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Australian Institute of Architects 2012 ABN 72 000 023 012 Published by Australian Institute of Architects National Office 7 National

Circuit, Barton, ACT 2600, Australia ISSN 1320 -1808

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHARLES DARWIN UNIVERSITY...............................................................................................................................................................................................4
Charles Darwin University Course Structure ....................................................................................................................................................................................................5

CURTIN UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY ..................................................................................................................................................................................6


Curtin University of Technology Course Structure ............................................................................................................................................................................................8

DEAKIN UNIVERSITY ............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 10


Deakin University Course Structure ................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 12

GRIFFITH UNIVERSITY ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 14


Griffith University Course Structure ................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 15

MONASH UNIVERSITY ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 16


Monash University Course Structure .............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 17

QUEENSLAND UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY ................................................................................................................................................................... 18


Queensland University of Technology Course Structure ................................................................................................................................................................................ 20

RMIT UNIVERSITY .................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 22


RMIT University Course Structure .................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 25

THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 26


The University of Adelaide Course Structure .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 28

THE UNIVERSITY OF CANBERRA .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 29


The University of Canberra Course Structure ................................................................................................................................................................................................. 31

THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 34


University of Melbourne Course Structure ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 37

THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES .......................................................................................................................................................................... 38


University of New South Wales Course Structure........................................................................................................................................................................................... 39

THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 41


The University of Newcastle Course Structure ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 43

THE UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 45


The University of Queensland Course Structure ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 47

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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA .................................................................................................................................................................................... 48


University of South Australia Program Structure ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 49

THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 50


The University of Sydney Course Structure .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 53

THE UNIVERSITY OF TASMANIA............................................................................................................................................................................................ 55


The University of Tasmania Course Structure ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 57

UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, SYDNEY ............................................................................................................................................................................ 60


University of Technology, Sydney Course Structure....................................................................................................................................................................................... 61

THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA....................................................................................................................................................................... 64


The University of Western Australia Course Structure.................................................................................................................................................................................... 66

New Zealand and Papua New Guinea Architecture Schools/Programs ........................................................................................................ 67


THE UNIVERSITY OF AUCKLAND .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 68
The University of Auckland Program Structure ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 70

UNITEC INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, NEW ZEALAND ..................................................................................................................................................... 71


Unitec New Zealand Course Structure ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 74

VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF WELLINGTON ............................................................................................................................................................................ 76


Victoria University of Wellington Course Structure ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 79

THE PAPUA NEW GUINEA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY ............................................................................................................................................... 85


The Papua New Guinea University of Technology Course Structure ............................................................................................................................................................. 86

Australian Schools of Architecture Statistics ....................................................................................................................................................................... 88


Australian Schools of Architecture Statistical Comparison .......................................................................................................................................................................... 89

Information on course accreditation/recognition process and registration as an architect in Australia ....................................................................... 90 Contact Information ................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 91

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CHARLES DARWIN UNIVERSITY


School of Creative Arts & Humanities, Casuarina Campus, Ellengowan Drive, Casuarina, Darwin NT 0909 Email: courses@cdu.edu.au Web: www.cdu.edu.au/creativeartshumanities/ Head of School: Mr Bill Wade BACHELOR OF DESIGN The Bachelor of Design comprises a three year degree where students on completion with a credit average can undertake a Masters of Architecture at Deakin University. The opportunity to complete architectural studies at other universities within Australia is also available. MINIMUM TIME FOR PROGRAM COMPLETION 3 years SCHOOL LEAVER ADMISSION CUT-OFF SCORE FOR 2011: ATAR: 60 ENTRY QUOTA NUMBER FOR SCHOOL LEAVERS: Nil YEAR 12 PRE-REQUISITES FOR ADMISSION: Nil YEAR 12 ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION Nil TOTAL STUDENTS ENROLLED IN FIRST YEAR OF PROGRAM 2011 (EFTSU) Male Female Total Total 7 15 22 Domestic 5 15 20 Overseas 2 0 2 TOTAL COURSE STUDENT NUMBERS 2011 (including Parts 1 and 2 of course) (EFTSU) Male Female Total Total 17 25 42 Domestic 14 22 36 Overseas 3 3 6 ARTICULATION (from TAFE courses) Charles Darwin University offers TAFE courses to Diploma level in Building Design and Drafting. Articulation, with potential 8 unit credit for relevant TAFE studies may be available subject to assessment. RESEARCH ACTIVITIES Design in the hot-humid tropics, Materials performance and selection, Energy Use, Building Sustainability. SPECIAL ACTIVITIES Study focus on design and construction in the hothumid tropics. STUDENT ACTIVITIES Student Organised Network for Architecture (SONA) LIBRARY RESOURCES Central Library, Faculty Resource Centre and Trade Resources Library COMPUTING RESOURCES 3 x Computer Labs, 36 PCs, 6 G4 MACs. Access from 8.00 am 10.00 pm 7 days a week. Additional computing labs available for office software. OTHER RESOURCES 4 x Design Studios including Model Studio and stores. Workshops including carpentry & joinery, heavy metal, electrical, plumbing, air-conditioning and automotive. DISTANCE EDUCATION Not available. RECOGNITION/ACCREDITATION The Bachelor of Design program at Charles Darwin University is of three years duration. This is equivalent to the first stage of a two stage five year architecture program. Students graduating from the Bachelor of Design (specialisation in architecture) with a Credit average can directly enter the fourth year of Deakin Universitys Master of Architecture program. Accreditation/recognition information for the Deakin University Master of Architecture program is outlined in this publication. Students have also completed their studies at several other universities within Australia. RECOGNITION/ACCREDITATION (continued) A course of study undertaken over a minimum of five years is necessary to register as an architect. The Architects Accreditation Council of Australia maintains a listing of all accredited courses in Australia that are of a minimum of five years duration. DESIGN STAFF HEAD OF SCHOOL OF CREATIVE ARTS & HUMANITIES Associate Professor Bill Wade COURSE CO-ORDINATOR / ARCHITECTURE DISCIPLINE HEAD N/A ADJUNCT PROFESSOR N/A LECTURERS Charmain Enthaler, RAIA, Architect Marianne Dyason, Interior Designer PART-TIME LECTURERS/TUTORS Rik Jones, AIA, Architect Lanson Ip (Archicad) DEAN, LAW BUSINESS AND ARTS Professor Giselle Byrnes ADMINISTRATION OFFICERS Amy Zwetsloot SECRETARY TO DEAN OF LAW BUSINESS & ARTS Sarah Hanks STUDENT ADMINISTRATION Lynley Walker Chen Wang RESOURCE CENTRE Michelle Turner TECHNICAL Peter Dowling

Tel: (08) 8946 7766 or freecall 1800 061 963

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Charles Darwin University Course Structure


STUDY AREA COURSE STRUCTURE: Bachelor of Design Architecture Stream

Year 1 Semester 1
DESIGN STUDIO Design Studio and Design Theory

Year 1 Semester 2
Design Studio and Design Theory

Year 2 Semester 1
Design Studio and Theory

Year 2 Semester 2
Design Studio and Theory

Year 3 Semester 1
Design Studio and Theory

Year 3 Semester 2
Design Studio and Theory

COMMUNICATION & DOCUMENTATION

Drawing Drawing Working Drawings

Design Communication Digital Media AutoCad

Archicad

BUILDING TECHNOLOGY BUILDING SCIENCE

Architectural Technology

Technology

Technology

Technology

Technology

Design for Climate

Acoustics and Lighting

HUMAN STUDIES (HISTORY & THEORY)

Creative Practice

Modernism in European, American and Australian Visual Cultures

Postmodernism: Art, Architecture, Culture and Theory

Design in Context

Cultural & Heritage Aspects of Architecture

OPTIONS FROM ALL ABOVE AREAS PROFESSIONAL STUDIES COMMON UNITS Communication Technology Northern Perspectives

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CURTIN UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY


School of Built Environment, Kent Street, Bentley WA 6102 Tel: (08) 9266 7258 Fax: (08) 9266 2711 Faculty Email: Charmaine.Cragan@curtin.edu.au Web: www.bead.curtin.edu.au Head of School, School of Built Environment: Professor Peter Davis, MPM(Curtin), FAIB, MAIPM, PhD Head of Department of Architecture and Interior Architecture: Sarah McGann, PhD, DipArch(DIT), BArchSci(Dublin), MRIAI, Affiliate RAIA MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE Five-year course incorporating a three-year Bachelor of Applied Science (Architectural Science) degree followed by a two-year Master of Architecture degree. On completion of the MArch degree graduates are advised to contact the relevant Architects Board in their jurisdiction for details regarding practical experience eligibility for sitting the registration exam. MINIMUM TIME FOR PROGRAM COMPLETION 5 years SCHOOL LEAVER ADMISSION CUT-OFF SCORE FOR 2011 ATAR: Typically 80 ENTRY QUOTA NUMBER FOR SCHOOL LEAVERS: No Quota YEAR 12 PRE-REQUISITES FOR ADMISSION Curtin University entry requirements. YEAR 12 ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION Curtin University entry level English TOTAL STUDENTS ENROLLED IN FIRST YEAR OF PROGRAM 2011 (EFTSU) Male Female Total Total 97.75 73 170.75 Domestic 48.5 37.5 86 Overseas 49.25 35.5 84.75 TOTAL COURSE STUDENT NUMBERS 2011 (including Parts 1 and 2 of course) (EFTSU) Male Female Total Total 395 237 632 Domestic 159 114 273 Overseas 236 123 359 GRADUATIONS 2010 (BAppSc(ArchSc)) Male Female Total Total 83 55 138 Domestic 17 21 38 Overseas 66 34 100 GRADUATIONS 2010 (MArch) Male Female Total 22 16 Domestic 12 12 Overseas 10 4 DISTANCE EDUCATION Not offered at present. RECOGNITION/ACCREDITATION The Australian Institute of Architects and The Architects Board of Western Australia currently recognise and accredit the BAppSc(ArchSc)/MArch course. The Architects Accreditation Council of Australia maintains a register of all accredited courses in Australia. ARCHITECTURE STAFF - FULL TIME HEAD OF DEPARTMENT & COURSE COORDINATOR Sarah McGann, PhD, DipArch(DIT), BArchSci(Dublin), MRIAI, Affiliate RAIA COURSE COORDINATOR BAppSci Paul Griffin, AArch(WAIT), RAIA PROFESSORS John Stephens, BArch(Hons)(Curtin), PhD(UWA), RAIA, M.ICOMOS Sambit Datta, Professor of Digital Architecture, DiplArch(CEPT), MArch(NUS), PhD(Adel), Affiliate RAIA ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS Steve Basson, BA(Arch)(Hons)(SBPoly), DipArch(Central London Poly), PhD(UWA) Marina Lommerse, BID(Man), MA(Design) Dianne Smith, BSc, BArch(Hons), GradDipIntDes(Dist), GradCertEd(Higher Ed), PhD, FDIA, RAIA Reena Tiwari, BArch(Hons)(Bhopal), MArch(New Delhi), PhD(Curtin) SENIOR LECTURERS Lyn Churchill, BArch(Curtin), PhD(Curtin) Elizabeth Karol, PhD(Curtin), BArch(Melb), BEng(Civil)(Swinburne UT), FAIBS, RAIA Stephen R. Neille, PhD(RMIT), BAppSc(Curtin), BArch(Hons)(Syd), MArch(RMIT) Sarah McGann, PhD, DipArch(DIT), BArchSci(Dublin), MRIAI, Affiliate RAIA SENIOR LECTURERS (continued) Nancy Spanbroek, DipA(IntDes)(RMIT), MA (Design)(Curtin), MDIA(DIA) Errol H. Tout, BArch(WAIT), MArch(Curtin), PhD(RMIT), RAIA LECTURERS Sarah Beeck, BAppSci(IntDes)(Curtin) Annette Condello, BArch(UWA), BEnvDes(UWA), PhD Khoa Do, BAppSc(Arch), BArch(Hons)(Curtin) Beth George, BArch(Hons)(UWA), BEnvDes(UWA), PhD(RMIT) Paul Griffin, AArch(WAIT), RAIA Lara Mackintosh, BArch(Hons)(UWA), MScEnvArch(Murdoch), RAIA Leonie Matthews, BArch(Hons)(Curtin), RAIA Terry McMinn, BArch(WAIT), MSc(Curtin) Priya Metcalfe, BAppSc, BArch(Curtin) ARCHITECTURE STAFF PART TIME/ SESSIONAL PART TIME LECTURERS Katherine Ashe, BArch(Hons)(UWA) Penny Forlano, BAppSc(IntDesign)(Distn)(Curtin) Jonathan Lake, BArch(Hons)(Curtin), DipArchDrafting(TAFE), RAIA Ali Mozaffari, MArch(Tehran University), PhD UWA) Simon Pendal, BArch(Hons)(Curtin), RAIA SESSIONAL LECTURERS Adrian Iredale Emily Berry Michael Cardinale Kerry Chong Robyn Creagh Paul Edwards Anita Elson Steven Feast Tanja Glusac Osnat Harlap Paul Hofman Emil Jonescu

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ARTICULATION (from local TAFE courses) Applicants with a TAFE Diploma of Building Design & Technology can be granted entry into the 1st semester of 1st year of the BAppSc(ArchSc) course. Advanced standing of 100 credits may be granted. RESEARCH ACTIVITIES Architectural Design [Urban Design, Architecture and Landscape, Sustainable Design] Architectural History and Theory [History, Community and Change, Heritage and Conservation] Health and Place [Universal Design, Healthcare and wellbeing Design, ESD] Digital Architecture SPECIAL ACTIVITIES Public Lecture Series (Brown Bag) TL Robertson Memorial Lecture Graduate Mentor Program Annual Arch/IA Exhibition Field Trips - Hong Kong, China, Europe, India. STUDENT ACTIVITIES CASA (Curtin Arch Students Association) SONA (National Student Organisation) LIBRARY RESOURCES Central library and School Resource Centre COMPUTING RESOURCES 3 CAD labs, 48 workstations software: ArchiCAD 15, Art*Lantis studio, AutoCAD + Revit 2008, Rasta Design, Viz, Indesign, Photoshop, etc. CODE Lab (Digital Laboratory) OTHER RESOURCES Science lab, Anechoic/Reverb chambers, Materials library, Photo lab, Solarscope lab, timber and steel workshop.

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CURTIN UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY - continued


ARCHITECTURE STAFF PART TIME/SESSIONAL SESSIONAL LECTURERS (continued) Raymond Loo Chris Low Ebony Marshall Joseph Matheissen Paul McDonald Ari Palassis Xavier Pardos David Robinson Jen Scott Wil Sheilds Nicola Smith Peter Snow Beth Strauss Jeff Swinyard Kimberely Tan Jenifer Tran E. Voo Tommy Wong ARCHITECTURE STAFF - HONORARY EMIRITUS PROFESSOR Laurie Hegvold, AM, LFRAIA ASSOCIATED STAFF SCHOOL MANAGER Sarah Nairn SENIOR ADMINISTRATOR Kristie Stephens ASSISTANT TO HEAD OF SCHOOL Charmaine Cragan ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT OFFICERS Andrea Filipek Viviana Morcombe Jaqueline Tomasi RESOURCE CENTRE Linden Burnett, GradDipLibServices(UWA), DipEd[pri] Deborah Burnett STUDENT SERVICES SUPPORT OFFICER Meredith Bastian Megan Bastian MEDIA TECHNICIAN Kyle Critchett

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Curtin University of Technology Course Structure


STUDY AREA
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STREAM

COURSE STRUCTURE: Bachelor of Applied Science (Architectural Science)


Year 1 Semester 1 hrs Year 1 Semester 2
Architecture/Interior Design Studio 101 10 Architecture Studio 102

hrs Year 2 Semester 1


10 Architecture Studio 201

hrs Year 2 Semester 2 hrs Year 3 Semester 1 hrs Year 3 Semester 2 hrs
9 Architecture Studio 202 9 Architecture Studio 301 8 Architecture Studio 302 8

SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY STREAM

Technology of Design 111

Architectural Technology in Context 201

Architectural Technology and Making 202

Environmental and Technological Systems in Architecture 301 Urban Contexts 301

Environmental and Technological Strategies in Architecture 302 Architecture, Theory and Critique 302

ARCHITECTURE & CULTURE STREAM

Communication for Built Environment 111

Understanding Architecture 102

Architectural Histories of Illusion, Power and Imagination 201

Australia, Architecture and Identity 202

OPTIONS

ELECTIVE

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Curtin University of Technology Course Structure


STUDY AREA COURSE STRUCTURE: Master of Architecture
Year 4 Semester 1 hrs
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN Architectural Design 541

Year 4 Semester 2

hrs Year 5 Semester 1


6.5 Architectural Design 651

hrs Year 5 Semester 2


6.5

hrs

6.5 Architectural Design 542

BUILDING TECHNOLOGY

BUILDING SCIENCE ARCHITECTURE & CULTURE Architecture & Culture 541 Architectural Law + Contracts 541 3 Architecture & Culture 542 Architectural Practice + Specifications 542 including mentor scheme Architecture Special Topic 542 Architectural Research Methods 541 2 2

PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE

Architectural Coordination 651

Architectural Management 652

COMMUNICATION

RESEARCH AND DISSERTATION

Architectural Dissertation Preparation 651 Architecture Special Topics 651

Architectural Dissertation 659

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DEAKIN UNIVERSITY
School of Architecture and Building, Geelong VIC 3217 Tel: (03) 5227 8301 Fax: (03) 5227 8341 Email: ab-info@deakin.edu.au Web: www.deakin.edu.au/scitech/ab/ Head of School: Professor Hisham Elkadi, BSci(Arch)(Alexandria), MEnv(Alexandria), PhD(Liverpool) BACHELOR OF DESIGN (ARCHITECTURE)/ MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE The Bachelor of Design (Architecture) is a three-year degree program designed to meet the needs both of students who ultimately intend to practise architecture and those wishing to pursue different career directions. The BDA forms the first level of a two tiered five year program. The second tier of the program is a two year Master of Architecture with articulation upon successful completion of the Bachelor of Design (Architecture). A combined BDA/Bachelor of Construction Management is available for those who wish to enhance their career opportunities. The course combines the essential parts of the BDA and the Bachelor of Construction Management in a five year program that has the added advantage of leading to membership of the Australian Institute of Building and the Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors. The program is followed by a one year Master of Architecture (Design) for those who wish to register to practise as an architect. The combined course has international accreditation by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (UK). MINIMUM TIME FOR PROGRAM COMPLETION BDA/MArch 5 years BDA/BCM/MArch(Design) 6 years SCHOOL LEAVER ADMISSION CUT-OFF SCORE FOR 2011 ATAR BDA BDA/BCM 78.11 83.65 ENTRY QUOTA NUMBER FOR SCHOOL LEAVERS BDA BDA/BCM 102 42 YEAR 12 PRE-REQUISITES FOR ADMISSION English Units 3 and 4 YEAR 12 ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION None TOTAL STUDENTS ENROLLED IN FIRST YEAR OF PROGRAM 2011 (EFTSU) Male Female Total Total 103 67 170 Domestic 61 53 114 Overseas 42 14 56 TOTAL COURSE STUDENT NUMBERS 2011 (including Parts 1 and 2 of course) (EFTSU) Male Female Total Total 464 270 734 Domestic 331 206 537 Overseas 133 64 197 NB: Above figures includes students in both the BDA/MArch and the BDA/BCM/MArch(Design) programs GRADUATIONS 2010 (from professional degree onlyBachelor of Architecture, Master of Architecture, Master of Architecture (Design)) Male Female Total Total 57 41 98 Domestic 41 27 68 Overseas 16 14 30 ARTICULATION (from TAFE courses) Successful applicants who have completed a TAFE Advanced Diploma of Building Design (Architecture) have the equivalent of at least two trimesters of credit for prior learning in the Bachelor of Design (Architecture). RESEARCH ACTIVITIES Victoria Laboratory for Urban Ecologies (VALUE) is the umbrella group for the research programs in the school which investigate the symbiotic relationships between the complex adaptive natural, virtual, human and built environments in response to local and global contexts. The aim is to create a knowledge centre for the development and management of economic, social and environmentally sustainable environments for a productive, innovative and competitive Australian property and construction industry. VALUE is understood through the three research themes sociocultural, tectonic and construction ecologies. LIBRARY RESOURCES Architecture Resource centre Architecture and Building branch library COMPUTING RESOURCES Computer-aided design laboratories Digital Research Room Virtual Studio OTHER RESOURCES Metal and timber workshop Photographic studio and processing Design Studio STUDENT PERFORMANCE Each year the School produces a publication of student work available at www.deakin.edu.au/scitech/ab RECOGNITION/ACCREDITATION The Australian Institute of Architects and the Architects Registration Board of Victoria (ARBV) currently recognise and accredit the Bachelor of Design (Architecture)/Master of Architecture program to December 2012. The Architects Accreditation Council of Australia maintains a listing of all accredited courses in Australia, including the Deakin Architecture courses. DISTANCE EDUCATION The course is not available by Distance Education. ARCHITECTURE STAFF HEAD OF SCHOOL AND CHAIR IN ARCHITECTURE Professor Hisham Elkadi, BSci(Arch)(Alexandria), MEnv(Alexandria), PhD(Liverpool) PROFESSORS Tony Mills, BAppSc(QS), MBldg, PhD(Melb), FAIQS Des Smith, BArch(Melb), AIA Registered Architect ARB(VIC), Registered Architect ARB(WA), RAIA ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS David Jones, BA(UrbSt), GradDipUrbPlan, GradDipHeritPlan&Mgt(FIT), MUP(Prelim), MLArch(Melb), AM(CRP), CertHistPres, PhD(Penn), MPIA CPP, AAILA Reg Land Arch, AAIA, M.ICOMOS ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS (continued) Mark Luther, BArch(Michigan), MArch(Michigan), DArch(Michigan) Richard Tucker, BSc(Hons)(Bath), BArch(Hons)(Bath), PhD(Bath) SENIOR LECTURERS David Beynon, BArch(Hons)(Melb), PhD(Melb) Davisi Boontharm, BArch(Hons)(Bangkok), PhD(France) James Coulson, BArch(Deakin), MArch(Deakin) Hilary Davies, BSc(London), PhD(London), FRICS, ARICS Ursula de Jong, BA(Monash), DipEd(Monash), PhD(Monash) Adam Krezel, BEng(SUT), MEng(SUT), PhD Chunlu Liu, BSc(Tongji), MEng(Tongji), DEng(Nagoya) Mirjana Lozanovska, BArch(Hons)(Melb), PhD(Deakin), Affiliate RAIA John Rollo, BArch(Hons)(Deakin), Arch(UCLA), PhD(Cambridge) LECTURERS Susan Ang, BArch(Deakin), MArch(Deakin) Eric Chan, DPM(RMIT), MBA(H-W), HNC(HK Poly), MCIOB, MRICS, AAIQS, MHKIS Yolanda Esteban, BArch/BBuilding(Deakin), MArch(Deakin) Jeremy Ham*, BArch(Hons)(Deakin),RAIA Simone Leao, BEng/Chemical Eng(Brazil), MSci Urban and Regional Planning(Brazil), PhD(Melb) Flavia Marcello, BSci(Arch)(Sydney), BArch(UNSW), PhD(Sydney), Affiliate RAIA Linda Osman, LEAD Certificate(Swinburne), MEngCM(Swinburne), BEngCivil(RMIT), PhD(Swinburne) Priya Rajagopalan, BTech(Calicut), MSc(Singapore), PhD(Singapore) Astrid Roetzel, Dipl-Ing Arch(Germany), PhD (Germany) Linda Tivendale, BBldg (Hons)(Melb), MBldg (Deakin), AIB Mark Weber, DipBuild, GradCertEd&Training, MBusiness Rebecca Yang, BConMgt(China), MConMgt(China), PhD(Hong Kong)

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DEAKIN UNIVERSITY - continued


ARCHITECTURE STAFF (continued) ASSOCIATE LECTURER Michael Sharman, BArts(Arch)(Deakin), MArch(Deakin) CONSULTANT STAFF Associate Professor Rodney Duncan, BArts(Monash), GradDipUrban&Regional Planning (Merit)(University of New England), DipEd(Monash Teachers College) Tim Sproat, BEc(New England), DipFinMan(New England), FCPA RESEARCH FELLOWS Robert Fuller, DipAutoEng(UK), DipMechEng(Swinburne), MEngSc(Melb), PhD (Melb) Vishal Singh, BArch(India), MDesign(Product Design&Eng)(India), PhD(Sydney), Registered Architect(India) Leilei Xu, BArch(China), PhD(Sydney) ADJUNCT PROFESSOR Daryl Jackson, AO, BArch(Melb), LFRAIA HONORARY PROFESSOR David Jaggar, PhD(Liverpool John Moores), MPhil(CNAA), MACostE, FRICS, MCIOB ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR Manita Stokes, BA(Deakin) Email: manita.stokes@deakin.edu.au CURRICULUM STUDENT AND STAFF SUPPORT COORDINATOR Carole Hardiman, BArts(Deakin), DipBus(Gordon TAFE) HEAD OF SCHOOL'S ASSISTANT Sally Jackson ADMINISTRATION Jenny Battye* (Student and Staff Support) Monique Cahill* (Finance and HR Officer) Ruth Henderson (Student and Staff Support) Marj Timberlake (School administration) April Wallbank* (School administration) TECHNICAL STAFF Des Walters (Workshop) Shane Warren (Computing) Goce Mitreski (Computing) (* refers to fractional staff)

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Deakin University Course Structure


STUDY AREA S342 Bachelor of Design (Architecture) Year 1 DESIGN Design 1A Design 1B 2 credits DOCUMENTATION & COMMUNICATION Graphic & Coded Communication Computer Aided Modelling TECHNOLOGY & ENVIRONMENT Building Material Science Construction and Structures 1 PRACTICE Safety Induction Program (0 credit) Construction and Structures 2 Environmental Studies Environmental Services Construction and Structures 3 Sustainable Futures Building Systems and Environments Built Environment Professional Practice Cost Planning HISTORY & THEORY Art and Society Utopian Ideals in the Modern World Australasian Architecture RESEARCH Full time study = 8 credit points / year 2 credits ELECTIVES Elective Elective Discipline Elective Discipline Elective The City OR Contemporary Architecture Thesis Preparation Thesis Urban Ecologies Built Environment Integrated Project Design 2A Design 2B 2 credits 2 credits Design 3B Project Documentation 2 credits Year 2 Design 3A Year 3 S700 Master of Architecture Year 4 Design in Urban Contexts Urban Design Year 5 Architectural Design Resolution Architecture Design Masterclass

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Deakin University Course Structure


STUDY AREA D364 Bachelor of Design (Architecture)/Bachelor of Construction Management Year 1 DESIGN Design 1A Design 1B 2 credits DOCUMENTATION & COMMUNICATION Graphic & Coded Communication Computer Aided Modelling TECHNOLOGY & ENVIRONMENT Building Material Science Construction and Structures 1 Construction and Structures 2 Environmental Studies Building Safety Technology Projects PRACTICE Safety Induction Program (0 credit) Contract Administration 1 Contract Administration 2 Project Planning & Scheduling Contract Administration 3 Building Cost Planning Built Environment Professional Practice Built Environment Integrated Project Urban Ecologies Construction and Structures 3 Environmental Services Year 2 Design 2A Design 2B 2 credits Project Documentation Year 3 Year 4 Design 3A 2 credits Design 3B Year 5 S701 MArch (Design) Year 6 Design in Urban Contexts Architecture Design Masterclass 2 credits

HISTORY & THEORY

Art and Society

Utopian Ideals in the Modern World

Australasian Architecture

The City

RESEARCH

Honours Thesis

Thesis

2 credits ECONOMICS Measurement & Estimating 1 Construction Finance Building Economics Measurement & Estimating 2 Project Management 2 Project Management 3 Measurement & Estimating 3 Building Project Evaluation Professional Practice

MANAGEMENT Full time study = 8 credit points /year

Project Management 1

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GRIFFITH UNIVERSITY
Architecture Program, Griffith School of Environment; Science, Environment, Engineering & Technology Group, Building G39 Griffith University, Gold Coast Campus QLD 4222 Tel: (07) 5552 7206

Fax: (07) 5552 7530

Email: architecture@griffith.edu.au

Web: www.griffith.edu.au/

Discipline Head, Architecture: Professor Gordon Holden, PhD, MA(UrbDes), DipArch, FRAIA, FNZIA, Reg Arch Qld, Reg Arch NZ COURSE INFORMATION Griffith University commenced delivery of its 3-year undergraduate program in architecture, the Bachelor of Environmental Design (Architectural Studies) in semester 1, 2010 and will introduce a 2-year Master of Architecture professional qualification in semester 1, 2013. MINIMUM TIME FOR PROGRAM COMPLETION Bachelor of Environmental Design (Architectural Studies) 3 years Master of Architecture 2 years SCHOOL LEAVER ADMISSION CUT-OFF SCORE FOR 2011 OP: 7 ENTRY QUOTA NUMBER FOR SCHOOL LEAVERS 70 YEAR 12 PRE-REQUISITES FOR ADMISSION English YEAR 12 ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION N/A TOTAL STUDENTS ENROLLED IN FIRST YEAR OF PROGRAM 2011 (EFTSU/L) (year before publication date) Male Female Total Total 48 29 77 Domestic 45 25 70 Overseas 3 4 7 TOTAL COURSE STUDENT NUMBERS 2011 (including Parts 1 and 2 of course) (EFTSU) (year before publication date) Male Female Total Total 71 42 113 Domestic 66 37 103 Overseas 5 5 10 GRADUATIONS 2010 (from professional degree only) N/A ARTICULATION N/A GRADUATE PROGRAMS N/A RESEARCH ACTIVITIES Architecture History/Theory Urban Design Architectural Design Architecture Technologies STUDENT ACTIVITIES Student Group: GAS (Griffith Architectural Society) LIBRARY RESOURCES Developing digital books, books, journals and other digital media COMPUTING RESOURCES 42 Dell T3500 OTHER RESOURCES 3D Printer, Laser cutters, AO plan printers, starboards, laminator, printers and technical measurement instruments DISTANCE EDUCATION N/A RECOGNITION/ACCREDITATION The architecture program received a successful Preliminary Assessment by the Australian Institute of Architects/Architects Accreditation Council of Australia (AACA)/Board of Architects of Queensland in 2011. The AACA maintains a listing of accredited architecture courses in Australia. ARCHITECTURE STAFF - FULL TIME DISCIPLINE HEAD, ARCHITECTURE Gordon Holden, PhD, MA(UrbDes), DipArch, FRAIA, FNZIA, Reg Arch Qld, Reg Arch NZ ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR Leigh Shutter, MSc(Arch)(Col), BArch(Adel), RAIA, Reg Arch Qld SENIOR LECTURERS Andrew Leach, BA, MArch(Well), PhD(Ghent) Henry Skates, BSc(Arch), BArch(Hons)(Dundee), PhD(VUW), PgCUT(Ulster) LECTURER Alexandra Brown, BDesSt(UQ), BArch(Hons)(UQ), RAIA SENIOR TECHNICAL OFFICER ARCHITECTURE Keith Joyce, BE(Elec), GRADDipED(Tech), BSc(Env) ADMIN STAFF Katrina Best, Administrative Officer Meredith Stewart, Administrative Officer RESEARCH STAFF PhD Students: Andrea Bosio Tracey Woods SESSIONAL STAFF Di Ball Andrea Bosio Alex Cohn Peter Dawson Paul Fairweather Finn Jones Katie Maccoll Katherine Mercer Lisa Mercer Chris Moynihan Rob Norman SESSIONAL STAFF (continued) Cameron Thiessen Katrina Torresan Yvonne Wang Teresa Wuersching HONORARY ARCHITECTURE STAFF Adjunct Professor Michael Rayner, AM, LFRAIA VISITING LECTURERS 2011 Professor John Macarthur, Affiliate RAIA Professor Shane Murray, FRAIA Julie Willis, BPD(Melb), BArch(Melb), PhD(Melb)

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Bachelor of Environmental Design Architectural Studies Program (Architecture discipline courses shaded)

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Science, Technology & Managementt Courses


The Global Environment (ENV-Pl) 1301 Introduction to Structures (ENV-Eng) 1801 Principles of Sustainable Design (ENV-Arch) 2904 Construction Materials & Practices (ENV-Eng) 2801 Building Construction and Services (ENV-Arch) 3904 Project Management Principles (Env-Eng) 3004

Communications Courses & Electives


Creating the Image (QCA) 1210

Introduction to Architecture Architectural History 1 (scoping principles focus) (ENV-Arch) 1903 (ENV-Arch) 1901 Architecture Studio 1 (human/culture focus) (ENV-Arch) 1902 Architecture Studio 2 (Urb History, Theory & Methods of Des focus) Urban Design (ENV-Arch) 2901 (ENV-arch) 2903 Architecture Studio 3 (Sustainable construction focus) (20pt) (ENV-Arch) 2902 Architecture Studio 4 (ENV-Arch) 3901 Architecture Studio 5 (20pt) (ENV-Arch) 3902 Architectural History 2 (ENV-Arch) 3903

Structure and the Environment (QCA) 2599 Understanding the Australian City (ENV-Pl) 1037 Elective/WIL/Special Topic

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Master of Architecture DRAFT PROPOSAL Year


1

Sem
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Design Courses
Architecture Studio (Theory/Ideas focus) (ENV-Arch) Architecture Studio (Integration Focus) (ENV-Arch) Architecture Design Research Project (ENV-Arch) Architecture Design Research Project (ENV-Arch)

