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2014级城乡规划专业本科培养方案

 
 
一、专业名称和专业代码:
城乡规划  Urban Planning 080702
二、学科门类:工学
三、学制与学位:5年(学习年限48年),工学学士
四、培养目标和专业特色
              培养目标:本专业培养适应国家与社会城乡建设发展需要,具备坚实的城乡规划设计基础理论知识与应用实践能力,富有社会责   任感、团队精神和创新思维,具有国际视野和可持续发展理念、尊重地方历史文化,能在专业规划设计机构、管理机构、研究机构从事城乡规划设计及其相关的开发与管理、教学与研究等方面工作的城乡规划复合型高级人才。
专业特色:以城乡规划学为主干,依托建筑学学科,兼修城市科学所涉及的相关学科内容,强调“厚基础、宽口径、强能力、高素质”专业培养。围绕“立足首都,面向全国,依托建筑行业,服务城乡建设”的办学定位,培养适应行业需求的城乡规划专业本科毕业生。
        五、培养规格和基本要求
       本专业学生主要学习城乡规划的基本知识与基础理论,接受城乡规划原理、程序、方法以及设计表达等方面的基本训练,具备处理城乡发展与自然环境、社会环境、历史遗产的复杂关系的基本能力,并具有从事城乡规划设计和城乡规划管理工作的基本素质。
毕业生应具备以下素质和能力:
      1.具备高尚的职业道德修养和正确的价值观、扎实的自然科学和人文社会科学基础、良好的专业素质、人文修养和身心素质;具备国际视野、现代意识和健康的人际交往意识;
      2具有外语应用能力和计算机应用能力;
      3.掌握城乡规划与设计的概念、原理、程序与方法;掌握城乡可持续发展技术的基础知识;掌握区域分析与规划的理论与方法;掌握城乡道路与交通系统规划的基本知识与方法;具有调查分析、组织和研究能力、规划编制和管理能力、规划设计能力、交往沟通与表达能力;
      4.掌握《城乡规划法》的基本内容,了解有关城乡规划和管理的法规、规章及规范性文件;
      5.具有建筑设计、景观规划设计、城市交通道路系统规划基本能力;
      6.了解城乡环境与地理、城乡经济、城乡社会、城乡历史文化、城乡建设和管理、城乡工程基础设施等相关知识,具有城乡规划中应用相关知识的能力;
      7.了解城乡规划领域的发展动态,具有一定的前瞻预测能力、综合思维能力、专业分析能力、公正处理能力、共识建构能力以及协同创新能力。
 
六、主干学科
城乡规划学
七、主干课程
根据《全国高等学校城市规划专业本科(五年)教育评估标准(试行)》、《高等学校城乡规划学科本科指导性专业规范(2013年版)》,以及城乡规划学一级学科调整的相关文件要求,本专业课程设置围绕城乡规划学一级学科下的六个研究方向,在学校的大平台课程基础上,设置学科基础课、专业核心设计课、专业核心理论课,同时辅以宽基础、宽知识面的基础课与选修课程,构成完整的专业培养课程体系。
1.主干基础课程(4门)
1)大学英语(系列) 2)设计初步(系列) (3)数字化设计(系列) (4)美术(系列)
2.主干专业课程(11门)
(1)城市规划原理(系列 )(2)规划师业务基础 (3)建筑设计 (系列) (4)城市规划设计 (系列) (5)城市地理学 (6)城市生态学 (7)城市经济学 (8)城市交通规划 (9)城市市政工程 (10)城市规划概论 (11)中外城市建设史。    
八、主要实践教学环节
1.主要实验
1)课程实验类:数字化设计实验、地理信息系统实验、影像实验、色彩管理实验、模型实验、工程测量实验、建筑结构形态实验、城市物理环境实验、设计心理实验、设计展示实验等。
2.主要实践环节
1)课程专用周类:设计课专用周(系列)、大学英语专用周、集中考试与评图专用周等。
2)课程实习类:工程测量实习、美术实习、园林植物实习、地理信息系统实习、城市交通工程实习、城市认识实习、城市市政工程实习、数字化设计实习(协同设计)、城市规划设计实习(系列)、建筑结构形态实习、城市物理环境实习、专业设计方向选题实习(调研)、历史城市与建筑保护实习、城市环境保护实习、规划师业务实习、设计创新科技活动等。
3)毕业设计类:毕业设计(开题)、毕业实习、毕业设计、毕业展览、毕业答辩。
九、毕业合格标准
1.本专业毕业班学生在开始毕业设计(开题)”前必须修满先修课程学分。
2.本专业毕业设计实行中期检查制。中期检查(含复审)结论为不通过者,不能继续在本年级进行毕业设计,须按照弹性学制相关规定,降级重修毕业设计
3.本专业要求的毕业最低总学分数为214学分。其中,理论教学类最低总学分数为144.5学分(课内理论教学总学时2312学时);单独设置的实践教学环节为61.5学分。校级选修课最低修读8学分,具体参见《北京建筑大学本科学生学业修读管理规定》。
十、教学进程表(见附表)
十一、教学安排一览表(见附表)
十二、实践教学环节一览表(见附表)
十三、课程结构比例
         1.课内理论教学包括:
        (1)通识教育35学分,百分比24.2%; 
        (2)学科基础37学分,百分比25.6%;
        (3)专业教育72.5学分,百分比50.2%; 其中专业设计44学分,百分比30.4%;专业基础9学分,百分比6.2%;专业技术12.5学分,百分比8.7%。专业史论7学分,百分比4.8%
          2.实践教学共计69学分(课内实验120学时,折合实践教学7.5学分),占总学分33.5%。 
         
