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University of Melbourne Masters Degrees in Architecture

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In the Master of Architecture you will gain. Cutting-edge skills to help advance built environment design. Grounding in architectural history, theory and technology so you create innovative architecture, relevant to time and place, people and culture. Read more

In the Master of Architecture you will gain:

  • Cutting-edge skills to help advance built environment design
  • Grounding in architectural history, theory and technology so you create innovative architecture, relevant to time and place, people and culture
  • Highly developed skills to manage an architectural practice and lead or work within cross-discipline project teams
  • A sustainable outlook with the ability to use new materials and technologies to create environmentally sustainable buildings

Accreditation

The Master of Architecture meets the requirements of the professional associations listed below and undergoes a regular formal review process to ensure the quality and relevance of the program.

  • Australian Institute of Architects
  • Architects Registration Board of Victoria
  • Commonwealth Association of Architects

Completing an accredited degree means you enter the workforce with a stamp of quality on your CV. In a competitive market, an accredited degree is an assurance of quality to employers and an advantage for you. For us, it means we continually strive to improve the quality of the degree in order to retain accreditation. So, you know you are getting the most up-to-date and innovative educational experience.

Career Outcomes

The Master of Architecture offers you flexibility so you can take a two-year program if you already have a three-year undergraduate degree in Architecture or the three-year program if your first degree is not in architecture and you are making a career change.

Once you have completed the program you can go on to work as an architect in private firms or government departments, or set up your own practice working on residential, commercial and institutional projects.

You may also move into related careers such as industrial design, furniture design, interior design, landscape design, urban design, urban planning, facility management, project management and development, and conservation and heritage management.



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As a Master of Architectural Engineering student you will gain an internationally-recognised qualification in the architectural, engineering and structural design of buildings. Read more

As a Master of Architectural Engineering student you will gain an internationally-recognised qualification in the architectural, engineering and structural design of buildings. The degree is highly transferable across industries in different countries.

You will be taught by a world-class group of experts drawn from the Melbourne School of Engineering and the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning. Linkages between the study programs will be explored via a dedicated architectural engineering capstone/thesis subject.

Students entering via an undergraduate major in architecture will initially complete an eight subject sequence in Engineering. Students entering from an engineering major will complete an eight subject sequence in architecture. At the completion of first year, both groups will commence a shared second year sequence.

You will gain

  • Advanced knowledge of the principles of engineering underpinning the provision of infrastructure and of the principles of design based on architectural history, theory and contemporary practice
  • Knowledge of current practice contexts, including environmental, technological, regulatory and project-delivery systems
  • The technical and creative skills to design and produce outputs that demonstrate an appreciation of economic, environmental issues, social and cultural issues as well as building systems and materials
  • The ability to think strategically at different environmental and urban scales.


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