Description

This course will enable students to challenge current and prevailing digital orthodoxy in the built environment and determine strategies to future-proof design and construction processes. You’ll acquire the digital theoretical, multi-disciplinary, technology and design management skills to become leaders in the field of digital architecture and construction.

The course focuses on the knowledge, methodologies and reasoning behind software, preparing you to adapt to any existing or emerging software and technology in the architecture and construction industries. This includes our key specialisms including computational design, parametric modelling, mixed-reality, building information modelling (BIM), building performance analysis, historical building information modelling (HBIM), rapid prototyping, and sustainability.

Who is this course designed for?

This course is aimed at graduates or professionals pursuing a career in architectural technology. It’s suitable for those from a range of built environment disciplines, including, but not limited to, architecture, architectural technology, interior design, construction, surveying and civil engineering, who are looking to study a technical programme on route to industry or MPhil/PhD study.

Study Details:

MSc 1 year full-time

Module Details:

• Digital Architecture and Construction (20 credits)
• Collaborative BIM (20 credits)
• Applied Research (20 credits)
• Computational Design (20 credits)
• Building Performance (20 credits)
• Law of Digital Practice (20 credits)
• Dissertation / Applied Research (60 credits)

Student Destinations

NTU has an outstanding reputation for producing highly employable architecture graduates from all disciplines.

All of our courses has been designed to maximise the employability prospects of our graduates, equipping you with professional skills as well as enhancing and developing your design skills, technical knowledge and ability to communicate your ideas.

Fees

Home (UK/EU students) £8,000 International £14,500

Entry Requirements

Applying with prior qualifications

  • 2:2 honours degree in a relevant architecture or construction-related subject including, but not limited to, architecture, architectural technology, interior design, construction management, surveying and civil engineering.

Work submission

If your initial application is successful, you’ll be asked to submit a digital design portfolio of your work to the University.

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