In order to stimulate new ways of thinking about architecture, encourage a more comprehensive view of space design, and teach a “humanistic architecture” rooted in culture, the arts, and humanities, the Architecture Department offers classes in classical literature and art appreciation. It also arranges interdisciplinary seminars in the humanities and arts (including cinematography, music, literature, sociology, and art) chaired by guest lecturers who are authorities in their fields.
In recent years, the urban living environment has become more pluralistic and complex. Education in architecture design must reflect these changes by becoming more humanistic and diverse. There is a growing demand for professionals with expertise in integrating technology with the humanistic arts and implementing these elements in spatial design and architecture. Therefore, in order to build on existing educational models, reflect the new creative, spatial design, and architectural concepts of the university, answer the need for high caliber professionals well-schooled in the humanities, and establish a unique environment for the teaching humanistic architecture, the program will continue to promote forward-looking arrangements and features of education in humanistic architecture. These reflect the major changes and developments in the department.
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