Master of Architecture University of Technology Sydney - UTS

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Masters Degree
Sydney
2.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

The Master of Architecture is a focused, professional degree and is required to become a practising architect. It is the second of two degrees, undertaken after the successful completion of the Bachelor of Design in Architecture (C10004) or equivalent.

This course is an innovative and flexible professional degree. Through a non-sequential structure, which allows students to select from a range of core and elective subjects, it gives students choice regarding their professional specialisation that can best serve them in their future careers. Architectural design subjects enhance a critical understanding of architecture as both a discipline with an existing body of knowledge and a set of practices that continuously challenge and add to that body of knowledge. Research is undertaken as a preliminary to design decision-making, during design and in reflection on design development. Architectural practice subjects prepare students for expanded practice in emerging media and markets, contemporary business practice and global economies and within challenging social, environmental, political and regulatory contexts. Students who complete a Master of Architecture and subsequent practical experience are eligible to become registered architects.
Careers

Career options include architect, designer or urban designer.



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Student Reviews

December 2017
Year completed 2015

UTS has a great atmosphere generally and for architecture. The culture about learning and applying 'architecture' is really strong. There's a peer knowledge program, which helps to foster learning. You can travel as part of the degree and there's some flexibility with the design studio you can attend. Highly recommended!!!

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