Technology + Environment + Prac Management Courses


Professional Practice 1 (ENV-Arch) Advanced Integrated Technologies (ENV-Arch) Advanced Environmental Studies (ENVArch) Professional Practice 2 (ENV-Arch)

Theory + Research & Electives Courses


Elective

Contemporary Architecture (ENV-Arch) Elective Design Exegesis

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MONASH UNIVERSITY
Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture, 900 Dandenong Road, Caulfield East, VIC 3145

Tel: (03) 9903 4931 Fax: (03) 9903 1682

Email: architecture@monash.edu Web: www.artdes.monash.edu.au/architecture/gallery.html Dean, Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture: Professor Shane Murray, BArch(Melb), MArch(RMIT), PhD(RMIT), FRAIA Head of Department: Diego Ramirez-Lovering (Acting), BFA(RISD), BArch(RISD), MArch(RMIT), Affiliate RAIA Architecture Program Coordinator: Ari Seligmann, BArch(Rice), MArch(Berkeley), PhD(UCLA) ARCHITECTURE AT MONASH Architecture at Monash consists of a 5-year, 2-degree program: Bachelor of Architectural Design 3 years Master of Architecture 2 years. MINIMUM TIME FOR PROGRAM COMPLETION 5 years SCHOOL LEAVER ADMISSION CUT-OFF SCORE FOR 2011 ATAR: 91.31 ENTRY QUOTA NUMBER FOR SCHOOL LEAVERS 65 YEAR 12 PRE-REQUISITES FOR ADMISSION VCE English 3 & 4 or equivalent, VCE Mathematics (any) 3 & 4 YEAR 12 ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION General VCE curriculum non specific to the field of study TOTAL STUDENTS ENROLLED IN FIRST YEAR OF PROGRAM 2011 (EFTSU) Male Female Total Total 32.6 31.8 64.4 Domestic 26.6 24.8 51.4 Overseas 6 7 13 TOTAL COURSE STUDENT NUMBERS 2011 (Years 1, 2, 3 of the Bachelor and year 1 of the Masters) (EFTSU) Male Female Total Total 99.3 104.6 203.9 Domestic 83.8 88.6 172.4 Overseas 15.5 16 31.5 GRADUATIONS 2010 (from professional degree only) N/A ARTICULATION N/A GRADUATE PROGRAMS Master of Architecture A Coursework masters formulated to progress the foundation of the undergraduate level in view of qualifying for practice in architecture. Doctor of Philosophy in Art and Design The Department of Architecture offers a PhD program of design-based research in architecture as well as cross disciplinary research topics. It also offers a written PhD in architectural theory. Research topics are determined through consultation between candidates, supervisory staff and the graduate research committee. RESEARCH ACTIVITIES Contemporary urbanism and urban architecture with a focus on sustainable and affordable housing Practice based research Architecture for the regions Further information: artdes.monash.edu.au/architecture/research/ STUDENT ACTIVITIES Exhibitions SONA Gallery volunteering scheme LIBRARY RESOURCES Visit: guides.lib.monash.edu/architecture/ COMPUTING RESOURCES Large Format Printing Laser cutter 3-D Printing OTHER RESOURCES Faculty Gallery Multimedia Studio Wood, Metal, Glass workshops DISTANCE EDUCATION N/A RECOGNITION/ACCREDITATION The Australian Institute of Architects and the Architects Registration Board of Victoria currently recognise and accredit this course. The Architects Accreditation Council of Australia maintains a listing of all accredited courses in Australia. ARCHITECTURE STAFF FULL TIME PROFESSORS Dean, Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture and Foundation Professor: Shane Murray, BArch(Melb), MArch(RMIT), PhD(RMIT), FRAIA PRACTICE PROFESSOR Nigel Bertram, BArch(Melb), MArch(RMIT), PhD(RMIT), RAIA SENIOR LECTURERS Diego Ramirez-Lovering, BFA(RISD), BArch(RISD), MArch(RMIT), Affiliate RAIA Karen Burns, BArts(Monash), MA(Monash), PhD(Melb) Markus Jung, Dipl IngArch(KIT) LECTURERS Ari Seligmann, BArch(Rice), MArch(Berkeley), PhD(UCLA) Ross Brewin, BAppSc(Curtin), BArch(Hons)(Curtin), MArch(RMIT) Maud Cassaignau, MScArch(ETHZ), BScArch (ETHZ) Eduardo Kairuz, BArch(Hons)(Universidad Central de Venezuela), MFA(Sydney College of the Arts) Lee-Anne Khor, BArch(Hons)(RMIT), Regd ARBV John Sadar, BArch(McGill), MArch(Helsinki Tech), PhD(UPenn) Tim Schork, BArch(Hons)(RMIT) RESEARCH STAFF Catherine Murphy, GradDip Urban Planning Barend Meyer BArch(Hons)(RMIT), MArch(RMIT) Tom Morgan, BArch(Hons)(RMIT) SESSIONAL STAFF Bruce Allen, LFRAIA (Bruce Allen + Rebbecca Naughtin Architects) SESSIONAL STAFF (continued) Jacqui Alexander, BArch(RMIT), MArch(RMIT) (Kerstin Thompson Architects) Axel Bauman, Diploma ZGH(Kassel) (ABBD) Michel Barraclough (John Wardle Architects) Vito Billa (Monash Metal Studio) Monique Brady-Woodward (Wood Wood Ward) Alana Cooke, BArch(Hons)(Melb) (Herbert Mason) John Doyle, BArch(RMIT), MArch(TIT), RAIA (Studio Index) Charity Edwards (Willams Boag) Alison Fairley, BArch(RMIT) Alastair Flynn, BArch(RMIT), Regd ARBV (Lyons) Jonathan Grove (Designs 2U) Helena Harry, AADipl, RIBA (Hayball) Georgina Hoad Tai Hollingsbee, BEng(Hons)(London) (GHD) Gwyllim Jahn James Juricevich, BArch(Melb) (John Wardle Architects) Isabel Lasala (Lasala y Lasala Architects) Alex Matovic (Grimshaw Architects) Thomas Mckenzie Lucinda Mclean, BArch(Melb), MArch(SAA), RAIA (NMBW) Yvonne Meng Rebecca Naughtin, RAIA (Bruce Allen + Rebecca Naughtin Architects) Adam Newman Laila Seawang Craig Tan (Craig Tan Architects) Bethany Wheeler (Monash Glass Studio) Jen Wood (WoWoWa) ADJUNCT STAFF John Denton, BArch(Melb), Honorary Doctorate (Monash), LFRAIA (Denton Corker Marshall) Peter Elliott, AM, LFRAIA (Peter Elliott Architecture and Urban Design) Robert McGauran, LFRAIA (McGauran Giannini Soon) Robert Simeoni, RAIA (Robert Simeoni Architects) VISITING LECTURERS Dagur Eggertsson (Rintala + Eggertsson) Sami Rintala (Rintala + Eggertsson)

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QUEENSLAND UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY


School of Design, 2 George Street, Brisbane Qld 4000, (GPO Box 2434)

Telephone: (07) 3138 2670

Fax: (07) 3138 1528

Email: Design School Coordinator [dessc@qut.edu.au] Web: www.qut.edu.au Head of School of Design: Professor Paul Sanders Course Coordinator (Bachelor of Design): Andrew Scott Course Coordinator (Master of Architecture): Dr Philip Crowther BACHELOR OF DESIGN (Architectural Studies) DE40 This is a four year full time pre-professional architectural course that commenced in 2006. It is followed by a one year full time MArch professional architectural program that commenced in 2010. MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE DE80 This is a one year full time professional architectural program. Entry is granted upon completion of DE40 (or equivalent). MINIMUM TIME FOR PROGRAM COMPLETION 5 years (full time) SCHOOL LEAVER ADMISSION CUT-OFF SCORE FOR 2011 OP: 5 ENTRY QUOTA NUMBER FOR SCHOOL LEAVERS General Quota (includes school leavers) there is no set quota; student numbers are determined each year by OP score for that year. YEAR 12 PRE-REQUISITES FOR ADMISSION Nil YEAR 12 ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION 4 semesters of sound achievement in English TOTAL STUDENTS ENROLLED IN FIRST YEAR OF PROGRAM 2011 (EFTSL) Male Female Total Total 110 68 178 Domestic 96 58 154 Overseas 14 10 24 TOTAL COURSE STUDENT NUMBERS 2011 (including Parts 1 and 2 of course) (EFTSL) Male Female Total Total 434 323 757 Domestic 394 288 682 Overseas 40 35 75 GRADUATIONS 2010 (from professional degree only) Male Female Total Total 31 20 51 Domestic 29 17 46 Overseas 2 3 5 ARTICULATION (from local TAFE courses) TAFE graduates who gain entry to the architecture courses are awarded credits for first year units excluding architectural design units. TAFE graduates must apply through QTAC (Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre). RESEARCH ACTIVITIES Design tools - Advanced digital techniques are being introduced in the architectural courses including parameterization, environmental performance and building information modelling (BIM). The aim is to use BIM to improve the quality of the design outcomes through a wider understanding of the design problem and the range of possible solutions to the needs of the clients, users of the building and society in general. Sustainable Systems - The design of sustainable and net positive systems requires a synthesis of new technology, ethics and imagination within a whole systems design framework. In a trans-disciplinary, team-based working and learning environment, students will learn how the built environment can become a solution to the past ecological damage and social inequity that is currently embedded in urban form. Architecture at QUT will become distinguished internationally for its service to the advancement of architecture, and a national focus for innovation in design and sustainable development. Design research in sub-tropical design, smart sustainable design, environmentally responsive design, solar design, architectural practice and design, theory & practice relationships, design as research, town centre design, performance-based design & virtual reality. Technology cluster research in sustainable systems & energy, design for disassembly, building materials, building construction, building legislation & fire safety issues. History & theory cluster research in urbanism, regional architecture. Asian architecture and culture, contemporary & late Twentieth Century architecture, theory and practice relationships, historical architectural technology, theory & design, cultural landscapes, research policy, psychological aspects of interior design, intersection of cultural theory & architectural theory and contemporary public housing. PUBLICATIONS & EXHIBITIONS End of year publication of student projects. Period exhibitions of student projects and displays of travelling exhibitions. SPECIAL ACTIVITIES Public Lecture Series & study tours. Continuing education programs within Faculty include Architecture, Planning, Landscape Architecture, Urban Design, Interior Design, Industrial Design, Computer Applications, and Architectural Practice. STUDENT ACTIVITIES SONA (National student organisation) AA Architects Anonymous (QUT student guild organisation) LIBRARY RESOURCES 750,000 Books & videos, 30,000 print & electronic journals & 500 data bases, 4,000 Architecture titles, 240 Journal subs in Architecture. STUDENT COMPUTING RESOURCES Computer Lab: 80 PCs Student access to a network drive for data for assignment backup, handouts and hand-ins can be stored on the server, student printing and plotting available. Wireless connection to studio rooms. Online learning & teaching system. Up to A3 colour printing and up to A0 colour plotting is available on site. Access to printing is in lab and networked. Wide range of software available. Open 24 hours 7 days. Wide range of digital resources. Computer on wheels (COW). OTHER RESOURCES Comprehensive workshops (including digital router & laser cutters, rapid prototyping, 3D printers), student resource centre (trade literature, photocopying facilities, plan printing), light & colour lab plus artificial sky, heliodon, and 24 hour access soft-workshop. DISTANCE EDUCATION not available RECOGNITION/ACCREDITATION The new DE80 Master of Architecture course received full accreditation and recognition in 2011 from the Board of Architects of Queensland and the Australian Institute of Architects. The Architects Accreditation Council of Australia maintains a listing of all accredited courses in Australia. ARCHITECTURE STAFF FULL TIME ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR Philip Crowther, PhD(QUT), MEd(Macquarie), BArch(QUT), BBE(Architectural Studies)(QUT), BA (Film & Video Production)(QCA:Griffith) SENIOR LECTURERS Rosie Kennedy, BArch(UQ), RAIA Sheona Thomson, MEd(ICT)(QUT), BArch(Hons)(UQ), BDesStud(UQ) LECTURERS Simone Brott, PhD(Melbourne), MA(Yale), BArch(Melbourne) Glenda Caldwell, MArch(Florida), BSc(Michigan) Mirko Guaralda, PhD(Politecnico di Milano), BArch(Politecnico di Milano) Veronica Garcia-Hansen, PhD(QUT) Anoma Kumarasuriyar, PhD(QUT), MScEng(Yokohama), RIBA Part1(Sri Lanka) Susan Loh, BArch(Carleton), BA(Hons)

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ARCHITECTURE STAFF (continued) LECTURERS (continued) David Nielsen, MTech(TWR), BArch(Wits) Lindy Osborne, PGDipl, BArch(Natal) Yasuhiro Santo, AADipl RESEARCH PROFESSORS PROFESSOR OF DESIGN SCIENCE John Frazer, AADipl, MA(Cambridge). FCSD, FRSA PROFESSOR OF DIGITAL DESIGN Robin Drogemuller, BArch (Adel), BApplSci(Maths &Computing)(CIAE) HONORARY STAFF ADJUNCT PROFESSORS Helen Armstrong Gillian Boulton-Lewis Christiano Ceccato Cees de Bont Lisa Diedrich Kun-Pyo Lee John Montgomery Kevin OBrien Alessandra Ponte Alan Short Dianne Smith Malcolm Snow Jennifer Taylor Glenn Thomas Simos Yannas Ken Yeang

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STUDY AREA COURSE STRUCTURE: Bachelor of Design (Architectural Studies) (DE40) Year 1 Semester 1
HUMAN SCIENCES & CULTURAL CONTEXT

cp

Year 1 Semester 2

cp

Year 2 Semester 1

cp

Year 2 cp Semester 2
DAB420 12 Architecture, Culture and Space

Year 3 Semester 1

cp

Year 3 Semester 2

cp

Year 4 Semester 1

cp

Year 4 Semester 2

cp

DEB202 12 Introducing Design History DAB220 12 Theories and Contexts of Placemaking

DAB325 12 Architecture in 20th Century

DAB525 12 Architecture and the City

DESIGN & RESEARCH

DAB110 12 Architectural Design 1 DEB101 12 Introducing Design

DAB210 12 Architectural Design 2

DAB310 12 Architectural Design 3

DAB410 12 Architectural Design 4

DAB510 12 Architectural Design 5

DAB610 12 Architectural Design 6 DEB601 12 Collaborative Design

DAB710 12 Architectural Design 7 DEB701 Design and Research 12

DAB810 12 Architectural Design 8

TECHNOLOGY & PHYSICAL SCIENCES PROFESSIONAL STUDIES & COMMUNICATIONS DEB100 12 Design and Sustainability DEB103 12 Visualisation 1 ELECTIVES DEB203 12 Visualisation 2

DAB330 12 Integrated Technologies 1

DAB435 12 Architectural Technology 1

DAB530 12 Integrated Technologies 2

DAB635 12 Architectural Technology 2 DEB801 12 Professional Studies

12 Minor or Major Unit

12 Minor or Major Unit

12 Minor or Major Unit

12 Minor or Major Unit

12 Minor or Major Unit 12 Minor or Major Unit

12 Minor or Major Unit 12 Minor or Major Unit

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STUDY AREA COURSE STRUCTURE: Master of Architecture (DE80) Year (5) cp Semester 1
HUMAN SCIENCES & CULTURAL CONTEXT DESIGN & RESEARCH DAN125 Contemporary Architectural Culture DAN100 12 Master Studio A DAN110 12 Architectural Theory and Research 1 TECHNOLOGY & PHYSICAL SCIENCES PROFESSIONAL STUDIES & COMMUNICATIONS cp = credit points DAN135 Advanced Topics in Architectural Technology 1 DAN200 12 Master Studio B DAN220 12 Architectural Theory and Research 2 DAN230 12 Advanced Studio in Integrated Technologies DAN245 12 Professional Practice

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RMIT UNIVERSITY
RMIT Architecture Program, School of Architecture + Design, Building 8, Level 12, 360 Swanston Street, Melbourne VIC 3000 (GPO Box 2476) Tel: (03) 9925 9799 Fax: (03) 9925 3507 Email: architecture@rmit.edu.au Web: www.rmit.edu.au/architecturedesign RMIT School of Architecture + Design Web: www.rmit.edu.au/architecture Pro-Vice Chancellor, College of Design + Social Context: Professor Colin Fudge Head, School of Architecture + Design: Professor Richard Blythe, RAIA RMIT Architecture Program Director: Associate Professor Melanie Dodd, RAIA BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN The course consists of 6 one-semester levels with all subjects prescribed at each level. There are two student electives offered at level 5 & 6. All design studios offer balloted choices at each level, and are vertically integrated. Design studio courses and Portfolio are designated as core subjects. MINIMUM TIME FOR PROGRAM COMPLETION 3 years MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE (PROFESSIONAL) The course consists of 4 one-semester levels with all subjects prescribed at each level. All design studios offer balloted choices at each level with Major Project being thesis by design project undertaken by final year students. MINIMUM TIME FOR PROGRAM COMPLETION 2 years SCHOOL LEAVER ADMISSION CUT-OFF SCORE FOR PRESENT YEAR No set cut-off score. Admission process is through an aggregate of: Pre-selection Kit/Interview score/ENTER score ENTRY QUOTA NUMBER FOR SCHOOL LEAVERS Approx: 58-60 YEAR 12 PRE-REQUISITES FOR ADMISSION University pre-requisite of English 3 and 4. YEAR 12 ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION Minimum requirements for Year 12 completion. TOTAL STUDENTS ENROLLED IN FIRST YEAR OF PROGRAM 2011 (EFTSU) Male Female Total Total 62 41 103 Domestic 40 18 58 Overseas 22 23 45 TOTAL COURSE STUDENT NUMBERS 2011 (including Parts 1 and 2 of course) (EFTSU) Male Female Total Total 403 256 659 Domestic 236 133 369 Overseas 167 123 290 GRADUATIONS 2010 (from professional degree only) Male Female Total Total 42 44 86 Domestic 30 29 59 Overseas 12 15 27 ARTICULATION (from local TAFE courses) Credit transfer arrangements from RMIT TAFE and the Bachelor of Architectural Design at RMIT are: Completed Advanced Diploma of Building Design (Architectural) (credited with up to 1.5 equivalent semesters subject to satisfactory grade point average). RESEARCH ACTIVITIES School Postgraduate research main page: www.rmit.edu.au/architecturedesign/research RMIT Architecture Research: www.architecture.rmit.edu.au/Research/ The Architecture Program offers Masters of Architecture and PhD research degrees by thesis and by project. Distinguished international visiting academics and practitioners take part in the Graduate Research Conferences which involve public lectures, postgraduate exhibition/examinations and candidate in-progress presentations. Key architecture research concentrations include: - Expanded Field, Director: Sand Helsel trans-disciplinary and community oriented design teaching, research, consultancy, and postgraduate supervision. Staff include Richard Black, Mel Dodd, Anna Johnson. - Urban Architecture Laboratory (UAL) architecture.rmit.edu.au/Research/Urban_Architect ure_Laboratory.php. Director: Nigel Bertram urban design teaching, research, consultancy, and postgraduate supervision. Staff include Simon Whibley. RESEARCH ACTIVITIES (continued) - Spatial Information Architecture Laboratory (SIAL) www.sial.rmit.edu.au/ Director: Mark Burry - digital design teaching, research and postgraduate supervision. Recent SIAL Grants include: Ethics and aesthetics as criteria for innovation: A design research study of biological art and digital architecture, ARC Discovery, CI: Pia Ednie-Brown, Mark Burry, Andrew Burrows, 2009-2011. ARC projects: www.sial.rmit.edu.au/Projects/Australian_Research _Council_(ARC)_-_Grants.php - The Expanded Field, UAL and SIAL offer undergraduate studios and electives that provide pathways to postgraduate research programs in design research. - Sustainable Architecture stream. Director: Graham Crist. Sustainable Architecture design teaching, research, consultancy, and postgraduate supervision. Projects: architecture.rmit.edu.au/Projects/Sustainable_Archi tecture_Projects.php - Reflective Practice Invited stream. Director: Leon van Schaik. Postgraduate supervison. Candidates are invited to extend their practice mastery through design research. Recent events: Reflection on practice: capturing innovation and creativity, RIBA Research Symposium 2007. Keynote: Leon van Shaik. Invited Speaker: Richard Blythe - Architecture and Design Discourse Architectural history + theory teaching, research, publication and postgraduate supervision. The Architecture program offers research supervision by thesis on design practice culture and design discourse. This team promotes an active academic publication research culture documented below. BOOKS Architecture publications: architecture.rmit.edu.au/Projects/Architecture_Public ations.php BOOKS (continued) Recent RMIT Architecture staff publications include: Leon van Schaik, Procuring Innovative Architecture, London UK, Routledge - Leon Van Schaik: The Practice of Practice 2. Melbourne, onepointsixone - Gretchen Wilkins (ed): Distributed Urbanism: Cities After Google Earth - Stuart Harrison, Innovative Homes Designed for Our Climate Australia and New Zealand, Thames & Hudson - A. Johnson, L. van Schaik: Design Practice Research. The GRC: A History - Mauro Baracco (ed.): Tree Sprawl Consolidation and Expansion of Open Vegetated Space: Projects in the Urban Territory of Merri Creek, Melbourne, School of Architecture and Design, RMIT University, Melbourne, 2011 - E. Charlesworth and R. Adams (eds.) (2011) The EcoEdge: Case Studies in Sustainable Design, Architectural Press, Oxford SPECIAL ACTIVITIES - RMIT Architecture Events: architecture.rmit.edu.au/Events/ - Public Lectures, conferences, design workshops, short courses, open day, end of semester exhibitions, Final Year Major Project Exhibition and publication, and publications launches. - Leon van Schaik; Curated Exhibition Thinking About Architects: Thinking About Architecture 2000 2008 Ideograms by Leon van Schaik. - Event Book: State Of Design Festival Guide Ideogram; Leon van Schaik - MatchPoint Melbourne; UAL Design & Research Workshop; cooperation between University of Innsbruk & State of Design Festival.

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International Projects: - International Architecture Workshop 2003-2009 including Shanghai 2009, Barcelona 2008, Michigan 2007, Sendai 2005, Melbourne 2004. Regional development design workshop series, with: RMIT Architecture; LEcole darchitecture longuedoc Rousillon Montpellier; Migayi University Sendai, Japan; Tohoku University Sendai; Tohoku University of Technology Sendai, University of Michigan. 2009 Studio in China. EXTREMES Upper Pool Design Studio with Studio Prix, die Angewandte, Vienna + SCI ARC Los Angeles. Semester 2 2008, Semester 1 2009, Semester 2 2009. Community and Industry partnered Design Research Studios and exhibitions: - HYBRICK Lower Pool design studio in collaboration with Think Brick, Martyn Hook & Rodney Eggleston. - POP-UP STREET: A design studio sited in a shop front in Foster Street Dandenong, lead by Mel Dodd and Tarryn Boden, and supported by VicUrbans Revitalising Dandenong program. The outcomes included the production of a public event in September 2011. - THREE LITTLE PIGS: A 1:1 material prototyping design studio lead by Gretchen Wilkins, Leanne Zilka and John Cherrey in collaboration with product manufacturers. - WORLD ARCHITECTURE WORKSHOP; REUNION ISLAND, France. Students from France & Japan: lead by Graham Crist, Gretchen Wilkins & Paul Minifie. - DISTRIBUTED HUBS: Upper Pool Design Studio in collaboration with Victorian Government Department of Treasury; Graham Crist & Simon Whibley. - LATENT URBANISM: Upper Pool Design Studio in Berlin at the AEDES Netware Campus; James Staughton & Michael Roper. - TOKYOISM: Upper Pool Summer Studio in Tokyo with Ed Carter and John Doyle. Community and Industry partnered Design Research Studios and exhibitions (continued): - CAPITheticAL: Upper Pool Studio for national ACT Government Centenary of Canberra Competition, lead by Simon Whibley. - MATCHPOINT Innsbruck: International Studio in Innsbruck with Bart Lootsma, Nigel Bertram and Marika Neustupney. STUDENT ACTIVITIES - Prospective student introductory design workshop. Follow the Short Course link on the programs page: architecture.dsc.rmit.edu.au/ - RMIT Architecture Student Association (RASH) affiliated with SONA. LIBRARY RESOURCES RMIT Central library, including audio-visual and slide library. COMPUTING RESOURCES Computer laboratory of Mac and DOS workstations with plotting and printing facilities. Workshop CAD/CAM 3D cutter Router, 3-axis Milling Machine. SIAL has high-end computer workstations, 3D digitiser, 3D wax Thermal Printer, Laser cutter, A0 colour plotter, videoconference, broadband network, and a large suite of engineering, architectural and design modelling software including CATIA. Pod Studio - acoustically isolated digital sound studio. OTHER RESOURCES Audiovisual studio, technology laboratory, model workshop, machine workshop, photography studio, drafting studio. DISTANCE EDUCATION N/A RECOGNITION/ACCREDITATION The Australian Institute of Architects and the Architects Registration Board of Victoria currently recognise and accredit this course. The Architects Accreditation Council of Australia maintains a listing of all accredited courses in Australia. ARCHITECTURE STAFF ARCHITECTURE PROGRAM DIRECTOR Associate Professor Melanie Dodd, BArch(Cambridge), MA, DipArch(Cambridge), PhD (RMIT), ARB, RIBA, RAIA ARCHITECTURE ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS Angela Knoll, Michelle Culpan PROFESSORS Professor of Architecture Innovation Chair Leon van Schaik, AO, BArchStudies(Ncle), AADip(SADG), MArch(UCT), PhD(CNAA), RIBA, ARCUK, LFRAIA Professor of Architecture Richard Blythe, BEnvDes, BArch(TSIT), MArch(Melb), Invitational PhD(RMIT), RAIA Mark Burry, BA, DiplinArch(Cambridge), MA(Cambridge), RIBA, RAIA, NZIA Professor of Architectural History Peter Corrigan, AM, BArch(Melb), ED(Yale), HonDArch(RMIT), LFRAIA Tom Kovac, BArch(Hons), MArch(RMIT) Peter Downton, BArch, MArch, PhD(Melb) - School Research Director Harriet Edquist, BA, MA(Monash), PhD(RMIT), Hon FRAIA - Professor of Architectural + Urban Design, Professor of Architectural Theory ADJUNCT PROFESSORS William Lim, AADipl, HonDArch(RMIT) Carey Lyon, BArch(Melb), LFRAIA Ian McDougall, BArch, MArch(RMIT), LFRAIA Howard Raggatt, BArch(Hons)(UniMelb), MArch(RMIT), LFRAIA Kerstin Thompson, BArch(Hons)(RMIT), MArch(RMIT), RAIA James Brearly, BArch(Hons)(RMIT) ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS Associate Professor of Architectural Design Sand Helsel, AADipl, MArch(RMIT), PhD(RMIT) RIBA School International Students Director Martyn Hook, BArch(Hons)(Curtin), MArch(Bartlett), PhD(RMIT) Paul Minifie (SIAL), BArch(Hons), MArch(RMIT), PhD(RMIT) Vivian Mitsogianni, BArch(Hons)(RMIT), PhD(RMIT) Pia Ednie-Brown (SIAL), BArch(UWA), PGradDip(Arts)(UWA) SENIOR LECTURERS Brent Allpress, BArch(Hons), MArch(Dist)(Auck) Mauro Baracco, BArch(Hons)(Turin Polytechnic Italy) Richard Black,BArch(Hons)(Curtin), MArch(RMIT), PhD(RMIT) LECTURERS Graham Crist, BArch(Hons)(UWA), MArch(UWA), PhD(RMIT), RAIA Anna Johnson, BArch(Hons)(RMIT) Martin Musiatowicz, BArch(UWA) Simon Whibley, BArch(Hons)(Auck), MArch(RMIT), RAIA Gretchen Wilkins, BScArch(CUA), MArch(Dist)(Michigan) Roland Snooks, BArch(RMIT), MArch(Columbia) Christine Phillips, BArch(Hons)(RMIT), MArch(Melb) Jan van Schaik, BArch(Hons)(RMIT) Leanne Zilka, BArch(Hons)(UNSW), MArch(Harvard), RAIA SESSIONAL STAFF Bruce Allen Enza Angelluci Michael Artemenko Barbara Bamford Jane Bennetts Michelle Black Rosanna Blacket Tarryn Boden Nicholas Bourns Alison Fairley Marcus Fajl Kylie Freeman Shelley Freeman Jerome Frumar Michael Bouteloup Peter Brew Melissa Bright Peta Carlin Edmund Carter Paul Coffey Paul Dash Tania Davidge Kirsten Day Nina Dobowitz John Doyle

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ARCHITECTURE STAFF (continued) SESSIONAL STAFF (continued) Simon Drysdale Rodney Eggleston Emilio Fuscaldo Nicola Garrod Kristin Green Conrad Hamann Michelle Hamer David Harrap Stuart Harrison David Henderson Rowena Henry Matthew Herbert Lindsay Holland Peter Holmes Russell Hughes George Huon Irina Igolnikov Jessica In Emma Jackson Brendan Jones Waseem Kahn Niki Kalms Peter Knight Simone Koch Sarah Lake David Lister Natalie Lysenko Farzin Lotfi-Jam Amy Macpherson Stasinos Mantzis Brad Marmion Susan Massey Jack May Lucinda McLean Sean McMahon SESSIONAL STAFF (continued) Mitch McTaggart Michael Mei Sanne Mestrom Ben Milbourne Joshua Morrin Marika Neustupny Rowan Opat Devon Osborne Rutger Pasman Ferras Raffoul Mark Raggatt Simon Reeves Sam Rice Ivan Rijavec Natalie Robinson Jean-Paul Rollo Michael Roper Bruce Rowe Nick Ruljanich Paulo Sampio Louis Sauer Nicholas Searle Michael Spooner Richard Stampton Ben Statkus James Staughton Anthony Styant-Browne Hanna Tai Noelle Teh Emma Templeton Damien Thackray Suzannah Waldron Fleur Watson Meg White Louise Wright

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RMIT University Course Structure


STUDY AREA COURSE STRUCTURE: Bachelor of Architectural Design Year 1 Semester 1 cp Year 1 Semester 2 cp Year 2 Semester 1 cp Year 2 Semester 2 cp Year 3 Semester 1 cp Year 3 Semester 2 cp
STUDIOS Design + Communications 1 24 Design 2 24 Design 3 24 Design 4 24 Design 5 24 Design 6 24

STUDIO SUPPORT (Technology, Practice Communications & History)

Technology 1 Architecture History Introduction

12 Communications 2 12 Technology 2

12 Communications 3

12 Technology 3

12 Technology 4 12

12 Portfolio

12

12 Australian Architecture 12 20th Century Architecture History

PROJECTS, SEMINARS & ELECTIVES

Student Elective 1

12 Student Elective 2

12

STUDY AREA
STUDIOS

COURSE STRUCTURE: Master of Architecture Year 4 Semester 1 cp Year 4 Semester 2 cp Year 5 Semester 1 cp Year 5 Semester 2 cp
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Professional Practice 1

12

Professional Practice 2

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Professional Practice 3

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Architecture Asian Urbanism

12

Architecture Elective 1

12

Architecture Elective 2

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Architecture Elective 3

12

Lower-pool Design (semesters 2-5) and Upper-pool Design (semesters 6-9) are two vertically integrated cohorts, with students balloting for a range of commissioned design studios each semester. A wide range of balloted History and Theory, Communications, and Technology projects and seminars are offered each semester. These include Urban Architecture Laboratory (UAL), Spatial Information Architecture Laboratory (SIAL), architectural history and theory, and interdisciplinary electives, seminars and projects that provide pathways to practice specialisations and to postgraduate research. CP = credit points

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THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE


School of Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Urban Design, North Terrace, Adelaide SA 5005 Email: architecture.enquiries@adelaide.edu.au Web: www.architecture.adelaide.edu.au Acting Head of School: Sam Ridgway, BArch, MArch(Adel), PhD(Syd) ARCHITECTURE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE Architectural education in the School of Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Urban Design at the University of Adelaide is distinctive, suiting selfmotivated students able to take responsibility for their own education. The School has a two-degree academic program of study with a broad first degree, the Bachelor of Design Studies, which provides a foundation in the disciplines of Architecture and Landscape Architecture including some Urban Design content. This is followed by the Master of Architecture (MArch). Both degrees place great importance on the development of creativity and design skills. BACHELOR OF DESIGN STUDIES This degree is the usual pathway for students wishing to enter the Schools suite of Postgraduate coursework programs including the Master of Architecture. The Bachelor of Design Studies is available to applicants with year 12 qualifications who will compete for a place in this program with their ATAR. The required ATAR for 2011 entry was 70.2. Applicants who have completed at least half a year of higher education study may be considered on the basis of their tertiary academic record. VET applicants must have completed a Certificate IV or above from a Registered Training Organisation. Alternatively applicants over the age of 18 who have not done more than two years (full time) tertiary study in the last two years can apply for university entry by completing the Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT). With an average GPA of 60%, graduates of this program will be eligible to enrol in the Master of Architecture or the Master of Landscape Architecture. With a GPA of 70% graduates will be eligible to enrol in the Master of Architecture/Master of Landscape Architecture double degree. In addition to being the pathway to the masters programs the Bachelor of Design Studies is also a BACHELOR OF DESIGN STUDIES (continued) stand alone degree that provides an exit point for students not wanting to proceed to postgraduate study. Entry to the Master of Architecture for Graduates from other Programs Graduates from programs other than the Bachelor of Design Studies or equivalent who wish to enrol in the Master of Architecture will be offered up to 48 units of credit in this program. They will be required to submit a portfolio and will be assessed on a case by case basis. Please call or email the Schools Student Adviser for more information about this entry pathway. Nature of the Program Half of the Bachelor of Design Studies is devoted to design studios in architecture, landscape architecture and urban design. The remaining half of the program consists of core courses in history and theory; representation (digital and hand drawing); construction; and environments, including issues of sustainability. A broad range of material is explored and delivered in the courses that often use important contemporary or historical issues as their starting point. These courses vary in the method used to deliver their curriculum but they usually consist of project work and assignments. There are minimal exams. Design studios are usually centred on a design project that is developed over the semester through a series of assignments and submissions that are assessed. A wide range of design projects will be offered each year varying from the highly speculative to the extremely pragmatic. Projects are often theorised as a means of developing an understanding of the complex nature of designing and creating our built environment. School staff frequently collaborate with respected practitioners from the local and national profession to deliver these courses. Honours Bachelor of Design Studies graduates can apply to undertake an additional Honours year in Design

