Course code: #D7C
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The Master of Architecture degree is an accredited professional degree that provides advanced education in architecture and is the principal pathway to registration as a practising architect.
The program extends the development of skills and knowledge in architecture built on the undergraduate Bachelor of Architecture and Built Environments degree and draws on a rich treasury of teaching traditions, community partnerships, technical capabilities, design excellence, and questing research.
The program aims to foster a profound and enduring engagement with architecture as profession, discipline, and culture.
Project-based design studios form the core of the program.
These emphasise professionalism, critical and rigorous design thinking, knowledge of contemporary and emergent theories, technologies and practices, and the development of skills for a diversity of future careers in architecture.
Students gain experience tackling a range of challenging design problems, including those relating to urban futures, social and environmental responsibility, and complex buildings.
Studios are complemented by units in Professional Practice, Advanced Technologies, and Design Research, with a choice of options to enable tailored pathways through the field.
The program culminates with a research-led final project nurtured by professional and discipline leaders in small studio groups.
The program’s celebrated Learning-by-Making tradition embeds material experimentation into the curriculum.
This is supported by a fully-equipped and staffed digital fabrication workshop, including 3D printers, laser cutters, CNC routers, a six-axis robot, and a suite of Hologram headsets for mixed-reality design and fabrication, which complements a full workshop suite of equipment suitable for fine timber fabrication.
An evolving constellation of community and industry partnerships bring fledgling designers into contact with real projects.
Recent collaborations have included art and music festivals, health and education providers, social enterprises and charities, environmental organisations, and scientific research projects.
Work-Integrated Learning electives provide opportunities for direct experience with leading enterprises in architectural design and construction, building product manufacturers, and cultural organisations.
Students can also devise their own work opportunities within this framework and count their experience towards their degree.
|Cost of living||1 person||$6,168|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$8,500|
If your goal is to study for an undergraduate or post-graduate degree at the University of Tasmania, UTAS can help you achieve this with its English for Academic purposes courses - EAP1 and EAP2.
Improve your academic English skills and meet the English entry requirement for your chosen degree with the UTAS Access-Direct Entry course.
Successful completion of this program at the relevant level satisfies the English requirement for University of Tasmania undergraduate and post-graduate studies.
You won't need an English test score to enter the University of Tasmania if you successfully complete this program.
|General English 1||10 weeks|
IELTS 4 - No band < 3.5
|General English 2|
|General English 2||10 weeks|
IELTS 4.5 - No band < 4
|General English 3|
|General English 3||10 weeks|
IELTS 5 - No band < 4.5
TOFEL 40 - writing 12
PTE 35 - No band < 32
|EAP 1||10 weeks|
IELTS 5 - No band < 5
TOFEL 40 - writing 14
PTE 38 - No band < 35
|EAP 2||10 weeks|
IELTS 5.5 - No band < 5.5
TOFEL 46 - writing 18
PTE 46 - No band < 42
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To be eligible for the Master of Architecture you require a Bachelor of Architecture and Built Environments (previously called the Bachelor of Environmental Design, or an equivalent three-year undergraduate degree in Architecture.
Eligibility is subject to achieving a minimum credit average (60%) across all core subjects in the final year of the undergraduate degree.
Students may also be asked to attend an interview and/or submit a portfolio of their work from their previous studies.
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