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Japan

At a Glance

Program Overview

The College of Architecture offers a program in Kyoto, Japan. Kyoto is located in the Kansai region of Japan; it is a very compact city making it a great place to explore. It offers a fantastic mix of architectural experiences from modern museums and art galleries to the traditional Japanese architecture of temples, shrines and castles. 

Students will be housed in twin rooms in a 3 star centrally located hotels; it also includes daily breakfast buffets and a welcome dinner for the group.

The program offers undergraduate courses in architecture. Course work may include studio projects addressing Japan culture, art, history, and civilization. All courses are delivered in English. Field trips to historic sites and contemporary architecture and landscape.

View more details on the Education Abroad Portal.

Courses

Summer Semester courses in Japan will include:

311. Field Studies in Design Communication. Credit 3.
Design communication in international and domestic environments away from the Texas A&M University campus; emphasis on the tools, methods, and techniques for design communication.

331. Field Studies in Design Philosophy. Credit 3.
Design philosophy in international and domestic environments away from the Texas A&M University campus; emphasis on the historical, philosophical, cultural, social and economic factors that influence design solution.

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Questions?

For more information about the program, please contact your academic advisor or the departmental coordinator:

University Studies:
Leslie Feigenbaum 
lfeigenbaum@arch.tamu.edu 

College of Architecture Advisor:
Michael Clement
mclement@arch.tamu.edu

Education Abroad Coordinator:
Erin Kibler
ekibler100@tamu.edu