Coursework

Master of Architecture/Master of Landscape Architecture

    • CRICOS Code: 105520C

    Course overview

    • 4 years full time / 8 years part time
    • On Campus (Parkville)
    • Available to domestic and international students
    • Start Year Intake - March and Mid Year Intake - July

    Overview

    The Master of Architecture combined with the Master of Landscape Architecture double master degree positions students to be industry ready and have flexibility within the employment market. It gives you the knowledge and skills to help improve our built and natural environments through innovative design.

    This multidisciplinary approach gives you the ability to realise synergies between disciplines, broadening your skillset and giving you a contemporary understanding of the built environment profession.

    This program aims to provide you with:

    • highly developed skills to manage an architectural practice and lead or work within cross-discipline project teams;
    • the skills to design ecologically sound and contemporary landscapes using the latest materials and technologies;
    • the management and communications skills to work effectively in interdisciplinary project teams, directly applicable in professional practice;
    • a grounding in the history, theory and technology of architecture and landscape architecture, and an in-depth understanding of international landscape architecture contemporary practice leading to the creation of innovative thinking and design.

    By combining the Master of Architecture and the Master of Landscape Architecture as a double degree, our students complete two professionally accredited graduate programs in a reduced timeframe. This gives them a true competitive advantage and broader career options.  Dual accreditation also offers a distinctive signal to employers and industry and enhances our existing graduate reputation for strong leadership and strategic thinking skills, embedded in our expertise in providing a world-class built environment education influencing Melbourne and cities globally for over 150 years.