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Honours (continued) Studies. The Honours Degree of Bachelor of Design Studies allows students to research a particular area from a wide range of topics such as: history of landscapes and buildings, cross-cultural architectural studies, and environmental studies. The Honours program opens the possibility for students to continue their studies into postgraduate (by research) programs, either at a Masters or PhD level. Overseas Studios An overseas design studio option is offered in the second level of this program. In 2011 this was in Edinburgh. MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE The Master of Architecture is the required and accredited qualification for registration as an architect. Most students enter the program via the Bachelor of Design Studies however there is also a significant cohort of international students and also some students who have completed a recognised undergraduate program elsewhere in Australia. This is an intensive four-semester length studiobased academic program that develops professional and creative abilities in a context of contemporary theory and practice of architecture. Projects are used as the basis for learning, discussion and review. Some projects lead students through technical, administrative, planning or other specific aspects of practice, while others promote innovative approaches to design with a more open agenda. The programs combine a global outlook with extensive use of case studies of Australian and international work. Teaching is by a combination of University staff and visiting practising professionals. Projects are used as the basis for learning, discussion and review. Some projects lead students through technical, administrative, planning or other specific aspects of practice, while others promote innovative approaches to design with a more open agenda. In the Master of Architecture program, assessment is based on project work rather than on examinations. Details of all assessment tasks and the weighting of

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE (continued) each are contained in the course guide for each course. Some courses contain assessment hurdles. These are components that must be passed to pass the course overall. MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE/MASTER OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE DOUBLE DEGREE This is an intensive six-semester length studiobased academic program that includes all of the requirements for the degrees of Master of Architecture and Master of Landscape Architecture. The School welcomes applications for entry into these programs from Australia and overseas. MINIMUM TIME FOR PROGRAM COMPLETION The equivalent of 3 years (Bachelors of Design Studies) + 2 years (Masters of Architecture) for full time study. SCHOOL LEAVER ADMISSION CUT-OFF SCORE FOR 2011 ATAR: 70.2 ENTRY QUOTA NUMBER FOR SCHOOL LEAVERS 102 YEAR 12 ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION Basic freehand drawing ability, computer skills and Stage 1 SACE Maths [or equivalent]. TOTAL STUDENTS ENROLLED IN FIRST YEAR OF PROGRAM 2011 (EFTSL) Male Female Total Total 93.25 74.75 168 Domestic 75.5 49.38 124.88 Overseas 17.75 25.375 43.16 TOTAL PROGRAM STUDENT NUMBERS 2011 (including Parts 1 and 2 of program) (EFTSL) Male Female Total Total 249.63 194.38 444.01 Domestic 195.13 139.25 334.38 Overseas 54.5 55.13 109.63

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GRADUATIONS 2010 (from Master of Architecture) Male Female Total Total 27 17 44 Domestic 18 9 27 Overseas 9 8 17 DISTANCE EDUCATION The School does not offer any courses through Distance Education. RECOGNITION/ACCREDITATION The Australian Institute of Architects and the Architects Board of South Australia recognise and accredit the Bachelor of Design Studies/Master of Architecture. The Architects Accreditation Council of Australia maintains a listing of all accredited courses in Australia. RESEARCH ACTIVITIES The School of Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Urban Design is committed to research excellence in the areas of sustainable urbanism, the history and theory of architecture with a particular emphasis on the historical and cultural interpretation of Asian and Middle Eastern architecture in the modern era, and design research and creative practice. These three areas of research are not mutually exclusive and, indeed, they are enhanced due to collegial collaboration and exchange that is possible within a small research cohort. The high quality of research in these areas by individual staff members is recognised internationally in their respective academic circles. This recognition is complemented by national acclaim with the receipt of a high proportion of prestigious Australia Research Council (ARC) grants per capita. Current research is actively disseminated in a significant number of publications that highlight the advantages of interdisciplinary design-thinking in a changing world. The School has a vibrant community of higher degree research (HDR) students engaged in an exciting breadth and depth of scholarship that is aligned with the Schools three areas of research excellence. 1. Sustainable Urbanism This research cluster incorporates long-standing work from key staff with research interests in sustainable building practices and technologies, as well as emerging realignment of such specific investigations within a broader interrogation of 1. Sustainable Urbanism (continued) effective sustainability applied specifically to urban conditions. In recognition of global population shifts to urban environments, under conditions increasingly governed by unprecedented economic, environmental and social challenges, research in this cluster engages with sustainable discourse, practices, techniques and technologies. The research projects investigate opportunities for creating new responses to urban transformations now underway, adapting, speculating and testing how local conditions might be improved, as well as the applicability of these findings in the global south, in the greater Asian region and in similar bio-climatic environs. 2. History and Theory This cluster builds on a significant tradition of research on the history and theory of architecture in the modern era, the history of cultural landscapes and their interpretation, cross-cultural approaches to design pedagogy, and the exploration of crosscultural and cross-disciplinary issues in design thinking and practice. The Centre for Asian and Middle Eastern Architecture (CAMEA) is located within the School. Current research is distinguished, in particular, by projects focusing on colonial and contemporary issues in the architecture and planning histories of the Indian sub-continent and Southeast Asia, and scholarship focusing on architecture, landscapes and cities shaped by Muslim communities. 3. Design as Research This new research cluster brings together a wide range of projects focused on built work outcomes. In line with internationally recognised research, the School promotes design activitydesign as researchas an independent research endeavour, linked intimately with the support of traditional research for design and research about design and designers. Design research is undertaken through both design project propositions and through their realisation. Inevitably, this reflects a key concern of current teaching and learning regarding the new ambitions and new training that designers need to pursue and generate works in contemporary societies. As practicing designers, the researchers in this cluster 3. Design as Research (continued) have grounded, compellingly evidenced and inspiring answers to pressing issues in times of uncertainty, change and threat. STUDENT ACTIVITIES Design Students Association; SONA. SPECIAL ACTIVITIES Consulting in architecture, landscape architecture and urban design. Contributions to state, national and international committees in heritage and conservation, environmental performance assessment energy conservation, solar access, daylight, and urban design. LIBRARY RESOURCES The University's Barr Smith Library, adjacent to the Architecture Building, includes an extensive collection of material on architecture, landscape architecture, urban design, planning and other relevant subjects. COMPUTING RESOURCES Teaching, research and administration make extensive use of computers, and the programs assume a strong technological environment rather than relegating computing to separate specialist courses. Computer-aided design studios in the Architecture Building (with after-hours access) include networked workstations with printing facilities. The school environment is also wired for wireless laptop use and the purchase of a personal computer is encouraged. Specifications will be given at time of acceptance to the School. ARCHITECTURE STAFF ACTING HEAD OF SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE, LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN DESIGN Sam Ridgway, BArch, MArch(Adel), PhD(Syd) FULL TIME ACADEMIC STAFF S. Akkach, (Associate Professor), BArch(Hons)(Damascus), MArchDes(NSW), PhD(Syd) T. Court, BAppSc(RMIT) J. Russell-Clarke, BAppSc(LArch)(RMIT), MLArch(RMIT), PhD(RMIT) P. Scriver, BSc(Arch)(McGill), BArch(McGill), PhD(Delft U of Tech) FULL TIME ACADEMIC STAFF (continued) S. Shannon, BArch(Adel), PhD(Adel) V. Soebarto, (Associate Professor), BArch(Indonesia), MArch(Texas A & M), PhD(Texas A & M) A. Srivastava, BArch(Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha), PhD(Adel) J. Zeunert, BDesSt(Adel), BArch(Adel), BLArch(Hons)(Adel) PART TIME ACADEMIC STAFF K. Bartsch, BArch(Hons)(Adel), PhD(Adel) G. Chow D. Chwalisz, BArch(UniSA) I. McDougall, (Professor), BArch(RMIT), MArch(RMIT), LFRAIA FULL TIME PROFESSIONAL STAFF A. Bosnakis Administrative Officer I. Florance IT Support Officer C. Low Student Advisor V. Wennan School Manager PART TIME PROFESSIONAL STAFF M. Wilson Finance and Administrative Support Officer HONORARY STAFF J. Brine, Hon AM, BArch(Melb), DipTRP(Melb), PhD(Adel), LFRAIA R. D. Cheesman, AM, BArch(Adel), MLitt(Camb), LFRAIA K. Cullity, BSc(Botany)(UWA), DipEd(UWA) R. Danvers, BArch(Adel), LFRAIA S. Grieve, BSc(Arch)(UNSW), BArch(UNSW), RAIA P. Harris, BArch(Adel), RAIA G. Hopkins, BSc(Architecture)(UNSW), BArch(UNSW) H. Kasturi, BArch(Adel), BArch(Melb), DipTownRegPlan(Melb), PhD(Malaya) J. D. Kendrick, BScTech(Manchester), Hon RAIA I. McDougall, BArch(RMIT), MArch(RMIT), LFRAIA D. Ness, BArch(Adel), MURP(Adel), PhD(UniSA) M. Queale, MCultHeritage(Deakin) K. Taylor, (late) BArch(UniSA), BLArch(RMIT) D. White, BArch(Melb), PhD(Adel) M. Yokohari, BAg(LArch)(Tokyo), MAg(LArch)(Tokyo), PhD(Tokyo)

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The University of Adelaide Course Structure


STUDY AREA PROGRAM STRUCTURE: Bachelor of Design Studies Level 1
Semester 1 Design Studio I Representation I History theory I Construction I Environment I Level 4 1 or 2 advanced topics from a range of fields Construction II Environment II Semester 2 Design Studio II Semester 1 Design Studio III

Level 2
Semester 2 Design Studio IV Representation II History Theory II Construction III Semester 1 Design Studio V Representation III

Level 3
Semester 2 Design Studio VI

DESIGN COMMUNICATIONS HISTORY THEORY TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENT

History Theory III

Environment III

HONOURS

STUDY AREA
DESIGN STUDIES (CONSTRUCTION, SCIENCE & ARCHITECTURAL STRUCTURES)

COURSE STRUCTURE: Master of Architecture Level 1


Architecture Studio (M) Urban Design Studio (M) Architecture Elective Studio A (M) or Landscape Architecture Elective Studio A (M) Architecture Elective Studio B (M) or Landscape Architecture Elective Studio B (M) Architecture Processes (M) Architecture Seminar A (M) Architecture Seminar B (M) or

Level 2
Architecture Project Professional Practice (M)

Design and Contemporary Theories in Architecture (M) or

Research Thesis A (M) CONSTRUCTION SCIENCE ARCHITECTURAL STRUCTURES PRACTICE SUBJECTS HONOURS (SUBJECT ONLY)

Research Thesis B (M)

Professional Practice

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THE UNIVERSITY OF CANBERRA


Faculty of Arts and Design: University of Canberra, ACT 2601 Tel: (02) 6201 2178 Fax: (02) 6201 5034 Email: architecture@canberra.edu.au Web: www.canberra.edu.au/faculties/arts-design/ Dean, Faculty of Arts and Design: Professor Lyndon Anderson Head of Discipline, Architecture & Design: Professor Peter de Deckker, RAIA Course Convenor and Professorial Fellow in Architecture: Rodney Moss, AM, BArch(Hons)(Syd), FRAIA Adjunct Professor of Architecture: Romaldo Giurgola, AO, LFRAIA BACHELOR OF ARTS IN ARCHITECTURE/ MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE Three years full time followed by Master of Architecture (2 years full time). On completion of the BArch/MArch Degree graduates are advised to contact the relevant Architects Board in their jurisdiction for details regarding practical experience eligibility for sitting the registration exam. MINIMUM TIME FOR PROGRAM COMPLETION 5 years SCHOOL LEAVER ADMISSION CUT-OFF SCORE FOR 2011 ATAR: 75 ENTRY QUOTA NUMBER FOR SCHOOL LEAVERS Estimated to be 140 students YEAR 12 PRE-REQUISITES FOR ADMISSION English YEAR 12 ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION Background in art or design is desirable. TOTAL STUDENTS ENROLLED IN FIRST YEAR OF PROGRAM 2011 (EFTSL) Male Female Total Total 81 21 102 Domestic 69 18 87 Overseas 12 3 15 TOTAL COURSE STUDENT NUMBERS 2011 (including Parts 1 and 2 of course) (EFTSL) Male Female Total Total 333 68 401 Domestic 312 61 373 Overseas 21 7 28 GRADUATIONS 2010 (from professional degree only) Male Female Total Total 11 7 18 Domestic 9 7 16 Overseas 2 0 2 ARTICULATION COURSES NSW TAFE Advanced Diploma of Architecture and CIT Advanced Diploma in Building Design articulated into the Architecture course with advanced standing on a case by case basis. RESEARCH ACTIVITIES Details available from Faculty. SPECIAL ACTIVITIES Interstate visits, international workshops and exhibitions. UC Architecture guest talks, Australian Institute of Architects Speaker Series at the National Gallery of Australia (NGA). Active international exchange program. STUDENT ACTIVITIES Departmental Student Society, SONA, social, cultural and recreational events, 24 hour Design Competition. LIBRARY RESOURCES Monographs approximately 15,500 (School disciplines), Serials, Audio visual (slides, CD Roms, kits). All major architectural and design serials. COMPUTING RESOURCES 173 PC and Macintosh machines across Division. This includes 6 computer laboratories, within the Faculty, with high capacity PC and Macintosh machines. Various plotters, colour printers, ProEngineer and AUTOCAD licences, MS Office, Quark, Photoshop, Vectorworks, ArchiCad, AARNET, Internet. OTHER RESOURCES Plan printers, workshops, laboratories and model shop, Hewlett Packard HP design jet, 3500 cp large format printer, design jet 1055 cm large format printer, large format laminator. DISTANCE EDUCATION Not offered by distance education. RECOGNITION/ACCREDITATION The Australian Institute of Architects and the ACT Architects Board recognised and accredited the Bachelor of Arts in Architecture/Master of Architecture in 2008. The Architects Accreditation Council of Australia maintains a listing of all accredited courses in Australia. POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMS DEGREES OF MASTER (by research thesis) in: Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Industrial Design and Interior Architecture. COURSE DURATION Two years full time or equivalent part time. DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY The Faculty offers a PhD program. COURSE DURATION A minimum of three years full time (subject to the granting of status) or its equivalent part time. The maximum period of study will be five years full time or its equivalent part time. POST GRADUATE COURSES The postgraduate courses offered by the Faculty are: 1 Graduate Diploma of Design and Technology (LandscapeArchitecture) 2 Coursework Masters of: Design (Landscape Architecture) 3 Research - Masters of: Architecture* Industrial Design* Landscape Architecture* Note: * indicates that these are research by thesis POST GRADUATE COURSES (continued) 4 Doctor of: Doctor of Philosophy For further details contact Rodney Moss. rodney.moss@canberra.edu.au ARCHITECTURE STAFF FULL TIME STAFF COURSE CONVENOR AND PROFESSORIAL FELLOW Rodney Moss, AM, BArch(Hons)(Syd), FRAIA PROFESSOR Stephen Frith, BSc(Arch), BArch(Hons)(UNSW), MBEnv(Cons)(UNSW), MScArch+UrbDes (Columbia), MPhil(Columbia), PhD(Cambridge), FRAIA PROFESSORIAL FELLOWS Alastair Swayn, LFRAIA, Darryl Jackson Alastair Swayn Architects Howard Tanner, LFRAIA, Tanner Architects ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS Gevork Hartoonian, MArch(Iran), PhD(Penn) Eugenie Keefer Bell, BA, MA(San Diego), PhD(UWA), FRAIA ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Erin Hinton, BA, MA(UC) Michael Jasper, PhD, RAIA SENIOR LECTURERS Ann Cleary, BArch(Canberra), FRAIA Simon Kringas, BScArch(Syd), BArch(Syd) David Flannery, FRAIA INTERDISCIPLINARY Because of the interdisciplinary nature of the Faculty, the majority of staff contribute to teaching of the Architecture program.

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ARCHITECTURE STAFF (continued) SESSIONAL STAFF Tynan Freeman Anke Aggio Nino Bellantonio Nikki Butlin Leo Carson Jane Cassidy Justine Cox Sander de Vries Melinda Dodson Dennis Formiatti Allan Greene Chris Jacobi Drew Jamieson Stephen Kirsu Philip Leeson Joanna Nelson Fernando Pino Damian Roos Alessandro Rossi Janet Thomson Nugroho Utomo Chris Veness Architectural Staff Email Addresses: Professorial Fellow in Architecture Rodney Moss Rodney.Moss@canberra.edu.au Professor of Architecture Stephen Frith Stephen.Frith@canberra.edu.au Associate Professor Gevork Hartoonian Gevork.Hartoonian@canberra.edu.au Eugenie Keefer Bell Eugenie.Keefer.Bell@canberra.edu.au Assistant Professor Erin Hinton Erin.Hinton@canberra.edu.au Michael Jasper Michael.Jasper@canberra.edu.au Senior Lecturers Ann Cleary Ann.Cleary@canberra.edu.au Simon Kringas Simon.Kringas@canberra.edu.au David Flannery David.Flannery@canberra.edu.au Administration Officer Nicole Charnock Nicole.Charnock@canberra.edu.au

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The University of Canberra Course Structure


This structure will apply to students entering first year Architecture from 2012.

STUDY AREA

COURSE STRUCTURE: Double Degree - Bachelor of Arts in Architecture - five year full time course Year one Year two Semester 1 cp Semester 2 cp Semester 1 cp Semester 2 cp Semester 1
Design Studio 1.1 3 Design Studio 1.2 (Architecture) 3 Design Studio 2.1 (Architecture) 6 Design Studio 2.2 (Architecture) 6 Design Studio 3.1 (Architecture)

Year three cp Semester 2


6 Design Studio 3.2 (Architecture)

cp
6

DESIGN

ENVIRONMENT

Sustainable Environment Technology Design History 3 Introduction to Architecture History 3 Architecture and the Modern World

HISTORY & THEORY

Contemporary Theories or Capital Cities and Urban Form

COMMUNICATION

Visual Representation

3 Digital Environment

TECHNOLOGY

Technology Laboratory

3 Architecture Technology 1 3

Architecture Technology 2 Elective

ELECTIVES

Faculty Foundation Unit or Elective

3 Faculty Foundation Unit or Elective

3 Elective

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STUDY AREA Master of Architecture Year One Semester 1 cp Semester 2
Architecture Studio 1 PG 6 Architecture Studio 2 PG

cp Semester 1
6 Architecture Studio 3 PG

Year Two cp Semester 2


6 Architecture Studio 4 PG

cp
6

DESIGN

HISTORY & THEORY

History of Australian Architecture PG

PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE & MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY

Design Research Methods PG

Architecture Practice PG

Advanced Technology 1 PG

ELECTIVES Design Elective 3

Design Elective

3 Design Elective Design Elective

3 3

cp = credit points Master of Architecture (48 credit points + 72 credit points [Years 1-3] = 120 credit points) Design Electives Architecture History and Theory Japanese Architecture and Gardens Defining Moments in Australian Design Advanced Technology 2 Collaborative Studio Architecture Laboratory Design and Architecture Professional Placement Overseas Study in Design and Architecture Special Studies in Design and Architecture **Note: These electives may not be offered every year

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Bachelor of Arts in Architecture Year
1

Semester 1
Design Studio 1.1 Visual Representation Design History Faculty Foundation Unit or Elective

Semester 2
Design Studio 1.2 (Architecture) Digital Environment Technology Laboratory Faculty Foundation Unit or Elective

Design Studio 2.1 (Architecture) (6cp) Architecture Technology 1 Introduction to Architecture History

Design Studio 2.2 (Architecture) (6cp) Sustainable Environmental Technology Architecture and the Modern World

Design Studio 3.1 (Architecture) (6cp) Architecture Technology 2

Elective

Design Studio 3.2 (Architecture) (6cp) Contemporary Architecture Theories or Capital Cities and Urban Form Elective

Master of Architecture Year


1

Semester 1
Architecture Studio 1 PG (6cp) Design Research Methods PG History of Australian Architecture PG

Semester 2
Architecture Studio 2 PG (6cp) Advanced Technology 1 PG Design Elective

Architecture Studio 3 PG (6cp) Architecture Practice PG Design Elective

Architecture Studio 4 PG (6cp) Design Elective Design Elective

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Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, Melbourne VIC 3010 Tel: (03) 8344 6417 Fax: (03) 8344 5532 Email: Undergraduate: envs-courseadvice@unimelb.edu.au Graduate: msd-info@unimelb.edu.au Web: www.abp.unimelb.edu.au/ Dean of Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning: Professor Tom Kvan, MA(Cantab), MArch(Calif), PhD(Open(UK)), CTLHE(HKU), FRICS, CFM, Affiliate RAIA Deputy Dean: Associate Professor Paul Joseph Walker, BArch(Auck), PhD(Auck) Head of Graduate School Melbourne School of Design: Professor Philip Goad, BArch(Melb), PhD(Melb), FRAIA Director, Bachelor of Environments: Associate Professor Peter Ashford, BBuild(Melb) Architecture Undergraduate Coordinator Dr Derham Maxwell Groves, BArch(Deakin), MArch(RMIT), PhD(Minnesota) Architecture Postgraduate Coordinator Dr Alexander Selenitsch, BArch(Melb), DipArch(GIT), MAchRMIT) BACHELOR OF ENVIRONMENTS The Bachelor of Environments program is a three year, full time degree that offers eleven major streams of study across the natural, built and virtual environments. The program draws on resources and expertise from around the University. The structure of the Bachelor of Environments allows students to study core and elective subjects. These determine majors or primary fields of study area. Architecture is one of these fields of study. In addition all Bachelor of Environments students will study between four to six subjects from other University degree courses. This breadth component is a feature of all the new generation undergraduate degrees. This cluster of subjects will add strength to core studies. On completing the Bachelor of Environments students will have the option to either progress into one of the University's professional coursework masters programs or to go directly into employment. MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE IN THE MELBOURNE SCHOOL OF DESIGN In 2008, the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning launched the Melbourne School of Design the first graduate school in the Asia-Pacific region devoted to design professions responsible for habitable environments. The Melbourne School of Design is a dynamic, collaborative and interdisciplinary community of students, academics and professionals with a mission to develop leading practitioners and scholars. The Master of Architecture program comprises a series of design studios, and technical and professional subjects. MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE IN THE MELBOURNE SCHOOL OF DESIGN (continued) The design studios comprise 50% of the course and culminate in a research thesis. Architectural design is conceived in broad terms as the creative invention of architectural futures, integrating aesthetic, technological, programmatic, environmental and social issues in the production of buildings for the 21st century and beyond. The studios are both project focused and researchled with an emphasis on rigorous analysis and creative production of ideas. Beyond these design studios, students will have an opportunity to specialise in one of the following areas: digital architecture, history and conservation, architectural production and practice, sustainable architecture, social and cultural critique, Asia/Pacific architecture. The main focus of the Master of Architecture is architectural design and practice. The degree provides graduates with design skills that will contribute to the improvement of our built environment, a grounding of architectural history, theory and technology enabling them to develop innovative architecture, relevant to time and place, people and culture, the skills to manage an architectural practice and work within teams, and the ability to use resources, materials and technologies to produce responsible and sustainable architecture. YEAR 12 PRE-REQUISITES FOR ADMISSION INTO THE BACHELOR OF ENVIRONMENTS Minimum study score of 25 in Units 3 and 4 of English (all except English as a Second Language, which requires a study score of 30). ATAR: 85 YEAR 12 ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION For students intending to major in Environmental Science, Property, Construction, Civil Systems or Physical Systems, knowledge of Mathematical Methods 3/4 (or equivalent) is assumed. STUDENTS ENROLLED (EFSTL) IN FIRST YEAR OF ARCHITECTURE MAJOR* 2011 Male Female Total Total 73.44 84.92 158.36 Domestic 40.25 37.15 77.4 Overseas 33.19 47.77 80.96 *students are able but not required to choose their major until the 2nd year of the degree STUDENTS ENROLLED (EFSTL) IN SECOND YEAR OF ARCHITECTURE MAJOR 2011 Male Female Total Total 137.56 143.2 280.76 Domestic 76.03 82.37 158.4 Overseas 61.53 60.83 122.36 STUDENTS ENROLLED (EFSTL) IN THIRD YEAR OF ARCHITECTURE MAJOR * 2011 Male Female Total Total 156.08 157.96 314.04 Domestic 88.96 86.87 175.83 Overseas 67.12 71.09 138.21 TOTAL COURSE STUDENT NUMBERS 2011 (EFTSL) (including Parts 1 and 2 of course) Male Female Total Total 569.69 558.97 1128.66 Domestic 314.58 305.65 620.23 Overseas 255.11 253.32 508.43 GRADUATIONS 2010 (from professional degree only) Male Female Total Total 77 92 169 Domestic 43 55 98 Overseas 34 37 71 ARTICULATION N/A STUDENT ACTIVITIES Bachelor of Environments Student Club (Envi), Architecture Students Club (APPLe) LIBRARY RESOURCES 56,689 monographs and serial volumes, 210 print serial titles, access to over 500 electronic journals, 502 catalogued non-book items (approximately 2,000 uncatalogued), 2,000 undergraduate and postgraduate reports. There is a large range of online databases containing primary and secondary architecture building and construction resources. These databases can be accessed from within the Architecture Library or from anywhere off-campus via the web. COMPUTING RESOURCES 3 X CAD studios with high-end graphics workstations. Students have 24hr access to these facilities. Also available is a multimedia studio for special projects with film recorder and video editing equipment. Digital Fabrication Workshop. OTHER RESOURCES Construction workshop RECOGNITION/ACCREDITATION The Australian Institute of Architects and the Architects Registration Board of Victoria (ARBV) currently recognise and accredit the Bachelor of Environments(Architecture major)/Master of Architecture program. The Architects Accreditation Council of Australia maintains a listing of all accredited courses in Australia. DISTANCE EDUCATION Nil

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FACULTY STAFF * = part time DEAN OF FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE BUILDING & PLANNING AND PROFESSOR Tom Kvan, MA(Cantab), MArch(Calif), PhD(Open (UK)), CTLHE(HKU), FRICS, CFM, Affiliate RAIA DIRECTOR OF THE MELBOURNE SCHOOL OF DESIGN, PROFESSOR OF ARCHITECTURE Philip James Goad, BArch(Melb), PhD(Melb), FAHA, FRAIA ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR AND DEPUTY DEAN Paul Joseph Walker, BArch(Auck), PhD(Auck) PROFESSOR OF ARCHITECTURE & URBAN DESIGN Kim Dovey, MArch(Melb), PhD(Uni California) PROFESSOR OF CONSTRUCTION Paolo Tombesi, BArch(Rome), PhD(UCLA) PROFESSOR OF URBAN PLANNING Richard Tomlinson, BA(Rhodes), Master of City & Regional Planning(Cape Town), MBA(Witwatersrand), MSc, PhD(Rutgers) ELISABETH MURDOCH CHAIR OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Gini Lee, DipID(RMIT), MLArch(Melb), PhD(RMIT) PROFESSORS Nicholas Philpot Low, MSc(Strath), ARIBA, MRTPI, MRAPI Sun Sheng Han, BEng(LArch)(Tongji U), MSc(Urban Planning)(AIT), PhD ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS Peter Thomas Ashford, BBldg(Melb), FAIB Bharat Dave, DArch(CEPT), MS(CMU), DScTech(ETH) Scott Drake, BSc(Ma)(Adel), BArch(Hons)(Adel), PhD(Canberra) Raymond James Green, BSc(Conn), MLA(Ariz), PhD(QUT) Qinghua Guo, BArch(Harbin), PhD(Gteberg) Justyna Karakiewicz, BArch(Westminster), PhD(RMIT) Hannah Lewi, BArch(Hons)(UWA), BA(UWA), PhD(UWA) Greg Missingham, BArch, MArch(Melb), PhD(Melb) ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS (continued) Clare Louise Newton, BArch(Melb), FRAIA Darko Radovic, MSc, PhD(Belgrade) Barry Shelton, BA(UWA), MPlan(Adel) Julie Louise Willis, BPD(Melb), BArch(Melb), PhD(Melb) Carolyn Whitzman, BA(Hons)(Concordia), MA(Toronto), PhD(McMaster) Jianfei Zhu, BEng(Arch)(Tianjin), PhD(Bartlett) SENIOR LECTURERS Ajibade Ayodeji Aibinu, Dip, BSc(Hons), MSc, QS T K Chan, BEng(Hons)(Malaya), PhD(Camb) Hemanta Doloi, BEng(Hons)(Ind), MEng(AIT Bangkok), PhD(USyd) Valerie Francis, BE(Adel), MAppSc(ProjMgt)(SAust), MIEAust, MAIB Margaret Grose, MSc, BLArch, PhD(UWA) Derham Maxwell Groves, BArch(Deakin), MArch(RMIT), PhD(Minnesota) Dominique Hes, PhD(RMIT), AdvDipEng(RMIT), BSc(Melb) Chris Heywood, BArch(Hons)(Melb), GradDipInteriorDesign(Dist)(RMIT) Anna Hurlimann, BSc(Hons)(Melb), PhD(UniSA) Andrew Hutson, BArch(Melb), MArch(Melb) Lindy Anne Joubert, MFA(Oregon), DipGraphicArt(RMIT), GradDipATT(Melb) Harry Karamujic, MEco(La Trobe), PhD(La Trobe) Alan March, BA(Urb&RegPlan)(Curtin), Master of Town & Country Planning(Uni of Newcastle Upon Tyne), PhD(Melb) Dermot McGeown, BSc(Surv)(TCD), MPracAcc (Mon), MBus(Acc)(Mon), MBus(Prop)(RMIT), GradDipVal(RMIT), DipConEcon(DIT) David James OBrien, BPD(Melb), BArch, PhD(Melb) Janet McGaw, BPlan&Design, BArch(Hons), MArch PhD(Melb), RAIA Anoma Pieris, BSc(Sri Lanka), MArchDesign(MIT), MSArchS(Research)(MIT) Peter Raisbeck, BArch, MDesign(RMIT), MBA PhD(Melb) Andrew John Saniga, BPD(Melb), MLArch(Melb), AAILA Alex Selenitsch, BArch(Melb), DipArch(GIT), MArch(RMIT), PhD(Melb) Michael Trudgeon, MArch(RMIT), PhD(RMIT) Jillian Walliss, BLArch(NSW), MDesign(Tas), PhD(ANU) LECTURERS Annmarie Brennan, BArch, BArts& Science(Catholic University of America), MEnvSci(Yale), MA(Princeton) Siqing Chen, MLArch(Auburn), PhD(Chinese AcadSci) Victor Chen, BEng(Tsinghua) Jennifer Day, BS(Indiana Uni Pennsylvania), MS (San Jose State Uni), PhD(Uni of California Berkeley), MEng(Nat Uni Singapore), PhD(Pennsylvania State) Blair Michael Gardiner, BArch(Melb), BA(RMIT) *Angela Hass, PhD(Munich) Jim Georgiou, BBuild(RMIT), BArch(Deakin) Clare Mouat, BCom, MA(Auckland) David Nichols, BA(Syd), PhD(Deakin) Heike Rahmann, Dipl-Ing(FH), LArch(AcUAS), PhD(Tokyo) Stanislav Roudavski, MArch/FineArts(Russian Academy Arts), MSc(Strathclyde), PhD(Cambridge) Sidh Sintusingha, BArch(Silpakorn), MLArch, PhD(Melb) Marcus White, BArch(RMIT), PhD(RMIT), RAIA Hao Wu, BSc(Nanjing), BProp(Auck), MPropCon(Melb), GradCertUniTeaching(Melb), PhD(Melb) HONORARY STAFF PROFESSORS EMERITUS Catherin Bull, AM, MLArch(Melb), DDes(Harv), FAILA Robert Peter McIntyre, AO, DipArch(RMIT), BArch(Melb), DipTRP(Melb), DArch(HC), LFRAIA, FRAPI, ARIBA, AAIP, HFAIA John Robinson, BArch(Melb), BBldg(Melb), BSc(Reading), MBldg(Melb), MLEc(Syd) Allan Rodger, BSc(St And), BArch(Durh), RIBA, ARIAS, LFRAIA John Coleman Scrivener, BSc, ME(NZ), PhD(Lond), DIC, FAIB, FIEAust, FIArbA David George Yencken, AO, BA(Camb), FAILA, FRAPI PROFESSORIAL FELLOWS (WITH TITLE OF PROFESSOR) Robert John Adams, AM, BArch(Cape Town), MA CNNA(UD)(Oxf Brooks), LFRAIA, HFRAPI Haig Beck, DipArch, AA(Lond) Graham Brawn, BArch(NSW), MArch(Ill), LFRAIA Francis James Bromilow, MSc(Melb), PhD(Melb) PROFESSORIAL FELLOWS (WITH TITLE OF PROFESSOR) (continued) Gordon Clark, MA, BEcon(Monash), DSc, MA(Oxford), PhD(McMaster) Leslie Coleman, BBldg(Melb), FAIB Ken Fisher, BTech(Adel), PGDipEd(Canb), MProjMngt(UTS), PhD(Flinders) William Corker, BArch(Melb), DipTRP(Melb), LFRAIA, MRAPI John Denton, BArch, GDipTRP(Melb) Wowo Ding, BA, MA(SEU), PhD(ETH-Zurich) Julie Eizenberg, BArch(Melb), MA(Calif) Romaldo Giurgola, AO, BArch(Rome), MSArch(Col), FAIA, LFRAIA Daryl Jackson, AO, BArch(Melb), LFRAIA Ross King, MArch(Sydney), MArch(Penn), BArch(Hons)(Sydney), DipPlanning(Sydney) Geoffrey London, BA(WAIT), BArch(UWA), GradDip(WAIT), GradDipAA(London), LFRAIA Corbett Lyon, MArch(Penn), BArch(Melb), FRAIA George Michell, BArch(Melb), PhD(Lond) Kevin OConnor, BCom(Hons), MCom, DipEd (Melb), PhD(McMaster) Edward Russell, PhD(Monash) Nader Tehrani, BArch/BFA(Rhode Is), MArchUrbDes(Harvard) The Hon Evan Herbert Walker, AO, BArch(Melb), DipArch(RMIT), BArch(Tor), HonDTech(VUT), HFRAPI, FRMIT John Worthington, AADip(Hons), MArch(Penn), FRSA, Hon FRIBA PRINCIPAL FELLOWS WITH THE TITLE ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR Rosemary Kirkby, BA(Syd), DiplMarketing Management(UNSW) Shelley Penn, BArch (Hons)(Melb), FRAIA Peter Henry Millward Williams, BBldg(Melb), FAIB SENIOR FELLOWS Alan Strath Atkins, BA(NE), MEc(Macq), PhD(Melb) James Calder, BArch(Hons)(Adelaide) Bochao Chen, BArch(HaErbin), MArch(Chongqing) Christopher Edquist, BA/LLB(Melb) William James Nigel Flannigan, 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FACULTY STAFF (continued) SENIOR FELLOWS (continued) Paula Gerber, BA(Laws), MSc(LLM), PhD(Melb) Ian Godfrey, FRMIT, RAIA, AssocRAPI Greg Goldfayl, DipQS(RMIT), DipBldgConstr(RMIT), MA(Bldg)RMIT Christian Mario Gutjahr, BArch(Melb), DipTRP (Melb), MRAPI Frank Hanson, MA(UrbanDesign)(Melb), MLA(Melb), BA(Calgary), AAILA Hemayet Hossain, MSc(Dakha), DED(Texas)(A&M) David Jaggar, PhD(InfoMgtConstructPro)(UK), ARICS, MACostE, MCIOB Anthony Michael Mussen, BArch(Melb), LFRAIA Agus Mohd Rasali, BA(Malaya), MSocSc(Birm), PhD(Cornell) Hugh ONeill, BArch(Melb), FRAIA Jeff Turnbull, BArch, MArch, PhD(Melb), FRAIA Denis Williamson, BA(Montana), MLA(Mass), RAPI ARC POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH FELLOW Kate Shaw, GradDipUrbPol&Pl(RMIT), MSocSci (RMIT), PhD(Melb) FUTURE GENERATION FELLOW Robert Crawford, BArch, PhD(Deakin) FELLOWS Jonathan Leslie Finkelstein, BArch(Melb), MArch (Melb) Will Hughes, ONC(Bilston), BSc(Hons)(UMIST), PhD(CNAA) Kwang Yerl Lee, PhD(CivilEng)(Dongguk Seoul), Philip Nolan, LLB, BJuris(Monash) Kim Torney, BA, MA(La Trobe), DipEd, PhD(Melb)

