Orientation is offered by the School of Architecture on an on-going basis. It is designed to provide detailed information on major programs, accreditation and future career paths. At the beginning of each year, orientation sessions and preliminary sessions for freshmen are provided, and the School of Architecture offers a separate orientation for them, as well. The orientation organized by the School of Architecture offers presentation sessions for each major program that provide a wide range of information to help freshmen map out their own academic paths.
ounseling for Students
Academic advisors meet with each student to help them with course registration and scholarship applications at the beginning of each year. Students can gain various information and views on campus life and future careers from the sessions provided by their academic advisors. For prospective graduates, a special session for job planning is offered by professors or experts. Students can get other types of information from the student education center and job information center, as well.
Career and Job Exploration Program
In order to help students seek jobs and map out career paths, the School of Architecture carries out a variety of programs, including a job camp, career exploration workshop, field trips, etc. In particular, the job camp provided in 2009 invited recruiters and job training experts to provide detailed job preparation information over 4 days. The career exploration workshop invites former alumni to act as lecturers to introduce students to the areas they will be able to enter. The workshop also serves as a venue to solidify the network among alumni.
This is a workshop to inform all students, including freshmen, of the detailed requirements for accreditation, the accreditation procedures and schedules, the performance evaluation standards, academic systems, required credits, etc. Students have access to the information at any time via the Student Manual for Architecture and the Architectural Engineering Program and the School of Architecture homepage.