The Architecture study program at BINUS UNIVERSITY has taken the steps to design the curriculum in order to anticipate the developments in information technology in the global era and market demand.

The subjects of the core curriculum are based on competences which have to be attained, these are: Personal Development, Science and Skills, Work Expertise, Work Behavior, and Involvement in Society. The minimum credits that have to be taken are 146 credits. This curriculum will allow the opportunity to increase the knowledge and technology of architecture, provide knowledge for those who want to be an entrepreneur in architectural work, and to pursue professional education or further studies in master program (S2) and doctorate program (S3).

The Architecture study program focus on producing graduates of architecture who are ready to work, innovative, completed with a concept of environmental care and strong cultural values. Mastery of information technology becomes a value-added as a graduate of Architecture of BINUS UNIVERSITY.


Famous for its reputation in Information Technology, BINUS UNIVERSITY has developed its expertise in the field of architecture that has orientation in computing or ICT either in design processing or in building operations. Architecture Department of Binus University updates with the development of information technology in architecture as today, industry requires employees to have mastery in information technology. Based on these qualifications, the architecture study program focused on the implementation of information of technology in the architectural design as the core competency in which this core competency has to be mastered by every student. The curriculum also has enrichment program such as internship and industrial experience for each student. The curriculum is based on both the National Curriculum and Architecture Study Program Association. Additionally, in order to fulfill the requirement of housing facility and sustainable development, the Architecture Study Program at BINUS UNIVERSITY also include “sustainable human settlement” as a part of its curriculum. All of the curriculum are supported by MCL (Multi Channel Learning) system namely BINUS Maya. It assists the students in the learning activity so that the students are able to study systematically integrated with BINUS Maya.

Elective Group
The objective of this group is to provide the students with the insight knowledge and skills required by business and industry. The materials for this group will always be updated in accordance with the latest market demands, so that graduates are ready to participate in and face the competition of the job market. The elective group contains of three concentration subjects (stream).

Concentration Subject (Stream)
1. Digital Architecture
This stream focuses on the insight of the ICT implementation on architectural design. The objective is to enable the students in integrating several architecture and simulation software in the architectural design that indeed the students will produce a variant architectural design that is resulted from a quantified simulation studies.
2. Interior Architecture
The focus of this stream is to integrate a deep knowledge of interior aspect on architectural design that enables students to produce design based on behavior and character of user, completed with information technology, the visualization of the design will appear more creative and realistic.
3. Real Estate
This stream adds several knowledge of economics as the modules. Therefore, the integration between architecture and the economic value enables students to produce creative and innovative design. The comprehensive teaching learning process enables students to understand various market demands.

All subjects of Architecture are distributed in 8 semesters. The concentration subjects (stream) are opened in the 4th Semester to 8th Semester.

Curriculum information & catalog:

The graduate of Architecture has the choice of a wide range of professions that include:

  1. Consultancy : Architect
  2. Construction : Engineer, contractor
  3. Construction Management : Construction Manager
  4. Banking : Credit Analyst (Appraisal)
  5. Property : Building Manager, Marketing, Real Estate Manager.
  6. Interior : Interior Designer
  7. Development : Planner, Urban Designer, Developer
  8. Information Technology : 3D Animator
  9. Research : Researcher
  10. Media (Printed or Electronic media) : Architecture Journalist, Writer, Editor.
  11. Independent Business : Freelance Architect
  12. Education : Lecturer and Instructor