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University of Melbourne Course Structure Course Structure for the Bachelor of Environments leading to the Master of Architecture (200 points), alongside the Master of Architecture (300 points)
Sample course structure for BEnvs + MArch (200 pts) from 2008 (variations to the below are possible)
Semester 9 Graduate school elective Architecture elective Master of Architecture Studio E Semester 7 Architecture elective Twenty-first Century Architecture Master of Architecture Studio C Semester 5 Architecture Design Studio 3: Air Construction Design Modern Architecture: from MoMo to PoMo Breadth or BEnvs elective Semester 3 BEnvs elective OR Architecture Design Studio 1: Earth (recommended) Foundations of Architecture Breadth BEnvs elective Semester 1 Natural Environments Constructing Environments Designing Environments Breadth Breadth Core Selective/Architecture elective Major Elective 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 BEnvironments (Architecture) + MArch (200pts) Semester 10 12.5 Graduate school elective 12.5 Architecture Practice 25 Architecture Thesis Semester 8 Architecture elective Applied Construction Master of Architecture Studio D Semester 6 Architecture Design Studio 4: Fire Formative Histories of Architecture BEnvs elective Breadth or BEnvs elective Semester 4 Architecture Design Studio 2: Water (students must take either ADS1 or ADS2 or both) Formative Histories of Architecture Breadth Construction Analysis Semester 2 Reshaping Environments Urban Environments Virtual Environments Breadth 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5

Course structure for MArch (300 points) from 2010


Semester 9 Graduate school elective Architecture elective Master of Architecture (300 points) Semester 10 12.5 Graduate school elective 12.5 Architecture Practice 25 Architecture Thesis Semester 8 Architecture elective Applied Construction Master of Architecture Studio D Semester 6 Architectural Cultures 2: After Modernism Construction Methods B Master of Architecture Studio B

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Selective/Architecture elective Major / Core Elective

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MArch electives fall into 5 groupings: Asia/Pacific Architecture; History and Conservation; Production, Practice and Sustainability; Society and Culture, Digital Architecture, Sustainable Architecture. Students wishing to specialise in one of these areas must take at least 25 points of subjects from one of these groups.

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THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES


Architecture Program, Faculty of the Built Environment, UNSW, Sydney NSW 2052 Email: fbe@unsw.edu.au Web: www.fbe.unsw.edu.au Program Head BArchStudies/MArch: Ann Quinlan, BScArch, BArch(UNSW), MHEd(UNSW) Head of Discipline Architecture and Design: Associate Professor Bruce Judd, PhD, BArch(Hons)(Sydney), AAIA, MAHI Dean of Faculty of the Built Environment: Professor Alec Tzannes, BSc(Arch), BArch(Sydney), MS(Arch+UD)(Columbia), LFRAIA BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURAL STUDIES/ MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE Full professional qualification MINIMUM TIME FOR PROGRAM COMPLETION 3 years + 2 years SCHOOL LEAVER ADMISSION CUT-OFF SCORE FOR 2011 BArchStudies: ATAR = 96.60 ENTRY QUOTA NUMBER FOR SCHOOL LEAVERS BArchStudies: NIL YEAR 12 PRE-REQUISITES FOR ADMISSION NIL UNSW HSC BONUS SCHEME Advanced English. Visual Arts. Design and Technology. TOTAL STUDENTS ENROLLED IN FIRST YEAR OF ARCHITECTURAL STUDIES PROGRAM 2011 (EFTSU) Male Female Total Total 101 71 172 Domestic 35 24 59 Overseas 66 47 113 GRADUATION REQUIRMENTS It is assumed that students will have 6 months work experience in architecture. Admission into the Master of Architecture requires an overall credit WAM (Weighted Average Mark). ARTICULATION (from local TAFE courses) Applicants holding a completed Diploma of Architectural Technology or Associate Diploma in Applied Science [Architectural Drafting] from TAFE, who successfully apply for a place in the Bachelor of Architectural Studies course, will be granted Advanced Standing (Head of Program to determine total UOCs (Units of Credit)). RESEARCH ACTIVITIES Architectural history, Architectural design, Architectural representation, Architectural education, Architectural Science, Architecture and Landscape in Asia, Housing, Building Information Modelling, Technology, Urbanism, Sustainable Development. City Futures Research Centre. CRC Low Carbon Living. SPECIAL ACTIVITIES Postgraduate studies in architectural design, urban development and design, sustainable development, international exchange programs, international studios and construction projects. Associated degrees in Architectural Computing and Civil Engineering with Architecture. STUDENT ACTIVITIES Student Organised Network for Architecture (SONA), overseas tours, Built Environment Student Collective LIBRARY RESOURCES University library holding substantial architectural collection of books and journals. COMPUTING RESOURCES 3D Visualisation, CAD Laboratory, Web Design and Microsoft Office 5 Computer Labs. OTHER RESOURCES Gallery BE Design Laboratory and Workshop DISTANCE EDUCATION NIL RECOGNITION/ACCREDITATION The Australian Institute of Architects and the NSW Architects Registration Board currently recognise and accredit this course. The Architects Accreditation Council of Australia maintains a listing of all accredited architecture courses in Australia. ARCHITECTURE STAFF EMERITUS PROFESSORS John Ballinger, FRAIA Jon Lang BUILT ENVIRONMENT PROFESSORS (FRACTIONAL) Richard Johnson, MBE, LFRAIA, MDIA, AJIA Ken Maher, LFRAIA Glenn Murcutt, AO, LFRAIA ADJUNCT PROFESSOR Philip Cox, AO, LFRAIA VISITING PROFESSORS Peter Mould, FRAIA, NSW Government Architect Jan Utzon SENIOR VISITING FELLOW Paul Alan Johnson, FRAIA PROGRAM HEAD BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURAL STUDIES/MARCH Ann Quinlan, BScArch, BArch(UNSW), MHEd(UNSW) PROFESSORS Deo Prasad, BArch(Auck), MArch, MSc, PhD(UNSW) Xing Ruan, BArch(Nanjing), MArch(Nanjing), PhD(VUW NZ), Affiliate RAIA ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR Associate Professor Harry Margalit, BArch(UCT), MA, PhD(Syd), Affiliate RAIA SENIOR LECTURERS Dijana Alic, BArch(Sarajevo), MArch(UNSW), PhD (UNSW) Graham Bell, BArch(Deakin), DipRVC(Calif), MBEnv(UTS), FRAIA Catherine De Lorenzo, BA, DipEd, PhD(Syd) Stanislaus Fung, BSc(Arch)(UNSW), PhD(Syd) Peter Graham, PhD(UNSW), MAppSci, BBuild, GradCertTertiaryTeaching(RMIT) Paul Hogben, BDesSt(Adel), MArchSt(Adel), PhD(UNSW), Affiliate RAIA Steve King, BArch, DipBdgSc(Syd) Peter Kohane, BArch(Melb), MArch(Melb), MSc, PhD(Penn) Russell Lowe, BArch(UAuck NZ), MArch(UAuck NZ) Matthias Haeusler, DiplIng(HFT Stuttgart), PhD (RMIT) Jim Plume, BArch(Syd), MArch(Syd) Yinong Xu, BEng(Arch)(Tsinghua), MEng(Arch) (Tsinghua), PhD(Architectural and Urban History)(Edinburgh) LECTURERS John Carrick, BE(Civil), MEngSci(Structures), MIEA Maryam Gusheh, BArch(UNSW) Catherine Lassen, BArch(Syd), MArch(Harvard) Andrew Macklin, BArchSc(Syd), BVisualArts(Syd), MArch(Waseda) Ainslie Murray, BArch(Adel), BArch(Hons)(Adel) Peter Murray, BArch(UNSW), MTCP(Syd), DipEnvStud(Macq) Stephen Peter, BArch, DipArchComp(Syd) ASSOCIATE LECTURERS Jeremy Harkins, BSc(Arch)(Hons) Tam Nguyen, DipArchTech, BSc(Arch) PROGRAM SUPPORT Dr Nico Wanandy STUDENT CENTRE Julia Wibowo (Manager) Janine Van Der Waal (Assistant Manager) Brendan Harrison, Li San Chew

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TOTAL COURSE STUDENT NUMBERS 2011 BArchStudies/MArch (EFTSU) Male Female Total Total 459 332 791 Domestic 267 186 453 Overseas 192 146 338 GRADUATIONS 2010 (Students from MArch professional degree only) Male Female Total Total 38 36 74 Domestic 25 24 49 Overseas 13 12 25

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University of New South Wales Course Structure


Bachelor of Architectural Studies Course Code 3261
Year 1 Session 1 ARCH1101 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO 1 6 UOC ARCH1142 ARCHITECTURAL COMMUNICATIONS 6 UOC ARCH1161 Session 2 ARCH1102 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO 2 6 UOC ARCH1121 ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY & THEORY 1 6 UOC ARCH1162 STRUCTURES & CONSTRUCTION 1 6 UOC BENV1080 ENABLING RESEARCH SKILLS & PRACTICE 6 UOC ELECTIVE 6 UOC ELECTIVE 6 UOC GENERAL EDUCATION 6 UOC 6 UOC Session 3 ARCH1201 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO 3 6 UOC BENV2425 BUILDING INFORMATION MODELLING 6 UOC Year 2 Session 4 ARCH1202 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO 4 6 UOC ARCH1221 ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY & THEORY 2 6 UOC ARCH1261 STRUCTURES & CONSTRUCTION 2 12 UOC 6 UOC GENERAL EDUCATION 6 UOC Session 5 ARCH1301 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO 5 12 UOC ARCH1361 Year 3 Session 6 ARCH1302 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO 6 12 UOC ARCH1322 ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY & THEORY 3 6 UOC

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ELECTIVE 6 UOC

Subject Area Design Studies and Design Integration Documentation and Technical Studies History and Theory Studies Practice and Project Management Elective Studies Environmental Studies Communication Studies

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University of New South Wales Course Structure


Master of Architecture Course Code 8143
Year 1 Session 1 ARCH7111 DESIGN STUDIO 1 or 2 6 UOC ARCH7220 ARCHITECTURE IN ASIA 6 UOC ARCH7161 CONSTRUCTION & STRUCTURES 6 UOC ELECTIVES 12 UOC ELECTIVE 6 UOC Session 2 ARCH7112 DESIGN STUDIO 1 or 2 6 UOC ARCH7162 ENVIRONMENT 6 UOC Session 3 ARCH7201 RESEARCH STUDIO 12 UOC ARCH7182 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE 6 UOC ELECTIVES 12 UOC Year 2 Session 4 ARCH7202 MAJOR DESIGN STUDIO 12 UOC

ELECTIVE 6 UOC Subject Area Design Studies and Design Integration Documentation and Technical Studies History and Theory Studies Practice and Project Management Elective Studies Environmental Studies Note: Students entering the MArch program are assumed to have 6 months work experience in architectural practice

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THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE


School of Architecture and Built Environment, Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment, University Drive, Callaghan, Newcastle NSW 2308 Email: head.architecture@newcastle.edu.au Web: www.newcastle.edu.au/school/arbe/ Chair in Architecture and Dean of Architecture: M. J. Ostwald, BSc(Arch), BArch(Hons1), PhD, DSc, MPIA(UD), Affiliate RAIA Head of Architecture Discipline: Harpreet (Neena) Mand, DipArch(UCL), MSc(Arch)(UCL), PhD(Syd) BACHELOR OF DESIGN (ARCHITECTURE) MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE Architecture at the University of Newcastle is committed to providing inclusive and practiceoriented programs that are well-grounded and celebrate the craft of architecture in response to the natural world and urban environments. Within a creative and innovative learning environment, design projects explore the complexities of making architecture for the future. The architecture program comprises the Bachelor of Design (Architecture) (three years full time) and the Master of Architecture (two years full time) degrees, which, taken together, provide the academic qualification leading to registration as an architect and membership of the Australian Institute of Architects. The courses are structured on the basis of Problem Based Learning, which integrates areas of study such as history, theory, construction technology and ecology with design problems undertaken in the design studios. The architecture programs have been enriched by the addition of an elective overseas study tour. MINIMUM TIME FOR PROGRAM COMPLETION 5 years SCHOOL LEAVER ADMISSION CUT-OFF SCORE FOR 2011 ATAR: 85 ENTRY QUOTA NUMBER FOR SCHOOL LEAVERS N/A YEAR 12 PRE-REQUISITES FOR ADMISSION Nil YEAR 12 ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION: Nil TOTAL STUDENTS ENROLLED IN FIRST YEAR OF PROGRAM 2011 (EFTSU) Male Female Total Total 88 49 137 Domestic 70 39 109 Overseas 18 10 28 TOTAL COURSE STUDENT NUMBERS 2011 (including Parts 1 and 2 of course) (EFTSU) Male Female Total Total 259 152 411 Domestic 183 113 296 Overseas 76 39 115 GRADUATIONS 2010 (from professional degree only) Male Female Total Total 24 16 40 Domestic 15 14 29 Overseas 9 2 11 ARTICULATION The School of Architecture and Built Environment at the University of Newcastle admits students, by articulation, into the undergraduate BDes(Arch) course. Admission in this manner has been approved for NSW and Victorian TAFE courses generally at the level of credit grade average or higher. Courses accepted for articulation of students directly into Year 2 of the BDes(Arch) course are: 1. Associate Diploma in Architectural Drafting 2. Diploma in Architectural Technology Other equivalent qualifications are also considered. Similar qualifications from other States are evaluated on a demand basis. GRADUATE PROGRAMS Research Post-graduate Studies The School of Architecture and Built Environment offers the research higher degrees Master of Philosophy and Doctor of Philosophy, undertaken by individual study and submission of a research thesis or combination of thesis and design project. RESEARCH ACTIVITIES The School of Architecture and Built Environment at Newcastle is home of the Centre for Interdisciplinary Built Environment Research (CIBER). Members of CIBER have been awarded more than $7 million in competitive research income since 2003 and have produced more than 400 research publications in that time. CIBER is led by Professor Ostwald (an ARC Future Fellow) and architecture academics

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RESEARCH ACTIVITIES (continued) who are members of CIBER hold a range of prestigious ARC fellowships and grants supporting major research initiatives in the following areas: 1. Architectural Theory and History. Research topics in this area include: geometry and science in design; connections between architecture, art and film; urban design history and theory; architectural history; meaning in the built environment; design in virtual environments; the philosophy of design. 2. Design Computing and Cognition. Research topics in this area include: computational analysis of architectural and urban space; computational design; Building Information Models; information technology in the workplace. 3. Education and Cognition. Research topics in this area include: professional education and curriculum design; social and psychological processes of creativity and design; the social study of discipline or professional areas. 4. Regional and Sustainable Design. Research topics in this area include: the design and management of the built environment for economic, environmental and social sustainability; urban design, regional renewal and development; adaptive reuse of heritage structures. STUDENT ACTIVITIES SONA, barbeques, annual review, International Exchange Study opportunities etc. Each year the School offers in excess of $50,000 in prizes, scholarships and other opportunities for students. LIBRARY RESOURCES 13,000+ Architectural monographs, 270+ Serial titles in the Auchmuty library. Extensive technical collection, design theses, serials and trade journals in the Architecture Resource Centre, which is located in the studio building. COMPUTING RESOURCES Dedicated 40 seat PC laboratory and additional 30 PCs. Separate access to 150 shared PC computers in the Faculty. Other peripherals include various A4, A3 and A1 printers, several FB scanners, 2 A1 plotters and 10 LCD projection panels.

COMPUTING RESOURCES (continued) There is also an advanced digital design studio with eight high-performance computers, one haptic modelling device, one 3D scanner and two interactive design tablets. OTHER RESOURCES A new purpose designed workshop has been constructed and fitted out with state of the art equipment. Students are able to use all machines including two 3-D rapid prototyping machines, a 3-D laser scanner, a 3-D router and two laser cutters. Two fully qualified technical officers induct and advise students and ensure OH&S requirements are met. RECOGNITION/ACCREDITATION The Architects Accreditation Council of Australia, on behalf of the Australian Institute of Architects and the State Architects Registration Boards, maintains a listing of all accredited courses in Australia. The Architecture programs were granted five years ongoing unconditional accreditation in 2007. ARCHITECTURE STAFF - FULL TIME ACADEMIC STAFF R. Awad, BSc(Arch), BArch(Hons), BConMg G. Brewer, CEd, MSc(Eng), MCIOB, CertFE, PhD M. Chapman, BSc(Arch), BArch(Hons1), MArch, PhD A. Dosen, Dipl-IngFH(Koblenz), AKRP S. P. Fleming, BSc(Arch), BArch, PhD N. Gu, BArch(Shenzhen), MDesSci(Hons)(Syd), PhD (Syd) M. Jefferies, BSc(Hons), MBldg(Res), MAIB, MCIOB L. N. Johnston, DipArch(Dund), FRAIA, FRIAI (0.2 fractional) W. Jones, BSc(Hons)(Wolverhampton) D. Lowe, BSc(Arch), BArch(Hons) J. Mackee, BArch(Hons)(UQ), BDesSt(UQ), MSc(NUS), PhD M. Mak, Dip(Arch)(HKP), Dip(Man)(HKP), MPR(UNSW), PhD

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ARCHITECTURE STAFF - FULL TIME (continued) ACADEMIC STAFF (continued) H. Mand, DipArch(UCL), MSc(Arch)(UCL), PhD(Syd) T. Morrison, BA, GradDip(Maths), PhD M. J. Ostwald, BSc(Arch), BArch(Hons1), PhD, DSc, MPIA(UD), Affiliate RAIA J. Roberts, BSc(Arch)(Syd), BArch(Syd), MPhil W. Sher, BSc(Bld)(Hons)(Lough), MSc(Ncle UK) C. Tucker, BSc(Arch), BArch(Hons), MPhil J. Vaughan, BSc(Arch), BArch T. Williams, BEd(AA), BEd(IA), MCurrSt, PhD FRACTIONAL PROFESSORIAL ARCHITECTURE STAFF K. Clare, FRAIA L. Clare, FRAIA R. Leplastrier, BArch L. Nield, BArch(Hons), MLitt, LFRAIA P. Stutchbury, BArch(Hons), LFRAIA GENERAL STAFF T. Afful, BCom, GCert, Mktg Administrative Officer J. Connor, Administrative Assistant J. George, Administrative Assistant M. Hill, Administrative Officer J. Kuehn, BA, Executive Officer P. Lane, BSc, MBA, Administrative Assistant D. Lieb, Technical Officer K. Oliver, Technical Officer K. Phelps, Administrative Assistant SESSIONAL ARCHITECTURE STAFF Corrine Anton Reginald Baker Katherine Barrett Matthew Bennett Paula Birch Prudence Bowe Matthew Boyle Katie Cadman Timothy Chamberlain David Chenery Brianna Chesworth Daniel Colthrope John De Bruyn Peter Donn John Drake SESSIONIONAL ARCHITECTURE STAFF (continued) Benjamin Egan Jason Elsley Kristal Ford-Spencer Raeana Henderson Matthew Hull Dana Hutchinson Britt Jovanovski Sarah Jozefiak Claudine Kaminski Karen Lambert Genevieve Lilley Romi Macpherson Sophie McLeod Robin Merrick Michael Netherton Milos Obradovic Ian Owen Luke Pigliacampo Martin Quirke Mohammad Rashid Jasmine Richardson Lachlan Seegers Carol Seymour Susan Sherratt Luke Smith John Smolders Mark Spence David Stafford Judith Trengrove Sarah Warden Matilda Watson Andrew Yardy HONORARY ARCHITECTURE STAFF M. Burry, BA(Arch)(Cambridge), DipArch(Cambridge), MA(Cambridge), RAIA R. Cowdroy, ASTC, BArch(NSW), FRAIA R. J. Donaldson, BArch(Hons), FRAIA P. Droege, MArch(MIT), DI(Tech Uni Munich), MPIA, AAIA E. Duc, BArch(UNSW), MArch, FRAIA J. Grose, BArch(Hons), BAppSc(BltEnv), RAIA M. Morrell, BSc(Arch), BArch(Melb) B. S. Maitland, DipArch(Camb), MA(Camb), PhD(Shef), LFRAIA B. Suters, AM, BArch, HonDArch, AASTC, LFRAIA VISITING LECTURERS Joe Aguis Melonie Bayl-Smith, RAIA Craig Burton Ranulph Glanville John Gollings, Hon FRAIA Tom Greer Drew Heath Satvir Mand Andrew Maynard, RAIA Andrea Nield, FRAIA Peter Stevens James Stockwell, RAIA Philip Thalis, RAIA Marcus Trimble, RAIA

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The University of Newcastle Course Structure


STUDY AREA ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN (Studio) COURSE STRUCTURE: Bachelor of Design (Architecture) Architecture 1 Semester 1 Architecture 1 Semester 2 Architecture 2 Semester 1 ARCHITECTURAL ARCHITECTURAL ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 1A DESIGN 1B DESIGN 2A (Studio) (Studio) (Studio) Includes Includes Includes Design Studies Site Studies Design Studies 25%

Architecture 2 Semester 2 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 2B (Studio) Includes Site Studies 25%

Architecture 3 Semester 1 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 3A (Studio) Includes Design Studies

Architecture 3 Semester 2 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 3B (Studio) Includes Site Studies

50% ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES CONSTRUCTION ECOLOGY 1 Materials Science & Use OPEN ELECTIVE

50% CONSTRUCTION ECOLOGY 2 Heritage and Environment

50% OPEN ELECTIVE

50%

25% TECHNICAL STUDIES CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY 1 Introduction to Construction & Structures 25% HISTORICAL STUDIES HISTORY & THEORY IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT 1 Historical Overview 25% COMMUNICATION SKILLS COMMUNICATION IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT 1 Graphic & Written Communication 25% COMMUNICATION IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT 2 Electronic/CAD Communication 25% COMMUNICATION IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT 3 Advanced Graphic Communication

25% CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY 2 Domestic Construction & Structures 25% HISTORY & THEORY IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT 2 20th Century Design 25% COMMUNICATION IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT 4 Advanced Electronic /CAD Communication 25% 25% CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY 3 Commercial Construction & Structures

25%

25%

25% HISTORY & THEORY IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT 3 20th Century Theory 25%

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STUDY AREA ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN (Studio) COURSE STRUCTURE: Master of Architecture Architecture 4 Semester 1 Architecture 4 Semester 2 ARCHITECTURAL ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 4A DESIGN 4B (Studio) (Studio)

Architecture 5 Semester 1 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 5A (Studio) Includes Site Studies

Architecture 5 Semester 2 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 5B (Studio) Includes Technical Studies

50% ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN

50% CONSTRUCTION ECOLOGY 3 Building Science

50%

25% TECHNICAL STUDIES CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY 4 Advanced Construction & Structures 25% PROFESSIONAL STUDIES ARCHITECTURAL MANAGEMENT ARCHITECTURAL PRACTICE

75%

25% RESEARCH RESEARCH IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT 1 RESEARCH IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT 2

25%

25%

50%

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THE UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND


School of Architecture, Brisbane QLD 4072 Tel: (07) 3365 3537 or 3365 3790 Fax: (07) 3365 3999 Email: architecture@uq.edu.au Web: www.architecture.uq.edu.au Dean and Head, School of Architecture: Professor John Macarthur, BDesSt(Hons1)(Qld), MDesSt(Qld), PhD(Camb), Affiliate RAIA BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN The Bachelor of Architectural Design (BArchDes), a 3 year full time degree, is the first stage of obtaining a professional qualification in Architecture. MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE The Master of Architecture (MArch), a 2 year full time coursework degree, is the second stage of obtaining a professional qualification in Architecture. 10 months professional experience is required for entry to MArch. MINIMUM TIME FOR PROGRAM COMPLETION 3 years Bachelor of Architectural Design 2 years Master of Architecture SCHOOL LEAVER ADMISSION CUT-OFF SCORE FOR 2011 OP 3 (ATAR 95.60; Qld rank 96) ENTRY QUOTA NUMBER FOR SCHOOL LEAVERS 85 YEAR 12 PRE-REQUISITES FOR ADMISSION Pass in Year 12 English TOTAL STUDENTS ENROLLED IN FIRST YEAR OF PROGRAM 2011 (EFTSL) Male Female Total Total 55.875 53.125 109 Domestic 45 39.375 84.375 Overseas 10.875 13.75 24.625 TOTAL PROGRAM STUDENT NUMBERS 2011 (including Parts 1 and 2 of course) (EFTSL) Male Female Total Total 219.625 174.625 394.25 Domestic 179 134.125 313.125 Overseas 40.625 40.5 81.125 GRADUATIONS 2010 (from professional degree only) Male Female Total Total 24 11 35 Domestic 20 10 30 Overseas 4 1 5 ARTICULATION Articulation into the BArchDes is assessed on a case by case basis. Applicants who have undertaken an accredited course of study in Architecture at another tertiary institution apply through the Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre (QTAC). Once offered a place, application is made to the Executive Dean for credit in the program. For entry into the MArch apply online directly to the University of Queensland. The amount of credit for both BArchDes and MArch programs shall be recommended to the Executive Dean by Architecture Directors of Programs following submission of a portfolio covering all aspects of academic work. POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMS Master of Architecture Master of Philosophy** Doctor of Philosophy** (**Master of Philosophy and Doctor of Philosophy may be taken by Architectural Design) RESEARCH ACTIVITIES Architectural Design. History and Theory of Architecture. Environmental Design and Technology. Environment and Society. Aboriginal Environments Research Centre. Centre for Sustainable Design. STUDENT ACTIVITIES Postgraduate seminars and research colloquia. The University of Queensland Architecture Society is the student body responsible for coordinating social and cultural events. SPECIAL ACTIVITIES Annual Summer Exhibition of student work, Graduate Exhibition, Architecture Public Talks Series and Projects Review publication. LIBRARY RESOURCES Architecture & Music branch library of The University of Queensland Library www.library.uq.edu.au. COMPUTING RESOURCES The computer teaching laboratory has 30 Windows based workstations equipped with dual 20" widescreen LCD monitors connected to the COMPUTING RESOURCES (continued) University's Ethernet network and Internet. Printing facilities include A4/A3 & AO prints for students and wireless access is available in studios. Software resources include a range of Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Creative Suite, Revit, 3ds and Ecotect, SketchUp Pro, Archicad, Rhino and other course specific software. A large range of scanners and other imaging tools are available including a wide range of high definition video cameras, digital SLR cameras and a Microscribe point scanner. OTHER RESOURCES Networked Design Studios, Construction Design Laboratory and Exhibition Gallery. Prototyping Workshop Resources: Access to a dedicated timber workshop with state of the art fixed station wood working equipment including a CNC router, hand power tools and course specific consumables. A laser cutter and other model making tools are also available. A companion assembly workshop is used for large-scale model making and coursework activities. Access to faculty workshops which focus on concrete, metal trades and plastics and includes 4 and 5 axis CNC milling machines and CNC water cutters. DISTANCE EDUCATION Distance education courses not offered. RECOGNITION/ACCREDITATION The Australian Institute of Architects and the Board of Architects of Queensland currently recognise and accredit the BArchDes and MArch programs. The Architects Accreditation Council of Australia maintains a listing of all accredited courses in Australia. ARCHITECTURE STAFF FULL TIME DEAN AND HEAD OF SCHOOL/PROFESSOR John Macarthur, BDesSt(Hons1)(Qld), MDesSt(Qld), PhD(Camb), Affiliate RAIA DEPUTY HEAD OF SCHOOL/SENIOR LECTURER Antony Moulis, BDesSt(Qld), BArch(Hons1)(Qld), PhD(Qld), Affiliate RAIA PROFESSORS Luis Feduchi, Professor of Architectural Design, GradDipArch, PG DipDevPrac(Oxford BU), PG Dip Doctoral Studies(U Granada), RA, CSCAE Paul Memmott, BArch(Hons2A)(Qld), PhD(Qld), FRAIA, FAAS READERS/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR Peter Skinner, BDesSt(Qld), BArch(Hons2A)(Qld), MArch(Qld), FRAIA SENIOR LECTURERS Pedro Guedes, BA(Hons)(Camb), DipArch(Camb), MA(Camb), PhD(Qld), RIBA Chris Landorf, BArch(SAIT), BA(IntDes), MBA (UniSA), GradDipBuiltEnv(UCL), FRAIA Marci Webster-Mannison, BDesSt(Qld), BArch (Canberra), PhD(Qld), RAIA LECTURERS Michael Dickson, BArch(Hons1)(Qld), RAIA Kelly Greenop, BArch(Hons1)(Qld), GCHEd(Qld) , AAS Susan Holden, BArch(Hons 1)(Qld), RAIA Elizabeth Musgrave, BDesSt(Qld), BArch(Hons1) (Qld), MPhil(Qld), RAIA Tim ORourke, BArch(Hons2)(Qld), RAIA Cathy Smith, BBE(IntDes), BArch(Hons1), MAppSc (Research), RAIA Nicole Sully, BEnvDes(UWA), BArch(Hons)(UWA), BFA(UWA), PhD(UWA) Andrew Wilson, BArch(Hons)(Melb), MArch(RMIT), FRAIA ASSOCIATE LECTURER Douglas Neale, BDesSt(Qld), BArch(Qld), RAIA POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH FELLOWS Mathew Aitchison, BDesSt(Qld), BArch(Hons1) (Qld), PhD(Qld) James Davidson, BDesSt(Qld), BArch(Hons 1) (Qld), PhD (Qld), RAIA Daphne Nash, BA(ANU), MA(ANU), BLitt(ANU), PhD(ANU) Naomi Stead, BArch(SA), PhD(Qld) Deborah van der Plaat, BA(Hons)(ANU), PhD(NSW)

