Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The Master of Architecture expands your knowledge in architecture, design and innovative strategies through creativity. You will develop skills through advanced study of critical architectural futures and its integration of current cultural studies, environmental resiliency, sustainable design, technological advancement and social and theoretical issues. This prepares you for contemporary professional practice. You’ll also undertake studies of ethical, evaluative and research frameworks which underpin the architecture field. You’ll have access to Deakin’s impressive a+b studio, open 24/7, providing an open plan space to work collaboratively and develop your projects. Fabricate models in our state-of-the-art architecture workshop and experiment with technology, materials and processes. The workshop is fully equipped with 3D printers, laser cutters, CNC routers and traditional tools and machinery.
Students who have completed a three year accredited degree in Architecture
16 credit points of units
- Architectural design research and resolution
- Integrated project evaluation
- Performance-measured sustainable design
- Urban ecologies and contexts
Standard entry requirements
Bachelor degree in architecture with a WAM (or equivalent average grade indicator) of 65 or higher, OR Bachelor degree in architecture with a WAM (or equivalent average grade indicator) between 55 and 64, AND portfolio of relevant work and personal statement, OR Evidence of academic capability judged to be equivalent.
Australian Institute of Architects; the Architects Registration Board of Victoria; the Architects Accreditation Council of Australia. The Master of Architecture is also recognised internationally by the Board of Architects Malaysia.
Students who have completed the Master of Architecture may continue on to undertake Higher Degree by Research study.
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