Architecture Department

Vision

The Department of Architecture will act as an excellent center for architectural studies and research in Afghanistan and the world. Graduates of this department are known as experienced architects of the country and thus will contribute to the development of the country.

The main view of the Architectural Department of Kabul University is that it is a center and system of higher specialized architectural engineering education that not only meets the needs of Afghanistan's development and progress in terms of quantity and quality in terms of contemporary demands; Rather, it competes with the academic standards of regional and world universities.

Kabul University Architectural Department is the first and most prestigious specialized architectural scientific center in the country, which trains technical staff for architectural design projects as well as training scientific staff for all of Afghanistan and higher architecture education with quality and standards appropriate to the needs of society and the labor market.

Architecture Department by providing excellent quality services to all compatriots who have academic and study qualifications; Teaching presentation; Research and lead national projects for growth; Development and progress of the country with graduates who meet the demands of society; Address professional and specialized demands in the country.

Mission

Architecture department of Kabul University, has been established for the scientific development of the country with the aim of training community specialists, expanding knowledge frontiers, solving architectural problems in the community, and in a wide range of undergraduate departments to train specialists needed by the community. It operates at various operational, educational and research levels with a special emphasis on engineering.

This department always puts the development of educational and research facilities and infrastructure to comply with valid international standards and customer satisfaction at the forefront of its goals and pursues its operational policies accordingly.

Educational objectives:

The educational goals of this field are generally the technical and professional development of architectural engineering, but in general, the following topics can be listed in the form of educational goals of this field. It should be noted that our students will be able to achieve the following achievements after completing the five-year course.

  • Having sufficient information in the field of architectural principles and principles.
  • Provide quality higher education for undergraduate students in order to empower successful and innovative graduates for the community.
  • Improving professional quality, group work skills, graduate analysis skills for designing and adapting different buildings
  • Providing the ground for providing high quality theoretical and practical courses in various departments of engineering and the ability of graduates in the field to implement and implement construction projects
  • Understand and know how to draw maps with free hand and engineering tools and programs.
  • Full familiarity with the majority of building elements and how they are presented in the drawings.
  • Familiarity with building materials and how to use them in projects.
  • How to use and collect information from textbooks.
  • How to gather the necessary information of a project from the field.
  • Acquiring knowledge in the design of different types of buildings.
  • Implementation and regulation of office and field affairs of construction and development projects.
  • Gaining understanding and knowledge in urban issues and receiving solutions to urban problems.
  • Recognizing the cultural, cultural and social issues of the society and its connection with the fields of engineering and urban planning.
  • How to reach an agreement with building contractors.
  • Familiarity with environmentally sustainable buildings.
  • Familiarity with color and its physical and chemical properties along with its psychological effects on humans and how to use it inside and outside the building.
  • Familiarity with the ways of presenting projects and familiarity with group work.
  • Familiarity with computer programs to draw projects.
  • Have sufficient information about engineering principles and principles.
  • Understanding and knowledge of drawing maps with free hand and engineering tools
  • Complete familiarity with all the elements of buildings and how they are presented in the map
  • Familiarity with all building materials and how to use them in projects
  • Obtaining information in the study system and gathering information about a project from the field and textbooks
  • Gaining knowledge in the design of different types of repairs
  • Implementation and regulation of office and field affairs of construction projects.
  • Gaining understanding and knowledge in urban issues and receiving solutions to urban problems.
  • Understanding the cultural, cultural and social issues of the community and its connection with repairs.
  • How to reach out to repair clients
  • Familiarity with sustainable engineering
  • Familiarity with colors and features and how to repair inside and out.
  • Familiarity with the ways of presenting projects and familiarity with group work.
  • Familiarity with computer programs to draw projects.
  • Reasonable solution of any theoretical and practical engineering problems according to scientific principles in an appropriate manner
  • Planning and construction of various residential, utility and production repairs according to internationally accepted standards
  • Planning the planning of new settlements and residential areas
  • Planning, managing and organizing construction projects with new and modern technology
  • Study and research on the effects of climatic factors and natural conditions of the area above the plan and building repairs.
  • Reviving the identity of Afghan engineering, studying the architectural art of Afghanistan and issues of engineering and urban planning of other countries.
  • Acquisition of engineering knowledge and skills in order to participate in the process of design, reconstruction and reconstruction of the country;
  • Knowing the rules, principles, norms of architectural design standards and using it in practical design work and construction projects;
  • Knowledge of building materials and its use in construction projects
  • Recognition of traditional and traditional building methods and its use in the reconstruction of the country
  • Acquiring the necessary skills in the field of contract preparation in the form of formal and informal methods
  • Development of scientific research skills, drawing maps according to national and international standards, project analysis and design, project management and leadership
  • And finally reviving the Afghan architectural identity that has been sadly forgotten.

