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                                        Contents                                                                                          *S. Rab, PhD—history and theory

Administration                          General Information ................................................................ 73

                                        Description .............................................................................. 73     Affiliate Faculty
Architecture 201
                                        Curriculum Uniqueness ............................................................ 73             J. A. Dator, PhD—political science
2410 Campus Road
                                        Pre-Professional Baccalaureate Degree Option ........................ 74                          K. E. Kim, PhD—planning
Honolulu, HI 96822
                                        Faculty Resources ..................................................................... 74        R. Y. Kwok, PhD—planning
Tel: (808) 956-7225
                                        Program Admission Options ..................................................... 74                D. McClain, PhD—international
Fax: (808) 956-7778
                                        Admission Requirements .......................................................... 74              business

                                        Advising ................................................................................... 74   L. Minerbi, MCD—planning
Dean: W. H. Raymond Yeh
                                        Program Requirements ............................................................ 75              J.P. Suyderhoud, PhD—business
Associate Dean: Gordon D. C.
                                        Student Organizations ............................................................. 75            J.R. Wills, PhD—business
                                        Honors and Awards ................................................................. 76


*W. H. R. Yeh, MArch (Dean)—architectural and urban design
                                                                                               Adjunct Faculty
*G. D. C. Tyau, MSArch (Associate Dean, Undergraduate Chair,
                                                                                               K. F. Brown, BA—professional practice
   and Graduate Chair)—design, structural technology, profes-
                                                                                               W. W. E. Chong, BArch—professional practice
   sional practice
                                                                                               D. Chun, MArch—professional practice
*A. Anderson, MArch—design, history/theory, urban studies
                                                                                               J. P. Cramer, BS—professional practice
*M. Anderson, MArch—design, construction innovation
                                                                                               W. Deguchi, BArch—professional practice
*B. J. Baker, DipArch—design, construction management
                                                                                               J. G. Farrell, BArch—professional practice
*E. E. Botsai, AB—design, building pathology, construction
                                                                                               D. Goo, BArch—professional practice
   materials and technology, architectural seismicity
                                                                                               R. Green, BArch—professional practice
*F. L. Creager, BS—design, construction materials and technology
                                                                                               F. S. Haines, MArch—professional practice
*A. B. Etherington, PhD—housing and community development
                                                                                               N. R. Hale, BArch—professional practice
   in developing countries
                                                                                               D.M. Irie, BArch—professional practice
*S. A. Leineweber, BArch, MA—design, history of architecture,
                                                                                               D. Kauahikaua, MArch—professional practice
   historic preservation
                                                                                               R. Knowles, MArch—architecture research
*L. K. F. Liu, MFA—design, graphics, vernacular architecture
                                                                                               K. Kurokawa, PhD—professional practice
*P. Miao, PhD—architectural/urban design, theory, Chinese
                                                                                               L.T. May, BLA—professional practice
                                                                                               K. Mitchell, BArch—professional practice
*J. M. Noe, MdesD—design, history of architecture, professional
                                                                                               F. S. Oda, BArch—professional practice
                                                                                               M. T. Okada, BArch—professional practice
*V. W. Olgyay, MArch—design, acoustics, environmental systems
                                                                                               T. Okamoto, MArch—professional practice

                                                                                               J. M. Okita, MArch—professional practice

                                                                                               P. Onishi, BArch—professional practice

* Graduate Faculty
                                                                                                                School of Architecture

K. Park, MArch—professional practice                                new Architecture Doctorate (ArchD) with the National

C. S. Sakata, BArch—professional practice                           Architectural Accrediting Board.    This new degree program,

H. T. Shen, BS—professional practice                                the first of its type in the United States, will be the only

J.T. Sidener, PhD—professional practice                             offered program beginning in the Fall 2000 Semester.       In

W.C. Steward, MS—professional practice                              the meantime, until this new degree is accredited, graduates

B.T. Takahashi, MArch—professional practice                         of the ArchD program will also receive an accredited BArch.

B. E. Uyehara, MArch—professional practice                          degree at the same time.

C. Wallace, BArch—professional practice
E. Watanabe, BArch—professional practice
J.R. White, MArch—professional practice
                                                                       The Architecture Doctorate (ArchD) is a 212-credit
K. K. M. Yeang, PhD—professional practice
                                                                    program which can be completed in six to seven years.         The
D. E. Yuen, MArch—professional practice
                                                                    curriculum carefully integrates off-campus professional

                                                                    practice training and overseas cross-cultural experience
General Information                                                 within the comprehensive academic program.

