The Bachelor of Architecture and Environments will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of the built environment. You'll learn how different disciplines interact; from design and architecture to urban planning, sustainability, building systems, and construction.
Throughout the program, you'll focus on real-world challenges and emerging technologies in design, construction, and urban planning. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to gain valuable practical experience through diverse projects, workshops and site visits, culminating with a capstone design studio in your final year. This blend of theory with hands-on practice will encourage you to think critically, collaborate, and innovate.
Upon graduation, you will understand how the fields of architecture, design, planning, and architectural science interconnect. You will also be able to integrate practical skills and theory to solve real-world issues, and address historical, cultural, environmental and social issues in the design process. These essential skills will leave you prepared to meet the evolving challenges of the industry.
This degree will equip you with a diverse skillset relevant to multiple sectors within the built environment. Graduates can venture into fields such as architecture, urban design, sustainability consulting, property development, engineering, and construction management.
Many graduates choose to further their studies through postgraduate programs or pursue specialised master's degrees in fields like architecture, urban planning, or sustainable design.
The University of Sydney is renowned for educational excellence and our commitment to sustainability. We are ranked among the top 20 universities globally*.
With world-class teachers and researchers, our students benefit from their industry leading knowledge and cutting-edge practices. Our school is home to exceptional facilities, including state-of-the-art laboratories, studio spaces and one of Australia’s best-equipped fabrication and prototyping labs
You will learn in a vibrant studio culture, complemented by opportunites to engage in exhibitions, industry internships and international exchange to further broaden your thinking as a design professional.
*QS World University Rankings 2024
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