Architecture, Environment & HousingArchitecture
Architecture is about providing appropriate shelters for human functions and activities through a comprehensive understanding of our living environment, our society and culture, our history and technology. The aim is to provide sustainable future for the next generation.
Learning architecture allows us to explore the intrinsic relationship between people, culture and city systematically. Research into the site context, building functions, and statutory constrains to provide a solution by developing an architectural design through a process of conceptualization and rationalization which echoes the past and forecast the future in a meaningful way.
We offer a broad range of architecture courses from award-bearing courses providing students with the foundation to study architecture at the tertiary level, to interest courses on architecture and design-related topics and technical courses on the practice of architecture.
One sketchbook and required drawing instruments will be provided for students.
• AUD86.82 per credit x credit of unit**
*Course fee for the 2nd year of the part-time 2-year study will follow the increase fee schedule for the 2017-2018 academic year. The amount will be advised by Curtin University 6 months prior to the commencement of the new academic year.
**Students repeating a unit will pay the course fee (amount per credit x unit credit) current at the time the module is repeated.
***Students returning from defer of studies will pay the course fee current at the time of re-enrollment.