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UTSA Architecture Department of Architecture

UTSA Architecture

UTSA Architecture praised by National Accrediting body (NAAB) for having “an energetic and inventive faculty” and for its strengths in Historic Preservation, Sustainability, Integrated Design, and “a strong introduction to design as it is practiced by the profession.”

UTSA Architecture Department of Architecture

UTSA Architecture

UTSA Architecture praised by National Accrediting body (NAAB) for having “an energetic and inventive faculty” and for its strengths in Historic Preservation, Sustainability, Integrated Design, and “a strong introduction to design as it is practiced by the profession.”

Broadway Expander Department of Architecture

Broadway Expander

Students in Dr. Antonio Petrov’s UTSA Architecture Studio present design for rethinking the Broadway corridor in Alamo Heights via architectural thinking.

Study Abroad at UTSA Department of Architecture

Study Abroad at UTSA

Study Abroad at UTSA

Study Abroad at UTSA Department of Architecture

Study Abroad at UTSA

Go global at UTSA. Become a global citizen architect at UTSA

Apply by April 1st Department of Architecture

Apply by April 1st

for preferential admission to the attend Summer Career Academy in Architecture and Interior Design.

Vincent Ramirez honored by the TSA Department of Architecture

Vincent Ramirez honored by the TSA

The Texas Society of Architects (TSA) recently honored a project concept by the architecture alum as a shining example of innovation and excellence in design.

Travis Park and McNay Art Museum host F2 Department of Architecture

Travis Park and McNay Art Museum host F2

Kevin McClellan, Andrew Kudless and UTSA Architecture students build F2

Andrew Kudless Department of Architecture

Andrew Kudless

Dean’s Distinguished
Visiting Critic 2014

Digital Fabrication

Javier Sanchez Department of Architecture

Javier Sanchez

Dean’s Distinguished
Visiting Critic for 2013


Arquitecto

Raymond Russell Park Department of Architecture

Raymond Russell Park

Raymond Russell Park
Design Build Project

Diane Hays (faculty)

Faculty Resources

This page provides resources for use by faculty:

Bylaws - Department of Architecture

Studio Instruction Guidelines

Field Trip Forms (coming soon)

 

Attendance Policy (Department of Architecture):

[Faculty are expected to inlude the following in all syllabi]: 

Policy: YOU MUST ATTEND CLASS FOR THE FULL CLASS PERIOD for every scheduled Class.
There are two kinds of absences, excused and unexcused.
Excused Absences are those for religious observance, illness, military service, or other official activity in which the student is required to participate. For illness, a note is required and if necessary one can be obtained from the DT Campus Nurse free-of-charge. Work or exams missed via excused absences will be accommodated by the instructor. (See HOP 5.09) However, should excused absences become excessive (excessive being defined as absences that result in the student's inability to adequately perform in class or those that effect the completion of assignments) then you and your instructor should discuss the possibility of recording an "IN" - Incomplete. (See General Academic Regulations)
UnExcused Absences ARE ALL OTHERS. For all classes in the Department of Architecture, three (3) unexcused absences will result in the automatic reduction of your final grade by 5% (or 1/2 of a letter grade). Four (4) unexcused absences will result in the automatic reduction of your final grade by a total of 10% (or One whole letter grade). And five (5) unexcused absences will result in YOU FAILING THE CLASS.

Lateness Policy is to be defined by the Instructor (but the Department recommends the following): 

LATE WORK Defined
Late work will be automatically reduced by one letter grade, and thereafter, lowered by one letter grade for each subsequent 24 hour period the work is not submitted. An unexcused absence on a final review day (i.e. you don’t show up with your work for a presentation) may result in your failing the project overall. The deadline or due date/ time for work is at the discretion of the instructor and may be the beginning of class, end of class, or any time in between."