury, students are expected to develop themselves to a standard of architecture profession.
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ARCH-401: Legal Aspects of Planning
General Law. The responsibilities of an architect. Legal, social and social aspects. Definition of economic and  financial  law.  Concepts  of  law. Planning  Law
Analysis of planning and development laws and regulations and their usage, legal explanations in terms of the architect, employed, public adrimistration, neigbourhood,
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ARCH-411: Professional Practice 
A studio organized for giving tutorial advice to students on matters pertaining to the structure, environmental control and construction on each designer’s project as either defined within the course including details and specifications