The primary purpose of the coursework Master of Architecture degree is to provide a professionally accredited, graduate level qualification for candidates whose first degree is the Bachelor of Applied Science (Architecture) or the Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from the University of Canberra, or equivalent.
On completion of the Master of Architecture award a student will have developed conceptual understandings and practical application skills in the area of architectural design to a professionally accredited standard, as determined by the Board of Architects of the ACT and the Royal Australian Institute of Architects, who accredit and recognise the degree.
Students with degrees other than the Bachelor of Applied Science (Architecture) or Bachelor of Arts in Architecture or equivalent may apply, but may be subject to a bridging program and the submission of a portfolio of work before admission to the Master of Architecture program.
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Last updated October 22, 2015