Info Session: Master of Architecture
Always aspired to be an architect? Now you can make it happen. Join Professor Naomi Stead, Head of Monash Architecture for this free information session on our 3-year or 2-year year entry into the Master of Architecture.
Our 3-year entry into the Master of Architecture is open to graduates with any Australian Bachelor degree (or equivalent). This course is suitable for people looking to enhance their qualifications or make a career change.
We’ll also provide information on the 2-year Master entry which is for architectural undergraduates looking to complete their Master qualification. Afterwards in an open Q&A, you’ll be able to ask any questions you have on studying the Master of Architecture at Monash. The Master of Architecture is the professional qualification required for registration as an Architect.
NOTE: CSP places are available for eligible Australian citizens. Classes commence in early 2021.
About us - Monash University Architecture
Dr Naomi Stead is Professor of Architecture in the Department of Architecture at Monash University, Research Leader at Hayball and an Adjunct Professor in the School of Architecture at the University of Queensland. Her research interests lie broadly in the architectural humanities and the cultural studies of architecture: in its cultures of production, reproduction, mediation and reception.
Architecture at Monash focuses on the bigger picture. We see architecture, urban design, and urban planning as an integrated whole. We understand buildings within their larger urban or regional environment, and consider cities in the context of a changing planet.