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Milas Vocational School Programme of Architechtural Restoration(E.E)

Qualification Awarded

When students complete all the courses(selective and obligatory), they gain associate degree and get title of 'restoration technician'.

Specific Admission Requirements

High school diploma and getting quailified in the university exam.

Qualification Requirements

The credits that a student has to complete in order to graduate is 120. In order for the student to graduate, the grade average must be above 2.00.

Recognition of Prior Learning

It is possible for students to be exempted d from courses which they have previously graduated in higher education institutions. However, in order to be able to obtain the exemption, the course content and letter grade intervals must be in accordance with the curriculum of Muğla Sıtkı Koçman University Architectural Restoration program. Exemptions will take effect after approval of the board of directors.

History

Architectural restoration programme, which is the first programme of Milas Vocational School, started education 1995-1996 education year under Technical Programmes department. The name of the department was revised as Architecture and Regional planning at 2011-2012 education year. Programme started evening education at 2003-2004 education year.

Profile of the Programme

The Restoration Program, which has a quota of 40 + 2 students for each academic year, provides full-time training in four semesters of the curriculum. Students who successfully complete all the courses required by the curriculum, including 40 workdays vocational training, and who achieve a GPA of at least 2.00 out of 4.00, are entitled to graduation. As of the academic year of 2016-2017, there are 150 students and 5 instructors work in the program. The program has the following physical facilities to support education-training and research activities: - Wood, Archaeological works and tile workshops, Computer laboratories - 2 classrooms

Program Outcomes

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Exam Regulations & Assesment & Grading

Students have to attend all the theoretical and applied courses, atelier and laboratory studies and exams defined in the curriculum. Most of the obligatory and selective courses' exams are in written format. In each term, at least one midterm and on final exam is applied. Shedule of the exams are announced at the first month of each term. Students have to attend exams and projects. Final exams are applied in announced dates and locations. Evaluation of students may differ for courses. Used methods in evaluation are: exams, reports, home works, quizzes, presetentations or verbal exams. Lecturer may consider students' course performnace or attendance. Programme decides if a course may not need to apply exam for evaluation. In these cases, students performance in the course gains importance.

Graduation Requirements

Students have to attend all the theoretical and applied courses, atelier and laboratory studies and exams defined in the curriculum. Most of the obligatory and selective courses' exams are in written format. In each term, at least one midterm and on final exam is applied. Shedule of the exams are announced at the first month of each term. Students have to attend exams and projects. Final exams are applied in announced dates and locations. Evaluation of students may differ for courses. Used methods in evaluation are: exams, reports, home works, quizzes, presetentations or verbal exams. Lecturer may consider students' course performnace or attendance. Programme decides if a course may not need to apply exam for evaluation. In these cases, students performance in the course gains importance.

Occupational Profiles of Graduates

Graduated students work in following organizations: Public or private organizations in architecture and interior design area, Public or private organizations in urban and regional design area.

Access to Further Studies

Graduated student may continue to following undergraduate programmes if get qualified in the necessary exams: Ceramics Old ceramics repairs Tradtional Turkish handcrafts Traditional Tıurkish art Interior design Interior and landscape design Architecture Conservation Urban and regional planning Ornamentation(Tezhip)

Mode of Study

This vocational programme aims to educate students to get capable of execution of architectural restorastion works, working in public and private organizations in the area of architectural restoration. This programme aims their students to become familiar to: • fundamental concepts in architectural restorastion, • importance of conserving cultural heritage, • traditional and modern materials of restoration, • individual working and group working, • repsonbilities of restorators in local and global perspective, • ethical points, • legal points of restoration, • information technology, • design of restoration projects, • information anout related disciplines such as Archeology, • relationship between restoration and conservation, • systematical and organized working habits.

Programme Director

ECTS Coordinator

Instructor Bora Aldemir

Course Structure Diagram with Credits

1. Year - 1. Term
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Theory Practice ECTS Print
ATB1801 ATATURK'S PRINCIPLES AND REVOLUTION HISTORY I Required 2 0 2
BİP1803 INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES I Required 3 0 3
MRS1001 TECHNICAL DRAWING I Required 2 1 4
MRS1003 TRADITIONAL CRAFTS APPLICATIONS I Required 2 2 4
MRS1005 INTRODUCTION TO VOCATION Required 2 0 3
MRS1007 FINE STRUCTURE I Required 2 0 4
MRS1009 THEORY AND METHODS OF PROTECTION Required 2 0 3
MRS1011 TRADITIONAL BUILDING SYSTEMS AND COMPONENTS Required 2 0 3
TDB1801 TURKISH LANGUAGE I Required 2 0 2
YDB1801 ENGLISH I Elective 2 0 2
YDB1803 GERMAN I Elective 2 0 2
YDB1805 FRENCH I Elective 2 0 2
       
