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|Award title||Master of Architectural Engineering|
|Year & campus||2017 — Parkville|
|Fees information||Subject EFTSL, level, discipline and census date|
|Study level & type||Graduate Coursework|
|Duration & credit points||450 points taken over 42 months full time or 84 months part time|
The Master of Architectural Engineering will produce graduates with a capacity to operate across the complementary disciplines of Architecture and Engineering. This program is distinct in its ambition to achieve dual accreditation and provide pathways to both professions.
Master of Architectural Engineering students will be taught by staff from the Melbourne School of Engineering and the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning. The two main areas of study will be investigated via discipline¬ based subjects, while the linkages between the two will be explored via a dedicated architectural engineering capstone/thesis subject.
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.
Note: All students will enter the course with 100 points advanced standing for either the architecture or engineering first year sequence of subjects (depending on their background). i.e. Engineering graduates will be granted advanced standing for the engineering first year subjects; Architecture graduates will be granted advanced standing for the architecture first year subjects.