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ARCHITECTURE STAFF (continued) PROFESSIONAL STAFF Avio Deldot School Manager Fiona Hu PA to Head of School & School Manager Erin Lewis Finance & Research Admin Officer Kay Leaf-Milham Senior Admin Officer-Academic Deirdre Timo Administrative Assistant Linda Thomson Administrative Assistant Clair Keleher Project Officer Martin Bull Building Manager and WH&S Matthew Dixon Technical Officer HONORARY STAFF PROFESSOR EMERITUS Balwant Saini, BA(Punj), BArch(Melb), PhD(Melb), FRIBA, LFRAIA Brit Andresen, MArch(Trondheim), LFRAIA HONORARY PROFESSOR Ron Lewcock, PhD(Natal) ADJUNCT PROFESSORS Brian Donovan, BArch(Qld), FRAIA Timothy Hill, BArch(Qld), FRAIA Momoyo Kaijima, PhD(Tokyo Institute of Technology) Michael Rayner, AM, BArch(NSW), LFRAIA Joseph Reser, BSc, MA, PhD(Psychology) Robert Riddel, PhD(UQ), AADipl(Lond), MArt(RCA Lond), CArch(QIT), FRAIA Shane Thompson, DipArch(QIT), FRAIA Peter Tonkin, BSc(Arch)(Hons1)(Syd), BArch(Hons1)(Syd), FRAIA Donald Watson, BArch(Qld), AAIA, LFRAIA Elizabeth Watson-Brown, BDesSt(Qld), BArch(Hons2A)(Qld), LFRAIA Hamilton Wilson, BAppSc, BArch(Hons), FRAIA Bruce Wolfe, BDesSt, BArch, MSCUP, MAICD, FRAIA, MPIA ADJUNCT ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS Steven Szokolay, AM, DipArch(NSW), MArch(Liv), PhD(Qld), MInstEnvSc Alexander Ackfun, BBus(USQ) Rex Addison, BArch(Qld), AAGradDipl(Lond) Fiona Gardiner, BDesSt(Qld), BArch(Hons)(Qld), DiplConSt(York), GradCertPubSecMgmt(Flinders) Mark Moran, BE(Hons)(QUT), PhD(Qld) Gerard Murtagh, MA(Royal College of Art Lond) Colin Saltmere, Managing Director, Myuma Pty Ltd & Dugalunji Aboriginal Corporation HONORARY SENIOR FELLOW Greg Bamford, BArch(Hons2)(Qld), PhD(Qld) HONORARY RESEARCH CONSULTANT Andrew Leach, BA(Well), MArch(Well), PhD(Ghent) HONORARY RESEARCH ADVISOR Anne Best, BSc(USouthampton), PhD(UCollege Lond)

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The University of Queensland Course Structure


STUDY AREA ARCHITECTURAL/ ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY HISTORY & THEORY BEHAVIOUR & ENVIRONMENT ELECTIVES* Principles of Architecture Housing People & Place 2 COURSE STRUCTURE: Bachelor of Architectural Design - Years 1-3 Year 1 Semester 1 Architectural Design 1 u Year 1 Semester 2 4 Architectural Design 2 u Year 2 Semester 1 4 Architectural Design 3 u Year 2 Semester 2 4 Architectural Design 4 u Year 3 Semester 1 4 Architectural Design 5 u Year 3 Semester 2 4 Architectural Design 6 u 4

Architectural Communication 1

2 Architectural Technology 1

Architectural Technology 3

2 Architectural Technology 4

2 Architectural Technology 5

Architectural Technology 2

Themes in History of Western Architecture

2 Modern Architecture & the 2 Culture, Environment & City OR Design 2 OR ELECTIVE Architecture in Asia OR ELECTIVE * At least #2 electives from ARCH2230, ARCH3110 or ARCH3210. Up to #4 electives may be taken from the BArts schedule or other courses approved by the Architecture Academic Advisor. Architecture of the Region OR ELECTIVE

COURSE STRUCTURE: Master of Architecture Years 1 and 2 ARCHITECTURAL/ ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY PROFESSIONAL STUDIES ARCHITECTURAL RESEARCH Architectural Research 1 u = units 2 Architectural Research 2 Advanced Architectural Technology 1 2 Architectural Design Studio 1 4 Architectural Design Studio 2 Advanced Architectural Technology 2 4 Architectural Design Studio 3 2 4 Architectural Design Studio 4 4

Architectural Practice 1 2 Architectural Research 3

2 Architectural Practice 2 2 Research Project

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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA


Art, Architecture and Design, Kaurna Building, City West Campus, cnr Fenn Place/Hindley Street, Adelaide SA 5000 Tel: (08) 8302 0366 Fax: (08) 8302 0211 Email: aad@unisa.edu.au Web: www.unisa.edu.au/aad Head of School: Professor Mads Gaardboe, BArch, MA(Arch), MScArch&UrbanDesign, MAA, RAIA, FRSA Email: mads.gaardboe@unisa.edu.au Program Director: Mr Stephen Ward, BArch, RAIA Email: stephen.ward@unisa.edu.au BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURAL STUDIES A three year full time program in architectural education, providing students with the skills and knowledge required for eligibility to apply for entry into the professional Master of Architecture degree. MINIMUM TIME FOR PROGRAM COMPLETION 3 years MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE The Master of Architecture comprises the final two years of the five year professionally accredited architecture education offered at UniSA and is designed for students who have already completed a recognised undergraduate degree in architectural studies or equivalent. MINIMUM TIME FOR PROGRAM COMPLETION 2 years SCHOOL LEAVER ADMISSION CUT-OFF SCORE FOR PRESENT YEAR ATAR: 85.55 ENTRY QUOTA NUMBER FOR SCHOOL LEAVERS 73 YEAR 12 PRE-REQUISITES FOR ADMISSION No pre-requisites required. YEAR 12 ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION Good overall skills and knowledge levels at Year 12. TOTAL STUDENTS ENROLLED IN FIRST YEAR OF PROGRAM 2011 (EFTSL) Bachelor of Architectural Studies (Part 1) Male Female Total Total 47.46 36.08 83.54 Domestic 41.04 30.20 71.24 Overseas 6.42 5.88 12.30 Master of Architecture (Part 2) Total 30.88 15.38 Domestic 25.38 14.38 Overseas 5.5 1.0 46.26 39.76 6.5 TOTAL COURSE STUDENT NUMBERS 2011 (EFTSL) (including Parts 1 and 2 of Program) Male Female Total Total 237.79 147.16 384.95 Domestic 199.58 121.33 320.91 Overseas 38.21 25.83 64.04 GRADUATIONS 2010 (from professional degree only) Male Female Total Total 34 9 43 Domestic 33 9 42 Overseas 1 0 1 PROGRAM CONTENT Bachelor of Architectural Studies Students gain a foundation in design theory, creativity and environmental awareness, and are also taught supporting technical skills in architectural construction, science and visual communication. Emphasis is given to integrating all courses into design studio through increasingly complex projects which are variously themed to explore a wide variety of architectural topics. Master of Architecture This program equips students with the creative and technical skills to work as graduate architects, and provides the qualifications required towards registration as a professional architect. The program has a core focus on design studio as a place of integration for other streams of learning and provides opportunities for specialisation through electives. Courses are designed to develop capabilities in areas such as sustainability, construction and documentation, urban design, contemporary design theory and digital exploration. RECOGNITION/ACCREDITATION The Australian Institute of Architects and The Architectural Practice Board of South Australia currently recognise and accredit the Master of Architecture. The Architects Accreditation Council of Australia maintains a listing of all accredited courses in Australia. ARTICULATION (from local TAFE courses) A minimum of 36 points credit is provided for specific Advanced Diploma courses and 18 points for specific Diploma courses at TAFE SA. RESEARCH ACTIVITIES Architectural history, theory and education; building and urban conservation and ecology; remote area design and construction; digital design; cultural heritage and design education; housing; architectural and urban planning and design. SPECIAL ACTIVITIES Consulting and community projects. Student construction program in rural and remote locations. Workshop, site, and furniture construction electives. Masterclasses. Cross-discipline electives and studios. International study tours and studios. Masters lecture series. National student congress in 2011. LIBRARY RESOURCES The Library at City West is well resourced in the areas of art, architecture and design history and theory, business practice and management, with additional resources in construction and project management, planning and landscape architecture located at the City East campus. COMPUTING RESOURCES Specialist school computer pools with IMAC and PCs running multi-media and CAD software including AutoCAD, Revit, 3D Studio MAX, Viz, Adobe Premier Pro, Ecotect, Director MX, and Solidworks. Campuswide wireless networking, a range of network printers/colour, plotters, scanners, digital cameras and video capture equipment are also available for student use. OTHER RESOURCES Design Workshop comprehensively equipped for timber and metal work at scales suited to a range of construction projects from buildings to fine industrial design manufacturing. Equipment includes laser cutter, CNC router, 3D printer and large format printers. The Architecture Museums collections exceed 200,000 items including drawings, photographs, specifications, diaries, a library etc with more than 100 individuals and firms represented. It is a unique resource for research in architecture and planning history. DISTANCE EDUCATION Distance education courses not offered. ARCHITECTURE STAFF FULL TIME STAFF HEAD OF SCHOOL Professor Mads Gaardboe, BArch, MA(Arch), MSc(Arch&UrbanDesign), MAA, RAIA, FRSA PROGRAM DIRECTOR Stephen Ward, BArch, RAIA ACADEMIC STAFF Chris Brisbin, PhD, BArch(Hons), BDesStudies Matt Davis, BArch(Hons), BArchStudies, RAIA Angelique Edmonds, PhD, MPhil, GradDip in Architecture(UK), BSc(Arch), Affiliate RAIA Rachel Hurst, BArch, Affiliate RAIA Damian Madigan, BArch(Hons), BArchStudies, RAIA Associate Professor Thomas Mical, PhD, MSc, MArch, BDesign(Hons) David Morris, BArch, DipArt, RAIA Jasmine Palmer, Master Design Science, BArch(Hons), BA(Arch) Sean Pickersgill, PhD, BArch DIRECTOR ARCHITECTURE MUSEUM Christine Garnaut, PhD, BA(Hons), DipEd PART TIME STAFF John Schenk, MArch, BArch, LFRAIA Julie Collins, PhD, BArch(Hons) HONORARY STAFF ADJUNCT PROFESSORS Judith Brine, Hon AM, PhD, LFRAIA Donald Leslie Johnson, PhD, Hon FRAIA Donald Langmead, PhD, MSc(Arch), DipArch, GradDipTP Gini Lee, PhD, DipID, MLArch Khai Liew John Wardle, MArch, FRAIA

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University of South Australia Program Structure


Bachelor of Architectural Studies (DBAE)
Year 1 SP2 Design Studies and Design Integration
Design Studio 1

Master of Architecture (DMAE)


Year 3 Year 1 SP5
Architectural Design Studio 6 (Integrated)

Year 2 SP5 SP2


Architectural Design Studio 3 (Context)

Year 2 SP5 SP2


Architectural Design Studio 9

SP5
Architectural Design Studio 4 (Communications)

SP2
Architectural Design Studio 5 (Construction)

SP2
Architectural Design Studio 7 (Environment)

SP5
Architectural Design Studio 10

Design Studio 2

Architectural Design Studio 8 (Construction)

ARCH 1001 6

ARCH 1003 6

ARCH 2051 9

ARCH 2052 9

ARCH 3049 9

ARCH 3050 9

ARCH 4033 9

ARCH 4008 9

ARCH 4002 9 Masters Project Report 1

ARCH 4003 9 Masters Project Report 2

ARCH 5036 4.5

ARCH 5037 4.5

Communication Skills

Design Drawing

Design Documentation ARCH 1006 3

Design Communication (Digital)

ARCH 1008 3

ARCH 2053 4.5

Documentation and Technical Studies

Design Construction Principles

Design Construction Housing

Design Construction Multistorey

Architecture and Technology

ARCH 1007 4.5

Environmental Studies

BUIL 1006 4.5 Architecture and Environment

BUIL 2006 4.5

BUIL 3004 4.5 Architecture and Ecology

ARCH 1020 4.5

History and Theory Studies

Design, Culture and Environment

Architecture and Modernity

ARCH 3028 4.5 Contemporary Design Theory

Theories and History of Architecture

ARCH 1021 4.5

ARCH 3053 4.5

ARCH 2021 4.5

ARCH 4018 4.5 Architectural Practice Professional ARCH 5035 4.5 Architectural Practice Management ARCH 5034 4.5

Practice and Project Management Implementation and User Studies

Elective Studies

Free Elective

Art, Architecture and Design Elective 1 4.5

Elective

Elective

4.5

4.5

4.5 Elective

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THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY


Faculty of Architecture, Design & Planning The University of Sydney NSW 2006 Tel: (02) 9351 2686 Fax: (02) 9351 5665 Email: jonathan.hulme@sydney.edu.au Web: www.sydney.edu.au/architecture (or www.arch.usyd.edu.au) Dean: Professor John Redmond, BA(CSAD), MA(RCA), DipID(Eng)(CSAD), FRSA, AADM, FDIA Discipline Head, Architecture and Allied Arts: vacant Coordinator, BDesArch Program: Ross Anderson, BArch(Hons)(Canberra), MPhil(Camb) Coordinator, MArch Program: Lee Stickells, BArch(Hons), BEnvDes, PhD The Faculty is comprised of four disciplines: Architecture & Allied Arts, Architectural Science, Design Lab, and Urban & Regional Planning & Policy. The professional architecture degree is offered in two tiers: the 3-year BDesArch followed by the 2-year MArch. It is coordinated by the BDesArch/MArch Program Committee. Student enquiries may be directed to the appropriate Program Coordinator or to the Marketing Coordinator, Mr Jonathan Hulme on (02) 9351 2686 or email at jonathan.hulme@sydney.edu.au. BACHELOR OF DESIGN IN ARCHITECTURE The BDesArch is a pre-professional design-oriented program in architecture. Over 3 years full time a minimum 144 credit points is necessary including a core of mandatory subjects focused on knowledgebased integrative design studios plus additional prerequisites for those intending to proceed to the MArch. A variety of practical and theoretical electives are offered by the Faculty and students are encouraged to pursue their individual interests by taking subjects from other programs and faculties across the University of Sydney. There are 3 combined degrees offered to students: combined Architecture and Engineering (BDesArch/BEng) degree and combined Architecture and Law (BDesArch/LLB) degree allow students to complete both qualifications in 5 years; Bachelor of Project Management (BPM(Built Environment Stream)) is a three year undergraduate degree. MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE The MArch is a 2 year full time professional degree. It is a professional design-oriented architecture degree that provides the finishing knowledge, skills and experience to equip the graduate to be a professional architect. A minimum of 2 years, 96 credit points is necessary including a core of mandatory subjects. Elective units and independent study options enable students to explore individual interests in subjects offered by the Faculty. Graduates of architectural programs from other universities are welcome to apply to complete their education by enrolling in the 2-year MArch Program. MINIMUM TIME FOR BDESARCH/MARCH PROGRAM COMPLETION 5 years. Professional architectural experience over the course of study is recommended and supported by the course structure. SCHOOL LEAVER ADMISSION CUT-OFF SCORE FOR 2011 ATAR: 96.95 Year 12 REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION There are no prerequisites but there are two subjects which are 'assumed knowledge'. These are Maths and Advanced English. Interpretive subjects such as history, visual arts and geography, other humanities and social sciences are the best preparation for entry to the Sydney Architecture Program. TOTAL STUDENTS ENROLLED IN FIRST YEAR 2011 (BDesArch Program) (EFTSU) Male Female Total Total 69.9 65.2 135.1 Domestic 52.7 46 98.7 International 17.2 19.2 36.4 TOTAL STUDENTS ENROLLED 2011 (including BDesArch and MArch (EFTSU) Male Female Total Total 262.89 275.61 538.5 Domestic 211.52 207.08 418.6 International 51.37 68.53 119.9 GRADUATIONS 2010 (fifth year graduations from MArch Program) Male Female Total Total 60 55 115 Domestic 42 43 85 International 18 12 30 ARTICULATION from local TAFE and international polytechnic courses is undertaken through UAC for locally based students. The Faculty has established an articulation program with the Architecture Diploma offered at Singapore Polytechnic. Other programs are assessed on a case by case basis. DISTANCE EDUCATION Not offered, though some units of study are offered on-line or through the virtual campus. RECOGNITION/ACCREDITATION The Australian Institute of Architects and the NSW Architects Registration Board recognise and accredit the combined BDesArch/MArch Program. UIA representatives were observers at the 2003 accreditation visit. The Architects Accreditation Council of Australia maintains a listing of all accredited courses in Australia. GRADUATE PROGRAMS Graduate coursework certificates, diplomas and masters degrees are offered in Architectural & Urban Design as well as in Audio & Acoustics, Building Services, Interaction Design and Electronic Arts, Facilities Management, Heritage Conservation, Illumination Design, Sustainable Design, Urban Design and Urban & Regional Planning. RESEARCH The Faculty has four internationally recognised research groups: Architecture & Allied Arts (including research on architectural history theory & criticism, heritage conservation, urban design); Architectural Science (audio & acoustics, building systems, illumination design); Design Lab (digital media, virtual environments); and Urban & Regional Planning & Policy (urban policy, housing, economic planning). Hons, MPhil, PhD and DSc(Arch) research students and post-docs are welcome to apply in any of these areas of research. SPECIAL CENTRES & JOURNALS AHURI Housing & Urban Research Centre, Ian Buchan Fell Housing Research Centre, Design Lab, Planning Research Centre Journals: Architectural Science Review, Architectural Theory Review, People & Physical Environment Research, International Journal of Design Computing LIBRARY AND AV RESOURCES The architecture library is incorporated within the new SciTech Library. The Library spaces facilitate interaction and communication and support use of ICT. Multipurpose rooms provide venues for training, studying, presentations and discussions. The AV Centre has an extensive digitised film, video and slide collection. STUDENT ACTIVITIES The Sydney University Design Association (SUDA) represents undergraduate and graduate students across the breadth of the Faculty. COMPUTING RESOURCES The Facultys computer laboratories and studios are among the largest and most modern design computing facilities in the Southern Hemisphere. All labs, studios, lecture theatres and common shared spaces of the Faculty offer high-speed free wireless Internet access and students have 24/7 access to secure computing labs. Labs are equipped with over 250 workstation class machines that are on gigabit networks, equipped with over 100 different applications. This combination allows students to represent their ideas digitally in 3D-Architectural drawings (using Autodesk Master Suite or Rhino), Video (using Final Cut Studio) or Animation (using Maya). The Faculty has carefully invested in ecofriendly print and scan devices that are capable of producing the highest quality colour prints up to oversize A0, for students to showcase their work during presentations and exhibitions. At Architecture, you are only limited by your imagination.

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TECHNICAL RESOURCES The Architectural and Technical Services Centre has comprehensive Digital Fabrication facilities including laser cutters, 3-axis CNC routers, powder and plastic rapid prototypers, and metal, plastic and wood technology studios. The Faculty has a new purpose built Indoor Environmental Quality laboratory, as well as an aerodynamics laboratory, heliodon, acoustics laboratory, audio research laboratory and recording studio, lighting laboratories, design cognition laboratory, artificial sky, film and video studio in conjunction with art workshops housing dark rooms, printmaking workshops, ceramics and painting studios and Tin Sheds Gallery. ACADEMIC STAFF DEAN Professor John Redmond, BA(CSAD), MA(RCA) (RCA), DipID(Eng)(CSAD), FRSA, AADM, FDIA ASSOCIATE DEANS Chris Smith, BSc(Arch), BArch(Hons1), PhD (Education) Richard Hyde, BSc(Hons)(Aston), DipArch(Birm Poly), PhD(CNAA), RAIA (Research) William Martens, BA(Psych)(Miami), PhD (Northwestern) (Graduate Research Studies) PROFESSORS OF ARCHITECTURE Sandra Kaji-OGrady, BArch(Hons)(WA), MArch(WA), GradDip(Murdoch), PhD Philosophy(Monash) Michael Tawa, BScArch(UNSW), BArch(Hons)(UNSW), PhD(UNSW), FRAIA PROFESSORS OF ARCHITECTURAL SCIENCE Richard Hyde, BSc(Hons)(Aston), DipArch(Birm Poly), PhD(CNAA), RAIA Richard de Dear, BA(Hons)(UQ), PhD(Applied Climatology)(UQ) ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS Andy Dong, MS, PhD(Calif) Nicole Gurran, BA, MURP, PhD(USyd) Glen Hill, BArch, PhD(USyd), MPM(UTS) Paul Jones, BA, GradDipUrbStud(Macq), MURP(NE), PhD(Qld), MA ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS (continued) William Martens, BA(Psych)(Miami), PhD (Northwestern) * Roderick Simpson, BSc(Arch)Sydney, RAIA, AAIA, MPIA, ARB5868 Chris Smith, BSc(Arch), BArch(Hons1), PhD SENIOR LECTURERS Ross Anderson, BArch(Hons)(Canberra), MPhil(Camb) Peter Armstrong, BArch, PhD(USyd), ME(Waseda) Densil Cabrera, BMus, PhD(USyd), MA, GradDipComm(UTS) Jan Fieldsend, MA(UNSW), DipEd(Auck) Francesco Fiorito, BBuilding Engineering(Bari), PhD(Building Engineering)(Bari) Paul Jones, BA, DipUrbanStudies, MURP, MA, PhD, MPIA Duanfang Lu, BArch(Tsinghua), PhD(Calif), Affiliate RAIA Robert Saunders, BSc(Edin), PhD(USyd) Krishna K. Shrestha, BSc(Forestry)(TU Nepal), MEEM(UTS), PhD(Sydney) Lee D. Stickells, BArch(Hons), BEnvDes, PhD LECTURERS Zanny Begg, BAVisArts(GU), Hons1 ArtTheory(Syd Coll Fine Arts) Caitlin de Berigny Wall, BArt(Visual)(Hons)(ANU), PhD(Phil)(Canberra) Oliver Bown, BA(Cambridge), MSC(Sussex), PhD(London) Claudia Perren, PhD(Uni Kassel), MArch(ETH Zurich), Dip-Ing(KHB Berlin) Dagmar Reinhardt, PhD(Syd), MArch(Staedelschule), DiplIng(TU) Martin Tomitsch, MSc, MSocEcSc, PhD(Vienna UT) Simon Weir, BDesArch(Hons1), PhD(USyd) ASSOCIATE LECTURERS Paul Murty, MArch Daniel Ryan, BSc(ArchSc)(NUI), BArch(NUI), MDesSc(USyd) ADJUNCT PROFESSORS Paul Berkemeier, MArch(Harv), BArch, BSc(Arch)(USyd), LFRAIA John Choi, BArch(Hons)(USyd), BSc(Arch)(USyd) ADJUNCT PROFESSORS (continued) Helen Lochhead, BScArch(Hons1)(USyd), BArch(Hons1)(USyd), MSc(Arch&UrbDes) (Columbia NY), FAIC, RAIA Rachel Neeson, BSc(Arch)(USyd), BArch(Hons1 & Uni Medal)(USyd), MArch(UPC Barcelona), RAIA Andrew Nimmo, BApplSc(BE)(QUT), BArch(Hons) (Qld), RAIA Mary-Lynne Taylor, BA, LLB(USyd) ADJUNCT ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS Nathan Groenhout, BMechEng(UNSW), PhD(Eng)(UNSW) Harvey Sanders, MSc(Reading), MPhil(Lond), FRAPI, MRTPI, ARICS ADJUNCT SENIOR LECTURER Petra Gemeinboeck, MSc(Arch&UrbPlan) (Stuttgart), MFA, UIC, PhD(TU Vienna) ADJUNCT LECTURER Damien Butler, BVisArt(SCA) HONORARY PROFESSORS Mary Lou Maher, BS(Col), MS, PhD(CarnegieMellon) HONORARY ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS Fergus Fricke, BE(Melb), PhD(Monash), DipME (Swinburne Tech Coll), MAAS, MASA, MNZAS John P. Lea, MA(Camb), PhD(Witw), DScArch, DipTP(Cent Lond Poly), MRTPI, MRAPI, MIEnvSci Terrence Purcell, PhD(Macq), BA Peter R. Smith, MArch, PhD(USyd), FRAIA HONORARY ASSOCIATES & LECTURERS Kimberly Everett, BLibStud, MUrbPlanning(US) Samuel Ferguson, BMus, MDesSc(Hons), PhD(USyd) Bruce S. A. Forwood, BArch(USyd) Jennifer Gamble, BE(Melb), MEd(Deakin), BScArch(Hons)(USyd), PhD(Arch)(USyd) Colin L. James, AM, MArch(Harv), DipTCP(USyd), ASTC(Arch), RAIA, RAPI Jin Yeong Jeon, BScArchEng(Hanjang), MBdgSc, PhD(USyd) Alan Obrart, BSc, MMechEng, MBldingSurvg(UTS) Zena OConnor, BBus(UTS), MDes(UTS), PhD(USyd) PROFESSORS EMERITI Warren Julian, BSc, BE, MSc(Arch), DipBdgSc, PhDUSyd, LFIESANZ, IALD Gary Moore, BArch(Calif), MA, PhD(Clark), ARAPI FAPA Geoffrey P. Webber, MSc(Arch)(Col), BArch, MTCP(USyd), LFRAIA, RAPI, ARIBA Plus a wide array of part time design tutors and lecturers from the local professional community. ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF ACTING FACULTY MANAGER Lynda Rose, BSc, GradDipAdmin, MBA FINANCE OFFICER Ruth Jeffries ASSISTANT TO THE DEAN Sharon Dubos, BArt(VisCom), MTeach(USyd) ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Kim Beecroft, Administration Assistant Nell King, MMktg(Monash), Alumni Relations Officer Susan MacLeod, BA(Hons)(Ravensbourne), Publications Officer Jennifer Nicholls, BSc(Hons1)(Flinders), GDipOrnith(CSU), MAppSc(SIS)(USyd), PhD(Durham), Project Officer Oni Oost, DipRec, Executive Support Officer Suzanne Roberts, Administration Assistant Jennifer Ryan, BA(Hons)(Macq), Research & Research Training Support Officer Ailsa Smeaton, BEd(Hons), Executive Support Officer ARCHITECTURAL & TECHNICAL SERVICES CENTRE * Lakavos Amperidis, Technical and Admin Officer Linda Feinberg, BA(USyd), Technical Officer Leslie George, BTech(Karala), Faculty & IT Liaison Mgr and Deputy ATSC Mgr Ken Stewart, MDesSc(Audio&Acoustics)(USyd), Senior Technical Officer Matt Storey, MDesSc(USyd), Acting Manager Marjo Niemela, BDesSci/Arch(UC), Technical Officer

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ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF (continued) COMMUNICATIONS AND ENGAGEMENT OFFICE John Elliott, BAppSci(Information)(UTS), MBus(Marketing)(USyd), Manager Jonathan Hulme, BA(Lit)(JCU), Communication and Engagement Officer * Nikash Singh, BDesComp(Hons)(USyd), Web Support TIN SHEDS GALLERY Jan Fieldsend, Head Art Workshops Anita Lever, MArtAdmin(UNSW), Manager/Acting Director STUDENT ADMINISTRATION CENTRE Matthew Charet, BA(Hons), MPhil, Student Services Manager Jo Maylon, DipBusAd(SIT), Team Leader Simon Brown, Education Support Officer Penny Andreou, Research Training Support Officer Viena Phanekham, Administrative Assistant ALUMNI ASSOCIATION Michael Neustein, BArch(USyd), LFRAIA, President (* refers to fractional staff)

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Bachelor of Design in Architecture Course Structure
Study area Design Studios Semester 1 BDES1010 Studio 101 6 credit points BDES1011 Architectural History Theory 1 6 credit points BDES1023 Architectural Technologies 1 6 credit points BDES1024 Art Workshop 1 6 credit points BDES1012 Architectural Communications 1 6 credit points Elective 6 credit points Elective 6 credit points BDES2024 Art Workshop 2 6 credit points BDES2012 Architectural Communications 2 6 credit points Elective 6 credit points Elective 6 credit points BDES3012 Architectural Communications 3 6 credit points Elective 6 credit points BDES3025** Professional Practice 6 credit points Year 1 Semester 2 BDES1020 Studio 102 6 credit points Semester 3 BDES2010 Studio 201 6 credit points Year 2 Semester 4 BDES2020 Studio 202 6 credit points BDES2021 Architectural History Theory 2 6 credit points BDES2013 Architectural Technologies 2 6 credit points Semester 5 BDES3010 Studio 301 6 credit points Year 3 Semester 6 BDES3020 Studio 302 6 credit points

Core

History and Theory

BDES3011 Architectural History Theory 3 6 credit points BDES3023 Architectural Technologies 3 6 credit points

Architectural Technology

Art workshops

Communications & Professional Practice

Electives

Elective (up to 18
credit points from other faculties)

Elective 6 credit points

Example Electives

Architectural Sketching and Drawing, Ceramics (Handbuilding), Digital Video, Printmaking, General Drawing, Life Drawing, Object Design, Painting, Photography, Screen Printing on Paper, Sculpture, Public Art, Site Specific Art, Digital Image Design & Representation, Interactive Multimedia Design, 3D Modelling, Urban Design and Planning, Introductory Urban Design and Planning, Planning for the Public Domain, Planning for the Built Environment.

** Candidates wishing to proceed to the Master of Architecture are required to complete these prerequisite units. These may also be used to count towards the Architecture Electives. Total number of credit points required for the degree: 144 (102 Core, 42 Elective)

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Master of Architecture Course Structure


Study area Design Studios Studios 4001, 4002 and 4003 are offered each semester so these can be done in any order History and Theory Year 1 Semester 1 Semester 2 MARC 4001 MARC 4002 Urban Architecture Research Sustainable Architecture Studio Research Studio 12 credit points 12 credit points Semester 3 MARC 4003 Digital Architecture Research Studio 12 credit points Year 2 Semester 4 MARC 5001 Graduation Studio 12 credit points

Core

MARC 4201 Modern Architectural History 6 credit points MARC 4101 Advanced Technologies 1 6 credit points

MARC 4102 Modern Architectural Theory 6 credit points MARC 5101 Advanced Technologies 2 6 credit points MARC 5102 Contract Documentation 6 Credit Points

Architectural Technology

Communications & Professional Practice

Electives

Elective Students can choose electives from any postgraduate program from the Faculty and also from the graduate Art Workshops

Elective 6 credit points

Elective 6 credit points

Elective 6 credit points

Total number of credit points required for the degree: 96 (78 Core, 18 Elective)

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The Bachelor of Environmental Design (Architecture) and the Master of Architecture are available at the Inveresk Campus of the University of Tasmania The School of Architecture & Design is part of the Faculty of Science, Engineering & Technology School of Architecture & Design, 8 Invermay Road, Launceston, TAS 7250 (Locked Bag 1323, Launceston) Tel: 03 6324 4488 Fax: 03 6324 4477 Email: enquiries@arch.utas.edu.au Web: www.arch.utas.edu.au Dean: Professor Margaret Britz, BSci(Hons)(Melbourne), PhD(Microbiology)(Melbourne) Head of School: Professor Stephen Loo, PhD(Sydney), BArch(Hons)(Adelaide), BArchSt(Adelaide), RAIA ASSOCIATE DEGREE IN FURNITURE DESIGN Two years full time BACHELOR OF ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN Three years full time BACHELOR OF ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN WITH HONOURS One year full time BACHELOR OF ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN WITH HONOURS (INTERIOR DESIGN) One year full time GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN TIMBER (PROCESSING AND BUILDING) One year part time MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE/MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE WITH HONOURS (Professional Degree) Two years full time. The MArch and MArch(Hons) are second tier degrees, normally taken immediately after the BEnvDes degree, making five years of full time study in total. On completion of the MArch degree graduates are advised to contact the relevant Architects Board in their jurisdiction for details regarding practical experience eligibility for sitting the registration exam. MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE By research MASTER OF DESIGN By research DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN) Study at doctoral level MINIMUM TIME FOR PROGRAM COMPLETION Five years SCHOOL LEAVER ADMISSION CUT-OFF SCORE FOR 2011 ATAR: 47.5+ ENTRY QUOTA NUMBER FOR SCHOOL LEAVERS N/A YEAR 12 PRE-REQUISITES FOR ADMISSION Standard university admission requirements YEAR 12 ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION Standard university admission requirements TOTAL STUDENTS ENROLLED IN FIRST YEAR OF PROGRAM 2011 (EFTSU) (commencing students) Male Female Total Total 60 65 125 Domestic 45 55 100 Overseas 15 10 25 TOTAL COURSE STUDENT NUMBERS 2011 (including Parts 1 and 2 of course) (EFTSU) Male Female Total Total 250 180 430 Domestic 157 118 275 Overseas 93 62 155 GRADUATIONS 2010 (from professional degree only) Male Female Total Total 28 14 42 Domestic 16 7 23 Overseas 12 7 19 ARTICULATION (from local TAFE courses) Two year Diploma in Architecture-related fields represents the equivalent of one year advanced standing in the Bachelor of Environmental Design. RESEARCH ACTIVITIES Sustainability: the architectural implications History and critical studies Architecture and philosophy Architectural timber technology Learning by making Contemporary urban design RESEARCH ACTIVITIES (continued) Experimental digital design Wilderness and architecture RECOGNITION/ACCREDITATION The Australian Institute of Architects and the Board of Architects of Tasmania currently recognise and accredit the Bachelor of Environmental Design and the Master of Architecture/Master of Architecture with Honours. The Architects Accreditation Council of Australia maintains a listing of all accredited courses in Australia. DISTANCE EDUCATION Distance education in the form of online units of study is offered for the Graduate Certificate in Timber (Processing and Building) only. ARCHITECTURE STAFF HEAD OF SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN AND PROFESSOR OF ARCHITECTURE Stephen Loo, PhD(Sydney), BArch(Hons)(Adelaide), BArchSt(Adelaide), RAIA DEPUTY HEADS OF SCHOOL Catriona McLeod, PhD(QUT), BAppSci(BE)(QUT), BA(FineArts)(Hons)(Qld), Ian Clayton, BArch(Hons)(Qld), BDesSt(Qld) ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR Gregory Nolan, MArch, BArch(Hons)(Syd) PROGRAM DIRECTORS Simon Ancher, BFA(Hons), BEnvDes Kirsty Mt, BArch(UNSW), MDes(UTS) Ceridwen Owen, PhD(Melb), DipArch(Glasgow), BArch(Hons)(Edinburgh), RAIA SENIOR LECTURERS Geoff Clark, BSc(Arch)(Hons)(Syd), BArch(Syd) LECTURERS Justin Beall, BArch(Hons), BEnvDes Richard Burnham, PhD(Liv), BArch Anuradha Chatterjee, PhD(UNSW), MArch(UNSW), DipArch(New Delhi)

STUDENT ACTIVITIES DArch Side (Design & Architecture Students Association) LIBRARY RESOURCES The development of skills in the use of libraries and in finding information is a basic element of tertiary study. To this end, trained library staff are ready to assist students in using the library catalogues and other bibliographic tools. The library collection includes books, periodicals and a variety of other formats. Also available is a wide range of audiovisual equipment including projectors and audio and video tape recorders. In 2011, the School also opened a Reading Room. COMPUTING RESOURCES The School offers a range of computing facilities available for use by students. There are currently 85 computers in the School, made up of 83 dual-core iMacs with at least 2GB of memory, and two Mac Pros with 30-inch displays for more intensive CAD work. Colour and monochrome printing facilities are available. A wide range of software packages is available for word processing, spreadsheets, computer-aided design and building modelling and simulation this includes ArchiCAD, Vectorworks, Adobe Creative Suite, Cinema 4D, Google SketchUp Pro and Rhino. Autodesks Architecture & Engineering Suite will be added to the Schools suite of available packages. WORKSHOP The School has a well-equipped workshop that includes, in addition to conventional tools, a large format computer-aided router and two laser cutters. This equipment allows students to manufacture products for architectural models and small buildings, as well as fine furniture.

