Resolution Of September 22, 2015, Of The Rey Juan Carlos University, That Publishes The Plan Of Graduate Studies In Fundamentals Of Architecture.

Original Language Title: Resolución de 22 de septiembre de 2015, de la Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, por la que se publica el plan de estudios de Graduado en Fundamentos de la Arquitectura.

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In accordance with what feature article 35.4 of the organic law 6/2001, of 21 December, on universities, the sixth additional provision of Royal Decree 1393 / 2007, of 30 October, which establishes the planning of official university education and the agreement of the Council of Ministers of 7 October 2011 by which establishes the official nature of certain degrees of the University Rey Juan Carlos , and once approved the positive verification of the proposal's degree in foundations of architecture from the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, this Chancellor has resolved to order the publication of the curriculum (5.1 structure of the teachings) in the fundamentals of architecture degree as an annex to the present resolution.

Móstoles, 22 September 2015.-El Rector, Fernando Suárez Bilbao.

Annex 5.1 structure the teachings table 1.1 Summary of materials and distribution credits ECTS basic commodity credits training type 66 required 198 optional 0 practical external 24 recognition of credits 6 work end of grade 6 total credits 300 training itinerary of the teaching course 1 course character credits history of art and architecture I.

OB 6 mathematics I.

FBR 6 computer systems applied to architecture.

FBC 6 history of art and of architecture II.

OB 3 architectural typologies.

OB 3 Mathematics II.

FBR 6 building materials.

FBR 6 graphic communication.

OB 9 drawing.

OB 9 architectural representation.

FBR 6 Total credits to study: 60.

2nd subject character credits social and urban history course.

FBC 6 avant-gardes and architecture.

3 OB deontology.

FBC 6 physics applied to structures and facilities.

FBR 6 introduction to urban planning.

OB 3. Organization and management of the activity of the architect.

FBR 6 systems construction I.

OB 6 basic physics.

FBR 6 communication and representation of architectural projects.

OB 6 introduction to projects.

OB 6 modern language.

FBC 6 Total credits to study: 60.

Course 3rd subject character credit Introduccioon to the design of structures.

OB 6 building systems II.

OB 6 normative urbanism.

OB 6 design I: electricity and lighting.

OB 3 Design II: communication and home automation systems.

3 OB Geotechnics.

OB 3 dimensioning of structures.

OB 6 planning and design urbaniistico.

OB 6 real estate management.

OB 3 Design III: plumbing, sanitation, gas and air conditioning.

OB 6 projects I.

OB 12 Total credits to study: 60.

Course 4th subject character credits facilities urban.

OB 6 diseases, building and intervention.

OB 3 appraisals and valuations.

OB 6 direction of work.

OB 6 environment social and urban.

OB 4.5 theory and architectural critique.

OB 4.5 Advanced calculus of structures.

OB 9 project of urban planning.

OB 9 projects II.

OB 12 Total credits to study: 60.

Course 5 academic subject character credits recognition of credits.

OB 6 analysis of the urban environment: City, networks, vehicle and pedestrian.

OB 3 ephemeral architecture: scenography and exhibition spaces.

OB 3 design and feasibility of projects.

OB 6 Project management (project management).

OB 6 rehabilitation, pathology and heritage management.

OB 6 external practices.

OB 24 end of degree work.

OB 6 Total credits to study: 60.