Master of Architecture University of Sydney

4.0 out of 5 from 1 review
Masters Degree
2.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

The Master of Architecture provides a dynamic studio-based learning environment that produces graduates who are forward thinking, collaborative and at the forefront of the changing architectural profession. You will be challenged to expand your conceptual and creative skills while being grounded in the requirements essential for professional registration and practice after graduation.

This degree operates around a series of studios that require students to engage at a graduate level with projects that emphasize research, design and vision. Student work is defined by the rigours of industry practice and surveys the social, environmental, practical and aesthetic needs of the brief while working within the wider context of architectural theory and philosophy. You will develop expertise across design, technology and theory that will form the basis of your approach and response to architectural projects and practice. There is one studio per semester as follows:
Urban Architecture
Sustainable Architecture
Digital Architecture
Graduation Studio

Becoming a registered architect will open the world to graduates as the work of architects is no longer confined by geography. Opportunities for graduates lie...

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July 2018
Year completed 2020

Positives: It is a very well-rounded course, we have to complete studio design courses, technologies (construction knowledge), history as well as contract documentation, in order to graduate. It also provides us with art electives, such as screen printing, ceramics etc. As USYD is a highly reputable university, we are given w...

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