¿Qué es la Arquitectura?

The program informs prospective students as to the degree subjects and their nature (basic, compulsory, optional), as well as of the credits, etc.  The subjects are divided into courses, which in turn, are integrated in modules. In addition, practical information related to student academic life is included. 

Year: 1º, 2º, 3º, 4º

Subjects: Mathematics (9 ECTS), Physics (12 ECTS) and Drawing (39 ECTS)

Brief Description: Provides a foundation for the formative contents that have to do with scientific foundations, graphic tools, and basic representation procedures for architecture. This module aims to provide the student with a foundation linked to mathematical analysis, general physics principles, and graphic procedures related to spatial representation. This ensures an educational experience that includes the development of technical skills, which will later serve as a basis for the rigor of architectural work.

Subject 1: Mathematics.


  • Mathematical Analysis

  • Applied Mathematics

Subject 2: Physics.


  • Construction Physics

  • Applied Physics

Subject 3: Drawing


  • Architectural Anatomy

  • Geometry and Form I Lab

  • Graphic Expression Workshop

  • Geometry and Form II Lab

  • Architectural Creation Workshop

  • Graphic Lab I, II, III

Year: 1º, 2º, 3º, 4º, 5º

Subjects: Construction (33 ECTS), Structure (18 ECTS) and Facilities (18 ECTS)

Brief Description: Corresponds to the technical, deontological, and professional knowledge necessary for the overall understanding of the building process.

Subject 1: Construction.


  • Construction Systems

  • Construction I, II, III, IV, V

  • Deontology and Service

  • Technical Design I, II

Subject 2: Structure.


  • Structural Systems

  • Structure I, II, III, IV

Subject 3: Facilities.


  • Facilities I, II, III, IV, V

Year: 1º, 2º, 3º, 4º, 5º

Subjects: Composition (24 ECTS), Projects (66 ECTS), Urbanism (21 ECTS) and Core Curriculum (18 ECTS)

Brief Description: Involves humanistic and cultural components, as well as design and project strategies on all architectural scales. The project-related courses support architectural learning through the specific and interdisciplinary integration of knowledge.

Subject 1: Composition.


  • Contemporary Art and Architecture

  • Modern Architecture

  • Theory and History I, II, III, IV

  • Architectural Critique

  • Architecture and Society

Subject 2: Projects.


  •  Projects Workshop I, II, III

  • Oriented Design Studio I, II

  • Project Management

  • Economy and Business

Subject 3: Urbanism.


  • City and Landscape

  • Urban Morphology

  • Urbanism I, II, III, IV

  • Legislation and Assessment

Subject 4: Core Curriculum. Competencies and Contents.


  • Anthropology

  • Ethics

  • Cultural Cues I, II

Year: 3º, 4º, 5º

Brief Description: Composed of elective subjects from each itinerary with a total of 36 ECTS each (and a minimum of 18 ECTS taught in English). This module allows the student to orient his/her education towards one of the offered specialties (Creative Project Management, Urban Project Management or Technical Project Management) through the selection of elective courses.

Subject 1: Specialty in Creative Project Management.

Subject 2: Specialty in Urban Project Management.

Subject 3: Specialty in Technical Project Management.

Year: 5º

Subject: Degree Final Project (6 ECTS)

Brief Description: Involves the culmination or synthesis of the learning process through the elaboration of a final project that is orientated to the chosen specialty, as well as the defense of said work before a panel. This project is equivalent to 6 ECTS, and a faculty professor will oversee the development of the project.

Subject 1: Degree Final Project.