3.必修/选修比例
必修课总学分119.5学分(包括必修课和限选课),占理论教学总学分比例为78.4%,选修课(包括校级和院级选修课)33学分,占理论教学总学分比例为21.6%
 
I.            Program Name and Code
Urban Planning080702
II.         Disciplines
Engineering
III.       Length of Schooling and Degree
5 years (allowing time: 4 to 8 years), Bachelor of Engineering
IV.       Program Objectives and Characteristics
Training objectives:
To train the high-level talents to meet the needs of the development of the states and the society, with a solid foundation of theoretical knowledge and practical application ability, with the sense of social responsibility, teamwork and innovative thinking, a global vision and concept of sustainable development, respecting for local history and culture. To train the inter- disciplinary talents to work for the professional planning and design institutions, management organizaitons, research institutions engaging in the designing and planning town and country in development and management, teaching and research field.
Professional Characteristics:
Based on the profession of urban planning, as well as the profession of architecture, involving related displines of urban study, with a focus on “thick foundation, wide caliber, strong ability, high-quality”in professional training. The task is for the purpose of “based on the capital, facing the country, relying on the construction industry, serving urban construction”, to train the graduates to meet the needs of the industry.
V.         Student Learning Outcomes
The students mainly learn basic knowledge and basic theory of urban and rural planning, acquire basic training in principles, procedures, methods and expression and other aspects in planning, to be equipped with the basic capabilities to handle the complex relationship between urban development and the natural environment, social environment and historical heritage, and be capable of dealing with the work in design and management in town and rural planning.
Graduates should have the following qualities and abilities:
1. With lofty professional ethics and proper values, solid natural sciences and humanities and social science foundation, good professional quality, humanities and mental and physical qualities; international perspective, the modern consciousness and healthy interpersonal awareness;
2. With foreign language skills and computer skills;
3. To grasp the concept, principles, procedures and methods in urban and rural planning and design; to grasp the basic technology of sustainable urban and rural development; to grasp the theories and methods of regional analysis and planning; to master the basic knowledge and methods of urban and rural roads in transportation system planning; to ba capable to complete investigation and analysis, organizations and research, planning and management, planning and design, as well as communication and interaction skills;
4. To master the contents of "Town and Country Planning Act", to learn the rules and regulations in urban and rural planning and management;
5. To master the basic skills in architectural design, landscape planning and design, urban transportation planning;
6. To learn the knowledge of urban and rural environment and geography, urban and rural economy and society, history and culture of urban and rural areas, urban and rural construction and management, urban and rural infrastructure, with the ability to apply the knowledge of urban and rural planning;
7. To understand developments in the field of urban and rural planning, to have some predictive ability, comprehensive thinking ability, professional analytical skills, impartiality processing capabilities, the ability to construct a consensus and collaborative innovation.
VI.       Major disciplines
Urban and Rural Planning
VII.    Major Courses
