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Response to the Offsite Program Questionnaire 6. Letter Attesting to Accuracy of Institutional Data 7. Detailed information from the University Libraries 9. Conversely, the APR should also include a description of the benefits derived to the program from the institutional setting. History of the University The University of Memphis is one of three comprehensive institutions of higher learning in the State of Tennessee.

Situated primarily on a 1,acre urban campus with over buildings at eight sites, the University of Memphis is the flagship of the Tennessee Board of Regents system with almost 23, students and awards more than 3, degrees annually.

The West Tennessee Normal School, as the institution was originally known, opened on 10 September Graduate studies were initiated in In the state legislature designated full university status and the name of the institution changed to Memphis State University.

The s saw new buildings constructed across the campus, including a University Center and a story library, and enrollment exceeded 20, students. In Memphis State University became the first public university in Tennessee to gain program accreditation of its entire curriculum for which discipline accreditation was possible.

In Dr. The University offers 17 bachelors degrees in more than areas of study, masters degrees in over 50 subjects and doctoral degrees in 23 disciplines, in addition to the Juris Doctor and a specialist degree in education. The University also has an on-line degree program. In , enrollment was 22, consisting of 17, undergraduate students, 4, graduate students 3, masters and doctoral , and Law School students.

Full time students make up 68 percent of the total while 38 percent of the students are men and 62 percent are women. The University also has the largest Honors Program in the state.

SACS is the recognized regional accrediting body in the eleven U. Southern states. The SACS telephone number is Individual colleges, schools and departments of the University of Memphis are accredited by the appropriate agencies. Mission of the University The University of Memphis is a learner-centered metropolitan research university providing high quality educational experiences while pursuing new knowledge through research, artistic expression, and interdisciplinary and engaged scholarship.

A preliminary plan was 2 The University of Memphis Architecture Program Report March developed for , which has subsequently been updated to reflect what the University th hopes to accomplish by , the date of the anniversary of the founding.

Access and Diversity: Promote and sustain an accessible, vibrant community that values diversity. Partnerships: Cultivate relationships which link the mission of the University to external communities.

Campus Culture and Service Excellence: Create a campus culture that advances shared governance and sustains and supports operational and service excellence. Sense of Place: Develop an inviting, sustainable campus setting. Scheidt School of Music. The following year, several programs, including the new Architectural Technology Program, were combined with Industrial Arts Education to create the Department of Engineering Technology.

The original concept of the Architectural Technology Program was to provide the architectural community with highly skilled design drafters with engineering-oriented backgrounds and the overall emphasis of the program was on the applied sciences.

Efforts to create a professional degree in architecture at the University of Memphis have been ongoing for well over twenty years. This has been led by faculty, local architects, and others. The first significant mention of the need for a professional architecture program was in the Downtown Development Plan prepared by Venturi Rauch and Scott Brown for the Memphis Center City Commission in The Urban Design section of the plan stressed the importance of a professional architecture program to the well-being of the city.

NOTE: Before joining the faculty, Michael Hagge and James Williamson both worked on this plan: Professor Hagge as President of the Center City Development Corporation and Professor Williamson as the consulting architect in charge of the historic preservation, public and open spaces, and riverfront development segment. In the s, it became clear the program needed to evolve to better meet the needs of the students and the professional community.

With the addition of new faculty and the 3 The University of Memphis Architecture Program Report March implementation of dedicated studio space for each student, a significant change in the direction of the program took place. The BFA in Architecture was developed as a pre-professional, four-year program of study and is the only one of its kind in Tennessee. Although the move to CCFA resulted in the loss of ABET accreditation, it provided an opportunity to develop with a much stronger framework of support from within the University as well as from the professional community.

The desire of the professional community and the Architecture faculty to develop a professional Master of Architecture degree program fully accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board NAAB became a focal point. Accordingly, the move was made to officially begin formal planning for the establishment of a professional degree program in architecture. The first step in this formal process took place in , with a peer-review of the Architecture Program by two well-known and respected architectural educators, Professor Larry Speck from the University of Texas at Austin and Professor Peter Waldman from the University of Virginia.

Based upon their recommendations, the University of Memphis made the commitment to pursue a professional degree in architecture. In , the University asked former NAAB executive director Sharon Matthews to visit and offer an assessment of the BFA in Architecture degree program and to assist with the development of a plan of action to establish a professional Master of Architecture degree program.

Matthews met with faculty, local architects, and university administrators over a several day period. Afterwards, a formalized planning process was implemented and support requested and received from a variety of individuals and organizations including but not limited to the Memphis Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, the Tennessee Board of Architectural and Engineering Examiners, the City of Memphis, the County of Shelby, and several prominent architecture firms and real estate developers.

This action built upon the April visit of then-NAAB Executive Director John Maudlin-Jeronimo and his recommendations to create a professional degree program and the significant changes that needed to occur before such a program could be developed and implemented. The faculty of the Architecture Program, working with university administrators as well as local architects, developed a curriculum for the Master of Architecture and secured approval from the graduate school.

After submission of the formal proposal in September , the TBR began a review process and, at the request of President Shirley Raines, worked diligently to expedite the review and approval process. The TBR contracted with University of Texas Professor Larry Speck, based on his experience as an architectural educator and his familiarity with the Architecture Program at the University of Memphis, to review the program. After receiving the report and recommendation from the TBR, the Tennessee Higher Education Commission voted to approve the proposal to establish the Master of Architecture degree at their meeting on 26 July After reviewing the team findings, Candidacy status was granted for the new Master of Architecture degree program effective 1 January The first Master of Architecture students were admitted in the fall semester of The second NAAB visit took place in March and as a result, the Master of Architecture degree program was formally granted continuation of its Candidacy effective 1 January Architecture degree remains a focus area of the University of Memphis.

