The Bachelor of Design in Architecture provides a broad design education in a studio-based environment that focuses on hands-on making and the use of state-of-the-art digital tools. The program features projects influenced by real-world scenarios, wherein students must collaborating internally and with external guests from interdisciplinary fields of expertise to develop solutions for a range of end users. In addition to practical skills and disciplinary knowledge learned through studio and seminar-based studies in design, communications, technology, history, theory, and professional studies, students acquire soft skills in collaboration, teamwork, time management, interpersonal communication, self-critique, and spatial intelligence, which is unique to an architectural education.
Content explored in this program stems from the architecture, digital media, construction, urban planning, and film disciplines, as well as University electives. Key highlights of the program include an annual all-school ‘charrette’, several off-campus study tours (including international study opportunities), a monthly international guest-lecture series, a biannual student exhibition and publication, and an internationally and nationally recognised academic staff of scholars and practitioner-teachers. Students will undertake a brief period of work-integrated learning to provide relevant industry experience prior to graduation. For more course information, visit the Bachelor of Design in Architecture at Bond Uni.