Athabasca University and Architecture Canada | Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) proudly present Canada's first online Architectural programs! Athabasca University respectfully acknowledges that we are on and work on the traditional lands of the Indigenous Peoples (Inuit, First Nations, M├ętis) of Canada. Note: Students are responsible for obtaining the following two documents: Athabasca University reserves the right to amend course outlines occasionally and without notice. Describe the general purpose and content of the Architects Act and its regulations of the jurisdiction in which you work. The minimum pass mark for the final exam is 50%. It is now 03:06 pm (MST). The Canadian Handbook of Practice for Architects (CHOP), Volumes 1 & 2, 2nd edition. Note: You will be responsible for obtaining the following two documents yourself: The Building Code from the jurisdiction in which you work. Courses offered by other delivery methods may vary from their individualized-study counterparts. The student will become familiar with the various stakeholders involved in the design and construction of buildings (such as builders, authorities having jurisdiction, consultants, owners and clients) and their relationship to the architect. ARCH 645 is not available for challenge. In order to pass ARCH 645, you must complete all five assignments. This page shows a selection of the available Bachelors programmes in Canada. Do you provide advice on course and program planning? The BSc. Each assignment and examination is worth 20% of your grade in the course. (eText). The course includes the current context in which architects practice and the laws and regulations that govern that practice in Canada, and it also looks to the future and the position of the architect in society and around the globe. Athabasca University reserves the right to amend course outlines occasionally and without notice. Prerequisite: Enrollment in the Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Architecture program, or referral from the Canadian Architectural Certification Board (CACB) for individuals with a professional degree in architecture from a university outside Canada. Internship in Architecture Manual, 2nd Ed., 2001 (obtainable from provincial or territorial associations). It should be noted that students who wish to be certified by the CACB must achieve and maintain a final grade point average of 2.3 or greater. The student will become familiar with the various stakeholders involved in the design and construction of buildings (such as builders, Authorities Having Jurisdiction, consultants, owners, and clients) and their relationship to the architect. (Ed.). It will cover material from the study questions, readings, and activities in each unit of the Study Guide. Apply Codes of Ethics in everyday practice. Credit may be transferred for previous work considered equivalent. ARCH 645 - Achitectural Practice in Canada (3) ARCH 525 - Architectural Design: Lighting (3) ADST 675 - Urban and Enviromental Design or RAIC 675 - Design in the Urban Environment (3) ARCH 655 - Architectural Practice Management (3) ARCH 526 - Architectural Design: Acoustics (3) ADST 690 - Diploma Project OR RAIC 690- Syllabus Design Project (6) The course includes the current context in which architects practice and the laws and regulations that govern that practice in Canada, and it also looks to the future and the position of the architect in society and around the globe. ARCH 645 is intended for students in the Post-Baccalaureate Diploma program in Architecture or for those international architecture graduates referred by the Canadian Architectural Certification Board.