1. Year - 2. Term
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Theory Practice ECTS Print
ATB1802 ATATURK'S PRINCIPLES AND REVOLUTIONARY HISTORY II Required 2 0 2
MRS1002 Required 2 1 4
MRS1004 Required 2 2 4
MRS1006 Required 2 1 4
MRS1008 FINE STRUCTURE II Required 2 0 3
MRS1010 RESTORATION FEATURE AND EXPLORATION (MEASUREMENT) Required 2 0 2
MRS1012 CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS Required 2 0 2
MRS1498 Required 0 0 5
TDB1802 TURKISH LANGUAGE II Required 2 0 2
YDB1802 ENGLISH II Elective 2 0 2
YDB1804 GERMAN II Elective 2 0 2
YDB1806 FRENCH II Elective 2 0 2
       
2. Year - 1. Term
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Theory Practice ECTS Print
BYT2801 PHOTOGRAPHY Elective 2 0 2
MRS2001 RESTORATION PROJECT I Required 2 1 4
MRS2003 COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN I Required 2 0 3
MRS2005 PRINCIPLES OF PROTECTION AND RESTORATION OF OLD WORKS Required 3 0 4
MRS2007 SURVEYING II Required 2 1 4
MRS2501 STONE MATERIAL AND CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUE Elective 3 0 3
MRS2503 WOOD MATERIAL AND CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUE Elective 3 0 3
MRS2505 TRADITIONAL HANDICRAFTS APPLICATIONS III (WOOD) Elective 4 2 8
MRS2507 TRADITIONAL CRAFTS APPLICATIONS III (TILE-CERAMIC) Elective 4 2 8
MRS2509 ARCHAEOLOGY AND EXCAVATION SCIENCE Elective 2 0 2
MRS2511 MODERN MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY IN RECREATION Elective 2 0 2
MRS2513 METAL TECHNOLOGY Elective 2 0 2
       
2. Year - 2. Term
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Theory Practice ECTS Print
MRS2002 Required 2 1 4
MRS2004 COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN II Required 2 0 2
MRS2008 SURVEYING III Required 2 1 4
MRS2498 Required 0 0 5
MRS2502 Elective 3 0 4
MRS2504 Elective 3 0 4
MRS2506 Elective 4 2 8
MRS2508 Elective 4 2 8
MRS2510 OLD ANATOLIAN ARCHITECTURE Elective 3 0 3
MRS2512 ARCHITECTURE AND ART HISTORY Elective 3 0 3
       
 

Evaluation Questionnaires

Course & Program Outcomes Matrix

1. Year - 1. Term
Ders AdıPy1Py2Py3Py4Py5Py6
ATATURK'S PRINCIPLES AND REVOLUTION HISTORY I333333
INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES I333333
TECHNICAL DRAWING I      
TRADITIONAL CRAFTS APPLICATIONS I555555
INTRODUCTION TO VOCATION      
FINE STRUCTURE I      
THEORY AND METHODS OF PROTECTION      
TRADITIONAL BUILDING SYSTEMS AND COMPONENTS555555
TURKISH LANGUAGE I444444
ENGLISH I      
GERMAN I222222
FRENCH I333333
       
1. Year - 2. Term
Ders AdıPy1Py2Py3Py4Py5Py6
ATATURK'S PRINCIPLES AND REVOLUTIONARY HISTORY II      
       
 555555
 3     
FINE STRUCTURE II      
RESTORATION FEATURE AND EXPLORATION (MEASUREMENT)555555
CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS      
 555555
TURKISH LANGUAGE II333333
ENGLISH II      
GERMAN II3     
FRENCH II333333
       
2. Year - 1. Term
Ders AdıPy1Py2Py3Py4Py5Py6
PHOTOGRAPHY 555555
RESTORATION PROJECT I55555 
COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN I444444
PRINCIPLES OF PROTECTION AND RESTORATION OF OLD WORKS      
SURVEYING II      
STONE MATERIAL AND CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUE555555
WOOD MATERIAL AND CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUE      
TRADITIONAL HANDICRAFTS APPLICATIONS III (WOOD)555555
TRADITIONAL CRAFTS APPLICATIONS III (TILE-CERAMIC)555555
ARCHAEOLOGY AND EXCAVATION SCIENCE      
MODERN MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY IN RECREATION555555
METAL TECHNOLOGY      
       
2. Year - 2. Term
Ders AdıPy1Py2Py3Py4Py5Py6
 555555
COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN II33333 
SURVEYING III555555
 555555
 555555
       
 555555
 555555
OLD ANATOLIAN ARCHITECTURE      
ARCHITECTURE AND ART HISTORY      
       
 

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