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Master of Architectural Engineering

    • CRICOS Code: 089660F

    Course overview

    • 42 months full time / 7 years part time
    • On Campus (Parkville)
    • Available to domestic and international students.
    • Start Year Intake - March

    Overview

    As a Master of Architectural Engineering student, you will gain an internationally-recognised qualification in the architectural, engineering and structural design of buildings. The degree is highly transferable across industries in different countries. You will be taught by a world-class group of experts drawn from the Melbourne School of Engineering and the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning. Linkages between the study programs will be explored via a dedicated architectural engineering capstone/thesis subject. The final year is fully integrated, which means you bring together your skills and knowledge from both disciplines and use them to work on a practical project.

    The Master of Architectural Engineering aims to provide:

    • Advanced knowledge of the principals of engineering underpinning the provision of infrastructure and of the principals of design based on architectural history, theory and contemporary practice
    • Knowledge of current practice contexts, including environmental, technological, regulatory and project-delivery systems
    • The technical and creative skills to design and produce outputs that demonstrate an appreciation of economic, environmental issues, social and cultural issues as well as building systems and materials
    • The ability to think strategically at different environmental and urban scales.

    3.5-year stream

    4-4.5-year stream

    For graduates with an undergraduate degree in architecture or civil/structural engineering.

    For undergraduate engineering graduates with a non-civil/ structural background. Applications will be considered case-by-case and the course duration will be determined at the time of the application.

    Intake:

    • Semester 1 only

    Part-time considered on an individual basis. Part-time available only after the first year.

    Intake:

    • Semester 1 only

    Part-time considered on an individual basis. Part-time available only after the first year.