Master of Architecture
The Master of Architecture degree is a two-year full-time (or equivalent part-time) program. It can only be undertaken following the successful completion of the Bachelor of Design (Architecture) program, or equivalent, if registration as an Architect and the practice of Architecture is desired.
From the beginning of the program, students will work on projects that reflect the real design problems met by practicing architects, and use them to develop the knowledge and competence required of a graduate entering the profession.
Working in small groups with tutors, as in a design office, students learn to creatively integrate the contributions of various disciplines to the effective practice of architecture. The Architecture design studio provides students with personal-work-stations and computer network connections to allow participation in the synergy of a shared learning experience.
The Master of Architecture is fully accredited and has regularly received high commendation from professional accreditation bodies. Please refer to the professional accreditation page for more information.
The program welcomes and benefits from the presence of a high percentage of International Students. The University of Newcastle is ideally located in Australia’s largest regional city, enjoying a beautiful environment and relaxed lifestyle. Very comprehensive ranges of cultural, sporting, educational and recreational activities are enhanced by easy access to Sydney.
Follow the progress of our Master of Architecture students and see examples of their work at www.moa-newcastle.com.