Management

Specialization: Business Administration  Education of the enroller:  High school
Name of the program:  Management Form of learning:  Full time
Degree of education:  Bachelor Total study credit :  120

First year

Fall semestr of first year, list of credit.
Fall semestr Credit
HDEV-101 Human development, Communication Skill and Law Introduction to design as a conceptual discipline directed at the analysis, interpretation, synthesis, and transformation of the physical environment. Exercises are aimed at developing an understanding of the issues, elements, and processes of environmental design. 3
MLWS-101 Stylistics of Mongolian LanguageIntroduction to freehand drawing as an analytical tool within the design process. 3
ENG-101 English IThis course examines the relationships between building, site, landscape and sustainability through the lens of ecology and systems thinking. Topics include: basic concepts of sustainability, energetic processes, climate, spatial data visualization, global warming, solar geometry, landscape processes, microclimates, site strategies and grading, building footprint & sustainable building metrics. 3
PHTR-101 Physical Education-Hygiene The history of the built environment as social and cultural expression from the earliest to more recent times. Themes, theories, and ideas in architecture and urban design are explored, beginning with the earliest written records. 3
MRK-101 Principles of MarketingThe history of the built environment as social and cultural expression from the earliest to more recent times. Themes, theories, and ideas in architecture and urban design are explored, beginning with the earliest written records. 3
MGT-101 Principles of ManagementThe history of the built environment as social and cultural expression from the earliest to more recent times. Themes, theories, and ideas in architecture and urban design are explored, beginning with the earliest written records. 3
Total 18

 

spring semestr of first year, list of credit.
Spring semestr Credit
MHCC Mongolian History, Culture and Tradition Continuation of . Covers human, social, technical, and aesthetic factors related to space and form. Design problems range from those of the immediate environment of the individual to that of small social groups. 3
PHIL-102 PhilosophyThe understanding of representational and fabrication techniques as generative tools in the design process. 3
PUBS-Speech artFundamental concepts of structural behavior. Statics and strength of materials. Introduction to and analysis of simple structural systems. 2
ENG-102 English IIThe history of the built environment as social and cultural expression from more recent times to the present. Architecture and urban design themes, theories, and ideas are addressed in greater detail leading to the present time. 3
ACCO-102 Principles of AccountingThe history of the built environment as social and cultural expression from more recent times to the present. Architecture and urban design themes, theories, and ideas are addressed in greater detail leading to the present time. 3
MRK-102 Marketing ManagementThe history of the built environment as social and cultural expression from more recent times to the present. Architecture and urban design themes, theories, and ideas are addressed in greater detail leading to the present time. 3
STAT- 102 Business staticThe history of the built environment as social and cultural expression from more recent times to the present. Architecture and urban design themes, theories, and ideas are addressed in greater detail leading to the present time. 3
Total 20
Second year
Fall semestr of second year, list of credit.
Fall semestr Credit
BDM-201 Disaster managementStudents develop an understanding of context and precedent in the construction of architectural form, and are introduced to contextual and programmatic densities in addition to circulatory, spatial, and organizational strategies in the design process. 3
COMP-201 Introduction to Computer ScienceAgendas and approaches to the making and "reading" of space and form in 20th- and 21st-century architecture. The analysis of canonical works and texts, with frequent reference to relevant works prior to the 20th century, and with an emphasis on buildings and drawings as the vehicles of study, with occasional citations from painting, film, literature, and other critical works. 2
BRE-201 Business EthicsBehavior and design of overall structural systems for buildings. Particular focus on systems used for resisting lateral loads (rigid frames, braced frames and shear walls) and for spanning long distances (trusses and space frames; cables and membranes; and arches, domes, and shells). 3
MFI-201 Introduction to Monetary SystemBuilding construction is examined from the following standpoints: life safety (including fire safety and zoning constraints on site planning); building service systems (plumbing, electrical, vertical transportation, security, fire protection); materials, sustainability, and life-cycle analysis; accessibility; technical documentation and outline specifications. 3
MRR-201 Marketing ResearchBuilding construction is examined from the following standpoints: life safety (including fire safety and zoning constraints on site planning); building service systems (plumbing, electrical, vertical transportation, security, fire protection); materials, sustainability, and life-cycle analysis; accessibility; technical documentation and outline specifications. 3
LANG-201 Foreign language /Korean, Japanesse, Chinesse, France/Building construction is examined from the following standpoints: life safety (including fire safety and zoning constraints on site planning); building service systems (plumbing, electrical, vertical transportation, security, fire protection); materials, sustainability, and life-cycle analysis; accessibility; technical documentation and outline specifications. 2
Total 19

