The Master of Architecture (Design) is a program of independent, supervised research leading to the presentation of an exhibition of architectural design equivalent in scope to the schematic design of a building of major cultural significance.
Course description, features and facilities
Students in this course undertake a program of independent, supervised research. Assessment is on the basis of an exhibition of their work.
Extracted from Master of Architecture (Design) (25760) rules
3. A student must present for examination work comprising—
(a) an exhibition of architectural design of a scope of works equivalent to the schematic design of a building of major cultural significance;
(b) an A3 volume in temporary binding to be provided at least six weeks prior to the exhibition opening, and containing—
(i) the exhibition drawings in suitable reduction; (ii) photographs of the exhibition models; (iii) the research proposal required and described under Rule 4(1); and (iv) an expanded abstract of up to 5000 words explaining the student's response to the brief and how their design proposal contributes to the discipline of architecture.
This degree will equip you with the skills and experience to take your career in architecture to the next level.
Qualifications equivalent to a Bachelor of Architecture with at least upper second class honours and sufficient architectural design experience to satisfy the School of Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts and the Graduate Research School that the applicant has sufficient expertise to complete the course. Minimum English Language Requirements: View Website
Recipient: University of Western Australia
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