The Master of Mission of the Architecture Program The mission of the Department of Architecture is to prepare graduates to enter the professional practice of Architecture or Interior Design and to serve the Memphis and Mid-South region through research, engaged scholarship, interdisciplinary collaboration, and creative expression that contributes to sustainable, stable communities and enhances the quality of life for all citizens.

The mission and goals were adopted in as an element of the proposal to the Tennessee Board of Regents to establish the professional Master of Architecture degree.

NOTE: This has been accomplished. The goals shown above were adopted for inclusion in the Peer Review Report. The broad-based focus of the Master of Architecture degree program is to prepare graduates to enter the profession of architecture. The focus of the BFA in Architecture degree is to provide students with a foundation for continuing their architectural education in a professional Master of Architecture degree program, and to provide students with a foundation for entering the architectural workplace.

Since the initiation of the BFA in Architecture degree, one hundred percent of students making application to a Master of Architecture degree program have been accepted and all have either finished their degree or are on track to do so.

In recent years, faculty and students in the Department of Architecture have completed a number of externally and internally funded research projects as well as many non-funded projects throughout the Memphis urban area. Furthermore, all design studios from third through sixth year are taught by registered architects, many of whom are principals in local firms, and some first and second year studios are also taught by registered architects.

These and other projects help fulfill the mission of the Department and also of the University as an urban research institution and provide valuable hands-on experience for the students.

This day camp attracts young people from around the region and offers scholarships to economically disadvantaged youth. Upon accreditation, the Master of Architecture degree will meet the educational standards set forth by the Tennessee Board of Architectural and Engineering Examiners State Board for registration as an architect in Tennessee.

The Department of Architecture places the student at the center of discovery-based studies, and requires each student to assume responsible participation in their education. To accomplish this graduate students take a prescribed series of courses in the following broad categories: History and Theory Sequence, Professional and Technical Sequence, Design Studio Sequence, Thesis or Research Sequence, and Electives.

Graduate design studios are thematic within the following broad categories: life-safety, building envelope and service systems, materials and assemblies; structural and environmental issues as design determinants; and comprehensive design. While the program was designed based on the integration of the two degrees at the University of Memphis, persons holding an approved undergraduate degree in architecture or a related field 6 The University of Memphis Architecture Program Report March from another institution are eligible to apply for admission into the Master of Architecture degree.

Professor Sherry Bryan, who also serves as transcript evaluator for the State Board, maintains these evaluation files. In assessing the pre-professional degree, the following course content or evidence of equivalent experience is required.

Otherwise, the appropriate courses must be taken at the undergraduate level before being fully admitted to the Master of Architecture degree program: Architectural Graphics both technical and freehand drawing , Architectural History ancient through modern , Structural Design Principles statics; strength of materials; gravity and lateral load tracing; design in timber, steel, concrete , Building Materials and Assembly light construction , Environmental Systems heat, light, sound, human comfort , and Architectural Design Studio in addition to "design fundamentals" courses.

Where slight deficiencies in preparation exist, applicants may be admitted with the stipulation that they complete additional design studio or supporting courses. These may not count toward the required graduate plan of study. A total of 60 credit hours, including thesis studio or professional project studio, is required to earn the Master of Architecture degree. Of these, a minimum of 42 credit hours must be at the level, including no more than six credit hours of thesis studio or professional project studio.

The 15 credit hours of electives may be taken from a wide variety of subjects including architecture, city planning, real estate development, urban anthropology, and education, among others. This is a professional practice oriented research course intended for students with professional experience in the architectural field. Courses towards the Master of Architecture degree should be taken in the order shown above in the program of study. The sequence assumes certain knowledge to be brought forth from the pre-professional undergraduate program of study.

Students transferring from another institution 7 The University of Memphis Architecture Program Report March must show evidence of meeting the equivalent courses in the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Architecture degree. Studio courses must be taken with the appropriate seminar courses.

If appropriate the program should also provide evidence that this plan has been developed with input from faculty and students or that it is otherwise addressed in its long-range planning efforts Learning Culture The faculty and staff believe the students are the most important asset of the Department of Architecture and strive to help students achieve success in their chosen area of study.

Many students also participate in the University Honors Program as well as the Department of Architecture Honors Program, earning Honors distinction on their diploma. One of the most distinctive features of architectural education is the degree of trust which must exist among students as well as between students and faculty members.

Because of this trust and the fact that architecture is a profession with a code of ethics governing professional conduct professional ethics is taught in the professional practice courses , rules and protocols are in effect in the design studios and classes as well as other education-related environments. Towards this the students and faculty developed an Honor Code as well as various policies and procedures. In addition, it is expected that all students and faculty will respect others and will act in a manner so as to deserve respect.

Every syllabus used in the Department of Architecture contains language referencing the Department of Architecture Honor Code, the Department of Architecture Policies Manual, and University policies including a website link to each topic. Architecture students can pursue matters such as grade appeals through University channels if resolution cannot be reached within the administrative structure of the Department of Architecture.

The Department of Architecture Policies Manual also referred to as the Orientation Manual is made available to all new students, both graduate and undergraduate. It is discussed in detail at the mandatory New Student Orientation held each fall before the start of classes. All students must sign a statement indicating they have read and understand the content of the document. This concept was developed entirely by AIAS students with complete support from the faculty.

The Department also makes every effort to accommodate students with disabilities. Students who request disability accommodations without a memo will be referred to SDS.

The faculty members meet periodically to assess coordination among the various courses and make revisions, as appropriate.

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