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					Master of Arts in Architecture

Objectives

The program is aimed at providing excellent academic education focused primarily on the profession and
discipline of architecture. Master courses are indicated with 0 in the course schedule.

Students admitted to the postgraduate programs will be awarded the Bachelor degree of Architecture provided
they pass the undergraduate courses.

Course Structure

The program consists of the following 175 credits:

Common Courses ............................................................................................................................ 20

Basic Courses .................................................................................................................................. 34

Core Courses ................................................................................................................................... 89

Specialized Courses......................................................................................................................... 26

Final Project and Thesis .................................................................................................................. 6

Students are required to complete the courses with an asterisk subject to departmental approval.

Basic Courses

Students are required to complete the following courses totaling 34 credits:

Configuration I ................................................................................................................................ 6

Configuration II ............................................................................................................................... 6

Configuration III.............................................................................................................................. 6

Man, Nature, and Architecture ........................................................................................................ 4

Geometry I....................................................................................................................................... 2

Geometry II* ................................................................................................................................... 2

Perception of Historical Monuments............................................................................................... 3

Mathematics and Statistics .............................................................................................................. 3

Specialized English* ....................................................................................................................... 2

Core Courses

Students are required to complete the following courses totaling 89 credits subject to departmental approval:

Architectural Design I ..................................................................................................................... 5

Architectural Design II .................................................................................................................... 5
Architectural Design III................................................................................................................... 5

Architectural Design IV .................................................................................................................. 5

Architectural Design V.................................................................................................................... 5

Rural Areas I ................................................................................................................................... 3

Rural Areas II .................................................................................................................................. 3

Theoretical Fundamentals of Architecture ...................................................................................... 3

Research Methods ........................................................................................................................... 2

Islamic Architecture I ...................................................................................................................... 4

Islamic Architecture II..................................................................................................................... 2

World Architecture I........................................................................................................................ 2

World Architecture II ...................................................................................................................... 2

Contemporary Architecture ............................................................................................................. 2

Introduction to Construction Materials............................................................................................ 3

Mapping........................................................................................................................................... 2

Environmental Control I (Light and Acoustics)2

Environmental Control II (Water and Temperature) ....................................................................... 2

Environmental Control III * ............................................................................................................ 4

Environmental Control IV............................................................................................................... 2

Statistics I ........................................................................................................................................ 2

Statistics II ....................................................................................................................................... 2

Statistics III...................................................................................................................................... 2

Statistics IV ..................................................................................................................................... 2

Estimation........................................................................................................................................ 2

Workshop Organization and Management ...................................................................................... 2

Elements I........................................................................................................................................ 2

Elements II ...................................................................................................................................... 3

Technical Drawing .......................................................................................................................... 6

Foundations of Community Planning.............................................................................................. 2
Foundations of Community Design................................................................................................. 3

Specialized Courses

Students are required to take and complete the following courses totaling 26 credits

Architectural Design VI* ................................................................................................................ 5

Architectural Design VII ................................................................................................................. 5

Philosophy of Islamic Art................................................................................................................ 2

Theoretical Principles of Monuments Restoration .......................................................................... 2

Renovation Planning and Monuments*........................................................................................... 3

Design and Industrial Production .................................................................................................... 4

Community Design.......................................................................................................................... 5

Ph.D. in Architecture

Course Structure

The program consists of the following 44 credits:

Core Courses ................................................................................................................................... 15

Specialized Courses......................................................................................................................... 9

Thesis............................................................................................................................................... 20

Prerequisites

Students holding a master degree in an area of study not relevant to the program are required to take the
following prerequisites with departmental approval.

Computer-Applied Architecture ...................................................................................................... 3

Advanced Research Methods in Architecture ................................................................................. 3

General History of Islamic Art and Architecture ............................................................................ 2

Contemporary General History ....................................................................................................... 2

General History of the World Architecture ..................................................................................... 2

Core Courses

Students are required to complete 5 courses totaling 15 credits from the following list.

Comparative Studies in Architecture............................................................................................... 3

Teaching and Design Methods in Architecture ............................................................................... 3
Contemporary Architecture: Theories and Schools of Thought...................................................... 3

Architecture and Nature .................................................................................................................. 3

Islamic Architecture : Philosophy and Approaches3

Special Topics in Architecture ........................................................................................................ 3

Common Language of Architecture and Fine Art ........................................................................... 3

Analytical History of Structural Technology .................................................................................. 3

Experimental Methods in Design Process and Spatial Criticism .................................................... 3

Religions and Architecture .............................................................................................................. 3

Climate and Architecture................................................................................................................. 3

Specialized Courses

Students are required to complete 3 courses totaling 9 credits from one of the following groups of courses
depending on their area of specialization subject to departmental approval.

