The Bachelor's degree is a cycle of training in the fundamentals intended to provide a common basis for all students. It is a cycle of initiation and understanding of the project and of architectural culture and design processes in reference to uses, techniques and temporalities.
The aim of the course is to enable students to acquire a basic understanding of architectural and urban culture, to master the tools and means of representing architecture, and to develop a simplified project.
Organisation of teaching
The Bachelor's degree cycle is divided into 6 semesters over three years. The teaching during this cycle is given in the form of courses, project supervision and supervised work. The teaching of this cycle includes a work and/or site internship and a first practice internship, a study report and its defense.
Organisation of semesters
The degree is organised according to a clearly established progression, with a common core that structures the major part of it.
Each of the 6 semesters is identified by a work theme, which combines :
- a range of skills to be acquired
- an object and a subject
- articulating project and theory
Organisation of teaching units
As far as the organisation of the courses is concerned, each semester consists of 3 courses and a maximum of 8 different courses.
The three teaching units :
- Project workshop and associated lessons
- Multidisciplinary courses developing the theme of the semester
- Independent learning