Structure and Contents of the Bachelor Examination Regulations of 2006
The Bachelor degree program is divided into two sections. In the first year, it provides the new students with a general overview over the main activities of future architects and urban planners and with the basics for their further studies. This intensely supervised year serves students to find out whether the chosen field of study meets their own expectations and whether they posses the required skills for this field of studies.
First year's scheduled dates
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The second section of the Bachelor degree program consists of three pillars which match thematically and as regards their contents.
Project Work (Four Modules)
In the first three projects the central subject »Architecture« is expanded and furthered by thematic aspects, which basically comply with the main activities of future architects and urban planners. The fourth project, the Final Thesis for the B.A. degree, serves as a test for the previously acquired knowledge and skills.
Cultural and Historical Basics (Two Modules)
The second pillar expands and enriches the course of studies in cultural and historical aspects. It provides the basics for the comprehensive academic and general studies, which display the traditional RWTH Aachen values.
The subjects of the third pillar provide the students with the specific basic knowledge required in planning projects and enable students to develop problem solving skills for both architecture and urban planning.
Second Year's Scheduled Dates
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Dates for the Third Year
General Notice of Bachelor Topics Summer Term 2012, Bachelor 3rd year
Presentation of Bachelor Topics Summer Term 2012 by Tutorials, Bachelor 3rd year
Admission Meeting for Bachelor Thesis Summer Term 2012, Bachelor 3rd year
Submission of Bachelor Thesis Summer Term 2012, Bachelor 3rd year
Right of Return of the Bachelor Thesis Once Only Summer Term 2012, Bachelor 3rd year
Submission of Bachelor Thesis and Seminar. Completion Summer Term 2012, Bachelor 3rd year
Walkabouts / Colloquiums Bachelor Thesis Summer Term 2012, Bachelor 3rd year