MA (Hons) Architecture in Creative and Cultural Environments is a four year programme.
Years 1 and 2 establish a knowledge base and an awareness of many of the key skills required for the study of architecture.
The main areas of study include:
During Year 1, you will take a module introducing art and design. In Year 2, you will choose an elective module from a wide range of options.
It possible to transfer into this degree from the BA/MA Architecture following successful completion of Years 1 and 2.
At this point you can choose from a wide range of Honours options to pursue particular architectural interests, including Architecture, Architectural History, History of Art and Landscape Architecture.
In the final year, you may choose an Architecture Studio module or a combination of Architectural History and outside modules, together with a dissertation.
You need 480 credits to be awarded this degree.
This article was published on Jul 8, 2011