Bachelor of Design (Honours)
Advance your design knowledge and understanding by developing a significant practice-led research project in the Bachelor of Design (Honours). Access leading research labs and a selective professional placement program to explore the potential of contemporary design.
Bachelor of Architectural Studies
Learn how to design buildings and their settings to meet the needs of individuals and communities, taking sustainability, culture and economy into consideration. Lectures and design studio sessions cover architectural design, architectural communications, architectural history and theory, architectural science, the environment and technologies, and architectural construction and structures.
Master of City Planning
The Master of City Planning at UNSW is a two-year, professionally accredited postgraduate degree that allows you to bring experience from previous study to launch a career in urban and regional planning. City planning is an exciting, varied and progressive profession that plays a pivotal role in decisions shaping the future of cities and regions. Through a career in planning, you’ll improve lives by designing cities that are sustainable, equitable, healthy and inspiring.
Master of Landscape Architecture
As a Registered Landscape Architect, your professional practice will combine art and science to plan, design and manage landscapes that conserve and celebrate ecology and cultural values. You’ll be equipped to work with cities and communities around the world, designing open spaces in response to issues such as urbanisation, migration, sustainability and climate change.