Architecture combines the creative practices of an architectural design studio with the cultural, social, technical and sustainable issues that are associated with the built environment.
In the Architectural Science degree, you’ll study the relationship between the natural and constructed environment, the architectural proposition and the occupation of space. You will benefit from being taught by academic staff, industry-based practitioners and guest lecturers.
Architecture consists of five years’ study in total. The Bachelor of Applied Science (Architectural Science) is a three-year full time degree, and is a pathway for the two year accredited Master of Architecture qualification.
You will need to continue study for a further two years in the Master of Architecture in order to pursue a career as a practising architect.