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ARCHITECTURE STAFF (continued) LECTURERS (continued) Stuart King, PhD(UniMelb), BArch(Hons)(UQ) Helen Norrie, BDesStud, BArch(Hons) Jacqueline Power, BIntArch(UNSW) Louise Wallis, MDes(UTAS), BBltEnv(ArchSt), BArch(Hons)(QUT), Affiliate RAIA ADJUCT PROFESSORS Brit Andresen, LFRAIA Scott Balmforth, RAIA Adrian Carter Jan Gehl Richard Leplastrier Madeline Lester, LFDIA Alexander Lotersztain Robert Morris-Nunn Peter Poulet, FRAIA Cameron Tonkinwise Leigh Woolley, FRAIA SESSIONAL LECTURERS/TUTORS AND STUDENT DEMONSTATORS Adam Aberle Peter Booth Ilya Brucksch-Domanski Jonathan Buist Ashley Chapman Scott Christensen Joshua Crossin Jordan Davis Christie Denman Mark Dewsbury Eleanor Eade Guy Edwards Gary Fleming Nathan Freeman Martin Green Stephanie Green Richard Hall Nikki Holdsworth Mathew Hinds SESSIONAL LECTURERS/TUTORS AND STUDENT DEMONSTATORS (continued) John-Paul Ibbott Michael Jirku Lynden Jones Teen Onn Law Jason Licht Sarah Lindsay Peng Nicholas Lim Jennifer Lorrimar-Shanks Samuel Nichols Alisdair McPhee Bradley Melvin Chris Morgan Shamus Mulcahy David Parsons Ken Pearson-Smith Joanna Pinkiewicz Matthew Prince William Rhodes Jenna Rowe Jen Smit John Streeter Poppy Taylor Sharon Turner-French Kerry Van den Berg Gillian Vander Schans Elizabeth Walsh Jason Zadow FACULTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER Fiona Taylor SCHOOL EXECUTIVE OFFICER Poppy Fay MARKETING AND ADMINISTRATION OFFICER Jasmine Henkel ASSISTANT TO HEAD OF SCHOOL Celia Lanham ADMINISTRATION ASSISTANT Nicole Dobber TECHNICAL OFFICERS Robin Green John Lillywhite CENTRE FOR SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE WITH WOOD (CSAW) Mauricio Acuna, PhD(Oregon State University), MOpMan(Uni Chile), BFEng(Uni Austral Chile), Research Fellow, CSAW Janice Bowman, Administrative Officer, CSAW Mark Dewsbury, PhD(UTAS), BArch(UTAS), BEnvDes(UTAS), GradCertMgt(UWS), Research Fellow Mohammad Reza Ghaffariyan, PhD(Tehran University), MSc(Forest Engineering), BSc(Forest Engineering), Research Fellow Detlev Geard, FRAIA, current PhD student Michael Lee, Senior Technical Officer, CSAW Phil McLeod, BBuild Construction Management (UNSW), Master of Sustainable Development, Built Environment(UNSW), current PhD student Associate Professor Gregory Nolan, MArch, BArch(Hons)(Syd), Director, CSAW Sabrina Sequeira, current PhD student Jonathan Shanks, PhD, MEng, CEng, MIStructE MIWSc, Research Fellow Stephen Wright, Technical Officer, CSAW

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STUDY AREA COURSE STRUCTURE: Bachelor of Environmental Design (Architecture) Year 1 Semester 1 hr/wk Year 1 Semester 2 hr/wk Year 2 Semester 1 hr/wk Year 2 Semester 2 hr/wk Year 3 Semester 1 hr/wk Year 3 Semester 2 hr/wk
Design Studio 1 History & Theory in Design 1 Building Technology in Design 1 Design Communication 1 4 Design Studio 2 4 History & Theory in Design 2 4 Building Technology in Design 2 4 Design Communication 2 4 Design Studio 3 4 History & Theory in Design 3 4 Building Technology in Design 3 4 Elective 1 4 Design Studio 4 4 History & Theory in Design 4 4 Building Technology in Design 4 4 Elective 2 4 Design Studio 5 4 History & Theory in Design 5 4 Building Technology in Design 5 4 Elective 3 4 Design Studio 6 4 History & Theory In Design 6 4 Building Technology in Design 6 4 Elective 4 4 4

DESIGN STUDIO UNITS

These studio based units investigate a series of architectural design themes through the model of studio teaching with the primary focus on project work. The units explore activities that architects undertake in order to bring together, assess and express the ideas that form the design of architectural-environmental projects: analysis, synthesis, evaluation and communication. A heavy emphasis is placed on environmental and social sustainability, design values and ethics.

DESIGN COMMUNICATION UNITS

The units introduce freehand, measured drawing techniques and practice, CAD, two and three-dimensional drawing conventions, illustration techniques for design presentation, model making and written and verbal presentation skills.

HISTORY & THEORY IN DESIGN UNITS

These units confront issues of design theory emanating from consideration of humanity and the humanly adapted environment. The units also form the context for, and impinge upon or interact with, architecture and design based projects. They deal with the effects of the built/natural environment upon human behaviour, and conversely with built and natural environment as a reflection of human values and behaviour. This stream includes overviews of: western architectural history, 20th Century architectural history, contemporary design theory, Australian architectural history and Asian architecture.

BUILDING TECHNOLOGY IN DESIGN UNITS ELECTIVES

These units involve the study of external and internal environments. They cover the technology of materials, constructional components and process operations needed to build and fabricate a building. These units also include: design and assessment of structural and construction systems; the selection of materials and components; the provision of equipment and services necessary for the functioning of the built object; techniques of control of human factors; physical environment performance; and safety standards mandated by codes and regulations.

Electives are based on staff strengths and reflect the School's specialist skills in landscape architecture, interior design, furniture design, learning by making, community development, computer use in design, experimental digital design, ecologically sustainable architecture and urban design. Students may also take up to two electives from another School in the University, which may include discipline areas such as humanities, art and science.

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STUDY AREA Bachelor of Environmental Design (Architecture) with Honours Year 4 Semester 1
Introduction to Research Design Theory Dissertation A

hr/wk Year 4 Semester 2 hr/wk


4 2 Design Studies 4 Dissertation B 2 4

COURSE STRUCTURE: Master of Architecture Year 4 Semester 1 hr/wk Year 4 Semester 2 hr/wk Year 5 Semester 1
Design Studio 7 Professional Studies Building Technology in Design 7 DESIGN STUDIO UNITS 8 Design Studio 8 4 Design Research Methods 4 Building Technology in Design 8 8 Design Studio 9 4 Professional Project 1 4 Advanced Design Research

hr/wk Year 5 Semester 2


4 Professional Project 2 4 8

COURSE STRUCTURE: Master of Architecture (Hons) hr/wk Year 5 Semester 1 hr/wk Year 5 Semester 2 hr/wk
16 Design Studio 9 Professional Project 1 Advanced Design Research (Honours) 4 Professional Project 2 (Honours) 4 8 16

These studio-based units investigate a series of architectural design themes through the model of studio teaching with the primary focus on project work. The units explore activities that architects undertake in order to bring together, assess and express the ideas that form the design of architectural-environmental projects: analysis, synthesis, evaluation and communication. A heavy emphasis is placed on environmental and social sustainability, design values and ethics.

DESIGN RESEARCH METHODS

This unit involves close critical reading of selected texts concerning design theory, and will cover conventions, methodologies and techniques for undertaking research appropriate to design disciplines. These are drawn from sources ranging from relevant long-standing theoretical traditions in the field, to contemporary theoretical thinking. Emphasis is placed on the relationships between the generation of design ideas and disciplinary and interdisciplinary theoretical positions. The unit will develop positions in relation to design-as-research, and integrated workplace learning. The unit consists of a series of workshops and seminars in which students will become familiar with developing a research proposal, structuring argument, writing for written and oral presentations, examining research methodologies applicable to design practice and the critical framing of responses to a range of positions within writing. The outcome will be the generation of an artefact and written exegesis.

ADVANCED DESIGN RESEARCH

This unit requires students to undertake research that relates to the design disciplines with a focus on the areas of research strength of the School of Architecture & Design (see above). The unit is generally informed by the Research Policy of the Australian Institute of Architects and its associated documents. This is a double weighted unit (25%) because it also offers elective possibilities, including projects with the School student office in association with the Launceston Assistance and Research Centre (LARC), Centre for Sustainable Architecture with Wood (CSAW), current research projects in the School undertaken by staff, and other high level modes of research which may or may not be practice led. Students will participate in research seminars, featuring leading designers and design researchers. Research seminars address issues in design research methods and issues, current debate on the state of design research and design-asresearch, applied design research in the context of practice, the use of traditional and electronic research resources, and innovative, design-based methods of project documentation. The aim of this unit is to develop sound design research skills in students to assist them to develop valid research projects, which have application in practice.

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STUDY AREA
ADVANCED DESIGN RESEARCH (HONOURS) Master of Architecture (continued) This unit requires students to undertake research that relates to the design disciplines with a focus on the areas of research strength of the School of Architecture & Design (see above). The unit is generally informed by the Research Policy of the Australian Institute of Architects and its associated documents. This is a double weighted unit (25%) because it also offers elective possibilities, including projects with the School student office in association with LARC, CSAW, current research projects in the School undertaken by staff, and other high level modes of research which may or may not be practice led. This unit builds on and applies the research skills acquired in KDA722 Design Research Methods, and students are expected to be self-motivated in terms of structuring their research timetable, supervisors and activities. Students will have the opportunity to explore in depth, the research commenced in KDA722 Design Research Methods, with the means by which to apply it in a range of practice-led situations. The outcome will be a technical report, exegesis, traditional thesis, drawings or art/design works, or a combination of these formats. Students will participate in research seminars, featuring leading designers and design researchers. Research seminars address issues in design research methods and issues, current debate on the state of design research and design-as-research, applied design research in the context of practice, the use of traditional and electronic research resources, and innovative, design-based methods of project documentation. The aim of this unit is to develop sound design research skills in students to assist them to develop valid research projects, which have application in practice. In this unit, students will commence an Honours thesis on a specialised topic, and complete it in KDA804 Professional Project 2 (Honours) in Semester 2. Students will work with the Honours coordinator and their research supervisors to produce a project synopsis, an annotated bibliography, a literature review (2,500 words), a table of contents and one section of their thesis (whether written or equivalent design as research drawings, quantitative report or artefact/exegesis, for example). Research tasks are undertaken in conjunction with a series of seminars and symposia. The final thesis, produced in KDA804 Professional Project 2 (Honours), will be 7,500 words or the equivalent in the form of drawings, text, a scientific report or built object with approval from the Honours coordinator. In addition to the seminars dedicated to this unit, students are expected to attend the School's research seminars.

BUILDING TECHNOLOGY IN DESIGN UNITS PROFESSIONAL STUDIES

These units involve the study of external and internal environments. They cover the technology of materials, constructional components and process operations needed to build and fabricate a building. These units also include: design and assessment of structural and construction systems; the selection of materials and components; the provision of equipment and services necessary for the functioning of the built object; techniques of control of human factors; physical environment performance; and safety standards mandated by codes and regulations.

This unit encompasses activities administered by institutions of our community essential to the conduct of a professional architect. Architectural practice relates to the organisation, management and documentation of the process of building. The unit covers architectural practice, management studies and finance.

PROFESSIONAL PROJECT 1 & 2 PROFESSIONAL PROJECT 2 (HONOURS)

These units are based on research in the medium of design method in which students develop a well-articulated design ethos.

This is the final unit and culmination of the MArch program, requiring students to develop their selected design project from site analysis and initial concept, through preliminary design, design development and preliminary constructional design stages, to final presentation. The major architectural studio project in this unit will develop students' ability to program and manage a semester-long project, to present their work in a professional manner and to articulate clearly the rationale behind the sequence of decisions that have led to the final design proposal. The aim of the unit is for the student to demonstrate the skills, knowledge and understanding needed in the design of a major project and to demonstrate these at a level appropriate to a student at the end of five years of study in architecture as described by the Australian Institute of Architects Education Policy and the relevant Architects Accreditation Council of Australia (AACA) competencies. In addition, students will produce an Honours thesis on a specialised topic, continuing their work from the research tasks undertaken in KDA762 Advanced Design Research (Honours). In this unit students will work with their supervisors to produce a final thesis, 7,500 words or the equivalent in the form of drawings, text, a scientific report or built object with approval from the Honours coordinator. Research tasks are undertaken in conjunction with a series of seminars and symposia. In addition to the seminars dedicated to this unit, students are expected to attend the School's research seminars.

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Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building, 702-703 Harris Street, Ultimo NSW 2007 (PO Box 123, Broadway NSW 2007) Tel: (02) 9514 8024 Fax: (02) 9514 8787 Email: info@utsarchitecture.net Web: www.utsarchitecture.net/ Head of School: Anthony Burke, MS(AAD)(Columbia), BArch(Hons)(UNSW), Affiliate RAIA Email: Anthony.Burke@uts.edu.au Dean of Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building: Professor Desley Luscombe, PhD(UNSW), MArch(UNSW), BArch(Hons)(UNSW), BSc(Arch)(UNSW), FRAIA BACHELOR OF DESIGN IN ARCHITECTURE Three years full time course with part time option after the first year. MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE Two years full time or part time equivalent course after completion of Bachelor of Design in Architecture. MINIMUM TIME FOR PROGRAM COMPLETION 5 years SCHOOL LEAVER ADMISSION CUT-OFF SCORE FOR 2011 ATAR: 93.15 ENTRY QUOTA NUMBER FOR SCHOOL LEAVERS Not available. YEAR 12 PRE-REQUISITES FOR ADMISSION There are no pre-requisites. YEAR 12 ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION A background in art or design is desirable. Bonus points are given for HSC subjects: 15080 Design and Technology, and 15400 Visual Arts. TOTAL STUDENTS ENROLLED IN FIRST YEAR OF PROGRAM 2011 (EFTSU) Male Female Total Total 71.9 66.7 138.6 Domestic 54.4 54.1 108.5 Overseas 17.5 12.6 30.1 TOTAL COURSE STUDENT NUMBERS 2011 (including Parts 1 and 2 of course) (EFTSU) Male Female Total Total 266.3 211.8 478.1 Domestic 191 167.5 358.5 Overseas 75.3 44.3 119.6 GRADUATIONS 2010 (from professional degree only) Male Female Total Total 42 13 55 Domestic 35 10 45 Overseas 7 3 10 ARTICULATION (from local TAFE courses) NSW TAFE Architectural Technology diplomates (credit or better) generally receive 48 credit points of exemptions, comprised of some first and some second year subjects. RESEARCH ACTIVITIES Architectural criticism, theory and history, environmental sustainability, urban studies, design technique, digital architecture. FACILITIES AND STAFF The Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building is housed within a purpose built 7-storey building in the City campus of UTS with two independent galleries and cafe. The School of Architecture has dedicated studios. The teaching staff in Architecture have a broad range of experience and expertise and coteach with industry professionals. LIBRARY RESOURCES The University's City Campus library contains materials on architecture, construction, design and the built environment. The collection includes monographs, periodicals, theses, and audiovisual materials, with access to electronic databases and Internet resources. COMPUTING RESOURCES The Faculty's micro-computing laboratories comprise 180 shared stations each with Macintosh and Windows. There are additional high-end computers in the Architecture laboratories, and facilities for scanning as well as laser and colour printing. The Faculty also houses the Universitys Digital Image Centre providing a large-format printing service. Among approximately 100 applications provided are a wide range of CAD and CAM packages including ArchiCAD, AutoCAD, Vectorworks, 3D Studio Max, Maya, Rhino and Sketch Up, specialised technical software including Ecotect and Multiframe, the full range of Adobe software, a range of digital capture and authoring software such as Premiere and Final Cut Pro, as well as the standard word processing, spreadsheet and database applications. OTHER RESOURCES Building and industrial design workshops, video and photographic equipment and darkroom facilities. The Faculty has laser cutters, 3D laser scanner and rapid prototypers. The architecture studios are wireless, have workspace for model making and digital projection. DISTANCE EDUCATION Distance education courses not offered. RECOGNITION/ACCREDITATION The Australian Institute of Architects and the NSW Architects Accreditation Board currently recognise and accredit this course. The Architects Accreditation Council of Australia maintains a listing of all accredited courses in Australia. GRADUATE PROGRAMS Graduate Certificate in Architecture Graduate Diploma in Architecture Master of Advanced Architecture in Design Technologies or Urban Design ARCHITECTURE FULL TIME STAFF HEAD OF SCHOOL Anthony Burke, MS(AAD)(Columbia), BArch(Hons)(UNSW), Affiliate RAIA ASSOCIATE HEAD OF SCHOOL Kirsten Orr, PhD(UNSW), BArch(Hons)(UTS), RAIA PROFESSOR OF PRACTICE, ARCHITECTURE Gerard Reinmuth, BA(EnvDes)(UTAS) BArch(Hons1)(Syd), RAIA ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS Steve Harfield, BArch(Hons), MArchSt(Adel) Anthony Burke, MS(AAD)(Columbia), BArch(Hons)(UNSW), Affiliate RAIA SENIOR LECTURERS Kirsten Orr, PhD(UNSW), BArch(Hons)(UTS), RAIA Leena Thomas, BArch(Bangalor), MArch(Research)(UNSW) SENIOR LECTURERS (continued) Joanne Jakovich, BArch(UWA), MArch(Tokyo Uni) Juliet Landler, BSc(Duke), MScMArch(UC Berkeley) Tarsha Finney, BArch(Hons)(UNSW), MA(Dist), AALondon Dave Pigram, BAppSciEnvDes, BArch, MS Advanced Arch Design LECTURERS Gavin Perin, BArch(AppEnvDes), BArch(Canberra) Sandra Loschke, BSc(Hons)(UCL) Frank Minnaert, DPLGArch(France), BArtHis(France) PART TIME STAFF LECTURERS Benjamin Coorey, BDes(USyd), BArch(USyd), MDA(UTS) HONORARY STAFF AND VISITING LECTURERS ADJUNCT PROFESSORS Dale Jones-Evans, BArch(RMIT), RAIA Chris Bosse, DiplIng(FH), DiplIng(TU) Dan Mackenzie, BEng(Hons)(Northumbria) Craig Allchin, BArch(UMelb) Dan Hill, BSc(CompSci)(UH), MA Urban Sociology(MMU)(UK) Randolph Griffiths, BA(USyd), BArch(UNSW) William Feuerman, BArch(San Fran), MS (AAD)(Columbia), Melonie Bayl-Smith, BSc(Arch), BArch(HonsII) (UoN), RAIA VISITING SCHOLARS (2011) Elena Vanz, IUAV(Italy), MS(Columbia) VISTING LECTURERS (2011) Sam Jacoby, Architectural Association (AA) Ezio Blasetti, MS(Columbia), Ahylo Studio Roland Snooks, BArch (Hons)(RMIT), Kokkugia

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University of Technology, Sydney Course Structure


Bachelor of Design in Architecture
LEVEL ONE Total: 48 credit points Architectural Design: Forming Architectural History and Theory: Orientations Architecture, Culture and the Environment Architectural Design Architectural Communications Architectural Design Architectural Communications 2

Architectural Design: Making

History and Theory: Modernism and Modernity

Introduction to Construction and Structural Synthesis

LEVEL TWO Total: 48 credit points

Architectural Design: Strategy

Architectural History and Theory: Urbanism and the City

Architectural Structure and Construction Electives

Architectural Design: Performance

Architectural History and Theory: Critique

Thermal Design and Environmental Control

LEVEL THREE Total: 48 credit points

Architectural Design: Field

Lighting, Acoustics and Advanced Environmental Control

Advanced Architectural Construction

In levels two and three, Bachelor of Design (Architecture) students choose four electives. These may be chosen from undergraduate subjects offered by the School, or the Faculty of DAB, or any other Faculty in the University.

Architectural Design: Integration

Architectural History and Theory: Current Events and Debates

Integrated Services

Master of Architecture
Architectural Design (4 of 13 selectives) 12 credit points each LEVEL FOUR & FIVE Total: 96 credit points Selectives Environmental Sustainability Environmental Performance Computational Environments Computational Media Fabrication Technologies Material Technologies Disciplinary Transformations Social Transformations Urban Interventions Urban Projections Global Field Studio Activism Studio Competition Studio Architectural Practice: Finance and Project Management Electives Architectural Practice: The Profession In the Master of Architecture students choose four electives from coursework Masters subjects offered by the School, or the Faculty of DAB, or any other Faculty in the University.

Architectural Practice: The City

Architectural Practice: Media and Marketing

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3 years full time or part time equivalent 144 credit points

Architectural Design: Forming

Architectural Communications 1

Architectural History and Theory: Orientations

Architecture, Culture and the Environment

Architectural Design: Making

Architectural Communications 2

Architectural History and Theory: Modernism and Modernity

Introduction to Construction and Structural Synthesis

Architectural Design: Strategy

Elective

Architectural History and Theory: Urbanism and the City

Architecture Structure and Construction

Architectural Design: Performance

Elective

Architectural History and Theory: Critique

Thermal Design and Environmental Control

Architectural Design: Field

Elective

Lighting Acoustics and Advanced Environmental Control

Advanced Architectural Construction

Architectural Design: Integration

Elective

Architectural History and Theory: Current Events and Debates

Integrated Services

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2 years full time or part time equivalent
Architecture Design Options (12CP) Select 48cp from the following: Architectural Design Environmental Sustainability Environmental Performance Computational Environments Computational Media Fabrication Technologies Material Technologies Disciplinary Transformations Social Transformations Urban Interventions Urban Projections Global Field Studio Activism Studio Competition Studio Architectural Design (1 of 13 selectives) Architectural Practice: The Profession Elective Advanced 3D Computer Animation Graphic Visualization Architectural Design (1 of 13 selectives) Sustainable Development Architectural Practice: Finance and Project Management Conservation and Heritage Elective Urban Analysis Architectural Design (1 of 13 selectives) Architectural Practice: Media and Marketing Digital Theory Elective Reading and Writing Architectural Criticism (1 of 13 selectives) Architectural Practice: The City Elective

96 credit points
Architecture Design Elective Options (6cp) Select 24 cp from the following: Modern Western Aesthetics Architectural Communications: Advanced Modelling Software

Project Management Principles

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THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA


Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts, 35 Stirling Highway, Crawley WA 6009 Tel: (08) 6488 2582 Email: alva.admin@uwa.edu.au Web: www.alva.uwa.edu.au Enquiries: www.uwa.edu.au/askuwa Dean, Head of School: Winthrop Professor Simon Anderson, BArch(Syd), BSc, BA(WAust), FRAIA BACHELOR OF DESIGN/MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE (COURSEWORK) BDes: 3 years. This course is a pre-requisite for the Master of Architecture (Coursework) course and students must complete majors in Architecture and Integrated Design with a course weighted average of at least 60% to meet admission requirements. MArch: 2 years MINIMUM TIME FOR PROGRAM COMPLETION 5 years full time SCHOOL LEAVER ADMISSION CUT-OFF SCORE FOR 2011: TER 80.0 ENTRY QUOTA NUMBER FOR SCHOOL LEAVERS No quota YEAR 12 PRE-REQUISITES FOR ADMISSION None YEAR 12 ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION TEE English/English Literature. TOTAL STUDENTS ENROLLED IN FIRST YEAR OF PROGRAM 2011 (EFTSL) Male Female Total Total 114.9 98.5 213.4 Domestic 102.4 82.2 184.6 Overseas 12.5 16.3 28.8 TOTAL COURSE STUDENT NUMBERS 2011 (including Parts 1 and 2 of course) (EFTSL) Male Female Total Total 342.1 337.9 680 Domestic 273.3 279.3 552.6 Overseas 68.8 58.6 127.4 GRADUATIONS 2010 (from professional degree only) Male Female Total Total 31 36 67 Domestic 25 29 54 Overseas 6 7 13 ARTICULATION (from local TAFE courses) Successful applicants who have completed a Diploma of Building Design and Technology at Central Institute of Technology (formerly Central TAFE) can receive up to 48 credit points of advanced standing in the Bachelor of Design (with majors in Architecture and Integrated Design). All other TAFE programs are assessed on a case by case basis and the Manager, Student Office of the Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts determines these credit allocations. RESEARCH ACTIVITIES Design, history, theory of architecture, architectural education, computer application, thermal performance of buildings, ventilators, room acoustics, low energy buildings, building construction and 'buildability', urban design, furniture design, medium density housing, housing co-operatives. LIBRARY RESOURCES The Education, Architecture and Fine Arts library houses approximately 30,000 titles plus audiovisuals, periodicals, access to a variety of electronic databases, an extensive in-house slide collection, electronic repository of images and a trade literature resource area. COMPUTING RESOURCES Hardware: Windows 2008 based Dell Servers, Dedicated 16 node render farm, Windows 7 based Dell Precision Workstation General Computing Laboratory, Macintosh video editing suite comprising iMac desktop computers, PC/Macintosh gigabit network for staff and students, network printing to 2 Colour Plotters, A3 & A4 Colour laser printers, A3 network scanning. Digital video and still camera facilities. Rapid prototyping facilities: 2 Laser Cutter/Engravers, CNC Router, 3D Printer. Software: AutoCAD, Revit, 3Ds Max, Rhino 3D, Multiframe, Adobe Creative Suite, Premiere Pro, ArcGIS, MS Office and other utility applications. OTHER RESOURCES Digital video-editing suite, mobile computer/video to TV teaching resource, 35mm SLR cameras, SVHS video cameras, mobile lighting kit. Acoustics, materials and lighting laboratories with substantial equipment.

Fax: (08) 6488 1082

OTHER RESOURCES (continued) Fully equipped student workshops for steel, wood and other media along with a gallery and curatorial space for hosting in-house, regional and international travelling exhibitions. DISTANCE EDUCATION Not available RECOGNITION/ACCREDITATION The Australian Institute of Architects and the Architects Board of Western Australia currently recognise and accredit the BDes/MArch. The Architects Accreditation Council of Australia maintains a listing of all accredited courses in Australia. RESEARCH CENTRES Advanced Timber Concepts Research Centre The Australian Urban Design Research Centre (formerly the Urban Design Centre of Western Australia) FULL TIME STAFF HEAD AND DEAN of Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts: Winthrop Professor S. S. Anderson, BArch(Syd), BSc, BA(WAust), FRAIA WINTHROP PROFESSORS G. L. London, BArch(WAust), BA(FineArts), GradDipArt&Design(WAIT), GradDipAA(Hist & Th)(AAGS Lond), LFRAIA R. E. E. Read, BA(Cantab), MA, PhD(Rdg) W. M. Taylor, BArch(Louisiana), GradDipAA(Hist &Th)(AAGS Lond), PhD(WAust) PROFESSORS Clarissa M. Ball, BA(WAust), BEd(Mt Lawley TC), PhD(WAust) ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS J. H. Bay, PhD(Delft) W. Busfield, AADip(AALond), RIBA K. J. Hislop, BArch, MPhil(WAust), RAIA

ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS (continued) I. McDonald, AssocArch(WAIT) P. E. Mudie, DipVisArts(Alberta Coll of Art), MFA(Tas), PhD(WAust) G. Revell, BA(Plng)(SAust), MLArch(Melb), AILA, PIA E. Roia, BArch(La Sapienza Rome) C. Vernon, BSc(Ball State), MLArch(Ill) N. B. Westbrook, BArch(RMIT), AADip(AALond), MArch(RMIT) ASSISTANT PROFESSORS D. Jorgensen,BA(UTas), PhD(WAust) D. J. Juengling, BArch(Hons)(WAust), RAIA S. Meurer, BA, MA, PhD(Lond) J. Officer, BArch(Hons)(WAust), RAIA C. R. Sack, MLArch(Iowa State) P. Trinidad, BAFineArt(WAIT), MA(Visual Arts)(Curtin) L. Syminton, BArch(WAust) R. van Meeuwen, BArch(Hons)(RMIT) SENIOR LECTURERS C. W. N. Mann, BArch(Liv), MA(Hist&Th)(Essex) P. De Villiers, BArch(Cape Town), GradDipAA (AAGS Lond), GradDipURP(WAIT), RIBA, RAPI LECTURERS P. Goldswain, BArch(WAust) R. Goonewardene, BArch(WAust) S. Giles, BArch(Hons)(WAust), RAIA A. Quagliola, BArch(La Sapienza Rome) J. Tarry, DipFineArts(Claremont School of Arts), BFA(Curtin), MArch(RMIT) M. Vittino, BE(Civil), BArch(WAust), RAIA L. J. Wilson, BA, PhD(WAust) RESEARCH CENTRE DIRECTORS Advanced Timber Concepts Research Centre P. Beale, AADip(AALond), RAIA The Australian Urban Design Research Centre R. J. Weller, BA(LArch)(NSW), MA(LArch)(RMIT)

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PART TIME AND SESSIONAL STAFF C. Acton, BEnvDes, MArch(WAust) S. Aditya, BArch(Hons)(WAust) J. A. Alessandrini, BA(Art)(Curtin) R. Andary, BArch(UniAdel), RAIA C. J. Barrett, BEnvDes, BArch(Hons)(WAust) M. Crawford, BArch(Hons)(WAust), RAIA D. Cuthbert, BSc(WAust), BDes(Arch)(USyd) R. Diggins, BEnvDes, MArch(WAust) J. Flynn, BLArch(Hons)(WAust) P. Ford, BEnvDes, BArch(WAust) G. Grabasch, BA(AppSc), BLArch B. House, BLArch(Hons)(WAust) P. Hubble, BArch(WAust), RAIA A. Iskenderian, BArch(Hons)(WAust) A. Katsimbardis, BArch(Hons)(WAust) A. Lilleyman, BEnvDes, BArch(Hons)(WAust) T. Morgan, BEnvDes, MArch(WAust) H. Mulder, BEnvDes, MArch(WAust) S. Norouzy, BEnvDes, BArch(Hons), MBA(WAust) S. Padgett, BLArch(WAust) P. Stafford, BA, PhD(WAust) K. Sloss, BEnvDes, MArch(WAust) J. K. Sobott, BA(Hons)(WAust) S. Stace, BEnvDes, BArch(WAust) M. Stack, BEnvDes, BArch(WAust) N. Steele, BEnvDes, BArch(WAust) P. Wakelam, BAppSc(Curtin), BArch(WAust) K. Yeung, BEnvDes, MArch(WAust) HONORARY STAFF RESEARCH FELLOWS C. Rudyard, BFA, GradDipArt&Design, AssocDipA WAIT I. van Bremen, BArch, PhD(WAust), RAIA ADJUNCT PROFESSORS A. Blackwell, BAppSc(LandDes)(Canberra), FAILA C. Burton, BArch(UNSW), GradDip(LandDesign), CertHort, MA(FineArts)(Syd), GradDip(EnvStudies) Macquarie, FAILA, RAIA S. Carboni, BA, MA(Venice), PhD(Lond) R. Hassell, BArch(WAust), MArch(RMIT), RIBA, RAIA, SIA K. Hill, BArch, DArch(WAust), LFRAIA, MSIA

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The University of Western Australia Course Structure


STUDY AREA COURSE STRUCTURE: Bachelor of Design (majoring in Architecture and Integrated Design) Level 1 Semester 1 Level 1 Semester 2 Level 2 Semester 1
1 HISTORY/ THEORY 1 TECHNOLOGY/ STRUCTURES 1 1 1 1 1

Level 2 Semester 2
1

Level 3 Semester 1
2

Level 3 Semester 2
3

DESIGN

COMPUTING SCIENCE BROADENING UNITS

The diagram shows the unit structure of the Bachelor of Design (majoring in Architecture and Integrated Design) and Master of Architecture and illustrates the level and stream coordination of the course. Numbers in boxes refer to the number of semester units taken in a stream of study for that level. Typically, a student in the Bachelor of Design will undertake four units of study per semester and students in the Master of Architecture course will undertake three units of study per semester, including a unit of design.

