Masters Degree in Landscape Architecture in Oceania

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Landscape Architecture

A masters refers to the completion of a graduate study program that prepares students to further their knowledge of a specific subject or advance their careers. The majority of masters are granted by state or public universities.

The field of landscape architecture involves the programming, planning, design and management of land and green spaces, mostly in urban environments. This frequently includes outdoor public areas such as parks and city squares, but it can also include private sector work.

Due to the numerous countries within Oceania, work occasions and work permit laws differ greatly, with data on opportunities in some nations being limited. Australia and New Zealand are the most advanced countries in the area.

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Master of Landscape Architecture

RMIT University
Campus Full time 2 years January 2017 Australia Melbourne

Landscape architecture at RMIT invests in the importance of design as a means of responding, observing and critiquing the status of contemporary urban... [+]

Master of Landscape Architecture

Landscape exists in all scales: from micro to macro, from garden to city and from political to infrastructural. Landscape is specific to site, time and process. It appears, reacts and merges with a multitude of forces in the environment, both visible and invisible.Landscape Architecture at RMIT is a world-leading program. In 2012, this program won the International Schools Award at the European Biennial of Landscape Architecture held in Barcelona, taking first place ahead of more than 90 universities involved. The judges declared that the work from RMIT showed our students’ ability to ‘respond to modern challenges in society through critical analysis, innovative design and clever use of space’.Landscape architecture at RMIT invests in the importance of design as a means of responding, observing and critiquing the status of contemporary urban society and equips students with the tools to engage with landscape in all its forms.... [-]