SLO1. In the Area of Design:
An extensive and comprehensive professional and technical skills (and knowledge) needed to qualify as design thinker and competent professional practicing architect across different scales, scopes and tasks (problem solving, form making, planning, etc.). The adopted approach is both experimental and interdisciplinary in nature, whereby the stress is not solely on end-product but rather on processes and methods as well.
SLO2. In the Area of History, Theory and Criticism:
An extensive and comprehensive knowledge and information (analytical and critical, basic and advanced) that would represent the theoretical grounding and foundation for the solid understanding and production of architecture (provided that the above knowledge is properly positioned and framed within broader historical geopolitical and cultural context).
SLO3. In the Area of Representation:
The ability and skills needed to visually and verbally communicate complex design thinking and concepts, in the most technically correct, artistically sensible and conceptually relevant manner through the use of diverse traditional manual and advanced digital media and tools.
SLO4. In the Technical Area:
The basic and necessary knowledge and skills relevant to structural, constructional and environmental design, with a special focus on sensible practices relating to sustainability, public’s safety and welfare.
SLO5. In the Professional Practice and Management Area:
The capacity for leadership and collaborative teamwork skills among other skills needed to be good service provider who is well-prepared for productive career in the architectural profession with full awareness of all relevant professional standards, legal guidelines and ethical practices intended to better serve the field, the client, and the community at large.