STUDY AREA

COURSE STRUCTURE: Master of Architecture (Coursework) Level 4 Semester 1 Level 4 Semester 2


1 1

Level 5 Semester 1
1

Level 5 Semester 2
1

DESIGN STUDIOS

TECHNOLOGY/ STRUCTURES RESEARCH SEMINARS/ PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE OPTION UNITS

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THE UNIVERSITY OF AUCKLAND


School of Architecture and Planning, National Institute of Creative Arts and Industries, Private Bag 92019, Auckland 1142, New Zealand Email: archplan.assistant@auckland.ac.nz Web: www.creative.auckland.ac.nz Head of School: Associate Professor Sarah Treadwell, BArch, PhD, NZIA Deputy Head of School Professional Programs Architecture: Associate Professor Uwe Rieger, Dipl-IngArch(TU-Berlin) Associate Head Design: Kathy Waghorn BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURAL STUDIES (BAS) An accredited three year, full time course in architecture. MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE PROFESSIONAL (MArch(Prof)) A two year, full time program leading to professional registration. OTHER POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMS PGDipArch MArch MArch in Sustainable Design MUrbDes PhD MINIMUM TIME FOR PROGRAM COMPLETION Undergraduate: BAS 3 years, Postgraduate: MArch(Prof) 2 years SCHOOL LEAVER ADMISSION CUT-OFF SCORE FOR PRESENT YEAR New Zealand system of admission applies ENTRY QUOTA NUMBER FOR SCHOOL LEAVERS Limited entry to 1st year of 115 YEAR 12 PRE-REQUISITES FOR ADMISSION N/A YEAR 12 ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE N/A REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION There is a limited entry into the BAS degree, and selection takes place once a year. Selection is based on a combination of academic performance at school or in University or other tertiary level examinations, a portfolio of drawings and a written statement. The portfolio must achieve a minimum standard for the application to receive further consideration. No application will be considered without a portfolio. The portfolios will be graded by the academic staff. The overall ranking will be 75% academic qualifications and 25% portfolio. TOTAL STUDENTS ENROLLED IN FIRST YEAR OF PROGRAM 2011 (EFTSU) Male Female Total Total 41.25 40.87 82.12 Domestic 36.50 37.83 74.33 International 4.75 3.04 7.79 TOTAL COURSE STUDENT NUMBERS 2011 (including Parts 1 and 2 of course) (EFTSU) Male Female Total Total 228.34 294.85 523.19 Domestic 206.26 265.27 471.53 International 22.08 29.58 51.66 GRADUATIONS 2010 (from professional degree only MArch(Prof)) Male Female Total Total 72 79 151 Domestic 69 72 141 International 3 7 10 ARTICULATION (from local TAFE courses) Not applicable RECOGNITION/ACCREDITATION MArch(Prof) has Commonwealth Association of Architects (CAA), New Zealand Institute of Architects (NZIA) and New Zealand Registered Architects Board (NZRAB) validation until December 2016. RESEARCH ACTIVITIES Areas of research focus include Architectural History and Theory, Pacific Architecture, Urban Design and Settlement History, Sustainable Design, Acoustics, Light Timber Construction, Sustainable Design, Digital Design and Visualisation, Responsive Architectural Systems and Architectural Education. COMPUTING RESOURCES Design Studios: 180 Windows based computers in studios available 7.30am 11pm weekdays and 9am 6pm weekends with proximity card access during teaching semesters. Student/computer ratios are approximately 1:4 for BAS and 1:2 for MArch(Prof).

Tel: (NZ +64) 9 373 7599 (ext 88134)

Fax: (NZ +64) 9 373 7694

COMPUTING RESOURCES (continued) Graduate Studios: These are a computing and working resource for graduates in the School of Architecture and Planning, Windows and Macintosh platforms. PhD Facilities and amenities: PhD candidates are guaranteed a desk and access to a computer. At present the School has been able to provide either a single or shared room with a dedicated computer. Studio software: MSOffice, ArchiCAD, AutoCAD, Revit, SketchUp, 3D Studio Max, Rhinoceros, MicroStation, Generative Components, Adobe Creative Suite, QuickTime, ECOTECT, Insul, ALF, Sunrel, TAS, along with more specialised software from a flexible pool available on request. Peripherals: Colour printing and photocopying, large format printing, scanning up to A1 in size, video capture/playback, CD/DVD writing, sound editing and other multimedia processing functions. General Computer Labs available during the above times using proximity card access out of normal working hours of Mon Fri 9am 6pm. Teaching Labs: Two separate labs specifically for tutorial type sessions, both have Dual-Boot machines running both Macintosh and Windows operating systems on each machine. Internet Access: Internet access is available to all students from all University of Auckland systems. Wifi access is available for students with their own computers. All systems are networked and have access to local information services including the library, faculty training and support systems, etc. Architecture www site: www.creative.auckland.ac.nz/

LIBRARY RESOURCES The Architecture Library is one of the divisional Libraries in the University of Auckland Library system. The homepage for the Architecture Library can be found at: www.library.auckland.ac.nz/subjects/arc/archome. htm The catalogue for the Architecture Library is contained within the University Library catalogue: voyager.auckland.ac.nz/ A full range of Architecture databases are subscribed to and are available via the library website. The collection consists of 49,000 monographs, 1564 serial titles, along with an extensive pre-1920 rare books collection, biographical information on New Zealand architects, Measured Drawings, photographs, DVDs and trade catalogues. A collection of original and copied architectural drawings and associated materials are housed in the Architecture Archive. These may be searched on www.architecture-archive.auckland.ac.nz/ Full time staff of 7 provide service and support the collections, and the information needs and requirements of the academic staff, students and researchers. OTHER RESOURCES Sophisticated acoustics laboratories with three reverberation chambers and a large anechoic chamber; woodworking shop; metal working shop; digital fabrication equipment; a design theatre for multi-image, multi-media presentations. The School also has a multipurpose crit/exhibition/teaching space which is fitted out with four computer/projection set-ups. DISTANCE EDUCATION Not offered.

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ARCHITECTURE STAFF HEAD OF SCHOOL Sarah Treadwell, BArch, PhD(Auck), NZIA SCHOOL MANAGER Catherine Hollis, BBus, DipBusAdmin(Manukau IT) PROFESSORS Andrew Barrie, MArch(Auck), DEng(Tokyo) Errol J. Haarhoff, BArch, PhD(Natal), MSc(Urban Design)(H-W), SAIA, NZIA John Hunt, CNZM, BArch(NZ), PhD, FNZIA Janis Birkeland, PhD(UTS), Juris Doctor, MArch(California), BA(Fine Arts)(Vermont) ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS Uwe Rieger, Dipl-IngArch(TU-Berlin) Sarah Treadwell, BArch, PhD(Auck), NZIA Michael Gunder, MA(BrCol), PhD, MCIP, FNZPI, MPIA SENIOR LECTURERS Elizabeth Aitken Rose, BA(Well), MTP, MNZPI Patricia M. Austin, BSc(Sus), BPhil(Newcastle UK) Deidre Brown, MArch, PhD Hugh Byrd, BA(Hons), DipArch(Birm), PhD, NZIA, RIBA John B. Chapman, BE, DipEd(Auck), MIPENZ George Dodd, BSc(Reading), MSc, PhD, DipAud(S'ton), FNZAS Michael J. Davis, MArch(AALond), BArch(Auck), ANZIA Julia Gatley, MArch(Well), PhD(Melb) Kai Gu, BArch(Zhengzhou), MArch(South China Univ Technol), PhD(Wat) Ross Jenner, BA(Hons)(Otago), MSc, PhD(Penn), BArch Michael P. T. Linzey, BE(Cant), PhD(Melb), ME Manfredo Manfredini, MSc, PhD(Milan Tech) William McKay, BArch(Hons)(Auck) P. Michael Milojevic, BArch(Tor), MArch(ILL) LECTURERS Derek R. Kawiti, BArch(Hons) MArch(AALond) Paola M. Leardini, MArch, PhD(Politecnico Milano) Dermott McMeel, BSc, BArch, PhD(Edin) Jeremy Treadwell, BA, MArch Kathy Waghorn, BFA, BArch(Hons)(Auck) SENIOR TUTORS Judy Cockeram, MArch(Auck) Emilia Kabzamalova, DipArch(Sofia), MPlanPrac

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The University of Auckland Program Structure


SUBJECT AREA PROGRAM STRUCTURE: Bachelor of Architectural Studies (3 years, 360 points) Year I
STUDIO BASED DESIGN ARCHITECTURAL MEDIA 10 core points 10 core points 10 elective points 40 core points

MArch(Prof) (2 years, 240 points) Year III


60 core points

Year II
60 core points

Year I
60 core points

Year II
120 point thesis

GENERAL

10 core points

HISTORY & THEORY PROFESSIONAL STUDIES ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY GENERAL EDUCATION

15 core points

20 core points

20 core points

30 core points

25 core points

30 core points

20 core points

30 points

SEMINARS

30 points To be selected from seminars in sustainable design, urban design, materials and digital fabrication and Mori and cultural studies

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UNITEC INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, NEW ZEALAND


Department of Architecture, Faculty of Creative Industries and Business, Unitec Institute of Technology, New Zealand, Private Bag 92025, Auckland 1142, New Zealand Tel: (+64) 9 815 4321 x 7141 Fax: (+64) 9 815 4343 Email: tvanraat@unitec.ac.nz Web: www.unitec.ac.nz Head of Department: Associate Professor Anthony van Raat, BArch, MArch, FNZIA, MNZIOB BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURAL STUDIES/MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE (PROFESSIONAL) The program consists of a 3 year Bachelor of Architectural Studies and a two year Master of Architecture (Professional) first offered in 2008. It is a flexible multi-mode program structured to accommodate both full time and part time study and with the equivalent of 12 weeks of compulsory work experience (carried out in vacations, required before MArch graduation). The philosophy is based on the conviction that design excellence depends on the integration of sound theoretical and conceptual understandings with a real knowledge of tectonics and the role of the architectural profession in the construction industry. The architecture programs continue to operate in loose association with other programs including Landscape Architecture, Construction Management, Quantity Surveying and Interior, Graphic and Product Design. An architecture program has been offered since 1994, with eleven graduating cohorts to date. MINIMUM TIME FOR PROGRAM COMPLETION BAS, three years full time. Master of Architecture (Professional) two years full time. Applicants wishing to study part time may also be admitted to the program. SCHOOL LEAVER ADMISSION CUT-OFF SCORE FOR PRESENT YEAR School leavers meeting minimum criteria for entry into Unitec Bachelor Degree programs are granted an admission interview. Selection is made on merit after consideration of interview results, academic achievements, and the portfolio of work (brought to interview). Adult applicants and others holding relevant qualifications at level 4 or higher are also considered. ENTRY QUOTA NUMBER FOR SCHOOL LEAVERS No quota. First year admissions are in the order of 100, made up of school leavers (80-90%), and adult students (10-20%). YEAR 13 PRE-REQUISITES FOR ADMISSION School-leavers must have: a minimum of 42 National Certificate in Educational Achievement (NCEA) credits at level 3 or higher on the National Qualifications Framework, including: A minimum of 14 credits in each of two subjects from the approved subject list; and 14 credits taken from no more than two additional domains on the NQF of approved subjects; and A minimum of 14 credits at level 1 or higher in Mathematics or Pangarau on the NQF; and A minimum of 8 credits at level 2 or higher in English or Te Reo Maori, of which four credits must be in Reading and four credits in Writing, or equivalent; or At least three C passes in New Zealand University Bursaries, or equivalent. TOTAL BAS COURSE STUDENT NUMBERS 2011 (EFTSU) Male Female Total Total 139 109 248 Domestic 121 98 219 Overseas 18 11 29 TOTAL MARCP COURSE STUDENT NUMBERS 2011 (EFTSU) Male Female Total Total 69 42 111 Domestic 64 40 104 Overseas 5 2 7 GRADUATIONS BAS 2010 Male Female Total 55 30 Domestic 51 27 Overseas 4 3 Total 85 78 7 RESEARCH ACTIVITIES Traditional Maori and Pasifika architecture; renaissance architectural theory, Heritage Protection orders under the Resource Management Act, low technology construction, Aesthetics and Modernity: a review of 20th Century architectural theory, building fabric and watertightness, health and comfort in buildings, sustainable urban ecosystems, medium density housing, Le Corbusiers urban projects, computerbased learning packages, digital fabrication. STUDENT ACTIVITIES Participation in exhibitions, conferences, competitions, community projects and research. The School also offers study tours within New Zealand and to Europe, Australia, Pacific Islands and East Asia. LIBRARY RESOURCES The library has a book collection of 98,000 titles. A materials selection policy is established and a buying program is in place to ensure that resources are systematically and carefully acquired, new editions purchased and the collection is at the appropriate academic level. The comprehensive architecture collection is recent and up to date. This newness could be seen as a disadvantage but the library purchases out of print seminal and historic material from antiquarian booksellers, and uses the New Zealand and Australian inter-library loan schemes. It holds or has access to key journals in the discipline in both traditional print and electronic subscriptions. COMPUTING RESOURCES 80 PC computers are available for student use, spread throughout studios as well as in labs. Industry labs incorporating animation, video and sound-editing facilities may be used by students, by negotiation. A 20-station Mac Lab is also available.

For more information on Unitecs policy on NCEA, and information on Cambridge International Examination equivalence, please refer to our website www.unitec.ac.nz. YEAR 13 ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION School leavers should be able to provide evidence of their creative capabilities in painting, photography, sculpture, design, creative writing and the like; and have good English communication skills (an IELTS score of 6.0 or higher for non-native English speakers). In addition they should be able to demonstrate excellence in any other subjects taken by them. TOTAL STUDENTS ENROLLED IN FIRST YEAR OF BAS PROGRAM 2011 (EFTSU) Male Female Total Total 45 41 86 Domestic 40 41 81 Overseas 4 0 5

GRADUATIONS MARCP 2010 (from professional degree only) Male Female Total Total 16 19 35 Domestic 15 14 29 Overseas 1 5 6 ARTICULATION Applicants with NDAT (National Diploma of Architectural Technology) or NZCAD (New Zealand Certificate in Architectural Drafting) are currently eligible for up to 132 and 216 cross-credits respectively. Applicants holding other relevant qualifications are assessed for cross-credits on a case-by-case basis. SPECIAL ACTIVITIES The School offers a variety of continuing professional development courses across the profession and construction industry. It also contributes regularly to a range of professional activities organised by the NZIA. Study tours to Europe, Japan, the Americas and the Pacific are included in the program. The School also delivers parts of its architecture program in four Chinese universities with approval from the Chinese and New Zealand governments.

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OTHER RESOURCES Acoustics, lighting, engineering, science and soil laboratories, workshops and drawing studios. Students may also obtain access to photographic and craft workshops and specialist computer laboratories in the School of Design. STUDENT EXCHANGES The School currently has formal exchange relationships with schools of architecture in Australia, India, Italy, Britain, Germany (2), China, Mexico and Denmark. Further exchanges are under negotiation in USA and Japan. DISTANCE EDUCATION Distance education began in 2004 to support the delivery of aspects of the program in China. RECOGNITION/ACCREDITATION The course has been approved by NZ Qualification Authority. A Category 4 Commonwealth Association of Architects (CAA) Validation Joint Visiting Board visit took place in May 2010 the program is validated for 5 years bythe New Zealand Institute of Architects (NZIA)/New Zealand Registered Architects Board (NZRAB)/CAA. The next visit is scheduled for 2015. ARCHITECTURE STAFF ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, HEAD OF DEPARTMENT Anthony van Raat, BArch(Auck), MArch (UNSW), FNZIA, MNZIOB PROFESSORS Mike Austin, BArch(Hons)(NZ), PhD(Auck), FNZIA Branko Mitrovic, PhD(Penn), PhD(Auck), MS, DiplPhil, Dipl-IngArch Bin Su, PhD(Arch)(Auck), MPhil(Arch)(Auck), BE in Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering(Harbin Engineering University-China) ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS Dushko Bogunovich, PhD(Belgrade), Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management(Cyprus), Master of City Planning(Penn), Dipl-IngArch(Sarajevo) Regan Potangaroa, BE(Canty), ME(Civil), MArch(Vic), MBA(James Cook), PhD(Auck), MIPENZ Christoph Schnoor, PhD(Berlin), Dipl-Ing(Berlin) ADJUNCT PROFESSORS Marshall Cook, Cook Sargisson & Pirie Ltd Gary Lawson, Stevens Lawson Architects, BArch (Hons) Dave Strachan, BA(Auck), BMS(Waikato), BArch (Auckland), MArch(Hons)(Auckland), Director SGA Nicholas Stevens, Stevens Lawson Architects, BArch(Hons) PROGRAM DIRECTORS Chris Murphy, BArch(Auck), MArch(Auck), NZIA Cesar Wagner, MArch(AALondon), BA(Architecture and Urbanism)(UFRGS Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul) Branko Mitrovic, PhD(Penn), PhD(Auck), MS, DiplPhil, Dipl-IngArch FULL TIME ACADEMIC STAFF Jeanette Budgett, MArch(Hons)(Auck), BArch(Hons)(Auck) David Chaplin, MArch(Auck), BArch(Auck) Hamish Foote, BFA(Hons)(Auck), PhD(Auck) Kerry Francis, BArch(Auck) John Hewitt, MSc(Operational Urban Design and Management)(Newcastle), DipArch(Oxford) Rau Hoskins, BArch(Auck), MArch(Hons)(Auck) Max Hynds, NZCE(Mech), NZCE(HVAC), MIRHACE(NZ), AMASHRAE Krystina Kaza, BArch(Cooper Union) Graeme McConchie, BArch(Auck), MArch(Auck) Peter McPherson, BArch(Unitec) Mark Mismash, MArch(Uni Pens), ASArch, BSArch Ainsley OConnell, BArch(Auck), FNZIA, RIBA John Putaseri, BFA(Syracuse), MFA(Auck) David Turner, MA(UrbDes)(Manchester), BA(Arch)(Hons)(Manchester) SESSIONAL ACADEMIC STAFF Richard Archbold, BAS, BArch(Hons) Danielle Archibald, BArch(Hons)(Auck) Phil Botting, BArch James Brodie Sue Calder, BArch(Auck), BAS(Auck), DipVisualArts (Manukau), BA(Liverpool). John Cocks Karl Cooper, Connect Urban Design Ltd Michael Cooper, BArch Chris Day, BEng, MAAS, Director, Marshall Day Acoustics Ltd SESSIONAL ACADEMIC STAFF (continued) Mike Grunsell, FIES, REA, Director, LDP Ltd Min Hall, FNZIA, BBSc, BArch(Hons), Min Hall Architects & Director, Arthouse Architecture Ltd Jo Hurst, BArch(Auck) Chris Keenan, BAA, Director, Reflection Graphics Ltd Maurits Kelderman, BArch(Auck) Angela Makgill, BArch(Hons), BDes(3D) Lester Mismash, BArch(Prof)(Hons)(Univ Arizona) Anne Millbank Julian ONeale, BArch Katherine OShaunessy, BArch(Hons)(Auck) Ginny Pedlow, BArch, ANZIA Claudia Pond-Eyley Kara Rosemeier, DiplIng(Arch)(University of Applied Sciences Bremen), MPlanPrac(Hons) (Auck) Finn Scott, BArch(Hons) Adam Wild, MA(conservation studies, historic buildings)(Institute of Advanced Architectural Studies the University of York), BArch(Auck) Sara Rojo-Sanchez Nicole Tarlton, Tarlton Architects, Carin Wilson, DipArt&Design(Honorary) ALLIED STAFF Irena Arandelovic, Faculty Administration Manager Carla Goebel, BArch, BAS, MArch Program Administrator Helen Lee, Program Administrator MArchP Gayle Lawrie, PA to Head of Department & Professors Graeme Leitch, Technician Brett Orams, Technician Thomas Whelan, Technician GUEST LECTURERS (various courses) Too numerous to mention by name . . . WORK EXPERIENCE COORDINATOR Ainsley OConnell, BArch(Auck)

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Unitec New Zealand Bachelor of Architectural Studies/Master of Architecture (Professional) Programs


BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURAL STUDIES/MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE (Professional) PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS To be awarded the Bachelor of Architectural Studies and Master of Architecture (Professional) degrees, students must achieve passes in, or cross-credits and equivalents for the following courses:

Bachelor of Architectural Studies Course Code Title Credits 15 30 15 15 15 15 15 30 15 15 15 15 15 15

Master of Architecture (Professional) Course Code Title Credits

Year 1 Seven compulsory courses (120 credits) ARCH 5011 Architecture & Context ARCH 5111 ARCH 5211 ARCH 5212 ARCH 5311 ARCH 6311 ARCH 6411 Design Studio 1 Visual Communication 1 Visual Communication 2 Critical Studies 1 Critical Studies 2 Architectural Technology 1

Year 1 Five compulsory courses + One elective course (120 credits) ARCH 8011 Research Methods 15 ARCH 8111 ARCH 8311 ARCH 8411 ARCH 8511 Studio Architectural Theory Architectural Technology Professional Business Management 45 15 15 15

Year 2 One compulsory course (120 credits) ARCH 9111 Research Project Year 1: Five compulsory courses plus one 15 credit Elective course.

Year 2 Seven compulsory courses (120 credits) ARCH 6111 Design Studio 2 ARCH 6211 ARCH 6212 ARCH 6312 ARCH 6313 ARCH 6412 ARCH 6413 Visual Communication 3 Visual Communication 4 Critical Studies 3 Critical Studies 4 Architectural Technology 2 Architectural Technology 3

120

Program Total:

240 credits

Year 3 Four compulsory + Three elective courses (120 credits) ARCH 7111 Design Studio 3 30 ARCH 7112 ARCH 7411 ARCH 7511 Technical Studio Architectural Technology 4 Professional Studies 15 15 15

Year 3: Four compulsory courses plus any three 15 credit Elective courses including one from a group of Visual Communications Electives and two from a wider pool. Program Total: 360 credits

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STUDY AREA COURSE STRUCTURE: Bachelor of Architectural Studies Year 1 Semester 1 (1)
DESIGN Design Studio 1

cr
15

Year 1 Semester 2 (2)


Design Studio 1 (ctd)

cr
15

Year 2 Semester 1 (3)


Design Studio 2

cr
15

Year 2 Semester 2 (4)


Design Studio 2 (ctd)

cr
15

Year 3 Semester 1 (5)


Design Studio 3

cr
15

Year 3 Semester 2 (6)


Design Studio 3 (ctd)

cr
15

VISUAL COMMUNICATION

Visual Communication 1

15

Visual Communication 2

15

Visual Communication 3

15

Visual Communication 4

15

Compulsory Visual Communication Elective

15

CRITICAL STUDIES TECHNOLOGY

Critical Studies 1

15

Critical Studies 2

15

Critical Studies 3

15

Critical Studies 4

15

Architecture and Context

15

Architectural Technology 1

15

Architectural Technology 2

15

Architectural Technology 3

15

Architectural Technology 4

15

Technical Studio

15

PROFESSIONAL STUDIES

Professional Studies 1

15

ELECTIVE STUDIES

Elective study

15

Elective Study

15

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STUDY AREA COURSE STRUCTURE: Master of Architecture (Professional) Year 1 cr Year 2
Studio 1 45 Research Project

cr
120

DESIGN

RESEARCH METHODS CRITICAL STUDIES TECHNOLOGY

Research Methods

15

Architectural Theory

15

Architectural Technology

15

PROFESSIONAL STUDIES ELECTIVE STUDIES

Professional Business Management

15

Elective Study

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VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF WELLINGTON


School of Architecture, Victoria University of Wellington, 139 Vivian Street, PO Box 600, Wellington 6140, New Zealand Email: architecture@vuw.ac.nz Web: www.vuw.ac.nz/architecture Acting Head of School: Professor Andrea McIlroy, BA(Victoria), MBA(Massey), PhD(Massey) BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURAL STUDIES (BAS) The Bachelor of Architectural Studies (BAS) is a three year program of full time study, leading into a two year Master of Architecture (Professional) for students wishing to become professional Architects. The BAS provides students with the skills, practical knowledge and theoretical approaches required in the architecture profession. The architecture program consists of 360 points, comprising 120 points from the first year of the BAS, followed by a further two years of specialised study in architecture. In the first year, students share the same courses as building science, interior architecture and landscape architecture. The second and third year program is discipline-focused, comprising a series of studiobased courses together with courses in architectural history and theory, building technology and professional studies. MINIMUM TIME FOR PROGRAM COMPLETION 3 years (BAS) 2 years Master of Architecture (Professional) SCHOOL LEAVER ADMISSION CUT-OFF SCORE FOR PRESENT YEAR All applicants who meet the Guaranteed Entry Score requirements and/or NZ university entrance qualification will be accepted into first year. ENTRY QUOTA NUMBER FOR SCHOOL LEAVERS All applicants with a NZ university entrance qualification and who meet Guaranteed Entry Score requirements will be accepted into first year (approximately 250). Selection into second year is based on academic performance in first year. Architecture second year quota = 90. YEAR 13 PRE-REQUISITES FOR ADMISSION NZ university entrance qualification and Guaranteed Entry Score YEAR 13 ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION Acceptable levels of numeracy, creativity and literacy. TOTAL STUDENTS ENROLLED IN FIRST YEAR OF PROGRAM 2011 (EFTSU) Male Female Total Total 125 133 258 Domestic 116 121 237 Overseas 9 12 21 TOTAL COURSE STUDENT NUMBERS 2011 (BAS + MArch) (EFTSU) Male Female Total Total 341 352 693 Domestic 339 348 687 Overseas 2 4 6 GRADUATIONS 2010 (from professional degree only) Male Female Total Total 22 17 39 Domestic 22 17 39 Overseas ARTICULATION (from local Polytechnic courses) Applicants with relevant Certificates/Diplomas in associated disciplines may apply for direct entry to second year BAS. RESEARCH ACTIVITIES Recent and ongoing research work in the landscape architecture, interior architecture, architecture and building science programs has centred on urban design, green and sustainable architecture, architectural theory and criticism, cultural influences in architecture, contemporary New Zealand architecture, lighting design and technology, concrete applications, earthquake resistant design, affordable design for Pacific communities, building energy standards, building performance, construction and project management, the evaluation of buildings in use, the efficient use of energy in architecture, and rooftop apartment design. Further current interdisciplinary studies focus on the economics of sustainability, landscape planning and design, urban resilience, post-disaster design responses, biomimetic design, Latin American architecture, as well as award-winning design projects and installations in New Zealand and abroad.

Tel: (+64) 4 463 6200

Fax: (+64) 4 463 6204

STUDENT ACTIVITIES VUW Students Association, Architecture Students Association (STUDIO), student-organised lecture series, Te Ropu Awhina Waihanga-Hoahoa (Maori & Pacific Nation whnau family group), National Association of Women in Construction Students Group, Christian Discussion Group, design competitions. LIBRARY RESOURCES The School shares an Architecture and Design Library, located at the Te Aro Campus, 139 Vivian Street. A Technical Information Centre, including product information, is also available in the School. OTHER RESOURCES The School has an excellent suite of dedicated design studios, workshops, laboratories, computer labs lecture theatres and seminar rooms. Traditional workshop facilities are integrated with contemporary fabrication technologies including a CAD-CAM technology suite with laser cutters, Rapid Prototyping 3D printers, a full sheet flatbed Techno CNC Router and small modelling CNC routers. Other amenities include building aerodynamics, lighting and photography laboratories, plan printing, photocopying equipment and a video suite. Technical staff in graphics, photography, carpentry, electronics and metalwork help students achieve a high level of craft in their digital/virtual and physical models of buildings. DISTANCE EDUCATION N/A RECOGNITION/ACCREDITATION The Bachelor of Architectural Studies in Architecture and Master of Architecture are currently recognised and accredited by the Commonwealth Association of Architects (CAA), the New Zealand Institute of Architects (NZIA) and the New Zealand Registered Architects Board (NZRAB).

