Architecture and Design

Architecture student

Bachelor of Design Computing

Three years full-time
UAC code: 511102

This course provides you with the theoretical and practical knowledge to design in both the physical and virtual worlds. It is a three-year degree (or four with honours) that focuses on the study of computer-based design, programming, interaction and modelling. You will design works such as interactive media, virtual environments, digital audio, information visualisation, mobile phone-based applications, and digital art. You will also work with sensors, information devices and high-end mobile phones.

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E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 75.00

Selection criteria:
You may be required to submit a portfolio showing your creative work, and attend an interview.


Bachelor of Design in Architecture

Three years full-time
UAC code: 511101

This three-year full-time degree focuses on the design of the built environment. It comprises mandatory core units of study augmented by electives that you can take either within the faculty or elsewhere in the University.

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E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 90.00

Selection criteria:
You may be required to submit a portfolio showing your creative work, and attend an interview.


Bachelor of Architecture and Environments

Three years full-time
UAC code: 511103

The Bachelor of Architecture and Environments (BAE) provides an architectural education which contextualises the architect within the emerging framework of the wider built environment.

The program provides you with career pathways to a wide range of professions in the field. Whether you choose to graduate with this course, or proceed to one of our range of professional master’s courses, the BAE provides the skills and knowledge to operate successfully in today’s complex and globalised construction industries.

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E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 80.00

Selection criteria:
You may be required to submit a portfolio showing your creative work, and attend an interview.


Faculty support

  • E12 Hotline, open mid January, to assist with enrolment enquiries
  • Personalised enrolment assistance
  • Welcome session for students and their parents or support people (in conjunction with orientation)
  • 'On track' meeting with Course Director or Year 1 liaison academic in week 2, 6 and 10 of Semester One and week 4, Semester Two