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Delve deeper into the history and theory of architecture with the research and thesis-based Master of Architecture. Students wishing to study to become a professional architect should go to the Master of Architecture (Professional).
This qualification will be of interest to you if you are already working in the profession and want to deepen your understanding of a particular aspect of architecture. Or you may have recently completed a Bachelor of Architectural Studies (BAS) or Postgraduate Diploma in Architecture History and Theory (PDGipAHT), and want to continue on to do research.
You'll further develop your critical thinking and discussion skills with in-depth study into your area of interest. Increase your understanding of how architectural history and theory are applied to design, so you can express your own ideas and conclusions within a theoretical framework.
Expertise through research
Choose a thesis that reflects your current knowledge of the intellectual, technical, aesthetic and cultural conditions of architecture. Your research topic must have a basis in theory as well as method.
You'll get quality supervision and support from staff with international reputations for teaching, research and publishing.
You may be able to include media such as a drawing portfolio or video with your thesis submission. If you choose to use design as your primary research method in your thesis, it must be explained within a theoretical context.
Past research topics include:
The MArch does not qualify you for registration as an architect.
If you are already working in the profession, you'll add a new level of expertise to your practice.
The skills and knowledge you gain will open doors to a range of other jobs including architectural conservator, archivist or museum researcher. You might also find work as a critic or writer, curator, historian or librarian.
Bachelor's degree in Architectural Studies, Diploma in Architecture or an approved alternative, with a B average.
Proof of English proficiency
To be accepted into this programme you will need one of the following:
IELTS: minimum overall score of 6.5 with no sub-score below 6.0
TOEFL: minimum score of 90 for the internet-based test with a minimum of 20 in writing
Pearson Test of English: minimum score of 58 (with a ‘Communicative’ score of not less than 50)
EPP: minimum final scores of 4,4,5,5
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