As environmental design disciplines, architecture and landscape architecture involve interactions with the natural and human modified environments of cities and landscapes.
The School believes that graduates with a wide knowledge of, and strongly developed skills in, environmental design are essential to improving the environments in which people work, live and relax.
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Resources in the School of Architecture and Built Environment include:
- Highly qualified, nationally and internationally recognised staff with specified areas of knowledge and research unique to this School
- CAD and other computing facilities in the Computer Aided Architectural Design (CAAD) Studio
- Prizes which reward academic excellence
- Close working relationships with architecture and landscape architecture practitioners
- Public exhibitions of students' work
- Interstate / international travel and study opportunities as part of studies
- Professionally accreditated programs including the Master of Architecture and Master of Landscape Architecture