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Student Orientation of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Architecture and Design
Transcript of Student Orientation of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Architecture and Design
UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE
College of ARCHITECTURE
design education uses
15-18 credit hours are typically taken per semester.
for each lecture/general education course, expect 3 hours per credit (ex: 3 credit hours = 9 hours of work) each week.
studio courses require more dedicated time; 5 hours per credit or more.
STUDIOS AS A COURSE AND A PLACE:
WORKSTATION ASSIGNED TO
STUDENT FOR SEMESTER
HOMES BASE OF
OPERATIONS WITHIN THE
DESIGN COURSES ORGANIZED PER YEAR LEVEL AND DIVIDED INTO SECTIONS:
15-18 STUDENTS (LOWER
LEVELS); 12-15 STUDENTS
FACULTY MEMBER ASSIGNED
TO EACH SECTION AS
- SPECIAL EVENTS
SPECIAL DESIGN REVIEWS/
- MISC EVENTS
different from previous academic experiences
open-ended questions and responses
The curricula of our undergraduate programs are very
A critical skill to bring with you is
WHAT TO EXPECT OUTSIDE OF CLASS
Design is more than reading and studying
Anticipate hours working on the computer,
wood shop, studios, and digital fabrication
STUDIO as a course and a place:
Desks and workstations are assigned to each student. These are arranged by the studio, a class of students assigned to one or more professors.
This will become the "home base" of student activities.
DESIGN COURSES organized per year level and divided into sections:
15-18 students (in first and second year study); 12-15 students (in upper level) courses.
section topics and projects vary by professor.
EXPENSES AND COSTS
CHURCH LECTURE SERIES
Digital Print Center
Student Success Center
CNC Digital Milling
Diverse Studio Spaces: A+A
NASHVILLE CIVIC DESIGN CENTER
Sponsored Studios with Real World Projects
Real World Clients
UNIVERSITY PROFESSIONAL RESOURCES
TO HELP ADJUST TO CAMPUS LIFE,
THERE ARE SEVERAL RESOURCES AVAILABLE TO YOU:
CAREER RESOURCE CENTER
STUDENT HEALTH CENTER
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
MATH PLACEMENT: ACT/SAT SCORE DETERMINES YOUR MATH LEVEL
FOREIGN LANGUAGE: ONLINE PLACEMENT EXAM
OTHER TYPES OF COLLEGE CREDIT:
DUAL ENROLLMENT CREDIT
SUMMER COURSES AT ANOTHER INSTITUTION
UT GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
FIRST YEAR STUDIES
Thank you for choosing