The goal of the architecture program is to:
- Give the student broad, theoretical architecture-oriented knowledge, which he will successfully use in architectural design.
- The student should acquire multifaceted (synthetic) theoretical and practical knowledge based on research, so that he can bring architectural directions into unity based on systematic analysis.
- Using global architectural values, the student will be able to design in historical and urban environments, taking into account the principles of sustainable architecture, safety and professional ethics.
The Caucasus University architecture program is a candidate for membership in the world's most famous and prestigious professional association, the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA). This provides students and graduates with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to receive the highest quality education in one of the most sought-after fields, as well as a diploma recognized on the international market, after completing the program.
Caucasus University's English-language architecture program is the first and only one in Georgia to receive the status of a candidate of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA).
RIBA membership gives Caucasus University's English-language architecture program, its students and graduates, benefits such as a degree with the highest quality mark, teaching focused on contemporary challenges, access to RIBA student awards and the President's Medal, the opportunity to receive the RIBA Student Annual Scholarship, which provides financial support for students. Also, access to the architectural literature of one of the largest libraries in the world, the opportunity to participate in RIBA competitions and discussions, constant information about new norms and regulations, because RIBA is the guarantor of modern values of architecture.