Explore our postgraduate courses
Our diverse and flexible range of architecture and the built environment postgraduate courses means you can put your passion to work by while gaining the skills, knowledge and experience to develop your passion into a meaningful career.
Why study postgraduate architecture and the built environment at Curtin?
Learn from experts
Our academics are also practitioners in their field of study, with many years of real-world experience.
Benefit from our connections to prominent industry partners, including global practices like HASSELL.
Curtin is ranked in the top 100 universities in the world for architecture and built environment
QS World University Rankings by subject 2022
Many of our courses are recognised by respected professional accreditation bodies, that allow you to gain accreditation when you graduate.
Master of Architecture
This course is accredited in Western Australia by the Architects Board of Western Australia and the Australian Institute of Architects WA.
Master of Urban and Regional Planning
This course is accredited in Australia by the Planning Institute of Australia.
Emad Sultan, Master of Architecture graduate
The Master course allows you to experience projects that are happening in the real world, so it’s relevant and relatable. Being able to engage with professionals during final review sessions has been one of the best experiences for me, as well as the extra-curricular activities for students.
Discover the new home of design and built environment
The School of Design and the Built Environment has an amazing new home on campus. Located in the Exchange Precinct, building 418 is a contemporary learning space, equipped with the latest tech in assembly and prototyping to bring your designs to life. For its environmentally sustainable design, it was awarded a 6 star rating, placing it among the most efficient buildings in Australia. With new study areas and Tucker Fresh IGA next door, 418 might just be your favourite spot to spend time on campus.
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