                                                                       The ArchD program consists of two segments.        The first

Introduction                                                        three-year segment is Pre-Professional Studies, and the

   The study of architecture develops intellectual, profes-         second four-year segment is Professional Studies.     The Pre-

sional and creative skills, and knowledge in the design of          Professional segment addresses the University liberal arts

form and space together with the integration of construction        core requirements along with the study of architectural

technology. Architectural studies offer students the opportu-       design principles and applications.   The Professional

nity to generate physical solutions to difficult and complex        segment continues the study of architectural design prin-

problems, often with competing economic, social, and                ciples and applications including a number of elective

political, as well as physical, parameters.   The profession of     courses. It provides the students opportunities for overseas

architecture attracts those who have a wide range of interests      studies and involves them in the professional practice of

and skills and wish to make a unique contribution to society.       architecture which incorporates real-time experience in

   To accommodate a broad range of student backgrounds,             architectural firms. Culmination of the individual student’s         73
the School offers an   Architecture Doctorate (ArchD) as a          experience will be in the form of a doctoral project in the

first professional degree.   This program fulfills the academic     final year of the program.   With careful planning and full

requirements for licensure in the profession of architecture        utilization of the summers and/or prior university education,

and is the only such degree program in the state of Hawai‘i.        the seven-year program may be completed in       less time.

Mission and Goals
                                                                    Curriculum Uniqueness
   The primary mission of the School of Architecture at the
                                                                       This curriculum is unique in the following ways:
University of Hawai‘i at Mânoa, is to offer the highest

quality architectural education to prepare students to be
                                                                    Practice Integration
ethical and humane professionals, with a desire for life-long
                                                                       The practice of architecture is a programmatic require-
learning, a commitment to excellence, and the aspiration to
                                                                    ment in this integrated curriculum. Every student will have
be contributing members of society.
                                                                    one to two years of architecture office experience which may
   The academic program of the School of Architecture
                                                                    be applied toward the training requirements necessary for
offers opportunities to focus on meeting the special needs of
                                                                    the licensure in the United States. The practicum curricu-
Hawai‘i, Asia and the Pacific Region.       The School strives to
                                                                    lum incorporates substantial professional practice elements
be the center for the study of Asia-Pacific architecture,
                                                                    with the required courses and experience in professional
committed to the aggressive pursuit and establishment of the
                                                                    firms.   Students are placed in architectural firms in Hono-
knowledge base for this regional architecture, and to
                                                                    lulu and abroad,   with principals serving as adjunct profes-
effectively disseminate the accumulated knowledge to the
                                                                    sors who are responsible for student’s learning as part of this
students, the professional community, and the public at
                                                                    practice integration program.
large.   The School has the distinction of producing graduates

who are competent practitioners, especially equipped to meet
                                                                    International Practice Opportunities
the architectural challenges of Hawai‘i, Asia and the Pacific
                                                                       The program offers opportunities for international studies
                                                                    and practice through exchange programs and professional

                                                                    experience where students can study and/or practice abroad
Existing Programs
                                                                    as part of the program.    Through the School’s overseas
   The School of Architecture currently has both a five-year
                                                                    studies program and exchange agreements with a number of
accredited Bachelor of Architecture and Master of Architec-
                                                                    leading   international architectural firms and universities in
ture program.    These two programs will continue for all

existing majors until they have completed their respective

programs.    The School has applied for accreditation of the
     School of Architecture

     the Asia/Pacific region, all the students are expected to         of an   ArchD Project.

     participate in an international study program prior to

                                                                       Admission Requirements

                                                                          The School accepts students as transfers from other
     Design Studios
                                                                       divisions of the University or other colleges, including those
        ArchD graduates will have ten design studios (including a
                                                                       who have a previous degree in another discipline, and
     comprehensive design project), plus an ArchD Project.        A
                                                                       licensed professionals.    However, because there are far more
     student can select from a number of advanced design studios
                                                                       applicants than can be accommodated, admission require-
     that deal with the critical current issues of our civilization.
                                                                       ments and screening procedures are more restrictive than
     This provides students opportunities and time to develop
                                                                       those for other divisions at the University of Hawai‘i at
     and synthesize a broad range of professional knowledge to
     apply to their future architectural practice.
                                                                          High school students planning architecture as a career are

