1. Research and Inquiry.
Graduates of the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning will be able to create new knowledge and understanding through the process of research and inquiry.
1.1 exercise critical thinking and conduct empirical and creative research in producing new knowledge and understanding;
1.2 identify and analyse problems, and devise strategies for their solution creatively and imaginatively;
1.3 integrate knowledge and methods from related disciplines into their work through collaboration;
1.4 recognise limits of their own knowledge.
2. Information Literacy
Graduates of the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning will be able to use information effectively in a range of contexts.
2.1 recognise relevant information needs and be familiar with methods to locate, access and use information effectively;
2.2 understand economic, legal, social, political, cultural, intellectual property and other issues that may arise in using information.
3. Personal and Intellectual Autonomy
Graduates of the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning will be able to work independently, in a way that is informed by openness, curiosity and a desire to meet new challenges.
3.1 be independent learners who take responsibility for their own lifelong learning, and engage in continuous reflection, self-evaluation and self-improvement;
3.2 be able to evaluate feedback from other people reflectively and proactively;
3.3 propose and develop effective and innovative techniques, designs and solutions independently.
4. Ethical, Social and Professional Understanding
Graduates of the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning will hold personal values and beliefs consistent with their role as responsible members of local, national, international and professional communities.
4.1 understand and accept social, cultural, and environmental responsibilities as global citizens;
4.2 have a deep respect for diversity and work with others in ways that value their dignity;
4.3 demonstrate effective collaborative and leadership skills.
Graduates of the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning will recognise and value communication as a tool for negotiating and creating new understanding, interacting with others, and furthering their own learning.
5.1 possess a professional standard of oral, written, quantitative, visual and other forms of communication relevant to their fields of study.