Built Environment and Habitat Studies is concerned with providing a liberal understanding of spatial designing within the context of a built environment. Studying and assessing the Impacts of a built environment on human and other animate beings in that surroundings is what, that will make us design better and design for future. Subjects in design, history, science, human behavior, sustainability, sociology, digital production and communication methods come together in the analysis and production of a built form which can be celebrated through the ages. This course is designed to provide the skills and knowledge necessary to ultimately find a niche in the planning of a successful built environment system & profession, and to be a future leader in the design of the built environment. The course covers a range of subjects that are of relevance to the professional disciplines’ that students may wish to follow in following years, also allowing them a high degree of choice, so that their studies can be better tailored according to their aptitudes and ambitions. The program is intended to be multi-disciplinary and aims to give better opportunities for future studies leading towards a well-planned future. The course introduces a wide range of relevant disciplines including study of human settlements, universal design, sociology, sustainability, spatial planning, art & culture, behavioral science and environmental studies.
Careers: Architectural assistant, Built environment designer (in areas such as heritage), Policymaker, Architectural/Built Environment journalist, researcher or educator, BIM modeler, Architectural renderer, Project manager, Consultants, Sociologists, Museum Curator.