branch detail

Urban design

Original title in Czech: UrbanismusFAAbbreviation: URBANAcad. year: 2017/2018Specialisation: -

Programme: Architecture and urban design

Length of Study: 4 years

Profile of the branch

The ability of the doctoral student of an independent scientific work on the selected topic, familiarity with scientific work methodology, especially the problem analysis and synthesis of the findings and its creative application in the proposed solution.

Key learning outcomes

The graduate is ready for an independent scientific and research work in the field of architecture and urban design theory, is able to solve practical problems in the field of architecture and urban design independently and at a scientific level, publishes outcomes of both practical and theoretical activities, also in any of the world languages, is able to teach at a higher-education institution.

Occupational profiles of graduates with examples

Scientific and research workplaces targeted at the issues related to architecture and urban design.
Higher education institutions providing studies in the branch of architecture and urban design,pment, etc.).
State administration (departments of all-level development, departments of urban design development, etc.), specialized organizations and public offices (e.g.historical sites preservation) etc..

Entry requirements

The master degree qualification in the branch of architecture or similar achieved at a higher-education institution in the Czech Republic or a school of architecture abroad.
Passing successfully the admission examination during which the applicant proves his/her interest and expert knowledge for a research work.

Programme supervisor

Issued topics of Doctoral Study Program

  1. Renewal and transformation of postindustrial cities in central Europe

    The main motive is a systematic approach to the current problems of urban development in a postindustrial age. The aim is to compare approaches and solutions to the problems of transformation of the former Industrial areas in the industrial as well as important university cities in the central Europe. The theme is focused on the new trends in urban strategies.

    Tutor: Havliš Karel, doc. Ing. arch.

  2. Revitalization of religious buildings and premises for secular society

    Search for the new and current concepts for the renewal and revitalization of religious buildings and premises in the new social and urban context. The theme is focused on assessing the potential of existing unused or underused religious buildings and premises for new functions while preserving their cultural architectural and urban values.

    Tutor: Havliš Karel, doc. Ing. arch.

  3. The typology of the contemporary city and the village

    Pluralism of post-modern period, globalization and purposes of sustainable development bring new requirements into our city organisation and our settlement of country-side. Do our settlements and their traditional compositional elements comply with the needs of the near future ? Is the corresponding form compact city or garden city ?

    Tutor: Kopáčik Gabriel, doc. Ing. arch., Dr.

Course structure diagram with ECTS credits

1. year of study, winter semester
D01Fundamentals of Scientific Work Ics0winterCompulsoryExyes
DA2Protection and Renovation of Monumentscs0winterCompulsory-optionalEx1yes
DU6Problems of Inner Citiescs0winterCompulsory-optionalEx1yes
DU3Architecture and Protection of Landscapecs0winterCompulsory-optionalEx1yes
DU7Sustainable Urban Developmentcs0winterCompulsory-optionalEx1yes
1. year of study, summer semester
D03Theory of architecturecs0summerCompulsoryExyes
D02Theory and Development of Urbanismcs0summerCompulsoryExyes
D011Fundamentals of Scientific Work IIcs0summerCompulsoryExyes
DA3Architectural Spacecs0summerCompulsory-optionalEx1yes
DA6Digital Imagingcs0summerCompulsory-optionalEx1yes
DU8Geographic Information Systemscs0summerCompulsory-optionalEx1yes
DA1Language of Architecturecs0summerCompulsory-optionalEx1yes
DA10Advanced Methods of Digital Modellingcs0summerCompulsory-optionalEx1yes
DU1Urban and Regional Developmentcs0summerCompulsory-optionalEx1yes
DU2Spacial Planning Development Strategy cs0summerCompulsory-optionalEx1yes
DA4Technology and Construction in Architecturecs0summerCompulsory-optionalEx1yes
2. year of study, winter semester
D04Professional and Academic Englishcs0winterCompulsoryExyes
DU8Geographic Information Systemscs0winterCompulsory-optionalExyes
DA11Landscape Architecturecs0winterCompulsory-optionalExyes
DA2Protection and Renovation of Monumentscs0winterCompulsory-optionalExyes
DU6Problems of Inner Citiescs0winterCompulsory-optionalExyes
DU3Architecture and Protection of Landscapecs0winterCompulsory-optionalExyes
2. year of study, summer semester
DA3Architectural Spacecs0summerCompulsory-optionalExyes
DA6Digital Imagingcs0summerCompulsory-optionalExyes
DU8Geographic Information Systemscs0summerCompulsory-optionalExyes
DA1Language of Architecturecs0summerCompulsory-optionalExyes
DA11Landscape Architecturecs0summerCompulsory-optionalExyes
DA10Advanced Methods of Digital Modellingcs0summerCompulsory-optionalExyes
DU1Urban and Regional Developmentcs0summerCompulsory-optionalExyes
DU2Spacial Planning Development Strategy cs0summerCompulsory-optionalExyes
DA4Technology and Construction in Architecturecs0summerCompulsory-optionalExyes
3. year of study, summer semester
D05State Doctoral Examinationcs0summerCompulsoryExyes