Curriculum 2016-2017

The John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design focuses on interdisciplinary training and research in architecture, art, and their allied landscape and urban practices. Our mission is to educate students, prepare professionals, and cultivate scholars who will play a leading role in creating more culturally engaged, ecologically sustainable, socially just, and artfully conceived environments. The Honours Bachelor of Arts aims to expose students to a broad range of knowledge, foster critical and creative thinking, and prepare students to compete effectively in professional environments that require complex technical and historical acumen and design-based solutions. Located in the heart of Toronto — a hub for creative practice and home to many of Canada’s most innovative artists, curators, architects, landscape architects, and urban designers — the Daniels Faculty is home to a prominent community of students, scholars, and art and design professionals committed to initiating new modes of research and practice tuned to a changing planet and the evolving needs of society. Throughout their course of study, undergraduate students at the Daniels Faculty are able to take advantage of a unique combination of Architectural and Visual Studies within the Faculty. In the first two years, students take six shared courses that introduce them to the shared histories and practices of design, art, and related technologies. Together, these studio and lecture courses provide students with an interdisciplinary perspective on the practice and discourse of art and design that establishes a foundation for more focused study in the upper years.

To find the official source of Program of Study (Subject POSt) and course information for the new curriculum visit the 2016-17 Academic Calendar.

To assist with understanding your options as a current student please review the supplementary information found on the Information for Current Students page.

The Daniels 2016-2017 Timetable will be posted shortly.