 

Spring semestr of second year, list of credit.
Spring semestr Credit
COMP-202 Statistical processing software In this Integrative Design Studio, the requirements of building systems are seen to both support and inform architectural concepts and form. One of the key design experiences during this semester will be the interaction of these concepts and building systems. Questions of energy, thermal comfort, sustainability, structure, material, and life safety will be addressed. 2
FMGT -202 Business FinanceConcepts and procedures for the design, manufacture, and construction of structural components (e.g., walls, columns, beams, slabs) in steel, concrete, masonry, and timber. 3
ETH-202 International relations and diplomatic ethics This course examines the design and analysis of the building envelope, with a focus on the material and energetic transformations taking place at the boundary between architecture and environment. Topics include: comfort, building thermodynamics, envelope assemblies, thermal modeling, active and passive control systems, daylighting and architectural acoustics. 3
EMNT-202 Event ManagementThis course examines the design and analysis of the building envelope, with a focus on the material and energetic transformations taking place at the boundary between architecture and environment. Topics include: comfort, building thermodynamics, envelope assemblies, thermal modeling, active and passive control systems, daylighting and architectural acoustics. 3
TRT-202 Trade ManagementThis course examines the design and analysis of the building envelope, with a focus on the material and energetic transformations taking place at the boundary between architecture and environment. Topics include: comfort, building thermodynamics, envelope assemblies, thermal modeling, active and passive control systems, daylighting and architectural acoustics. 3
LANG -202 Foreign language /Korean, Japanesse, Chinesse, France/This course examines the design and analysis of the building envelope, with a focus on the material and energetic transformations taking place at the boundary between architecture and environment. Topics include: comfort, building thermodynamics, envelope assemblies, thermal modeling, active and passive control systems, daylighting and architectural acoustics. 2
Total 16

