Architecture

Level: Postgraduate coursework

Around the world, the role of the architect is increasingly to move seamlessly, and with agility and expertise, between different environmental and design disciplines in different cultural and climatic contexts, and to make sense of, and create the contemporary world. It is with this in mind that our Master of Architecture program has been developed.

The Master of Architecture is a 2-year full-time program, consisting of 96 credit points or 24 credit points per semester. The program centres on design studios, with students completing one per semester in the areas of:

* Urban Architecture;
* Sustainable Architecture;
* Digital Architecture; and a
* Graduation Studio.

The studios are structured to respond to the critical issues facing contemporary architectural design and draw on the extensive areas of expertise across a range of design disciplines. Each studio is supported by taught units in history and theory, advanced architectural technologies and practice. Between them, the studios and core support units make up 78 credit points within the program, leaving 18 credit points (usually three units of study) for you choose from a wide range of elective units in order to extend your knowledge and skills into other related areas.

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