OTHER SCHOOL PROGRAMS Bachelor of Architectural Studies (BAS) in Architecture History and Theory, Interior Architecture, or Landscape Architecture, Bachelor of Building Science (3 years), Bachelor of Arts (Architecture History and Theory), Master of Architecture (Professional), Master of Interior Architecture, Master of Landscape Architecture, Master of Building Science, Graduate Diploma and Graduate Certificate in Designed Environments, Postgraduate Diploma in Architecture, Postgraduate Diploma in Architecture History and Theory, Postgraduate Diploma in Building Science, Postgraduate Diploma in Architecture, Postgraduate Diploma in Landscape Architecture, Postgraduate Diploma in Interior Architecture. SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE STAFF ACTING HEAD OF SCHOOL Professor Andrea McIlroy, BA(Victoria), MBA(Massey), PhD(Massey) PROGRAM DIRECTORS Penny Allan, BLA(Hons)(RMIT), AILA (Program Director Landscape Architecture) Daniel K. Brown, BA(Hons)(Williams), MArch (Yale) (Program Director Interior Architecture) Shenuka De Sylva, BSc in Built Environment, MSc(Arch)(Sri Lanka), SLIA, RIBA (Program Director Year One) Guy Marriage, BArch(Auck), FNZIA Chris McDonald, BBSc(Well), BArch(Well), MArch(Calif), MCP(Calif), ANZIA (Program Director Architecture) POSTGRADUATE COORDINATOR Christine McCarthy, BArch, BA(Engl&Art Hist), MArch(Dist), PhD(Arch)(Auck)

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SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE STAFF (continued) PROFESSORS Professor Andrea McIlroy, BA(Victoria), MBA(Massey), PhD(Massey) George Baird, BSc(Eng), MSc, PhD(Glas), CEng, FIPENZ, MCIBSE, FIRHACE Diane Brand, BArch(Auck), MAUD(Harvard), PhD(Auck), RAIA, NZIA Brenda Vale, MA(Camb), DipArch, PhD(Shef), Registered Architect UK Robert Vale, MA(Camb), DipArch, PhD(Nott), Registered Architect UK Kerstin Thompson, BArch(Hons) MArch(RMIT), RAIA ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS Penny Allan, BLA(Hons)(RMIT), AILA, NZILA Daniel Brown, BA(Hons)(Williams Coll), MArch (Yale), Andrew Charleson, BE(Hons)(Civil), ME(Dist)(Cant), MIPENZ(Auck), MA(Westminster), PhD(Melb) John Storey, BA(Hons), BArch(Hons)(Newcastle UK), ANZIA, NZRAB Jules Moloney, BArch(Hons)(Auck), MA(Urban EDesign)(West), PhD(Melb) SENIOR LECTURERS ARCHITECTURE Martin Bryant, BLArch(UNSW), BArch(UTS) Michael Donn, BSc(Hons), MSc(Well) Morten Gjerde, BArch(Hons)(Calif Poly SU), CertUrbPlng(Oslo), NCARB(USA), FNZIA Jesus Lara, PhD(Arizona) Christina Mackay, BArch(Auck), MBA(Well), ANZIA Christine McCarthy, BArch, BA, MArch(Dist), PhD(Auck) Christopher McDonald, BBSc, BArch(Hons)(Well), MArch(Calif), ANZIA Jacqueline McIntosh, BABr(Col) Warwick McLeod, BA(Hons), MA(Toronto), MFA(MCA) Robin Skinner, BE(Civil)(Cant), BArch(Hons), PhD(Auck) Mark Southcombe, BArch(Auck), MArch(Well), NZCAD Geoff Thomas, BE(Hons), ME, PhD(Fire Eng)(Cant), MIPENZ Simon Twose, BArch(Hons)(Auck) Peter Wood, BArch(Hons), PhD(Auck) Nigel Isaacs, BE(Electrical)(Auck), MBSc(Well), Dip Business Administration(Well) LECTURERS Daniele Abeu e Lima, BArch/UrbPlng(Hons)(Brazil), MArch/UrbPlng(USP Brazil) Philippe Campays, DESA(Paris), MArch(Auck), ANZIA Tobias Danielmeier, MA(Arch), MUAS Shenuka De Sylva, BSc, MSc(Arch)(Sri Lanka), SLIA, RIBA Michael Dudding, BA(Well), MArch(Dist)(Well) Martin Hanley, BBSc(Well) Sam Kebbell, BBSc, BArch(Hons)(Well), MDesS(Dist)(Harvard) Guy Marriage, BArch(Auck), ANZIA, ARB(UK) Jeni Mihova, MSc(Arch)(Sofia Bulgaria) Maibritt Pedersen Zari, BDes(Arch) Natasha Perkins, MTech(Hons)(ProdDev)(Massey) Jan Smitheram, BArch(Hons), PhEd(Otago) PROFESSORIAL RESEARCH FELLOWS Brenda Vale, MA(Camb), PhD(Shef) Robert Vale, MA(Camb), PhD(Nott) DIRECTOR, CENTRE FOR BUILDING PERFORMANCE RESEARCH Michael Donn, BSc(Hons), MSc(Well), PhD TECHNICAL STAFF Eric Caplin, Helpdesk/Desktop Technician David Carleton, Modelmaking Technician Kevin Cook, Audio-Visual Technician John Hawkins, Engineering Technician Paul Hillier, Photographic Technician Chris Hiron, Technical Resource Assistant Arthur Mahon, Technical Resource Technician Francis Matheson, 1st Year Workshop Technician Stewart Milne, System Administrator Phil Nelson, Modelmaking Technician Graham OHanlon, AV Multimedia Technician Peter Ramutenas, IT Systems & Electronic Support Gary Sammons, Modelmaking Technician MANAGEMENT STAFF Jenny Christie, Associate Dean (Students, Teaching and Learning) Fay Julian, Manager Student, Administration and Academic Services Mark Shaw, Manager Physical Resources and Technical Staff SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION STAFF Selena Shaw, Senior School Administrator James Beath, School Administration Assistant STUDENT, ADMIN AND ACADEMIC SERVICES Amanda Chu, Administrator Publications, Web and Marketing Tracey Glennie, Administrator Academic Sarah Miller, Student Admin Assistant Hillary Reid, Student Advisor Sarah Richardson, Student Advisor COORDINATORS Daniele Abreu e Lima Penny Allan George Baird Daniel K. Brown Martin Bryant Philippe Campays Andrew Charleson Alistair Catanach John Daish Tobias Danielmeier Shenuka de Sylva Michael Donn Michael Dudding Morten Gjerde John Gray Martin Hanley Nigel Isaacs Sam Kebbell David Kernohan Christina Mackay Guy Marriage Christine McCarthy Chris McDonald Jacqueline McIntosh Warwick McLeod Jeni Mihova Tane Moleta Jules Moloney Peter Parkes Maibritt Pedersen-Zari Natasha Perkins Meaghan Pierce-Delaney Eli Saul Robin Skinner Jan Smitheram Mark Southcombe COORDINATORS (continued) John Storey Geoff Thomas Simon Twose Rhys Williams Peter Wood SESSIONAL STAFF Catherine Abbott Sarah Adams Adam Alexander Mohammad Al-Janabi Luke Allen Rosie Allen Fatimah Alsaif Michael Anderson Clive Anstey Sally Apthorp Patrick Arnold James Arps Raymond Atkins Peony Au Nilesh Bakshi Sunil Bakshi Holly Beals Philip Belesky Warwick Bell Lee Bint Rob Bishop Gerald Blunt James Bremner Owen Brown Patricia Bruner Tony Burge Kent Burns Hamish Campbell Bill Carden-Horton Nigel Case Alistair Cattanach Fabricio Chicca Kelly Clark Laura Coates Tim Cook Shaan Cory Katie Costain Sam Curtis John Daish Brett Davidson Michael Davis

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SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE STAFF (continued) SESSIONAL STAFF (continued) John Dawson Emma Derwin-Fox Clare Dykes Elizabeth Earl Samantha Erickstad Robert Ferris Carmeny Field Geoff Fletcher Angela Foster Hannah France Matthew Fraser Isobel Gabites Emilio Garcia Liz Gasson Anthony Gates Claire Gesterkamp Ensiyeh Ghavampour Tim Gittos Amelia Grace John Gray Charlotte Grieve Nick Griffin David Hakaraia Sophie Hamer Michael Hannaway Alice Harland Bole He Elyse Holden Donna Howell Nigel Hughes Marita Hunt Craig Hurford Ruslan Idisov Paul James Howard Jenkinson Jack Jiang Ralph Johns Jessica Kayser Chantelle Keane Holly Keane Judi Keith-Brown Anne Kelly David Kernohan SESSIONAL STAFF (continued) Akari Kidd Sam Kilkenny-Brown Hayley Koerbin Anna Kouzminova Peter Lam Stephanie Lam Matt Lander Adele Leah Remy Leblanc Mathew Lee Mijntje Lepoutre Zhenyu Liu Michael Lowe John MacDonald Jaime Macfarlane Abbas Mahravan Cory Manson Phillip Mark Sam Martin Natalie Mason Angela McCarthy-Foster Peter McCartney Steven McGlinchey Scott McKenzie Rebecca McLaughlan Gerald Melling Matthieu Mereau Yasmin Merwood Alamah Misni Tane Moleta James Morgan Kade Motley Jon Muller Dr Ganesh Nana Joseph Nicholls Jestin Nordin Andrew Norriss Colin O'Byrne Sally Ogle Jacob Osborne Dion Palamountain Catherine Palmer Elitsa Petkova Hannah Pierce Ander Pontesta SESSIONAL STAFF (continued) Nick Ray Penelope Revie Helen Reynolds James Richardson Katherine Roberts Caroline Robertson Jessica-Mae Robertson Eddy Saul Geordie Shaw Shanshan Shen Clayton Sime John Hardwick Smith Philip Smith Basia Smolnicki Amanda Snow Chris Speed Christian Squire Earl Stewart Michael Stonyer David Sullivan James Sullivan Hendry Sutjiadi Ching-Chuen Tan Stuart Taylor Alexandra Teague Hugh Tennent James Thompson Samuel Thorn Lyannie Tran Shea Treacy Eloise Veber Alexia Wade Chloe Walbran Katherine Walker Carolyn Walker Matthew Watson Abbie Whangapirita Victoria Willocks Anna Windsor Jordan Wisniewski Megan Wraight Richard Wright Lin Yi-Feng

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Victoria University of Wellington Course Structure


STUDY AREA

Bachelor of Architectural Studies (BAS) in Architecture (3 years)


Year 1
30 pts

Year 2
45 pts Architecture Design Studio; Architecture Design Integration

Year 3
45 pts Architecture Design Studio; Architecture Design Integration

Postgraduate Diploma in Architecture Year 4


45 pts Architecture Design Research

Master of Architecture Year 5


90 or 120 pts Architecture Research Thesis

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

Design Processes Studio

30 pts COMMUNICATION HISTORY & THEORY Design Representation 15 pts Design History and Theory 15 pts Architecture History and Theory 30 pts Pacific Designed Environments Urban Design Theory & Practice 15 pts Architecture Theory and Criticism

TECHNOLOGIES

45 pts Sustainability; Built Environment Technologies; Numerical Methods for Design

15 pts Human Environmental Science

15 pts Integrated Technologies

CONSTRUCTION STRUCTURES SERVICES

15 pts Materials and Construction 15 pts Structural Systems

15 pts Construction

15 pts PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE RESEARCH 0 pts ELECTIVES 15 pts Exhibition Design and Technologies Environment and Behaviour Sustainable Architecture Building Technology History Building Heritage Conservation Building Project Management Building Project Cost Planning Furniture Design + Technologies Fire Safety Design Project Representation 15 pts Architecture History Interior Heritage Conservation Digital Representation and Documentation Building Code Compliance Sustainable Regenerative Design Project Management Drawing Furniture Design and Technologies Building Economics Exhibition Design and Technologies or any approved 100-300 level course from other disciplines offered by Victoria University Practice and Management Professional Practice

15 pts

15 pts Research Methodologies 15 pts Interior Heritage Conservation Digital Representation and Documentation Building Code Compliance History of the City in Landscape Critical Theory of the Designed Environment Building Performance Assessment Architecture History Design Computation and Numerical Methods 30 or 0 pts

or any approved 100-200 level course from other disciplines offered by Victoria University

or any approved 400 level course from other disciplines offered by Victoria University

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Bachelor of Architectural Studies (BAS) in Interior Architecture (3 years)


Year 1
30 pts

Year 2
45 pts Interior Architecture Design; Interior Architecture Integration 15 pts Drawing and Modeling 15 pts 15 pts Interior Architecture History and Theory 15 pts Human Environmental Science

Year 3
45 pts Interior Architecture Design; Interior Architecture Integration

Postgraduate Diploma in Interior Architecture Year 4


45 pts Interior Architecture Design; Interior Architecture Research

Master of Interior Architecture Year 5


90 or 120 pts Interior Architecture Research Thesis

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

Design Processes Studio

30 pts COMMUNICATION Design Communication

HISTORY & THEORY

Design History and Theory 45 pts Sustainability; Built Environment Technologies; Numerical Methods for Design

15 pts Pacific Designed Environments 30 pts Colour, Pattern, Light; Interior Fit-Out Technologies

15 pts Interior Architecture Theory and Criticism 15 pts Integrated Technologies

TECHNOLOGIES

CONSTRUCTION STRUCTURES SERVICES

15 pts Materials and Construction

15 pts PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE RESEARCH 0 pts ELECTIVES 15 pts Exhibition Design and Technologies Environment and Behaviour Sustainable Architecture Building Technology History Building Heritage Conservation Building Project Management Building Project Cost Planning Furniture Design + Technologies Fire Safety Design Project Representation 15 pts Architecture History Interior Heritage Conservation Digital Representation and Documentation Building Code Compliance Sustainable Regenerative Design Project Management Drawing Furniture Design and Technologies Building Economics Exhibition Design and Technologies or any approved 100-300 level course from other disciplines offered by Victoria University Practice and Management Professional Practice

15 pts

15 pts Research Methodologies 15 pts Interior Heritage Conservation Digital Representation and Documentation Building Code Compliance History of the City in Landscape Critical Theory of the Designed Environment Building Performance Assessment Architecture History Design Computation and Numerical Methods 30 or 0 pts

or any approved 100-200 level course from other disciplines offered by Victoria University

or any approved 400 level course from other disciplines offered by Victoria University

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Bachelor of Architectural Studies (BAS) in Landscape Architecture (3 years)


Year 1
30 pts

Year 2
45 pts Landscape Architecture Design; Landscape Architecture Integration 15 pts Landscape Architecture Representation 15 pts 15 pts History and Theory

Year 3
45 pts Landscape Architecture Design; Landscape Architecture Integration

Postgraduate Diploma in Landscape Architecture Year 4


45 pts Landscape Architecture Design; Landscape Architecture Research

Master of Landscape Architecture Year 5


90 or 120 pts Landscape Architecture Research Thesis

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

Design Processes Studio

30 pts COMMUNICATION Design Communication

HISTORY & THEORY

Design History and Theory

30 pts Pacific Designed Environments Urban Design Theory & Practice

15 pts Landscape Architecture Theory and Criticism 15 pts Urban Technologies

TECHNOLOGIES

30 pts Sustainability; Built Environment Technologies

30 pts Landscape Sites and Systems; Landscape Applications 15 pts

CONSTRUCTION STRUCTURES SERVICES

LAND Construction

15 pts PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE RESEARCH ELECTIVES 15 pts Any approved 100 level course from other disciplines offered by Victoria University 15 pts Exhibition Design and Technologies Environment and Behaviour Sustainable Architecture Building Technology History Building Heritage Conservation Building Project Management Building Project Cost Planning Furniture Design + Technologies Fire Safety Design Project Representation 15 pts Architecture History Interior Heritage Conservation Digital Representation and Documentation Building Code Compliance Sustainable Regenerative Design Project Management Drawing Furniture Design and Technologies Building Economics Exhibition Design and Technologies or any approved 100-300 level course from other disciplines offered by Victoria University Practice and Management Professional Practice

15 pts

15 pts Research Methodologies 15 pts Interior Heritage Conservation Digital Representation and Documentation Building Code Compliance History of the City in Landscape Critical Theory of the Designed Environment Building Performance Assessment Architecture History Design Computation and Numerical Methods 30 or 0 pts

or any approved 100-200 level course from other disciplines offered by Victoria University

or any approved 400 level course from other disciplines offered by Victoria University

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Bachelor of Building Science (BBSc) in Sustainable Engineering Systems (3 years)


Year 1
15 pts

Year 2

Year 3

Postgraduate Diploma in Building Science Year 4


15 pts Integration Project

Master of Building Science Year 5


90 or 120 pts Building Science Research Thesis

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

Design Processes Studio

30 pts COMMUNICATION HISTORY & THEORY TECHNOLOGIES Design Communication 15 pts Design History and Theory 45 pts Sustainability Built Environment Technologies; Numerical Methods for Design 15 pts Building Technology History 45 pts Environmental Engineering Systems; Human Environment Science Sustainable Architecture 15 pts Materials and Construction 15 pts STRUCTURES PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE RESEARCH ELECTIVES 15 pts Any approved 100 level course from other disciplines offered by Victoria University 30 pts Building Economics Building Heritage Conservation Building Project Management Building Cost Planning Furniture Design and Technologies Fire Safety Design History and Theory of Architecture History and Theory of Landscape Architecture History and Theory of Interior Architecture Exhibition Design and Technologies Environment and Behaviour Project Representation or any approved 100-200 level course from other disciplines offered by Victoria University 30 pts Interior Heritage Conservation Building Heritage Conservation Digital Representation and Documentation Construction Regulatory Contexts Drawing Furniture Design and Technologies Pacific Designed Environments Colour Pattern Light Building Economics Building Cost Planning Building Project Management Structural Systems Structures 30 pts Practice and Management Building Code Compliance 15 pts Research Methodologies 15 pts Interior Heritage Conservation Digital Representation and Documentation Design Computation and Numerical Methods Building Performance Assessment 30 or 0 pts 30 pts Sustainable Regenerative Design Sustainable Engineering Systems 75 pts Green Building Assessment Sustainable Engineering Project Integrated Technologies Buildings and Energy

15 pts Construction 15 pts

CONSTRUCTION

or any approved 100-300 level course from other disciplines offered by Victoria University

or any approved 400 level course from other disciplines offered by Victoria University

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Bachelor of Building Science (BBS) in Project Management (3 years)


Year 1
15 pts

Year 2

Year 3

Postgraduate Diploma in Building Science Year 4


15 pts Integration Project

Master of Building Science Year 5


90 or 120 pts Building Science Research Thesis

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN COMMUNICATION HISTORY & THEORY TECHNOLOGIES

Design Processes Studio 30 pts Design Communication 15 pts Design History and Theory 45 pts Sustainability; Built Environment Technologies; Numerical Methods for Design 15 pts Building Technology History 15 pts Human Environment Science

30 pts Green Building Assessment Integrated Technologies

CONSTRUCTION STRUCTURES PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE

15 pts Materials and Construction 15 pts Structural Systems 30 pts Project Management Economics Bldg Management Cost Planning

15 pts Construction 15 pts Structures 60 pts Practice and Management Building Code Compliance Project Management Construction Law 45 pts Building Project Management Built Facilities Management

15 pts RESEARCH ELECTIVES 15 pts Any approved 100 level course from other disciplines offered by Victoria University 30 pts Environmental Engineering Systems Building Heritage Conservation Furniture Design and Technologies Fire Safety Design Sustainable Architecture History and Theory of Architecture History and Theory of Landscape Architecture History and Theory of Interior Architecture 30 pts Sustainable Regenerative Design Sustainable Engineering Systems Interior Heritage Conservation Building Heritage Conservation Digital Representation and Documentation Drawing Furniture Design and Technologies Pacific Designed Environments Environmental Engineering Systems Sustainable Architecture or any approved 100-300 level course from other disciplines offered by Victoria University Research Methodologies 15 pts Interior Heritage Conservation Digital Representation and Documentation Design Computation and Numerical Methods Building Performance Assessment 30 or 0 pts

or any approved 100-200 level course from other disciplines offered by Victoria University

or any approved 400 level course from other disciplines offered by Victoria University

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Bachelor of Architectural Studies (BAS) in Architecture History and Theory (3 yrs)


Year 1
30 pts

Year 2

Year 3

Postgraduate Diploma in Architecture History and Theory Year 4

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

Design Processes Studio

30 pts COMMUNICATION Design Communication 15 pts HISTORY & THEORY Design History and Theory History and Theory 30 pts History and Theory 30 pts 30 pts Critical Theory of Designed Environment; Theory and Criticism

TECHNOLOGIES

30 pts Sustainability; Built Environment Technologies

PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE 15 pts RESEARCH ELECTIVES 15 pts Any approved 100 level course from other disciplines offered by Victoria University 90 pts Building Technology History Architecture History and Theory Interior Architecture History and Theory Landscape Architecture History and Theory Sustainable Architecture Building Heritage Conservation Communication/Drawing Furniture Design and Technologies Exhibition Design and Technologies Interior Architecture Drawing and Modelling Building Construction and Materials or any approved 100-200 level course from other disciplines offered by Victoria University 90 pts History of Architecture Urban Design Theory + Practice Interior Heritage Conservation Pacific Designed Environments Digital Representation and Documentation Drawing Furniture Design and Technologies Exhibition Design and Technologies Research Methodologies 75 pts History of Architecture Architecture Theory and Criticism Landscape Theory and Criticism Interior Architecture Theory and Criticism Interior Heritage Conservation Digital Representation and Documentation History of the City in Landscape

or any approved 100-300 level course from other disciplines offered by Victoria University

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THE PAPUA NEW GUINEA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY


Department of Architecture and Building, Private Mail Bag, Lae, Papua New Guinea Web: www.unitech.ac.pg Email: cgonduan@arch-bldg.unitech.ac.pg Head of Department: Professor C. K. Gonduan, PhD(James Cook Uni), MInfraPlan&Eng(Stuttgart Uni), PGCert MLF Eng US, ETI(Washington), PGDiplT&CP(Sydney), BArch(PNGUT), PNGIA, Reg Architect DIPLOMA OF ARCHITECTURE & BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE The Bachelor of Architecture is a five year undergraduate course designed for the PNG and Pacific context. A Diploma of Architecture is conferred on successful completion of the first three years of the course. MINIMUM TIME FOR PROGRAM COMPLETION 5 years SCHOOL LEAVER ADMISSION CUT-OFF SCORE FOR PRESENT YEAR C or better for Maths, Physics & English ENTRY QUOTA NUMBER FOR SCHOOL LEAVERS 50 in year 1, Semester I-Common Foundation in Architecture and Building. Semester II 32 selected for Architecture course. PRE-REQUISITES FOR ADMISSION Year 12 High School Certificate TOTAL STUDENTS ENROLLED IN FIRST YEAR OF PROGRAM 2011 (EFTSU) Male Female Total Total 41 9 50 Domestic 38 8 46 Overseas 3 1 4 TOTAL COURSE STUDENT NUMBERS 2011 (including Parts 1 and 2 of course) (EFTSU) Male Female Total Total 106 23 129 Domestic 104 23 127 Overseas 2 0 2 GRADUATIONS 2010 (from professional degree only) Male Female Total Total 9 2 11 Domestic 9 2 11 Overseas 0 0 0 RESEARCH ACTIVITIES Traditional settlement and architecture forms, housing and urban development, local materials and construction technologies. ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE CENTRE OF PNG The Architectural Heritage Centre of Papua New Guinea collects, conserves and publishes the knowledge of traditional and other forms of exemplary architecture. The Centre houses a substantial collection of materials on traditional settlement and architectural forms. PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES Staff engage in architectural consulting work through the departmental consultancy firm, DesignBuild Ltd. STUDENT ACTIVITIES Architecture, Building Students Association SPECIAL ACTIVITIES A week-long master class is conducted by an eminent international architect each semester with teams of students in years 1-5. Weekly seminars offered by external and internal experts on architectural topics. LIBRARY RESOURCES A reasonable collection of books, monographs and current serials and audiovisual facility within the Department in addition to University Matheson Library. Architectural Heritage Centre also has a collection of books, manuscript, field notes and photos, slides on regional traditional architecture. COMPUTING RESOURCES Laboratory with 25 networked stations with word processing, spreadsheets, database, project management, desktop publishing, AutoCAD, ArchiCAD, TurboCAD and MiniCAD applications. OTHER RESOURCES Construction workshop DISTANCE EDUCATION Nil RECOGNITION/ACCREDITATION Diploma and degree courses validated by Commonwealth Association of Architects (CAA), PNG Institute of Architects and Board of Architects of PNG. ARCHITECTURE STAFF AND BUILDING STAFF HEAD OF DEPARTMENT Professor C. K. Gonduan, PhD(James Cook Uni), MInfraPlan&Eng(Stuttgart Uni), PGCert MLF US, ETI(Washington), PG DiplT&CP(Sydney), BArch(PNGUT), PNGIA, Registered Architect DEPUTY HEAD OF DEPARTMENT K. Polin, MScConstMgt(Sydney), PGDipConstProjMgt(Manchester), BBldg&DBldgTech(PNGUT), PNGIB DIRECTOR ARCHITECTURE COURSE A. C. Sariman, PhD(James Cook Uni), MScConstMgt(Heriot-Watt), PGDipBldgSc(Sydney), BArch&Bldg(PNGUT), PNGIA, Registered Architect SENIOR LECTURERS A. C. Sariman, PhD(James Cook Uni), MScConstMgt(Heriot-Watt), PGDipBldgSc(Sydney), BArch&Bldg(PNGUT), PNGIA, Registered Architect A. Bou, Bachelor in Architecture, PNGIA, Registered Architect TECHNICAL OFFICER Vacant ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS Veronica Michael Anita Kami Atakia Karimu Charles Nohowan LECTURERS D. Wasi, MProjMgt(QUT), BArch&Bldg(PNGUT) A. K. Polin, DArch, BArch(PNGUT) J. J. Walliah, DBldg, BBldg(PNGUT) M. Felde, BArtsDesign(Clemson Uni), MScArch(Uni of Minnesota) G. A. Elisha, DBldg, BBldg(PNGUT), CertinBldg(POM Tech), DipEdu(UOG) C. Dobunaba, DArch, BArch(PNGUOT), MUrbanPlanning(UTS Sydney) SESSIONAL STAFF n/a CURATOR, ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE CENTRE OF PNG Selina Owen, PGDLibSc(Canberra), BSci(PNGUT)

Tel: +675 473 4501

Fax: +675 473 4508 or 475 7667

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STUDY AREA
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

COURSE STRUCTURE: Diploma in Architecture Year 1 Semester 1


Introduction to Architecture/Building hrs Year 1 Semester 2 8 Architectural Design I hrs Year 2 Semester 1 8 Architectural Design II hrs Year 2 Semester 2 8 Architectural Design III hrs Year 3 Semester 1 8 Architectural Design IV Theory of Architecture hrs Year 3 Semester 2 hrs 8 Architectural Design V 2 8

COMMUNICATION & DOCUMENTATION

English Composition l Communication for Architecture

2 English Composition II 3

2 Visual Arts

2 Computer Applications

2 Architectural Presentation

2 CAD

TECHNICAL SYSTEMS

Building Science Mathematics

4 Building Systems l 4 Architectural Science

4 Building Systems II 2 Structures I

4 Building Systems III 2 Structures II

4 Building Systems IV 2 Structures III

4 2 Structures IV 2

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

Vernacular Building Traditions

2 History of Architecture

3 History of Architecture

3 Modern Architecture

Ecological Sustainable Design

PRACTICAL & MANAGEMENT

Building Economics

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STUDY AREA
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

COURSE STRUCTURE: Degree in Architecture Year 4 Semester 1


Architectural Design VI Architectural Design Theory hrs Year 4 Semester 2 8 Architectural Design VII 2 hrs Year 5 Semester 1 8 Architectural Design VIII hrs Year 5 Semester 2 8 Design Thesis hrs 9

COMMUNICATION & DOCUMENTATION

Special Study I

3 Special Study II

3 Research Project

External Elective I

2 External Elective II

External Elective III

TECHNICAL SYSTEMS

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

Urban Development

2 Urban Design Theory

2 Urban Design I

2 Urban Design II

Site Design

PRACTICAL & MANAGEMENT

Professional Practice

5 Project Management

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Australian Schools of Architecture Statistics extracted from Architecture Schools of Australasia 2012
1st year male students 2011 EFTSU/L* 1st year female students 2011 EFTSU/L* Total 1st year students Domestic 2011 EFTSU/L* Total 1st year students Overseas 2011 EFTSU/L* Total 1st year students 2011 EFTSU/L* Total male students Pts 1 & 2 2011 EFTSU/L* Total female students Pts 1 & 2 2011 EFTSU/L* Total students Pts 1 & 2 Domestic 2011 EFTSU/L* Total students Pts 1 & 2 O/seas 2011 EFTSU/L* Total students Pts 1 & 2 2011 EFTSU/L* Grads from prof Degree Domestic 2010 Grads from prof Degree O/seas 2010 Grads from prof Degree 2010

State/ Territory

University

ACT NSW

University of Canberra University of New South Wales University of Newcastle University of Sydney University of of Technology, Sydney

81 81 101 88 70 72 331 103 32 62 138 335 48 110 56 214 93 47 140 98 115 213 60 60 7 7 1381

21 21 71 49 65 67 252 67 32 41 143 283 29 68 53 150 75 36 111 73 98 171 65 65 15 15 1068

87 87 59 109 99 109 376 114 51 58 159 382 70 154 84 308 125 71 196 86 184 270 100 100 20 20 1739

15 15 113 28 36 30 207 56 13 45 122 236 7 24 25 56 43 12 55 85 29 114 25 25 2 2 710

102 102 172 137 135 139 583 170 64 103 281 618 77 178 109 364 168 83 251 171 213 384 125 125 22 22 2449

333 333 459 259 263 266 1247 464 99 403 570 1536 71 434 220 725 250 238 488 395 342 737 250 250 17 17 5333

68 68 332 152 275 212 971 270 105 256 559 1190 42 323 174 539 194 147 341 237 338 575 180 180 25 25 3889

373 373 453 296 418 358 1525 537 172 369 620 1698 103 682 313 1098 334 321 655 273 553 826 275 275 36 36 6486

28 28 338 115 120 120 693 197 32 290 509 1028 10 75 81 166 110 64 174 359 127 486 155 155 6 6 2736

401 401 791 411 538 478 2218 734 204 659 1129 2726 113 757 394 1264 444 385 829 632 680 1312 430 430 42 42 9222

16 16 49 29 85 45 208 68 0 59 98 225 0 46 30 76 27 42 69 24 54 78 23 23 0 0 695

2 2 25 11 30 10 76 30 0 27 71 128 0 5 5 10 17 1 18 14 13 27 19 19 0 0 280

18 18 74 40 115 55 284 98 0 86 169 353 0 51 35 86 44 43 87 38 67 105 42 42 0 0 975

VIC

Deakin University Monash University RMIT University University of Melbourne

QLD

Griffith University Queensland University of Technology University of Queensland

SA

University of Adelaide University of South Australia

WA

Curtin Uni of Technology University of Western Australia

TAS NT

University of Tasmania Charles Darwin University Grand Total

* Equivalent Full Time Student Unit/Load Year 1 of the undergraduate degree at University of Melbourne is the generalist Bachelor of Environments; statistics represent students enrolled (EFSTU/L) in the 2nd year of Architectural Studies Program.

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Australian Schools of Architecture Statistical Comparison Extracted from Architecture Schools of Australasia editions 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012

Australian Schools of Architecture 2007 - 2011


State/ Territory
1st year students EFTSU/L* ACT NSW VIC QLD SA WA TAS NT TOTAL 79 451 451 268 200 212 97 18 1776

2007
Total students Pts 1&2 EFTSU * 209 1876 1746 828 663 759 381 35 6497 Grad'ns from prof degree2006 25 253 225 88 74 113 45 0 823 1st year students EFTSU* 76 497 519 321 243 277 80 11 2024

2008
Total students Pts 1&2 EFTSU * 234 1854 1819 1004 769 813 358 26 6877 Grad'ns from prof degree2007 23 275 234 113 70 110 47 0 872 1st year students EFTSU/L* 116 529 647 444 283 236 92 18 2365

2009
Total students Pts 1&2 EFTSU/L* 247 2086 2221 1148 875 774 349 34 7734 Grad'ns from prof degree2008 31 235 281 115 71 91 45 0 869 1st year students EFTSU/L* 206 527 754 306 266 264 145 22 2490

2010
Total students Pts 1&2 EFTSU/L* 320 2416 2720 1354 829 989 407 42 9077 Grad'ns from prof degree2009 31 320 345 112 84 96 59 0 1047 1st year students EFTSU/L* 102 583 618 364 251 384 125 22 2449

2011
Total students Pts 1&2 EFTSU/L* 401 2218 2726 1264 829 1312 430 42 9222 Grad'ns from prof degree2010 18 284 353 86 87 105 42 0 975

* Equivalent Full Time Student Unit/Load

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Information on course accreditation/recognition process and registration as an architect in Australia


What does accreditation/recognition of professional courses mean? Architecture courses in Australia are subject to a national course accreditation and recognition procedure which determines whether the course offered by a tertiary institution meets the academic requirements required for a graduate of that course to: subsequently obtain registration as an architect, ie accreditation, and satisfy the requirements for professional membership of the Australian Institute of Architects, ie recognition. The Institutes National Education Committee (NEC) is responsible for promoting the highest standards for architectural education in Australia and recognises courses that comply with the Institutes Tertiary Education of Architects Policy/Standards for Programs. Each State/Territory registration authority has statutory responsibility for accreditation of professional architecture courses offered within that State or Territory. The Architects Accreditation Council of Australia (AACA) has responsibility to formally list the accredited programs under the system of National Competency Based Assessment of qualifications in architecture. Since January 2006 the accreditation/recognition process has been conducted under the Australian Architecture Program Accreditation and Recognition Procedure DOC APARP 01. The procedures deal with: Preliminary assessment for proposed new programs or major changes to existing programs. Achieving and maintaining accreditation and recognition for existing programs. Articulation or advanced standing. Joint degrees architecture programs combined with other qualifications. Registration as an Architect In each State and Territory of Australia it is a legal requirement that any person using the title 'architect' or offering services to the public as an architect, must be registered with the Architects Board in that jurisdiction. Each State and Territory of Australia has its own Architects Board. Generally, the following three steps outline the requirements for registration as an architect in a State or Territory of Australia. You must: have a recognised academic qualification in architecture or a pass in the National Program of Assessment (NPrA), or a pass in the relevant Registration Board Prescribed Examinations where offered; have a period of training through experience followed by successful completion of the AACA Architectural Practice Examination (APE); and apply for registration to the Architects Board in the State or Territory in which registration is sought. Further details are available from: the AACA in Canberra (www.aaca.org.au) or the respective State or Territory Architects Board.

The following principles are fundamental to the process of accreditation and recognition: Architecture programs consist of a minimum equivalent of 5 years full time study in an accredited/recognised program. Architecture programs which lead to architectural qualifications require advice from the profession they serve. The accreditation and recognition process provides a regular and structured dialogue between educators and practitioners. A diverse approach to architectural education is valued. The accreditation and recognition process is designed to acknowledge individual strengths within schools and local variation in architecture programs. It is not a process designed to standardise architectural education. The National Visiting Panel process is assessment by peer review. Panels support the program and assist where necessary. Confidentiality of the procedure and all documentation is observed.

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Contact Information
Australian Institute of Architects Education Unit Australian Institute of Architects PO Box 3373 MANUKA ACT 2603 National Education Manager: Martha Liew National Education Coordinator: Carol Capp Tel: 02 6121 2000 Email: education@architecture.com.au Web: www.architecture.com.au Architects Accreditation Council of Australia (AACA) PO Box 236 Civic Square CANBERRA ACT 2608 Tel: 02 6230 0506 Email: mail@aaca.org.au Web: www.aaca.org.au/ Association of Architecture Schools of Australasia (AASA) Associate Professor Melanie Dodd RAIA President Association of Architecture Schools of Australasia c/- School of Architecture + Design RMIT University GPO Box 2476 MELBOURNE VIC 3010 Tel: 03 9925 9799 Email: melanie.dodd@rmit.edu.au Executive: President: Associate Professor Melanie Dodd RAIA (VIC) Vice President: Dr Diane Brand, RAIA (New Zealand) Treasurer: Associate Professor Chris Smith (NSW) Secretary: Mr Stephen Ward, RAIA (SA)

Student Organised Network for Architecture (SONA) Email: president@sona.com.au Web: www.sona.com.au

NSW Architects Registration Board Tel: (02) 9241 4033 Email: mail@architects.nsw.gov.au Web: www.architects.nsw.gov.au Architects Registration Board of Victoria Tel: (03) 9417 4444 Email: registrar@arbv.vic.gov.au Web: www.arbv.vic.gov.au/ Board of Architects of Queensland Tel: (07) 3224 4482 Email: registrar@boaq.qld.gov.au Web: www.boaq.qld.gov.au The Architectural Practice Board of South Australia Tel: (08) 8373 2766 Registrar Email: Jim.Bailey@au.gt.com Secretary Email: Mim.Pargeter@au.gt.com Web: www.archboardsa.org.au

Architects Board of Western Australia Tel: (08) 9287 9920 Email: info@architectsboard.org.au Web: www.architectsboard.org.au/ ACT Architects Board Tel: 02 6207 6288 Email: architectsboard@act.gov.au Web: www.actpla.act.gov.au/topics/your_say/advisory_panels/act_architects_board Board of Architects of Tasmania Tel: (03) 6234 8188 Email: gharper@engineersaustralia.org.au Northern Territory Architects Board Tel: (08) 8923 9312 Email: ntab@nt.gov.au Web: www.architects.nt.gov.au/

New Zealand Institute of Architects (NZIA) PO Box 2516 Shortland Street Auckland New Zealand 1140 Tel: +64 9 623 6080 Email: info@nzia.co.nz Web: www.nzia.co.nz/ The New Zealand Registered Architects Board (NZRAB) PO Box 11106 Manners Street Wellington New Zealand Tel: +64 4 471 1336 Email: info@nzrab.org.nz Web: www.nzrab.org.nz/ Architects Registration Board (United Kingdom) 8 Weymouth Street LONDON W1W 5BU United Kingdom Tel: +44 20 7580 5861 Email: info@arb.org.uk Web: www.arb.org.uk

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