Bachelor of Architectural Studies
B.A.S. Conservation and Sustainability, B.A.S. Urbanism
These programs follow the academic performance evaluation regulations governing Honours programs as described within sections 3.2.1 to 3.2.6 of the Academic Regulations of the University.
The B.A.S. Design follows the academic performance evaluation regulations for Engineering and Design programs as described in section 3.2 of the Academic Regulations of the University.
The following additions and amendments apply to all B.A.S. programs:
- Students are assessed at each Academic Performance Evaluation using the Core minimum as described below.
- Good Standing requires a minimum grade of C- in each B.A.S. Core course.
- The B.A.S. Core Courses consist of the following:
ARCS 2105 [1.5]
ARCS 2106 [1.5]
ARCS 3105 [1.5]
ARCS 3107 [1.0]
ARCS 4105 [1.5]
ARCS 4107 [1.0]
ARCS 2303 [1.0]
|Urbanism Studio 1: Fundamentals of Urbanism|
ARCS 3303 [1.0]
|Urbanism Studio 2: Urbanism in the Core|
ARCS 3304 [1.0]
|Urbanism Studio 3: Urbanism on the Periphery|
ARCS 4105 [1.5]
ARCS 4304 [1.0]
|Urbanism Studio 5: Global Perspectives|
|B.A.S. Conservation and Sustainability|
ARCS 2302 [1.0]
|Conservation Studio 1|
ARCS 3301 [1.0]
|Conservation Studio 2|
ARCS 3302 [1.0]
|Conservation Studio 3|
ARCS 4301 [1.5]
|Conservation Studio 4|
ARCC 3502 [0.5]
|Introduction to Architectural Conservation|
- B.A.S. students continue either in Good Standing or on Academic Warning.
- Students whose academic performance evaluation results in Suspension must leave the B.A.S. degree. Application for readmission to all B.A.S. programs may be made after one year.