The First Semester emphasizes understanding Human Habitat as a System by recognising the underlying relationships, determinants evolving through history and documenting the morphology. The analysis methods assist in objectively understanding the habitat. The supportive courses provide a theoretical understanding to interpret the Habitat Systems.
The Second Semester accentuates the complexities of habitat and the nuances of regenerating existing habitat systems. The supportive courses assist students in gaining legislative and ecological perspective to habitats.
The Third Semester introduces students to dynamic parameters which determine the future Habitat Systems through Green field Development Projects. The supportive courses expose students to complexities of infrastructure within Habitat Systems.
The Fourth Semester offers an opportunity for students to demonstrate the comprehensive understanding of habitat system through project strengthened by research and documentation.
The internship of 8 weeks between Second and Third semester assists in evolving a practical approach. The electives at all levels assist in further strengthening the relevance of the program.