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Master of Architecture (Professional) and Heritage Conservation

  • Masters (Coursework)

The Master of Architecture (Professional) and Heritage Conservation (MArch(Prof)HerCons) will give you a sound platform for the realities of contemporary practice.

Key details

Degree Type
Masters (Coursework)
Duration
30 months full-time
Study Mode
In person
Intake Months
Mar, Feb
Domestic Fees
$8,681 per year

About this course

The Master of Architecture (Professional) and Heritage Conservation (MArch(Prof)HerCons) will give you a sound platform for the realities of contemporary practice. In less time than it takes to complete both degrees separately, you will gain the qualification necessary to practice as a professional architect*, as well as develop the skills and knowledge to assess, value and work with heritage buildings. This programme is professionally accredited, recognised by the New Zealand Registered Architects Board (NZRAB), the New Zealand Institute of Architects (NZIA) and the Commonwealth Association of Architects (CAA). *If you wish to become a practising architect, you must complete this programme (or any of our MArch(Prof) programmes) as well as additional requirements from the registration boards.

Study locations

City

Course structure

This programme combines courses from both standalone masters programmes.

Through taught seminars and studios, you will further your design and theoretical skills, as well as learning how to accurately assess the condition of buildings and how they can be preserved or adapted. You will be able to explore areas of interest and submit a design thesis of personal research.

Seminars and assessment critiques are often led by leading practitioners, giving you the chance to network and gain valuable insight into the profession.

Core courses: 150 points Elective courses: 30 points Thesis: 120 points