Bachelor of Architectural Design and Master of Architecture

Monash University

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Undergraduate
CRICOS: 00008C

Architecture at Monash is a five-year academic program starting with the Bachelor of Architectural Design and leading to the Master of Architecture course. These together will qualify graduates to start their professional practice. Creativity is the cornerstone of the three-year Bachelor of Architectural Design course. Central to the course is the design studio where you will investigate ideas and experiment with design processes, mentored by academics and architects from around the world. You will construct models and build full scales structures, both in class and in the community and experiment with diverse materials in our glass, woodwork and metal studios. Students who successfully complete the Bachelor of Architectural Design will automatically progress to the Master of Architecture, which focuses on research-led architectural design teaching and learning through advanced studios and depth-unit architectural studies electives. Architecture offers substantial career opportunities in Australia and internationally. Our graduates work in private practices and for government. Some become specialists - in heritage buildings, sustainable design or commercial projects. They work on homes, complexes, entertainment precincts and purpose-built facilities. Opportunities also include roles in government as policy advisors, in project management or in development.

Subjects

  • Foundation studio
  • Architecture design studio
  • Technologies and environments

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