Master of Architectural Engineering 300 points
The Master of Architectural Engineering is a 350 point program. Students entering via an undergraduate major in architecture will initially complete an 8 subject sequence in engineering. Students entering from engineering major will complete an 8 subject sequence in architecture. At the completion of first year, both groups will commence a shared second year sequence.
Prerequisites apply for the Master of Architectural Engineering. Please see the handbook entry:
- View Master of Architectural Engineering entry in the University Handbook
For information on pathways from the Bachelor of Design to the Master of Architectural Engineering:
- View information on pathways from the Bachelor of Design.
First year: Architecture pathway
For students who have completed an undergraduate major in Architecture:
First year: Engineering pathway
For students who have completed an undergraduate major in Engineering:
Master of Architectural Engineering
After completion of the first 100 points, students from both pathways will complete identical subjects:
|CVEN90051 Civil Hydraulics|
|Winter Semester||ABPL90120 Building Sustainability (September)|
|ABPL90140 Architectural Practice||CVEN90043 Sustainable Infrastructure Engineering|
|ABPL90390 Architectural Engineering Capstone||CVEN90059 Integrated Design - Infrastructure|
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