The Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology at The University of Queensland offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs across three different disciplines, which include Engineering, Physical Sciences and Architecture.
The Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology is one of seven faculties at the University of Queensland and is characterized by the quality of its graduates, its international research profile and its highly successful linkages to industry. The Faculty's schools and centres undertake teaching and research in the disciplines of engineering, physical sciences, information technology, architecture and planning. Their mission is to be the premier Australian locus for undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and training in fields of expertise of the Faculty and to be a world leader in existing and emerging Faculty research strengths. The School of Architecture is one of five Schools within the Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology (EAIT), located at The University of Queensland's main campus at St Lucia, seven kilometes from the Central Business District in a bend on the Brisbane River.
The University of Queensland offers the following architecture programs at the undergraduate level:
Bachelor of Architectural Design
Bachelor of Regional and Town Planning
As well, the Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology offers the following graduate coursework
Master of Architecture
Master of Urban and Regional Planning
Master of Integrated Water Management
Architecture graduates have the opportunity to further
their studies in areas of research via the following programs:
Master of Philosophy
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
OzTREKK Admissions Officer: Shannon Tilston