Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The course is a two-year Master of Architecture. The Master of Architecture builds upon your undergraduate architectural knowledge, providing you with advanced understanding in architectural design and research, contextual studies, technology and science, and studies for professional practice. Throughout your course, you’ll learn from practicing architects and leading researchers with strong local and international industry connections. Our curriculum employs a strong focus on sustainable systems and the application of advanced digital design tools to address sustainability at every stage of the architectural process. Upon graduating, you’ll meet the academic requirements for membership of the Australian Institute of Architects. Graduates who have also completed two years of practical architectural experience, of which at least one year is postgraduate architectural experience, will be eligible to undertake the Architectural Practice Examination, enabling you to be eligible for registration with any Board of Architects in Australia.
- To meet the course requirements for this course, you must complete a total of 192 credit points, made up of: four design studio units (24 credit points each)
- eight core units (12 credit points each).
Standard entry requirements
- A recognised Australian 3-year architecture bachelor degree with a GPA of 4.5 (or equivalent)
- OrA recognised Australian 3-year architecture bachelor degree plus six months full-time (or equivalent) relevant Australian professional experience under the supervision of a registered architect
- OrA recognised overseas three-year architecture bachelor degree plus an approved design portfolio
- OrAny completed degree plus passed the entire first year of a recognised Australian 3-year Master of Architecture (or equivalent) with a GPA of 4.5 (or equivalent).
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|Gardens Point||International: $16,800||No|