Master of Philosophy - Architecture (By Research)

Curtin University

This research course is designed for those with a Bachelor of Architecture with honours, a Bachelor of Architecture with a minimum of three years' experience and graduates from other three-year and four-year degrees holding an honours pass seeking to advance knowledge by research in an aspect of the field of architecture.

Entry Requirements:

Specifically, applicants require a Bachelor of Architecture with first or second-class honours or a Bachelor of Architecture with a minimum of three years practical experience. Applicants without an honours degree may be required to undertake a research methods unit. Applicants with honours degrees in comparable fields, such as engineering, planning, building and social sciences may be considered. Applicants from disciplines other than architecture may be required to undertake relevant preparatory units prior to submission of candidacy.

Structure:

The content of the degree should be determined in consultation with the Postgraduate Coordinator of the Faculty of Built Environment, Art and Design. Students without prior studies in research methods and statistical data analysis will be required to undertake relevant preparatory units. This will increase the stated course duration.

Subjects you can Study:

Architecture

Further information:

Curtin University course code: MR-ARCH

Accepts International Students:

Yes

Provider CRICOS: 00301J

Related Careers:

Architect,
Campus ATAR/OP Mid Year Intake Study Mode Duration
Bentley (main campus) No info Yes Online 2 years
Bentley (main campus) No info Yes Full time 2 years
Bentley (main campus) No info Yes Part time 4 years

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