Third year

Fall semestr of third year, list of credit.
Fall semestr Credit
MRK-301 Promotional Management Design and development of complex architectural projects situated in urban contexts and developed with regard to program, site, building, and representation.Design and development of complex architectural projects situated in urban contexts and developed with regard to program, site, building, and representation. 3
OBH-301 Organizational BehaviorAgendas and approaches to the making and reading of urban conditions and landscape designs. The analysis of canonical works and texts, with emphasis on architecture within and without the city as vehicles of study, and with frequent reference to urban and landscape theories and designs, as well as to representations of the city and garden from other media and disciplines. 3
FMGT -301 Financial ManagementAgendas and approaches to the making and reading of urban conditions and landscape designs. The analysis of canonical works and texts, with emphasis on architecture within and without the city as vehicles of study, and with frequent reference to urban and landscape theories and designs, as well as to representations of the city and garden from other media and disciplines. 3
BUSP -301 Business planningAgendas and approaches to the making and reading of urban conditions and landscape designs. The analysis of canonical works and texts, with emphasis on architecture within and without the city as vehicles of study, and with frequent reference to urban and landscape theories and designs, as well as to representations of the city and garden from other media and disciplines. 3
ENT-301 EntrepreneurshipAgendas and approaches to the making and reading of urban conditions and landscape designs. The analysis of canonical works and texts, with emphasis on architecture within and without the city as vehicles of study, and with frequent reference to urban and landscape theories and designs, as well as to representations of the city and garden from other media and disciplines. 3
IMB-301 International BusinessAgendas and approaches to the making and reading of urban conditions and landscape designs. The analysis of canonical works and texts, with emphasis on architecture within and without the city as vehicles of study, and with frequent reference to urban and landscape theories and designs, as well as to representations of the city and garden from other media and disciplines. 3
LANG -202 Foreign language /Korean, Japanesse, Chinesse, France/This course examines the design and analysis of the building envelope, with a focus on the material and energetic transformations taking place at the boundary between architecture and environment. Topics include: comfort, building thermodynamics, envelope assemblies, thermal modeling, active and passive control systems, daylighting and architectural acoustics. 2
Total 20
Spring semestr of third year, list of credit
Spring semestr Credit
ITR-302 International TradeDesign and development of complex architectural projects situated in urban contexts and developed with regard to program, site, building, and representation.Design and development of complex architectural projects situated in urban contexts and developed with regard to program, site, building, and representation. 3
LMGT-302 Logistics ManagementDesign and development of complex architectural projects situated in urban contexts and developed with regard to program, site, building, and representation.Design and development of complex architectural projects situated in urban contexts and developed with regard to program, site, building, and representation. 3
FINA-302 Budget ManagementDesign and development of complex architectural projects situated in urban contexts and developed with regard to program, site, building, and representation.Design and development of complex architectural projects situated in urban contexts and developed with regard to program, site, building, and representation. 3
LAW-302 Business LawDesign and development of complex architectural projects situated in urban contexts and developed with regard to program, site, building, and representation.Design and development of complex architectural projects situated in urban contexts and developed with regard to program, site, building, and representation. 3
MGT-302 Industrial ManagementDesign and development of complex architectural projects situated in urban contexts and developed with regard to program, site, building, and representation.Design and development of complex architectural projects situated in urban contexts and developed with regard to program, site, building, and representation. 3
PROF-302 Induction Programme/6 week/Design and development of complex architectural projects situated in urban contexts and developed with regard to program, site, building, and representation.Design and development of complex architectural projects situated in urban contexts and developed with regard to program, site, building, and representation. 2
LANG-302 Foreign language /Korean, Japanesse, Chinesse, France/Design and development of complex architectural projects situated in urban contexts and developed with regard to program, site, building, and representation.Design and development of complex architectural projects situated in urban contexts and developed with regard to program, site, building, and representation. 2
Total 19

 

Fourth year

Fall semestr of fourth year, list of credit.
Fall semestr Credit
BM-401 Brand management Advanced programs in architectural design, with options including, but not limited to, urban design, architectural technology, computational design, ecology, culture, and representation. 3
CMGT-401 Cost ManagementExamination of organizational and management theories and practices for delivering professional design services. Includes a historic overview of the profession and a review of the architect's responsibilities from the pre-contract phase through cost estimating and specifications to construction. Application of computer technology in preparing specifications. 3
PMGT-401 Productivity and Quality ManagementExamination of organizational and management theories and practices for delivering professional design services. Includes a historic overview of the profession and a review of the architect's responsibilities from the pre-contract phase through cost estimating and specifications to construction. Application of computer technology in preparing specifications. 3
INM-401 International MarketingExamination of organizational and management theories and practices for delivering professional design services. Includes a historic overview of the profession and a review of the architect's responsibilities from the pre-contract phase through cost estimating and specifications to construction. Application of computer technology in preparing specifications. 3
HRМ-401 Human Resource ManagementExamination of organizational and management theories and practices for delivering professional design services. Includes a historic overview of the profession and a review of the architect's responsibilities from the pre-contract phase through cost estimating and specifications to construction. Application of computer technology in preparing specifications. 3
MGT-401 Corporate GovernanceExamination of organizational and management theories and practices for delivering professional design services. Includes a historic overview of the profession and a review of the architect's responsibilities from the pre-contract phase through cost estimating and specifications to construction. Application of computer technology in preparing specifications. 3
Total 18
Spring semestr of Fourth year, list of credit.
Spring semestr Credit
PROF-402 Internship Advanced programs in architectural design, with options in, but not limited to, urban design, architectural technology, computational design, ecology, culture, and representation. 5
DIP-402 Professional exam-DiplomaAdvanced programs in architectural design, with options in, but not limited to, urban design, architectural technology, computational design, ecology, culture, and representation. 2
Total 7

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