Build on your established background in architecture and built environment with our accredited range of single or exclusive* double degree masters programs.
Learn about all aspects of the built environment and communities involvement in the design process. Be part of evolving opportunities in urban improvement and emergent-technology integration. Take advantage of practical training and experience through local, interstate, and international studios.
Immerse yourself in local, regional and international design challenges to gain a deeper understanding and appreciation of the relationship between landscape and architecture. Develop your own position on what makes landscape architecture an effective contemporary practice.
Shape the cities we live in with a broad-based skill set that empowers you to collaborate with local communities and professional groups to contribute positively to the environment and residents' quality of life.
Make the most of national and global growth in infrastructure and building projects by studying with us. With practical problem-solving skills and the know-how to manage projects from construction to civil engineering, you will be well-equipped for the workplace.
Be better prepared for a career in the property sector. Possess the negotiation skills to successfully collaborate with architects, planners, development financiers, and landowners. And know how new property is conceived, evaluated and developed to take advantage of evolving opportunities in urban development.
Double masters programs
* The University of Adelaide is the only institution in South Australia to offer a double degree pathway at Masters level. Completing the double Masters requires only one extra year of study, and qualifies you in two disciplines.
Interested in becoming a research student?
The School of Architecture and Built Environment offers research degrees at both the masters and doctorate levels: the Master of Philosophy (MPhil) and the Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD). We are committed to research excellence within two streams, humanism and sustainability.