The curriculum of the School of Architecture is divided into 3 fields, which are namely the Planning, the Structural Engineering, and the Environmental Engineering domains, according to the objects and methodologies of each of these study areas.

< Planning >
Planning is the field aiming for clarifying the spatial compositional principles in housings, various building complexes and urban-regional spaces, and also for the education and research on the theories and methodologies in architectural planning, urban planning, urban design, project management, and etc. In addition, by the process of studying the historical development of architecture revolutions, it is to help nurturing students' insight in space planning and modeling skills for space creation.

< Structural Engineering >
Structural Engineering is the study of the construction of enduring buildings which can also stand against natural hazards such as earthquakes and typhoons. The progressive advancement of structural engineering technology makes it possible to bring off superstructures such as super skyscrapers, all-weather big scale baseball stadiums, and etc. In addition, this advancement implies the potential of further expansion of design theories, architectonic methods and construction skills, as well as the opportunity to exercise the potential application of knowledge gained in natural science.

< Environmental Engineering >
Environmental Engineering is the study of building system planning, which can bring off relatively more comfortable habitual space by the analysis of physical phenomenon of environmental factors such as heat, air, light, sound and etc., and the related physiologic and psychological impact on human body. In recent years, the concern towards environmental safety is getting more important, due to the increasing correlation of global environmental crisis with architectural and urban problems, and remarkable technological progression of computerization which together cause the higher and various demands on architectural advancement. We are aimed to nurture the problem solving capability in regards to issues based upon natural, cultural and social sciences.

To become an architect or a building engineer, the students are expected to master the skills and the fundamental theories in various related domains. Hence, the curriculum is composed of courses starting from the relatively fundamental subjects to the professional ones, and courses which allow students to revive as much as possible their individual talents accordingly.

For mastering advanced professional academic knowledge and researching skills, there are more than half of our graduates proceed their studies further to Master Programs (offered by the Department of Architectural and Architectural Engineering, the Department of Urban and Environmental Engineering, the Disaster Prevention Research Institute which is formed by the affiliations of Graduate Schools, and etc.