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This cousrse will introduce students to Visual Basic.Net programming. The students will taught using application driven approach which provides step by step instructions for creating and interacting with useful, real world computer applications. The topics that will be covered will be computers, the internet and Visual Basic.Net, Visual programming. Then the course covers topics about variable, memory concepts, arithmetic, algorithms, and pseudo code and program control. Procedures and sub procedures are used with scope for pass by reference and option strict. One dimensional array and two dimentional arrays topics are covered with building classes and objects. Keyboard events, menus, dialogs with string processing and sequential access files are also taught. The students are provided with seminars presentations and labs and they will do lab programming assignments.
course will provide the students to learn some mathematical facts and their
applications. This course also assists the students to think logically and
mathematically. This course provides knowledge in mathematical reasoning,
combinatorial analysis, discrete structures, algorithms, applications and
modeling, graph and theory of computations.
Studio on form, space and composition. “Outside-in” approach to
architecture. The architectural form and its composition. The compositional
aspects of spatial design- expression, language, intent, dynamics etc. and
their use as tools of concept and functional accommodation. Three-dimensional
models and design development. Spatial approach to design. Meaning, message and
symbolism. Work with architectural precedents through analysis of various works
of architects. Contemporary design theory as a premise for design
An introduction to different forms of digital representation in architecture: architectural drawings, digital 3D modeling, rendering, sheet layout design and fundamentals in animation and image editing. Introduction to Building Information Modelling (BIM), and graphical representation software. Such techniques are utilized as design tools for the creative development of projects and communication with clients and consultants from different disciplines in architectural practice.
concepts and fundamentals of visualization, thinking, and design of simple
forms in three dimensions. Presentation, communication and basic design skills
using simple three-dimensional modelling exercises in manual formats. Emphasis
on aesthetic design criteria.
Advanced research writing course allows the students for writing a scientific research paper and to develop the methods of citation, conventions of style and organization, developing the skills of charts and figures and critical thinking skills necessary for writing advanced research.
Study and Analysis of Urban Regional Planning
A continuation of senior project I. Comprehensive architectural design demonstrating an understanding of the different conceptual and technical aspects of architecture
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