Architecture consists of two artistic and technical aspects. Subjects such as Designing, Aesthetics and decorating facades and plans refer to arts and Concrete and Metal Structures, Mechanics of Material, Statics, Mechanical and Electrical Facilities indicate the technical aspect of the discipline.
Architecture students should, in addition to designing ability and the power of visualization and creativity, should be skilled in mathematics, particularly geometry because learning architecture techniques depend on subjects such as applied geometry, perspectives and scenery geometry, mathematics and statistics.
Architecture graduates can take on technical design of several types of buildings. Architects, in addition to designing structures, could design or supervise residential architectures.