Opportunities for PMU Architecture Graduates

In order to enhance the employment opportunities and options for female graduates of the PMU Architecture Program, the department will emphasize the use of technology and its application to creative problem solving. This focus will provide students with the necessary skills for working for a range of employers while being physically located in their homes. In addition, students will be trained in research that gives them an international perspective and a global competence. The skills can lead to employment possibilities that require specialized abilities in fields such as sustainability and special population needs. The faculty of the Department of Architecture regularly conducts surveys of the Eastern Province to determine what employment possibilities currently exist. Such surveys might be a component of the Architecture internship course, which is taught in students’ third or fourth year. The internship requirement can serve as a marketing tool for acquainting local and regional design-related companies with PMU students.