Bachelor of Architectural Design or equivalent with a minimum GPA of 4.0, portfolio design of work and CV.
IELTS: Overall band score of 6.5 and Band score of 6 in all bands
Landscape architecture is about working with open spaces and built environments engaging with natural systems and human cultures. As a creative and contemporary practice, it is always growing and evolving.
Our Master of Landscape Architecture teaches you to use design to expand possibilities, not memorise fixed definitions.
The course is accredited by the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects.
What will you do?
Explore and extend your capacity for creativity.
Share design studios with students across the School of Architecture and Built Environment.
Learn to work with advanced ecological, construction and landscape technologies.
Develop your own position on current disciplinary, social and political issues.
Undertake individual design projects.
Apply and advance your learning through internship electives.
Undertake immersive overseas studios.
Engage with the many industry professionals who teach and tutor in classes as well as extra-curricular activities.
Where could it take you?
You might work in government or private practice finding solutions to pressing societal challenges.
This degree qualifies you to begin the journey to registration as an RLA (Registered Landscape Architect).
Collaborate with engineers, architects, policymakers, artists and others in the design professions.
Design exterior spaces at a variety of scales and for various clients and users, both public and private, from innovative playgrounds, dynamic waterfronts, thoughtful memorials and special-use gardens to local, regional and national parks and critical infrastructure projects.
Graduates are well prepared to take on such roles as:
The objective of this program is to produce graduates with specific attributes as outlined in University of Adelaide Graduate Attributes.
Deep discipline knowledge
Critical thinking and problem solving
Teamwork and communication skills
Career and leadership readiness
Intercultural and ethical competency
Self-awareness and emotional intelligence
The majority of the teaching activities are based around the design studios, which are now aligned with the school's research streams 'History, Theory and Culture', 'Design' and 'Urbanism', along with courses in advanced ecological and landscape technologies.
A new internship elective has been introduced for students to experience a working environment in a landscape architecture firm in which to observe and apply their knowledge and skills for the degree. Elective options also include the offshore studio and other courses that have a community or professional experiential learning or engagement aspect.
Level of Study Masters Degree (Coursework)
Duration 2 years
CRICOS Course Code 059318B
English Requirements IELTS Score UG 6.5
Annual Tuition AUD$40,500.00
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