Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
In the Master of Architecture program students learn how to think laterally, design for change and improve our world. Students will explore the ways in which they can influence and shape the design of our built environments with the most studio-based architecture program in Australia. The city of Newcastle is on the cusp of total transformation, making it a unique centre for innovative design practice. Students will develop the skills needed to improve the places we live, work and play and use architecture to create social change. They will work on international scale projects that solve real design problems, work side-by-side with communities and have the opportunity to showcase their work to industry and through public exhibitions.
The program requires the completion of 160 units, of which 140 are core courses, 10 units are directed courses and 10 units are electives.
- dedicated projects that focus on engaged, integrated and applied forms of architectural practice
- core information and resources that explain the conditions of projects such as site, landscape and place the historical and theoretical knowledge that underpins architectural design.
Standard entry requirements
Completion of a Bachelor of Design (Architecture) program, or approved equivalent
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Fees are indicative and subject to variation. Overall program fee may vary based on course selection.