ArchitectureJuly 27, 2023 2023-08-18 8:52
Quality Management plays a crucial role in any company’s growth and performance. It is also an essential resource in the competition for customer relationships, striving to deliver a superior experience. The extensive knowledge provided by the quality management specialization provides students with a deeper understanding of four primary areas.
First, it deepens the knowledge of quality concepts (Lean Six Sigma, Toyota Production System, Lean Management, etc.). Second, it focuses on a wide range of problem-solving techniques such as Kaizen, QC Circle, DMAIC, Focused Brainstorming, Process Mapping, SIPOC Diagram, Force-Field Analysis, Matrix Analysis, C&E Analysis, Failure Mode Analysis, Performance Sampling, Check Sheets, Analytical Charts, Pareto Charts, Run Charts, Multi-Vari Charts, Correlation Charts, etc. Third, concentrates on Quantitative and Qualitative Forecasting techniques. Finally, it enlightens the ISO Standards that are mandatory in carrying out professional careers in ensuring quality in all business processes. As a result, students will be equipped with artificial intelligence and analytical tools for making sound operational and strategic business decisions in Quality Management.
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Member International Association of Universities (IAU)
Member of Association of Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)
- GCE Advanced Level (Local) – 3 passes in any stream. (Preferably in the Biology, Mathematics or Engineering Technology)
- GCE Advanced Level ((Ed-excel/Cambridge) – 3 passes and meet the required 5 points
The first two years of study at SLIIT aims to provide students with an inclusive understanding of the cultural and traditional context of Architectural design in Sri Lanka. The third and the final year of study collaborates with the University of Liverpool John Moores, to introduce the global dynamic of the degree, imparting international awareness needed to provide students with a comprehensive education in becoming truly global graduates of Architecture
The degree will cover subject areas ranging from Architectural design, History and theory of Architecture, Culture and Society, Environment, Urbanism, Construction Technology and professional practice to AutoCAD and freehand drawing. It’s out comes are based on the SLIA and RIBA requirements for professional Part -01 degree programmes. This BSc (Hons) degree in Architecture is recognized by the University Grants Commission (UGC) of Sri Lanka opening opportunities to pursue postgraduate studies in related fields at government Universities.
This will be a firm foundation that paves the way to a number of other interesting postgraduate programs and professions as well. Urban design, Town and Country planning, Landscape Architecture, Interior Design, Archeology, Conservation and Project Management are some of the areas to which BSc(Hons) Architecture graduates can divert in to apart from a professional carrier in Architecture. After completing the BSc (Hons) Architecture degree at SLIIT, with minimum 6 months of work experience under a Chartered Architect, students are eligible to follow the MSc. Architecture degree programme at SLIIT. After the successful completion of this two-year post graduate degree – the MSc (Architecture) is also awarded by the University of Liverpool John Moores in the United Kingdom.
What is Architecture?
Architecture is an Art, a vocation, it is also a Science a business and a passion for life. Helping the man-made harmonize with his surrounding Environment, Architects create a legacy for future generations that embody the culture and tradition of an era. This professional pathway is ideal for creative people with sensitivity, imagination and ability to appreciate the technical aspects of building Construction.
An Architect is ultimately responsible for determining the aesthetics and functionality of the living environment; therefore, it is essential that an Architectural education develops attributes in students which incorporate knowledge, skills and sensitivity. These skills will be imparted and diligently assessed during the course of your Architectural journey at SLIIT.
Resources and Facilities
The programme is directed and conducted by a team of dedicated and eminent Chartered Architects, academics and subject specialists for each module. The SLIIT School of Architecture and its programms were established under the guidance of Prof. Nimal De Silva, Emeritus Professor of Architecture at the University of Moratuwa. Prof. De Silva is also the former Dean of the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Moratuwa.
The students have 24-hour access to designated individual work spaces in a modern studio environment. The lecture rooms, computer labs, printing and technology workshops at SLIIT provides a study environment of international standards. Extra-curricular activities such as sports, student associations and other campus activities, provide a well-rounded university experience at the SLIIT Malabe Campus.
|AR 1110||Architectural Design: Design Studio 1||8.0|
|AR 1120||Architectural Design: Design Studio 2||8.0|
|AR 1130||Architectural Design: Experiencing Architecture and Documentation||2.0|
|AR 1210||Culture and Society: Sri Lankan Studies||2.0|
|AR 1220||Culture and Society: History of World Art and Architecture||2.0|
|AR 1230||Culture and Society: Social Studies||2.0|
|AR 1240||Culture and Society: History of Sri Lankan & Asian Art and Architecture||2.0|
|AR 1310||Environment: Nature Studies||2.0|
|AR 1320||Environment: Climate and Comfort||2.0|
|AR 1410||Construction Technology: Building Technology||2.0|
|AR 1420||Construction Technology : Structures 1||2.0|
|AR 1510||Visual Communications: Free Hand||2.0|
|AR 1520||Visual Communications : Colour and Graphics||2.0|
|AR 1710||Research and Communication: English||2.0|
|AR 2110||Architectural Design: Design Studio 3||8.0|
|AR 2120||Architectural Design: Design Studio 4||8.0|
|AR 2130||Architectural Design: Theory of Architecture and Design 1||2.0|
|AR 2140||Architectural Design: Theory of Architecture and Design 2||2.0|
|AR 2210||Culture and Society: Urban Studies and Planning 1||2.0|
|AR 2220||Culture and Society: Urban Studies and Planning 2||2.0|
|AR 2310||Environment: Site and Planning||2.0|
|AR 2320||Environment: Lighting and Acoustics||2.0|
|AR 2410||Construction Technology: Structures 2||2.0|
|AR 2420||Construction Technology: Building Services||2.0|
|AR 2430||Construction Technology : Building Construction||2.0|
|AR 2610||Profession and Practice : Building Regulations and law||2.0|
|AR 2510||Visual Communications: CAD 1||2.0|
|AR 2520||Visual Communications : CAD 2||2.0|
|6121ARSRI||Architectural Design 3 - Origination||20.0|
|6122ARSRI||Architectural Design 3 - Resolution||20.0|
|6123ARSRI||Comprehensive Design Project||40.0|
|6131ARSRI||Technology and Practice -03||20.0|