According to relevant documents of "National Urban Planning Undergraduate Colleges (Five-year) Educational Assessment (Trial)", "Undergraduate Colleges Guidance Of Professional Norms in Urban And Rural Planning Discipline (2013 edition)", as well as the requirements in the documents of curriculum adjustment, our courses are set on the six displines, based on the platform offered by the university, i.e. professional basic courses, professional core design courses, professional core theory courses, supplemented by the basic courses and elective courses which are broad-based, wide knowledge, so as to form a complete professional training curriculum.
1Main Basic Courses (4)
1Basic Courses Group of General EducationCollege English(Series)
2Basic Courses Group of DesignPreliminary Design (series)Graphic Thinking and Expression (Series), Digital Design (Series), Art (Series).
2Main Courses (11)
1Basic Course Group: Urban Planning Principles (Series), Basic Business of Urban Planners, Architectural Design and Principles (Series), Urban Planning and Design Principles (Series);
2Professional and Technical Courses Group: Urban Geography, Urban Ecology, Urban Economics, Urban Traffic Engineering,
3Professional History Courses Groupthe Introduction of Urban Planning, History of City Development.
VIIIMajor Practical Training
1Main Experiments:
1Category of Experiment Courses: Digital Design Experiments, Geographic Information Systems Experiments, Experimental Video, Color Management Experiments, Model Experiments, Engineering Measurement Experiment, Building Structure and Morphology Experiments, Urban Physical Environment Experiments, Design Psychological Experiments, Design Exhibition Experiments.
2Main Practices:
 (1) Special week: 1) Design Studio (series) 2) College English 3) the examination and design review
(2) Practice Courses: Engineering Surveying Practice, Art Practices, Practices of Gardening Botanics, Practices of Geographic Information Systems, Practices of Urban Transportation Engineering, Practices of Urban Study, Practices of Urban Municipal Engineering, Practices of Digital Design (co-design), Practices of urban planning and design (series), Practices of Architectural Structure, Practices of Urban Physical Evironment, Practices of Professional Design (Investigation), Practices of Conservation of Historic Cities and Building, Practices of Urban Environment Protection, Practices of Registered Urban Planner, Practices of Creative Design Activities.
(3) Diploma Design: 1) Announcement for design project 2) Graduation practice3) Graduation design 4) Graduation exhibition 5) Design defence
IX. Graduation Requirements
1Students must get credits of prerequisite courses before they start the diploma design.
2Students must finish the mid-term inspection and examination of the diploma design.
Students who get “not pass” in the mid-term examination (including recheck) will have to stop the ongoing diploma design, and then are given the chance to apply for the next diploma design according to the relevant regulations of “flexible educational system (4-8 years )”.
3Students need get 214 credits (the minimum of total credits) during their 5-year study, including of 144.5 credits (equivalent to a minimum total hours of 2312 hours) and 61.5 credits ( the minimum credits of practical courses)
The minimum credits for University Elective Courses are 8, referring to “The Management Regulations for Undergraduate Students of BUCEA”
X. Table of Teaching Program see the attached sheet
XI. Table of Teaching Arrangementsee the attached sheet
XII. Table of Practice Teaching Arrangement see the attached sheet
XIII. Curriculum composition    
1.Theory Teaching
(1) Courses in General Education: 35 credits, 22.9%
(2) Courses in Basic Specialty Education: 37 credits,25.6%;
(3) Courses in Specialty Education72.5 credits, 44%, including 44 credits, 27.1% for professional design; 9 credits, 6.2% for Basic Specialty; 12.5 credits, 8.7% for professional technology; and 7credits,4.8% for professional history and theory.
2.Practice Teaching69 credits, 33.5%
3. Required Course/Electives
Total credits of compulsory courses: 119.5, 78.4%Total credits of elective courses: 33 credits, 21.6%