Climate

Architecture and Energy-Saving ..................................................................................................... 3

Natural Ecosystems and Artificial Environment ............................................................................. 3

Architecture and New Energies....................................................................................................... 3

Special Topics in Climate-Applied Architecture............................................................................. 3

Structures and Structural Sciences

Complied Technology ..................................................................................................................... 3

Traditional Structures ...................................................................................................................... 3

Modern Structures in Architecture .................................................................................................. 3

Theoretical Topics in Pre-Construction........................................................................................... 3

Structural Damage Assessment ....................................................................................................... 3

Theoretical Topics in Restoration.................................................................................................... 3

Human Sciences and Architecture

Sociological Areas of Architecture.................................................................................................. 3

Topics in Psychology of Environment ............................................................................................ 3

Topics in Law and Architecture ...................................................................................................... 3
Economy of Architecture ................................................................................................................ 3

Historical and Theoretical Topics in Architecture

Iran's Contemporary Architecture ................................................................................................... 3

Literature of Architecture ................................................................................................................ 3

Tradition and Modernism in Architecture ....................................................................................... 3

Iran's Pre-Islamic Architecture ........................................................................................................ 3

Iran's Islamic Architectural Eras ..................................................................................................... 3

Indian and South-East Asian Architecture ...................................................................................... 3

Common Language of Architecture in Historical Eras ................................................................... 3

Urban Ethiopia and Architecture..................................................................................................... 3

Theoretical Topics in Education of Architecture

Architectural Planning..................................................................................................................... 3

Methods and Schools of Architectural Training.............................................................................. 3

Architectural Standards and Design ................................................................................................ 3

Master of Arts in Art Research

Objectives

The program is designed to promote artistic creativity and growth through engaging students in practical work
and research. Students acquire comprehensive knowledge in history of art, Islamic art and culture, critical
analysis of schools of thought, design and music. Graduates may seek employment in various artistic fields and teach
in art Branches and centers or carry out research projects.

Course Structure

The program consists of the following 32 credits:

Core Courses ................................................................................................................................... 13

Electives .......................................................................................................................................... 9

Thesis............................................................................................................................................... 10

Prerequisites

Students are required to complete the following courses totaling 9 credits.

Introduction to Persian Culture and Literature ................................................................................ 3

Specialized English Language I ...................................................................................................... 3
Specialized English Language II ..................................................................................................... 3

Moreover, students holding a degree in an area of study not relevant to the program are required to complete the
following courses:

Introduction to History of Art I ....................................................................................................... 2

Introduction to History of Art II ...................................................................................................... 2

Islamic Art and Civilization I .......................................................................................................... 2

Islamic Art and Civilization II......................................................................................................... 2

Analysis and Criticism of Visual Arts............................................................................................. 2

Fundamentals of Visual Arts I......................................................................................................... 3

Fundamentals of Visual Arts II* ..................................................................................................... 2

Fundamentals of Performing Arts I* ............................................................................................... 2

Theoretical Fundamentals of Music II*........................................................................................... 2

Design I ** ...................................................................................................................................... 3

Man, Nature and Design**.............................................................................................................. 2

*Students are required to select one amongst the courses with one asterisk.

**Students are required to select one amongst the courses with two asterisks.

Core Courses

Students are required to complete the following courses totaling 13 credits.

Research Methods Workshop.......................................................................................................... 3

Philosophy of Islamic Art................................................................................................................ 2

Comparative Art Studies I ............................................................................................................... 3

Comparative Art Studies II.............................................................................................................. 3

Introduction to Scholars Thoughts in Art ........................................................................................ 2

Electives

Students are required to complete the following courses totaling 9 credits. The educational department may offer
some specialized courses of Ph.D. program.

Introduction to Oriental Art and Civilization .................................................................................. 3

Analysis of Artistic Schools of Thought ......................................................................................... 3

Sociology of Art .............................................................................................................................. 3
Master of Arts in Restoration and

Conservation of Fine Art

Objectives

The program aims to educate and improve the level of knowledge and skills of students who would be capable of
carrying out research and practical projects.

Course Structure

The program consists of the following 37 credits:

Core Courses ................................................................................................................................... 23

Electives .......................................................................................................................................... 6

Project and Thesis............................................................................................................................ 8

Prerequisites

Students holding a bachelor degree in an area of study not relevant to the program are required to complete the
courses offered in one of the following groups of depending on their bachelor degree.

