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The course develops the knowledge, understanding and skills of the architectural graduate, and acknowledges learning during the period of practical training, assuming that the student will be self-motivated, and have the desire to develop specialised areas of expertise. As a significant number of modules are at level 7 (postgraduate), the development of independent learning and advanced skills in the analysis, synthesis and evaluation of complex issues are fundamental to the programme philosophy. The programme develops understanding and ability in complex design issues, underpinned by studies in critical theory, urban design, technology and environment, architectural communications, and management practice and law. It develops the approach of the School?s undergraduate degree in Architecture by making an appreciation of context, and an understanding of management in the design process, key constituents of design project work. There is also the opportunity for the graduate student to draw on the expertise of the wider School of the Built Environment in the development of a specialism. Students are encouraged to maintain links with practice, and develop an appropriate dialogue in gathering and developing material for projects and assignments.

The course develops the knowledge, understanding and skills of the architectural graduate, and acknowledges learning during the period of practical training, assuming that the student will be self-motivated, and have the desire to develop specialised areas of expertise. As a significant number of modules are at level 7 (postgraduate), the development of independent learning and advanced skills in...

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