Architecture Courses

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Help shape the world around you with the Master of Urban Planning from UTS Online.  View course information
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Gain a practical approach to urban design with UTS Online Master of Urban Design.  View course information
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Gain the foundations to shape urban environments with the Graduate Certificate in Urban Planning and Design from UTS Online.  View course information
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About Architecture

Architecture is an industry that combines creativity with practicality. It involves not only building construction, but design and planning as well. Architects build for functionality and context, using the landscape and environment around each structure to create stunning and sustainable designs.

If you are interested in pursuing a career in architecture, there is a range of online courses to help you lay the foundations to your dream job. Your choice of course will depend on what sort of roles you are looking to get into.

For example, if you have not studied architecture before and are seeking to get into the field, you can study a degree in applied science that focuses on architectural science. This course will provide you with the skills for architectural specialties such as urban design, environmental research, building conservation, heritage preservation and community development.

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