Course code: #5558
These are mandatory and all come with course.
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You will receive a rounded professional architectural education with strength in design research.
You can focus on sustainable design, urban design, history/theory or design practice.
The research-based approach to architectural design in this degree at Griffith University will help you develop the capacity to pose original questions and to investigate, analyse and appraise current information and understandings.
The research-led design will underpin career-long self-directed learning of a critical-reflective nature.
Work-integrated learning is established in the core course 7606ENV Architecture Professional Practice 2.
Additional Work integrated learning is also available through the 'special topic' electives 7607ENV Architecture Special Topic 1 and 7703ENV Architecture Special Topic 2.
Work-integrated learning activities integrate theoretical learning with its application in the workplace.
Such inclusion in this program demonstrates Griffith University's commitment to preparing its graduates for success in their working life.
|Cost of living||1 person||$7,884|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$11,960|
Suppose you do not meet the University's specified English language requirements.
In that case, you may wish to contact the Griffith English Language Institute to increase your eligibility for entering a Griffith University program.
The duration of your English study will vary depending on your current level of English.
|IELTS Entry requirement||TOFEL Entry requirement||PTE Entry requirement||Weeks|
|6.0 (no sub score < 5.5)||71 (W19, L,R,S 17)||50 (no comm skill < 42)||10|
|5.5 (no sub score < 5.0, W 5.5)||52 (W17,S15 L,R 10)||42 (no comm skill < 36, W42)||20|
|5.5 (no sub score < 5.0)||52 (W,S15 L,R 10)||42 (no comm skill < 36)||25|
|5.0 (no sub score < 4.5, W 5.0)||40 (W15,S13 L,R 6)||36 (no comm skill < 30, W36)||30|
|5.0 (no sub score < 4.5)||40 (W,S13 L,R 6)||36 (no comm skill < 30)||35|
|4.5 (no sub score < 4.0, W 4.5)||33 (W13,S12 L,R 4)||30 (no comm skill < 29, W30)||40|
|4.5 (no sub score < 4.0)||33 (W,S12 L,R 4)||30 (no comm skill < 29)||45|
|4.0 or lower||32 or lower||29 or lower||Over 45|
Graduates of an approved undergraduate pathway degree in architecture with a minimum GPA equivalent to a Griffith GPA of 5.0 across the second and third years of their undergraduate 3-year degree program will be eligible for admission to the Master of Architecture.
Graduates from the Griffith Bachelor of Architectural Design or Bachelor of Environmental Design (Architecture) who have a GPA of less than 5.0 but no less than 4.5 across the second and third years of study will be considered for entry to the Master of Architecture based on demonstrated achievement in the core second and third-year architecture discipline courses.
Graduates from the Griffith Bachelor of Architectural Design or Bachelor of Environmental Design (Architecture) with a GPA of less than 4.5 across the second and third years of study in core architecture courses, as well as graduates from other pathway programs in architecture, will be considered for entry based on documented relevant experience (a portfolio and/or study diary covering a minimum six-months) and their academic record. The relevant experience must be explicit.
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