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Student Orientation of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Architecture and Design

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Transcript of Student Orientation of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Architecture and Design

Welcome to the

UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE
,
Knoxville
College of ARCHITECTURE

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DESIGN

student
orientation

design education uses
:

CURRICULUM:
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.
DESIGN STUDIOS

STUDIOS AS A COURSE AND A PLACE:
INDIVIDUAL DESK/
WORKSTATION ASSIGNED TO
STUDENT FOR SEMESTER
HOMES BASE OF
OPERATIONS WITHIN THE
BUILDING

DESIGN COURSES ORGANIZED PER YEAR LEVEL AND DIVIDED INTO SECTIONS:
15-18 STUDENTS (LOWER
LEVELS); 12-15 STUDENTS
(UPPER LEVELS)
FACULTY MEMBER ASSIGNED
TO EACH SECTION AS
INSTRUCTOR
EXTRACURRICULAR
ACTIVITIES

LECTURE PROGRAM

STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS

- SPECIAL EVENTS
SPECIAL DESIGN REVIEWS/
COMPETITIONS
TAAST
INTERVIEW DAYS
HONORS CONVOCATION
HOODING CEREMONY
(GRADUATION)

- MISC EVENTS
LUNCHEONS
RECEPTIONS
ETC.
DESIGN EDUCATION
different from previous academic experiences
non-formulaic
open-ended questions and responses
VISUAL THINKING

GRAPHIC INFORMATION

MODEL PRODUCTION

MULTIPLE SOLUTIONS
ACADEMIC EXPECTATIONS
BE PREPARED
:
The curricula of our undergraduate programs are very

RIGOROUS
.
A critical skill to bring with you is
TIME MANAGEMENT
.
WHAT TO EXPECT OUTSIDE OF CLASS
:
Design is more than reading and studying
.
Anticipate hours working on the computer,
in our
wood shop, studios, and digital fabrication
studio
.
DESIGN
STUDIO
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
BOOKS
EQUIPMENT
COMPUTER PURCHASE
STUDIO FEE
TRAVEL
EXTRACURRICULARS:
CHURCH LECTURE SERIES
STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
CAREER DAY
AIA FOUNDRY
MAX_minimum
WORKSHOPS
FIELD TRIPS
TAAST
PEER MENTOR
LEARNING COMMUNITIES

Fab Lab
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Wood Shop
Digital Print Center
Subject
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Materials Library
Digital Gallery
Learning Communities
Student Success Center
Advising
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Advising Syllabus
Internship

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Job Placement
Laser Cutter
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3D Printer
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CNC Digital Milling
Diverse Studio Spaces: A+A

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DOWNTOWN

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BURLINGTON

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NASHVILLE CIVIC DESIGN CENTER
Sponsored Studios with Real World Projects
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Real World Clients
COLLEGE RESOURCES
UNIVERSITY PROFESSIONAL RESOURCES
TO HELP ADJUST TO CAMPUS LIFE,
THERE ARE SEVERAL RESOURCES AVAILABLE TO YOU:

DISABILITY SERVICES
CAREER RESOURCE CENTER
WRITING CENTER
DEPARTMENTAL TUTORING
STUDENT COUNSELING
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:
AP CREDIT
DUAL ENROLLMENT CREDIT
SUMMER COURSES AT ANOTHER INSTITUTION

UT GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

FIRST YEAR STUDIES

HONOR STATEMENT

ACADEMIC PLAN
Thank you for choosing
UT...
Questions?
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