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Coursework

Master of Landscape Architecture

    • CRICOS Code: 061209M

    Course overview

    • 3 years full time / 6 years part time
    • On Campus (Parkville)
    • Available to domestic and international students
    • Start Year Intake - March and Mid Year Intake - August

    Overview

    The Master of Landscape Architecture will give you the knowledge and skills to help improve our built and natural environments through innovative design.

    You will gain:

    • The skills to design ecologically sound and contemporary landscapes using the latest materials and technologies
    • An in-depth understanding of international contemporary practice
    • The management and communications skills to work effectively in interdisciplinary project teams, directly applicable in professional practice
    • An extensive knowledge of landscape architectural history and theory.

    The Master of Landscape Architecture offers you flexibility, so you can take a two-year program if you already have a three-year undergraduate degree in landscape architecture, or the three-year program if you are applying with a degree from another discipline.

    2-year stream

    3-year stream

    For graduates with an undergraduate degree in Landscape Architecture.

    For graduates with an undergraduate degree in any discipline.

    Intake:

    • Semester 1
    • Semester 2

    Part-time available

    Intake:

    • Semester 1 only

    Part-time available

    Entry requirements

    • Undergraduate degree in landscape architecture with a WAM of 65%+
    • Personal Statement
    • A design portfolio

    Entry requirements

    • Undergraduate degree with a WAM of 65%+
    • Personal Statement
    • A design portfolio is required if undergraduate degree is in a design discipline

    Preparing your portfolio

    The Melbourne School of Design invites you to hear from Donald Bates, Chair of Architectural Design, and our student ambassador Nivedita about how to prepare your design portfolio on Thursday, 4 June.

    Register for webinar