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MS PROGRAM IN ARCHITECTURAL RESTORATION
(THESIS)

       

Fall Semester Core Courses

 
  RES 500 Thesis (0-1) NC
  RES 501 Design in Architectural Restoration I (for architects) (4-8)8
  RES 503

Conservation of Historical Building Materials I (for chemists)      

(4-8)8
  RES 505 Design in Structural Conservation I  (for civil engineers) (4-8)8
  RES 509 Conservation Planning I (for city and regional planners) 4-8)8
  RES 521 Theory and History of Architectural Restoration (3-0)3
  RES 551 Deterioration and Conservation of Historical Building Materials (3-0)3
    Elective Course  
  RES 597 Research Seminar (0-2) NC
  RES 8XX Special Studies (4-0) NC
  RES 9XX Special Topics (4-0) NC
       

Spring Semester Core Courses

 
  RES 500 Thesis  (0-1) NC
  RES 502 Design in Architectural Restoration II (for architects) (4-8)8
  RES 504 Conservation of Historical Building Materials II (for chemists) (4-8)8
  RES 506 Design in Structural Conservation II (for civil engineers) (4-8)8
  RES 510 Conservation Planning II (for city and regional planners) (4-8)8
    Elective Course  
    Elective Course  
    Elective Course  
  RES 598 Research Seminar (0-2) NC
  RES 8XX Special Studies (4-0) NC
  RES 9XX Special Topics (4-0) NC
       
 

Required total credit :34

 
   
  All graduate students must register one of the two Research Seminar courses (RES 597 or RES 598) before graduation.
 
 

RES 521 and RES 551 should be taken together with RES 501, 502, 503, 504, 505, 506, 509 or 510. If this is not possible, then RES 521 and RES 551 should be taken before RES 501, 502, 503, 504,505, 506, 509 or 510.

 

   
   

Elective Courses

 
  RES 511 Preservation and Development Methods of Historic Environment (2-4)4
  RES 522 History of Architecture in Anatolia (3-0)3
  RES 523 Design Approaches in Conservation (3-0)3
  RES 524 Conservation Approaches for Archaeological Sites (2-2)3
  RES 525 Vernacular Buildings in Anatolia (3-0)3
  RES 526

Historical and Philosophical Issues in the Conservation of Architectural Heritage

(3-0)3
  RES 527 Historical Research Methods in Conservation (3-0)3
  RES 531 Historical Structural Systems (3-0)3
  RES 532 Structural Assessment and Intervention Techniques for Historic Buildings (3-0)3
  RES 541 Documentation Techniques of Historical Buildings (2-4)4
  RES 542 Advanced Documentation Techniques of Historical Buildings (2-4)4
  RES 543 Advanced Surveying Techniques for Historical Sites (2-2)3
  RES 552 Laboratory Research Techniques of Historical Building Materials (3-2)4
  RES 554 Management in Restoration Project (3-0)3
  RES 556 Characteristics of Lime Mortars and Plasters used in Historical Buildings (3-0)3
  RES 557 Construction Techniques in Roman Period   (3-0)3
  RES 558 Natural Stones as Building Materials   (3-0)3
  RES 561 Management of Cultural Heritage Sites (3-0)3
  RES 562 Legal and Administrative Aspects of Conservation (3-0)3
  RES 563 Holistic Conservation (3-0)3
  RES 570

Special Topics in Architectural Restoration

(3-0)3

       

MS PROGRAM IN ARCHITECTURAL RESTORATION 
(NON-THESIS)

       

Fall Semester Core Courses

 
  RES 501 Design in Architectural Restoration I (for architects) (4-8)8
  RES 503 Conservation of Historical Building Materials I (for chemists) (4-8)8
  RES 505 Design in Structural Conservation I  (for civil engineers) (4-8)8
  RES 509 Conservation Planning I (for city and regional planners) (4-8)8
  RES 590 Graduation Project (0-1)NC
  RES 521 Theory and History of Architectural Restoration (3-0)3
  RES 551 Deterioration and Conservation of Historical Building Materials (3-0)3
    Elective Course  
    Elective Course  
       

Spring Semester Core Courses

  RES 502 Design in Architectural Restoration II (for architects) (4-8)8
  RES 504 Conservation of Historical Building Materials II (for chemists) (4-8)8
  RES 506 Design in Structural Conservation II (for civil engineers) (4-8)8
  RES 510 Conservation Planning II (for city and regional planners) (4-8)8
  RES 590 Graduation Project (0-1)NC
  RES 596 Technical Report Writing (2-2) 3
    Elective Course  
    Elective Course  
    Elective Course  
       
 

Required total credit : 43

 
       
 

Students must register only one of the two Graduation Project courses (RES 590)
 

 
 

RES 521 and RES 551 should be taken together with RES 501, 502, 503, 504, 505, 506, 509 or 510. If this is not possible, then RES 521 and RES 551 should be taken before RES 501, 502, 503, 504, 505, 506, 509 or 510.

