The Master of Architecture course at Monash University in Melbourne aims to shape socially and environmentally conscious architecture practitioners through collaborations and self-directed projects.
Architects are instrumental to creatively help solve some of the world's most wicked problems like climate change, urbanisation, ageing populations, and densification.
At Monash Architecture, you'll be trained as an integrated urban professional with the vision to design progressive architecture that responds to the dynamic needs of contemporary society and speculates about the future of our built environment.
You'll undertake high-level study in specialised areas of architecture, from housing and urban design through to digital practices. You'll work in studios with academics and award-winning practitioners on issues that are timely, urgent and relevant to the world right now.
You'll develop knowledge of architectural practice within the context of multi-disciplinary collaborations and evolving construction methods and practices. Your studies will culminate in your final year with a self-directed project, providing you with the spatial intelligence and design thinking skills you need to be successful in your practice.
Whether you've completed undergraduate studies in architecture or in another field, the Master of Architecture is the key to meeting the academic requirements leading to registration as an architect.
Top image: (Em)Powering Mallacoota, Sith Rinaldi Cooray & Haroula Lia Karapanagiotidis, 2020.
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