Clarification – the definition of the core subjects does not constitute any waiver of the existence of theoretical and other subjects in the training syllabus.
In order to understand the ability to study the core subjects it is mandatory to take various supporting courses that are not defined as core subjects and are studied in different ways all over the world.
In other words, supporting courses such as mathematics, physics and others should be included in the training syllabus, but contrary to the core subjects that it is compulsory to study within the framework of the training, there are a number of ways of including the various supporting subjects in the training syllabus.
- Four guided projects lasting at least one semester in the various planning fields and mainly residential.
- A final project including a summary of the technological training.
- A course plus at least one project in interior design of residential and/or other spaces.
- Two complete courses in construction materials and acquaintanceship with materials.
- At least two courses in construction theories and methods.
- At least one course in building stability.
- At least one course in basic design.
- At least one course in each one of the following systems: electricity, elevators, water, sewage and development.
- Courses for the understanding/acquaintanceship/use of regulations in the following matters: accessibility, fire extinguishing and user safety.
- Duration of the studies at least five complete semesters – summer semester = half a semester.