Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Notre Dame’s new Master of Architecture program provides a unique education, in the heart of Fremantle. In ethically, socially and environmentally responsible architecture where you are part of a small cohort of creative, critical–thinking students, embedded in architectural practice. Architecture enhances people’s lives through the creation of meaningful human environments. Many key challenges of contemporary society—such as sustainability, housing affordability, ageing-in-place, city living and community building—often involve spatial issues. Architecture applies a holistic way of thinking and acting to combine creative design processes and technical skills with understandings of human, cultural and environmental issues.
Must complete a minimum of 400 Units of Credit
Standard entry requirements
- Students with a bachelor-level degree in architecture, interior architecture, or its equivalent knowledge base, will enter into the two-year Master’s program. The application process will include an interview based on a portfolio of bachelor-level work, including any relevant professional work
- Advanced standing and/or recognition of prior learning may be available towards this program by application to the Dean, or delegate, and in accordance with the University’s General Regulations.