 
     

Elective Courses

 
  RES 511 Preservation and Development Methods of Historic Environment (2-4)4
  RES 522 History of Architecture in Anatolia (3-0)3
  RES 523 Design Approaches in Conservation (3-0)3
  RES 524 Conservation Approaches for Archaeological Sites (2-2)3
  RES 525 Vernacular Buildings in Anatolia (3-0)3
  RES 526

Historical and Philosophical Issues in the Conservation of Architectural Heritage

(3-0)3
  RES 527 Historical Research Methods in Conservation (3-0)3
  RES 531 Historical Structural Systems (3-0)3
  RES 532 Structural Assessment and Intervention Techniques for Historic Buildings (3-0)3
  RES 541 Documentation Techniques of Historical Buildings (2-4)4
  RES 542 Advanced Documentation Techniques of Historical Buildings (2-4)4
  RES 543 Advanced Surveying Techniques for Historical Sites (2-2)3
  RES 552 Laboratory Research Techniques of Historical Building Materials (3-2)4
  RES 554 Management in Restoration Project (3-0)3
  RES 556 Characteristics of Lime Mortars and Plasters used in Historical Buildings (3-0)3
  RES 557 Construction Techniques in Roman Period   (3-0)3
  RES 558 Natural Stones as Building Materials   (3-0)3
  RES 561 Management of Cultural Heritage Sites (3-0)3
  RES 562 Legal and Administrative Aspects of Conservation (3-0)3
  RES 563 Holistic Conservation (3-0)3
  RES 570

Special Topics in Architectural Restoration 

(3-0)3

       
       

PhD PROGRAM IN ARCHITECTURAL RESTORATION

       

Core Courses (for all students)

  RES 599 Seminar in Architectural Conservation (0-2)NC
  RES 601 Research Methods (2-2)3
  RES 600 Thesis (0-1)NC
  RES 8XX Special Studies (4-0)NC
  RES 9XX Special Topics (4-0)NC
       

Additional Core Courses (only for students with MS in architecture)

  RES 501 Design in Architectural Restoration I (for architects)* (4-8)8
  RES 502 Design in Architectural Restoration II (for architects)* (4-8)8
  RES 521 Theory and History of Architectural Restoration (3-0)3
  RES 551 Deterioration and Conservation of Historical Building Materials (3-0)3
       

Additional Core Courses (only for students with BS or MS degree in city and regional planning)

  RES 509 Conservation Planning I (for city and regional planner)** (4-8)8
  RES 510 Conservation Planning II (for city and regional planner)** (4-8)8
 

RES 521

Theory and History of Architectural Restoration

3-0)3
  RES 551 Deterioration and Conservation of Historical Building Materials 3-0)3
     
 

Total credit (min.)                               : 21 (for students with MS degree)

 
 

Number of courses with credit (min.) :  7  (for students with MS degree)

 
 

Total credit (min.)                               : 55 (for students with BS degree)

 
 

Number of courses with credit (min.) : 14 (for students with BS degree)

 
 

 

 

All graduate students must register the Seminar in Architectural Conservation course (RES 599) before graduation.

   
 

* For architects :

RES 521 and RES 551 should be taken in the first semester, when they are available.

Either RES 501 or RES 502 should be selected. RES 521 and RES 551 should be taken together with RES 501 or RES 502. If this is not possible, then RES 521 and RES 551 should be taken before RES 501 or 502.

   
 

** For city and regional planners:

RES 521 and RES 551 should be taken in the first semester, when they are available.

Either RES 509 or RES 510 should be selected. RES 521 and RES 551 should be taken together with RES 509 or 510. If this is not possible, then RES 521 and RES 551 should be taken before RES 509 or 510.

   

Elective Courses

  RES 503 Conservation of Historical Building Materials I (4-8)8
  RES 504 Conservation of Historical Building Materials II (4-8)8
  RES 508 Conservation Planning II (for city and regional planners) (4-8)8
  RES 511 Preservation and Development Methods of Historic Environment (2-4)4
  RES 522 History of Architecture in Anatolia (3-0)3
  RES 523 Design Approaches in Conservation (3-0)3
  RES 524 Conservation Approaches for Archaeological Sites (2-2)3
  RES 525 Vernacular Buildings in Anatolia (3-0)3
  RES 526

Historical and Philosophical Issues in the Conservation of Architectural Heritage

(3-0)3
  RES 527 Historical Research Methods in Conservation (3-0)3
  RES 531 Historical Structural Systems (3-0)3
  RES 532 Structural Assessment and Intervention Techniques for Historic Buildings (3-0)3
  RES 541 Documentation Techniques of Historical Buildings (2-4)4
  RES 542 Advanced Documentation Techniques of Historical Buildings (2-4)4
  RES 543 Advanced Surveying Techniques for Historical Sites (2-2)3
  RES 552 Laboratory Research Techniques of Historical Building Materials (3-2)4
  RES 554 Management in Restoration Project (3-0)3
  RES 556 Characteristics of Lime Mortars and Plasters used in Historical Buildings (3-0)3
  RES 557 Construction Techniques in Roman Period   (3-0)3
  RES 558 Natural Stones as Building Materials   (3-0)3
  RES 561 Management of Cultural Heritage Sites (3-0)3
  RES 562 Legal and Administrative Aspects of Conservation (3-0)3
  RES 563 Holistic Conservation (3-0)3
  RES 570 Special Topics in Architectural Restoration 3-0)3
       
Course Descriptions of the MS  Program in Architectural Restoration 
Course Descriptions of the MS (Non Thesis) Program in Architectural Restoration 

Course Descriptions of the PhD Program in Architectural Restoration 

 

For more information see ECTS information package
   

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