This extended time frame enables you to experience a cross‑disciplinary approach while still specialising in a specific area of professional interest.
Developed in consultation with a range of industry stakeholders, this degree culminates in an integrated studio unit where you will have the opportunity to apply your knowledge and demonstrate the skills required for successful teamwork in a complex, real‑world project.
The program also offers elective opportunities to participate in either an international field studio or an internship.
This program is open to graduates of the Bachelor of Architecture and Environments as well as a broad range of applicants interested in developing professional careers in environmental planning, urban policy, urban design, heritage conservation and policy, with specialisation in one area.
As a graduate, you will be a highly sought-after professional able to work across development, policymaking and design of the built environment.
You need to have completed the Bachelor of Architecture and Environments or a bachelor’s degree in planning, architecture, design, human geography and/or related fields in the sciences or humanities, or have completed an approved graduate certificate.
The following is an indicative progression for Master of Urbanism (Urban and Regional Planning Specialisation)
Credit points required per semester: 24
Total credit points required to complete degree: 96
Indicative progression based on Semester 1 enrolment.
Note: specialisations also available in Urban Design and Heritage Consulting.
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