Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
As a student in the UNSW Master of Landscape Architecture program, you will engage with the Sydney region as your landscape laboratory. You will work with leading academics, practitioners and industry representatives in landscape architecture as well as city planning, urban design, and architecture to explore issues of common concern; through studios and lectures you will engage with experts at UNSW Built Environment in social agency; design performance; city analytics; urban renewal and regeneration, healthy built environments, design theory and history.
The Master of Landscape Architecture consists of 144 units of credits and requires students (depending on their educational backgrounds) to complete at least one of the streams below: Stream A (144 UOC) for students from with non design background Stream B (96 UOC) for students from a related discipline Stream C (48 UOC) for graduates of an accredited Bachelor of Landscape Architecture.
- Digital landscape technology & construction
- Landscape systems & performance
- Landscape theory & practice.
Standard entry requirements
Refer to UNSW Handbook for specific requirements for each stream.
Recognition for Prior Learning Depending on your educational qualifications, you may be granted up to 96 units of credit for recognition for prior learning.
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Registered Landscape Architect; Urban Landscape Designer; Artist; Landscape Project Officer and/or Manager; Recreation Manager ; Urban Designer; Strategic Planner; Project Manager; Sustainability Specialist in government agencies; Academic; Heritage Consultant; Public Domain Manager; Environmental Manager;