Followings are the members of this department:

1.     Mohammad Saraj Sharifzai

2.     Sadruddin Tajik

3.     Aashoqullah Faryad

4.     Fawad Omar

5.     Ayaz Hosham Fazeel

6.     Naweed Ahmad Hashemi

7.     Mirous Arghandiwal

8.     Rashed Mushkan

9.     Farhad Alavi

Architecture Department; Curriculum

First Semester

Subject Code

Subject Name

Credit

Lecture (Lec)

Studio or Lb.

Re- citation

Pre requisite

 

Faculty

 

Category

ENGL 101

English I

3

2

0

2

No

English

General

MATH 101

Calculus 01

4

3

0

2

No

EF

Basic

ME

101

Graphic01

3

1

6

0

No

EF

Basic

EE

101

Intr. Eng.

3

2

0

2

No

EF

General

PHYS 101

Physic 01

4

3

0

2

No

EF

Basic

IS

101

Islamic 01

1

1

0

0

No

Islamic

General

HIST 101

History of Afg.

1

1

0

0

No

Social Science

General

Total

 

19

13

6

8

 

 

 

 

Second Semester

Subject Code

Subject Name

Credit

Lecture (Lec)

Studio or Lb.

Re- citation

Pre requisite

Faculty

 

Category

ENGL 102

English I

3

2

0

2

ENGL 101

English

General

MATH 102

Calculus 02

4

3

0

2

MATH 01

EF

Basic

CHEM 101

 Eng. Chemist

3

2

0

2

No

EF

Basic

AR

101

Arch. Graphic

3

1

6

0

ME 101

EF

Specialty

PHYS 102

Physic 02

4

3

0

2

PHYS 101

EF

Basic

IS

101

Islamic 02

1

1

0

0

No

Islamic

General

Total

 

18

12

6

8

 

 

 

Second Year

Third Semester

Subject Code

Subject Name

Credit

Lecture (Lec)

Studio or Lb.

Re- citation

Pre requisite

 

Faculty

 

Category

ENGL 203

English III

3

2

0

2

ENGL 102

English

General

AR 201

Design 01

4

1

9

0

AR 101

EF

Basic

AR 213

 History of Arch.

2

2

0

0

No

EF

Basic

CE 201

Statics

3

2

0

2

PHYS 102 MATH102

EF

General

AR 211

Arch. Sketch

2

0

0

4

No

EF

Basic

AR 229

Color in Arch.

2

2

0

0

No

Art

General

IS  101

Islamic 03

1

1

0

0

No

Islamic

General

Total

 

17

10

9

8

 

 

 

 

Forth Semester

Subject Code

Subject Name

Credit

Lecture (Lec)

Studio or Lb.

Re- citation

Pre requisite

Faculty

 

Category

ENGL 204

English IV

3

2

0

2

ENGL 203

English

General

AR 202

Design 02

4

1

9

0

AR 201

EF

Specialty

AR 214

 History of Arch.

2

2

0

0

AR 213

EF

Specialty

CE 202

  SOM

4

3

3

0

CE 201

EF

Specialty

AR 212

Arch. Sketch2

2

0

0

4

AR 211

EF

Specialty

AR 216

Construction 01

3

3

0

0

No

EF

Specialty

IS  204

Islamic 04

1

1

0

0

No

Islamic

General

Total

 

19

12

12

6

 

 

 

SOM: Strength of Materials

Third Year

Fifth Semester

Subject Code

Subject Name

Credit

Lecture (Lec)

Studio or Lb.

Re- citation

Pre requisite

 

Faculty

 

Category

AR 303

Design 03

5

2

9

0

AR 202

EF

Specialty

AR 315

History of Arch

2

2

0

0

AR 214

EF

Specialty

AR 317

SES

3

3

0

0

AR 216

EF

Specialty

CE 304

Survey 01

3

1

0

4

MATH 01 EE101

EF

Basic

CE 302

Struct. Analyze

4

3

0

2

CE 202

EF

Basic

IS  305

Islamic 05

1

1

0

0

No

Islamic

General

Total

 

18

12

9

6

 

 

 

SEE: Sustainable Environmental Systems         

Sixth Semester

Subject Code

Subject Name

Credit

Lecture (Lec)

Studio or Lb.