                                                                       advised to take four years of English and mathematics
     Elective Courses
                                                                       (including algebra, geometry, analytical geometry, and
        Students have the opportunity to take a number of
                                                                       trigonometry); plus art, chemistry, physics, freehand and
     elective courses or professionally related topics from busi-
                                                                       mechanical drawing, public speaking, information and
     ness, planning, computers, design technology, Asia/Pacific
                                                                       computer science, history, geography, and at least two years
     studies, and other relevant contemporary issues.     These
                                                                       of a foreign language.
     courses are taught by the diverse faculty of the School, which
                                                                          Acceptance to the School is based on various criteria,
     include adjunct and affiliate faculty members from other
                                                                       including previous academic performance, grade point
     areas of the University who make a special effort to address
                                                                       average, types of courses previously taken, and related
     the needs of our students.   These provide a broad knowledge
                                                                       professional experience of the students.
     base for the students as they address the future challenges of

     the profession.
                                                                       Application Procedures

                                                                          New students, including those currently enrolled in other
     Pre-Professional Baccalaureate Degree                             divisions of the Mânoa Campus, transfers from UH commu-
     Option                                                            nity colleges and other universities, other degree holders and

                                                                       licensed architects, must submit a completed School of
        The program provides opportunity for students to have a
                                                                       Architecture application, with all required enclosures, and a
     double major.     At the end of the fourth year, a student can
                                                                       completed University of Hawai‘i System Application Form
     graduate with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Liberal Studies
                                                                       to the School of Architecture no later than the published
     from the Colleges of Arts and Sciences.    Those who continue
     and successfully complete the 212-credit program are
                                                                          Write, phone or e-mail for the School of Architecture
     awarded the Architecture Doctorate (ArchD) as the first
                                                                       Admission Form and University of Hawai‘i System Applica-
     professional degree.
                                                                       tion for Admission Form from the Student Services Office at

                                                                       the School of Architecture.

     Faculty Resources

        The School has a diverse and outstanding faculty with          Application Deadlines

     substantial professional practice experience.   This faculty is      Completed applications received by March 1 will be

     supplemented by adjunct and affiliate faculty who are             evaluated for the following Fall Semester.    Completed

     distinguished faculty members in related disciplines at the       applications received by September 1 will be evaluated, on a

     University and internationally known professionals and            space-available and advanced-standing basis, for the follow-

     specialists around the world.   The off-campus faculty are        ing Spring Semester.      Incomplete and/or late applications

     linked to the School through electronic communication             may not be evaluated.

     technologies.                                                        Prospective applicants are encouraged to inquire at the

                                                                       Student Services office for information on specific admission

                                                                       and degree requirements.
     Program Admission Options

        The ArchD program offers interested students and
     professional practitioners   a range of entrance opportunities.

     Students with or without an architectural background,                Academic advising may be arranged for prospective

     including those with prior degrees, may enter into the            students by contacting the school office.

     program at a level appropriate to their backgrounds.

     Licensed architects may also enter at an advanced level

     consistent with their backgrounds to earn this new degree.

     All candidates for the ArchD degree must spend a minimum

     of one year in the program, which includes the completion
                                                                                                              School of Architecture

New Students                                                       s   ARCH 701,702

    Students who have been accepted into the School of
                                                                   Major electives:
Architecture must meet with the Associate Dean prior to

registration. New students are expected to attend the School           21 credit hours of approved electives offered by the

orientation usually scheduled in early August.                     School of Architecture.

Continuing Students                                                Special Requirements

    All architecture majors who have yet to complete Arch              All students are expected to have their own personal

102 must meet with a faculty advisor each semester prior to        computer for studio and class work.

registering for classes for the following semester.
                                                                   Comprehensive Portfolio Review Requirements

Graduating Students                                                    Each student must submit a Comprehensive Portfolio to

    Graduating students are required to apply for graduation.      the faculty for evaluation and approval before continuing to

Forms are available from the school office.                        the Professional Architecture segment. Eligibility require-

                                                                   ments for the Comprehensive Portfolio submittal include

                                                                   good academic standing and successful completion of the
Program Requirements
                                                                   Pre-Professional Architecture program.

