MArch in Architecture and Town Planning (RIBA Part 2 & RTPI) - Sheffield - South Yorkshire - University of Sheffield - I18008

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MArch in Architecture and Town Planning (RIBA Part 2 & RTPI)
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Objectives:
The course leads to dual professional accreditation as an architect and town planner and is presently recognised by the RTPI, validated by the RIBA at Part 2 level and prescribed by ARB.
Entry Requirements:
Entry qualifications BA in Architecture, 2:1 or equivalent, from a RIBA/ARB approved institution and one year in practice. Applicants should have RIBA Part 1 or equivalent.
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MArch in Architecture and Town Planning (RIBA Part 2 & RTPI)
Course Description:
Course content

-Range of themed design-based studios dedicated to specific areas of practice and/or research,
-Compulsory courses in town planning, humanities, management and building sciences.
-Integrated Town and Regional Planning project.
-Students expecting to qualify as architects produce at least one comprehensive design project.

Teaching
Design teaching is based on a studio system, with a range of options on offer, each research led.

Staff from Architecture and Town and Regional Planning run programmes linking lecture courses, studio work and research.
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