A new architecture and planning curriculum project for students to develop design ideas for King Saud University’s campus has been launched by the Projects Deputyship in collaboration with the College of Architecture and Planning. New curriculum at the Department of Architecture and Department of Planning have been launched to help students develop and new and innovative design concepts for the area between the Prince Salman Central Library; the central mosque; and the academic passage of the scientific, humanitarian, and medical faculties. Professors from the departments will provide guidance for the student’s designs, to be used in future developments of the area. As part of the project, participating student’s in the Department of Planning were devided into to three groups to focus on the scientific, humanitarian, and medical areas. The new venture is part of the Projects Deputyship’s efforts to collaborate with KSU’s Colleges to take advantage of available resources and excellence among students and faculty. The Assistant Vice President for operating projects, Abdurahman I. Ammar, said he hopes that such collaboration will produce creative solutions to improve and develop KSU’s campus, and enable students to gain practical experience through the study of real projects.
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