The Bachelor of Architecture and Built Environments program combines these with additional possibilities, experiences, and activities. It was created for students like you who are remarkable. Besides that, architectural conceptions and shapes are developed while taking into account economic, social, and environmental considerations.
While studying here, you will acquire the focus and imagination required to significantly impact the field. In keeping with our Learning-By-Making history, your coursework will be interactive and full of relevant scenarios and genuine interactions.
Also, our program includes professional and ethical studies, architectural design methodology, architectural histories and theories, construction methods and building performance, design research and communication, and professional and ethical studies. You will be able to build the skills and habits required to launch a design career.
What you will study
The Bachelor of Architecture and Built Environments is a pre-professional degree designed to prepare students for the Master of Architecture and related design fields.
The program's basic components develop analytical and inventive thinking and ethical, sustainable conduct. By using electives and choice units to build your portfolio, you can open doors to careers and professional paths in your area of interest.
The following 300 credit points must be completed in order to get the Bachelor of Architecture and Built Environments degree
Core units - 250 credit points
Elective units - 50 credit points
To demonstrate socially and environmentally responsible architecture, it is essential to analyze the ethical, legal, and political consequences of the built environment's design.
Encourage the imagination, visualization, and realization of spatial design concepts in both expert and lay audiences.
Apply your expertise in architecture to the built environment's people, cultures, surroundings, and technological advancements.
Propose and assess speculative built environment futures for hypothetical, actual, or virtual places through iterative processes of visualization, production, and criticism.
Utilizing a range and depth of disciplinary knowledge and research methods, explain and defend architectural perspectives on complex issues in the design of the built environment.
Our architecture program must be completed as the first step in getting a license as an architect. To continue on this path, you must get a Master of Architecture in addition to your undergraduate degree.
Our graduates have pursued careers in fields such as:
Construction and project management
Environmental and government policy
Disaster relief and international aid
Exhibition and event design
In order to be given consideration for an offer, candidates must:
Applications are ranked using the ATAR, and offers are made in accordance with the number of opportunities. This course's ATAR is guaranteed at 65.
Completed an undergraduate programme at the diploma or higher level in part (or equivalent). Applicants must have finished a minimum of two units of study (equivalent to 25 UTAS credit points). The application of a candidate who has failed any units may be carefully scrutinized before issuing an offer.
Successful completion of the UTAS University Preparation Program (or an equivalent qualification offered by an Australian university).
Applicants must have completed a Certificate IV (or equivalent) in any discipline to be considered for an offer.
Applicants who have not completed senior secondary, tertiary, or VET/TAFE studies may submit a personal competency statement.
English Language Requirements
IELTS - 6.0
TOEFL - 72
PTE - 50
Tuition Fee and Scholarships
Domestic Students: Commonwealth Supported Places (CSP)
International Students: 2022 Total Course Fee (international students): $93,031 AUD
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