Re- citation

Pre requisite

Faculty

 

Category

AR 304

Design 04

5

2

9

0

AR 303

EF

Specialty

AR 330

Construction 02

3

3

0

0

AR 216

EF

Specialty

AR 319

 Mech. Equip. 1

3

3

0

0

No

EF

Specialty

CE 306

Concrete                 01

4

3

0

2

CE 302

EF

Basic

CE 309

Survey 02

3

1

0

4

CE 304

EF

Basic

IS  306

Islamic 6

1

1

0

0

No

Islamic

General

Total

 

19

13

9

6

 

 

 

Mech. Equip: Mechanical Equipment

 

Fourth Year

Seventh Semester

Subject Code

Subject Name

Credit

Lecture (Lec)

Studio or Lb.

Re- citation

Pre requisite

 

Faculty

 

Category

AR 405

Design 05

5

2

9

0

AR 304

EF

Specialty

 AR 428

CAD in Arch.

3

3

0

0

No

EF

Specialty

AR 420 *

Mech. Equip.2

3

3

0

0

AR 319

EF

Specialty

AR 421 *

N. Tech. Elective

3

3

0

0

No

EF

Specialty

AR 422 *

Envir. Design

3

3

0

0

No

EF

Specialty

IS  407

Islamic 07

1

1

0

0

No

Islamic

General

Total

 

18

15

9

0

 

 

 

* Mech. Equip: Mechanical Equipment N.Tech. Elective: Non-Technical Elective

  Envir: Environment

Eighth Semester

Subject Code

Subject Name

Credit

Lecture (Lec)

Studio or Lb.

Re- citation

Pre requisite

Faculty

 

Category

AR 406

Design 06

5

2

9

0

AR 405

EF

Specialty

AR 423

    Site planning

3

2

3

0

AR 405

EF

Specialty

AR 424

 Urban Theory

3

3

0

0

AR 315

EF

Specialty

AR 425

Interior Design

3

3

0

0

AR 405

EF

Specialty

CE 417

Steel Design

3

2

0

2

No

EF

Basic

IS  408

Islamic 08

1

1

0

0

No

Islamic

General

Total

 

18

13

12

2

 

 

 

 

Fifth Year

Ninth Semester

Subject Code

Subject Name

Credit

Lecture (Lec)

Studio or Lb.

Re- citation

Pre requisite

 

Faculty

 

Category

AR 507

Design 07

5

2

9

0

AR 406

EF

Specialty

AR 526

Topics in Arch.

4

4

0

0

No

EF

Specialty

AR 526 *

Project Progr.

2

2

0

0

No

EF

Specialty

AR 527 *

Tech. Elective

3

3

0

0

No

EF

Specialty

AR 529 *

N. Tech Elective

3

3

0

0

No

EF

Specialty

Total

 

17

14

9

0

 

 

 

* Project Progr: Project programming   * Tech. Elective: Technical Elective                                   * N. technical elective: Non- Technical Elective

Tenth Semester

Subject Code

Subject Name

 Credit

Lecture (Lec)

Studio or Lb.

Re- citation

Pre requisite

 Faculty

 

Category

AR 508

Urban Design

5

2

9

0

AR 423  & AR 424

EF

Specialty

CE 468

Const. Manage.

3

3

0

0

No

EF

Basic

AR 530

Art history

2

2

0

0

No

Art

Specialty

AR 535  *

Tech. Elective

3

3

0

0

No

EF

Specialty

AR 532 *

No. Tech Elective

4

4

0

0

No

EF

Specialty

Total

 

17

14

9

0

 

 

 

* Const. Manage: Construction Management   *Tech. Elective: Technical Elective                     * No. Tech. Elective: Non- Technical Elective

گالری رسانه

Pictures album of the courtyard of Kabul University after a gentle and beautiful rain

Academic and research conference entitled "Study and Management of Afghanistan Water" to welcome the opening of Kamal Khan Dam

The National Seedlings Campaign at Kabul University Campus

Inauguration of the new building of Faculty of Public Policy and Mathematics of Kabul University

The Sympathy Video of the Silk Road Universities Students with their Friends at Kabul University