Restoration of Cultural Heritage

Physics, Conservation and Maintenance of

Works of Art.................................................................................................................................... 2

Iranian Art and Civilization during

The Islamic Era................................................................................................................................ 2

Iranian Pre-Islamic Art and Civilization ......................................................................................... 2

Handicrafts, Industrial Design, Painting, Textiles and Fashion Design

Organic Chemistry........................................................................................................................... 2

Inorganic Chemistry ........................................................................................................................ 2

Physics, Maintenance and Conservation of Fine Art....................................................................... 2

Damage Assessment of Works of Art ............................................................................................. 3

History and Techniques of Fine Art I.............................................................................................. 3

Restoration Workshop ..................................................................................................................... 3

Restoration and Conservation Lab .................................................................................................. 3
Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Materials Engineering and Textile Engineering

Physics, Conservation and Maintenance of

Works of Art.................................................................................................................................... 3

Damage Assessment of Cultural Heritage....................................................................................... 3

History and Techniques of Cultural Heritage.................................................................................. 2

Conservation and Restoration Workshop ........................................................................................ 3

Restoration and Conservation Lab .................................................................................................. 3

Iran's Pre-Islamic Art and Civilization ............................................................................................ 2

Iran's Islamic Art and Civilization................................................................................................... 2

Core Courses

Students are required to complete the following core courses totaling 23 credits:

Works of Art and Environment ....................................................................................................... 2

Research Project .............................................................................................................................. 2

History and Techniques of Works of Art II..................................................................................... 2

Corrosion Process............................................................................................................................ 2

Restoration Project I ........................................................................................................................ 4

Restoration Project II....................................................................................................................... 5

Seminar............................................................................................................................................ 2

Materials Lab................................................................................................................................... 3

Electives

Students are required to select and complete 3 courses totaling 6 credits from the following list with
departmental approval.

Polymers and Re-enforcers2

Metallographic2

Fabrics ............................................................................................................................................. 2

Introduction to Iranian Traditional Arts .......................................................................................... 2

Works of Art Design and Islamic .................................................................................................... 2
Civilization ...................................................................................................................................... 2

Introduction to Art and Civilization of Neighbor Cultures ............................................................. 2

Iran's Islamic Art and Civilization................................................................................................... 2

Iran's Pre-Islamic Art and Civilization ............................................................................................ 2



Master of Arts in Restoration and Renovation of Historical Monuments (Cultural Heritage)

Objectives

The program is aimed at offering a series of specialized courses on restoration of historical monuments
especially Iranian monuments with particular attention to Islamic architecture and art. It prepares skilled and
capable students who can carry out projects on the renovation and maintenance of historical monuments.

Course Structure

The program consists of the following 36 credits:

Core and Specialized Courses ......................................................................................................... 28

Electives .......................................................................................................................................... 4

Thesis............................................................................................................................................... 4

Prerequisites

Students holding a bachelor degree in an area of study not relevant to the program are required to complete some
of the following courses in consultation with the department:

Introduction to Topography............................................................................................................. 2

Design.............................................................................................................................................. 2

Introduction to Computers............................................................................................................... 2

Specialized English Language......................................................................................................... 2

Introduction to Laboratory Techniques of Restoration ................................................................... 2

Introduction to Archaeology............................................................................................................ 2

History of Islamic Art and Architecture .......................................................................................... 2

Structural Elements ......................................................................................................................... 2

Statistics........................................................................................................................................... 2

Technical Drawing .......................................................................................................................... 2

Core Courses
Students are required to complete the following courses totaling 28 credits:

History and Theoretical Principles of.............................................................................................. 2

Restoration....................................................................................................................................... 2

Rules and Organization of Restoration............................................................................................ 2

Research Methods ........................................................................................................................... 2

Photogrametry ................................................................................................................................. 2

Study of Monuments ....................................................................................................................... 1

Study of Historical Monuments....................................................................................................... 2

Damage Assessment........................................................................................................................ 2

Restoration Techniques ................................................................................................................... 2

Restoration Workshop Internship I.................................................................................................. 2

Restoration Workshop Internship II ................................................................................................ 2

Architectural Renovation Planning ................................................................................................. 3

Restoration Planning ....................................................................................................................... 3

Urban Restoration Planning ............................................................................................................ 3

Electives

Students are required to complete 2 courses totaling 4 credits from the following courses or take other courses
specified by the department.

Philosophy of Islamic Art................................................................................................................ 2

Iranian Art and Civilization during the Islamic Era ........................................................................ 2

The Art and Civilization of Pre-Islamic Iran................................................................................... 2

Master of Arts in Drama

Objectives

The program is aimed at introducing the theory and practice of the drama arts, genres of drama and literature. It
promotes the level of scientific knowledge, artistic insight and writing capability. The program tries to develop
literary and artistic creativities of students. Graduates may seek employment in professional, educational
activities, drama stages and movie industries.

Course Structure

The program consists of the following 38 credits:

Core and Specialized Courses ......................................................................................................... 28
Electives .......................................................................................................................................... 4

Thesis............................................................................................................................................... 6

				
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