                                                                       The student may advance to the Professional Architecture

General Education Core Requirements                                segment once the portfolio has been approved.     If the

    The School of Architecture requires certain core courses       portfolio is determined to be marginal, the faculty will

as part of the degree requirements for the ArchD      These core   require additional coursework.

requirements have been incorporated into the published

degree requirements.                                               Other Requirements
    Students    who transfer into the architecture program may         Waiver or substitution of any required course must be

be required to take additional core courses in order to satisfy    approved by the Dean or Associate Dean.     English as a

the architecture program’s major requirements.                     Second Language (ESL) course work does not satisfy or

                                                                   substitute for the English requirements previously noted.           75
School Requirements                                                    The School has adopted academic standards that are more

s   212 credit hours of course work                                restrictive than the general University standards.   Architec-

s   University of Hawai‘i at Mânoa General Education Core          ture students with a cumulative grade point average (GPA)

s   Architecture major requirements noted below                    of less than 2.50 in architecture courses will be placed on

s   Cumulative GPA of 2.5 in architecture course work              probation.   If the architecture GPA is not raised to 2.50

                                                                   upon completion of the probationary semester, or if special

Major Requirements                                                 conditions that may have been established by the Dean or

                                                                   Associate Dean at the start of that semester are not met,
General Education Core courses:
                                                                   students may be suspended or dismissed from the architec-
s   ENG 100
                                                                   ture program.   Students who fail to achieve a minimum
s   MATH 140
                                                                   acceptable grade after repeating any required course can be
s   HIST 151 and 152
                                                                   dismissed from the architecture program. The School of
s   ARCH 100, 235, 235L, 271 and 272
                                                                   Architecture strictly enforces the UH Manoa’s    withdrawal
s   ART 113
s   SP 251

s   PHYS 151, 152, 151L or 152L
                                                                   Transfer Credits
s   One approved biological science course
                                                                       The academic records of successful applicants to the
s   One approved social science course, SOC 301
                                                                   School of Architecture will be reviewed and transfer credits
s   Second level study of foreign language or Hawaiian
                                                                   granted as appropriate.   Architecture course requirements
                                                                   will be waived only for transfer credits that are deemed
s   One approved upper-division elective.
                                                                   equivalent to courses offered by the University. Students
s   One course from the series, ENG 250-257.
                                                                   may, on occasion, be granted exemption from taking certain
s   Five writing-intensive (WI) courses
                                                                   Mânoa campus courses based upon previous experiences or

                                                                   studies, but this exemption may not always result in the
Architecture major courses:
                                                                   granting of transfer credits.
s   ARCH 101, 102
                                                                       Prior to acceptance into the School, the School of
s   ARCH 200, 201, 202, 211, 212, 213, 214
                                                                   Architecture does not formally review in detail applicant’s
s   ARCH 301, 302, 311, 313, 331, 334, 371
                                                                   academic record, with regard to granting exemptions or
s   ARCH 401, 402, 403, 404, 431, 431L, 433, 434
                                                                   transfer credits.
s   ARCH 501, 502

s   ARCH 690
     School of Architecture

     Additional Information

        Specific questions about the Architecture Doctorate

     Degree program may be directed to the Associate Dean of

     the School of Architecture.

        For information on student loans and scholarships,
     contact the University of Hawai‘i at Mânoa Financial Aid
     Services Office.

     Student Organizations

        Students are encouraged to participate in the University

     of Hawai‘i Chapter of the American Institute of Architecture

     Students (AIAS).      The organization serves as the school’s

     student government and engages in a number of worthwhile

     activities.   At the national level, the AIAS is one of five

     organizations participating in the accreditation of architec-

     tural programs.

     Honors and Awards

     Alpha Rho Chi Medal, National Professional Architectural

        Fraternity Award

     Henry Adams Medal, American Institute of Architects


     Henry Adams Certificate, American Institute of Architects

76      Award

     Allen R. Johnson-Roy C. Kelley Architectural Research

        Travel Scholarship

     David Stringer Fellowship

     School of Architecture Architectural Research Travel


     School of Architecture Intern/Travel Scholarship (multiple)

     School of Architecture Architectural Travel Scholarships


     School of Architecture International Student Exchange

        Program (multiple)

     Building Industry Association of Hawai‘i Architectural

        Travel Scholarship

     Building Industry Association of Hawai‘i Women’s Council

        Travel Scholarship

     Construction Specifications Institute Architectural Travel


     HonBlue Architectural Research Travel Scholarship

     American Institute of Architects Honolulu Chapter/School

        of Architecture Alumni Association Design Awards for

        Outstanding Achievement in 100, 200, 300, and 400

        level design studios

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