Main Goals
  1. To understand the importance of lifelong learning and research, to acquire the awareness of the need to keep up with national and international developments and information related to the profession, to update oneself and to have sufficient knowledge of foreign languages,
  2. To acquire the ability to make use of acquired information and skills to identify and deal with issues in the bureau, in ateliers, field work and archaeological excavations, to distinguish among different factors, to collect, combine and interpret information, to develop solutions and to carry out production and repairs,
  3. To acquire the ability to work in harmony and methodically as an individual or as part of a team in bureaus, workshops, field work, and archaeological excavations and to develop interdisciplinary collaborations,
  4. To acquire the ability of critical thinking, to develop respect for other people’s intellectual products, to understand the importance of citing sources in researches or written products and to be able to present a subject selected from the field of profession,
  5. To acquire a basic level of computer use and the ability to use software and equipment as required by the profession,
  6. To be knowledgeable in traditional methods as well as the contemporary techniques required by one’s field of profession, to be able to use the necessary equipment, machinery and information technologies efficiently,
  7. To acquire the ability to make all kinds of drawings and projects related to one’s field of profession through the use of technical drawing, computer-aided drawing, and a variety of software,
  8. To acquire the ability to make measured drawings of traditional buildings and building elements, to analyze them, to establish their current states and to draw their restoration and restitution projects,
  9. To acquire ability in the use of photography in the preparation of inventories of movable and immovable cultural assets and of measured drawings,
  10. To acquire the necessary level of theoretical and practical knowledge regarding regulations, technical specifications, quantities, reconnoitering and allowances related to one’s field of profession,
  11. To be knowledgeable of the functions, materials, equipment and form, façade and interior characteristics, construction systems/construction technologies of traditional types of structure and building elements and to be able to repair them,
  12. To be knowledgeable about decoration and pattern techniques, materials, equipment and form characteristics and their traditional production techniques of traditional buildings and to be able to repair them,
  13. To be knowledgeable of the causes of degeneration in traditional buildings and of preservation methods,
  14. To be knowledgeable of basic principles and methods regarding restoration and conservation and the national and international preservation institutions and to implement professional ethical rules,
  15. To be knowledgeable of the history of civilization, history of art and architecture, to make proper use of this knowledge in practice and to be able to interpret it,
  16. To be knowledgeable of the characteristics, implementation, cause of degeneration, preservation methods of materials used in cultural assets, on the structure, characteristics and use of chemical substances used in their repair