In Griffith University's architecture program, you can choose to focus on sustainable design, urban design, history and theory, or design practice. Here, you will receive a comprehensive professional architectural education with a design-research emphasis.
Besides that, you can also choose to focus on sustainable design, urban design, history and theory, or design practice. Also, you will be able to delve into, assess, and evaluate current knowledge and understandings as well as pose new questions. Research-led design will support critical-reflective self-directed learning over the course of a career.
What you will study
Advanced Architecture Studio
Architecture Professional Practice
Advanced Integrated Technologies
Architecture Research Project
Use design techniques to analyze, visualize, and create the many aspects of constructed environments.
Using a combination of form and space, they create engaging experiences in the built environment.
Innovative documentation, research, analysis, and design approaches should be used to provide unique design solutions for pressing global issues.
Through spoken, written, tactile, and digital means, we understand how to effectively communicate complicated ideas and concepts.
Utilize an understanding of the complex relationships between design and historical and contemporary environmental, social, economic, political, and cultural events.
By analyzing and putting them into practice, you will come to understand the ideas of the built environment's effects on the environment, society, and well-being.
Analyze past and present humanistic circumstances that are connected to the built environment in local, regional, and global geographies.
During the design process, demonstrate your aptitude for moral and empathetic judgment.
Our alumni have found employment in a variety of architecture-related organizations, including private practices, consulting firms, and municipal and state governments. You can decide to specialize in a specific building type, a specific aspect of building design, or the purchasing of construction. You can also decide to become a "generic practitioner." You can also opt to specialize in urban design or research with additional training and study.
Students who have completed a three-year undergraduate architecture degree program with a minimum GPA comparable to a Griffith GPA of 5.0 in the second and third years are able to get admission to the Master of Architecture program.
Prestigious bachelor's degree in architectural design (5.0 GPA)
Bachelor of Architecture from Griffith (4.5 GPA)
English Language Requirements
The minimum English language competence requirement for applicants to this program is an overall IELTS score of 6.5 with no subtest score below 6.0.
TOEFL - 79/120
PTE - 58/90
For International Students: AUD 35,000 (80 CP)