Whether you want to expand your field of expertise, or deepen it, this unique one'year course will enrich your knowledge and enhance your career in the fields of Urban Design, Sustainable Architecture, Computational Architecture, Critical Architectural Heritage, and International Development and Practice.
The course is aimed at architecture graduates wishing to specialise, and at those within the ‘built environment’ – such as planners, psychologists, quantity surveyors or designers.
This is a bespoke degree in which you can take advantage of the wide range of study areas, or concentrate your energies on a specific area.
For instance, if you work as a planner you might find the Urban Design modules most profitable. If you are a conservation officer, the range of options for Architecture and Heritage could suit you best. If you are an architect, the Architecture and Practice specialisms could add most to your own practice.
The course will enhance your career as well as providing an ideal base from which you could choose to go on to doctoral study.
•Urban Design (Option)
•Computational Architecture (Option)
•Architecture and Heritage (Option)
•Sustainable Architecture (Option)
•Design for International Development (Option)
•Architecture and Practice (Option)
•Urban Design: Principles of Cities (Option)
•Computational Architecture: Programming (Option)
•Landscape Theory (Option)
•Critical Writing (Option)
•Urban Design:City Building (Option)
•Sustainable Architecture:Retrofit (Option)
•Landscape: Technologies (Option)
•Critical Studies (Option)
•Architecture and Heritage: Theory (Option)
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- Minimum 2.2 Honours in an Built Environment Discipline
- We would normally expect you to have Grade C in GCSE English and Maths.