The Bachelor of Building Design students will learn how to think creatively and plan for the future by using cutting-edge techniques and procedures found in an architectural design studio.
Through modern computer labs, design studios, site visits, and interactions with industry practitioners, you will get to encounter "real-life" issues with industry briefs.
Here you will learn about the issues that the built environment is facing on a cultural, social, technical, and sustainable level. Create your own unique, original approach to building design.
What you will study
A building design bachelor's degree can be obtained in three years, and throughout that time you will acquire and develop skills in:
Building design (architectural)
Building legislation and auditing
Environmentally sustainable construction techniques and materials
Professional practice and communication.
These skills will provide you with the tools you need to enter the construction industry with confidence and competence.
Your classes will also include pupils from the engineering, building surveying, construction management, and design departments. As you study in multidisciplinary teams in a studio-based learning environment, you'll start working with related professionals in the building sector.
To earn the Bachelor of Building Design degree, students must complete 288 credit points, which include the following:
96 credit points First Year Core studies
192 credit points Professional Core and Capstone studies.
Using independent reasoning and judgment, plan, develop, and manage efficient and effective building design procedures in current situations.
Develop new building design ideas using initiative and professional judgment. These solutions should consider regulations and standards, building, technical advances, ethics, and environmental sustainability (both commercial and environmental).
Assess the reliability of information sources, use established information management techniques, include BIM and the latest architectural software, and consider international viewpoints and codes of practice.
Communicate building design objectives and outcomes to specialist and non-specialized stakeholders (oral, written, working drawings).
To impact one's workplace, community, and networks, one must display teamwork and interpersonal and managerial skills.
Apply your interpersonal, personal, organizational, and collaborative skills to Australia's and the world's different cultures.
Develop the skills and new ways to negotiate, value, and respect indigenous rights and cultural diversity.
Show accountability for your professional progress while working with others and within restrictions.
Graduates will work closely with other professionals, corporate associations, and development authorities as vital experts in the building design and construction industry.
Graduates will have a variety of employment opportunities and may choose to work for firms like architects, building owners, contractors, developers, engineers, government agencies, consultancy firms, and businesses with extensive building portfolios or become self-employed business owners in both the private and public sectors.
Completion of an Australian Senior Secondary Certificate (VCE or equivalent), including (Units 3 , 4).
a study score of at least 25 in English (EAL) or 20 in any other English (or equivalent)
Completion of an Australian Advanced Diploma or Diploma (or equivalent)
Completion of a foundation course or equivalent
English Language Requirements
IELTS - 6.0
TOEFL - 67
PTE - 50
For Domestic Students - Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP)
For International Students - AUD $ 31,000 Per Year