Architecture combines creative practices of architectural design with the cultural, social, technical and sustainability issues of the built environment.
In this course you will study the relationship between the natural and constructed environment, the architectural proposition and the occupation of space.
This degree is taught by academic staff, industry practitioners and guest lecturers, and is a pathway for the two-year accredited Master of Architecture qualification.
Curtin's Architecture students benefit from valuable industry experiences. For example, design company GHDWoodhead and government entity Water Corporation have both provided hands-on design opportunities to Curtin students.
Curtin students have also enjoyed opportunities to work with key industry consultants such as Woods Bagot, Cox and Hassell.
Curtin University is committed to providing a world-class learning experience to our students, and we are proud to announce that in the 2019 URAP World Rankings, we were ranked 2nd nationally, and 24th in the world for architecture!