Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Master of architecture, University of Sydney, Australia

Today, architects must increasingly move between different environmental and design disciplines to make sense of and create the contemporary world. Our Master of Architecture aims to address this need. The Master of Architecture is a 2-year full-time degree. The course centres on design studios which explore urban architecture, sustainable architecture and digital architecture, culminating in a graduation design studio which will allow you to choose from a diverse range of design projects. The studios are structured to respond to the critical issues facing contemporary architectural design and draw on extensive areas of expertise across a range of design disciplines. Each studio is supported by core units in history and theory, advanced architectural technologies and professional practice. You are also able to choose from a wide range of elective units in order to extend your knowledge and skills into other related areas. 

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University of Sydney, photo by Anyaka

more master programmes:

Master in Urban Planning (MUP) in Harvard University

Urban Planning Master's Program in Rutgers University

M.A. in Town and Regional Planning the University of Liverpool

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