BA (Hons) Architecture

Duration: 3 years

Course details

The BA Hons Architecture program is a first step in a professional career in architecture. The program offers students a range of approaches to architectural design through studio-based tutorial groups or units. Each unit explores a different aspect of architectural design, ranging from new technologies, emerging social conditions and contemporary cultural contexts, to more abstract aesthetic and theoretical concerns.


Year 1

  • A History of Architecture

  • Design, Materials and Fabrication

  • Introduction to Design and Skills

  • Introduction to Technical Studies

Year 2

  • Architectural History and Urbanism

  • Design and Detail

  • Design and the Environment

  • Site Diary

Year 3

  • Design and Technical Exploration

  • Illustrated Research Essay

  • Major Design Project

  • Preparing for Practice

Entry requirements

  • 128 UCAS points from A-levels or BTEC/National Diploma, DVCE or Advanced GNVQ grades, or equivalent qualifications
  • A minimum of five GCSEs, including mathematics and English, at grade C or above also Art and Design is generally a required subject at GCSE and/or GCE level 

Career possibilities

Graduating with this degree provides you with the core knowledge and skills needed to work in fields such as interior design, urban design and planning. You’ll leave with a high-quality portfolio of work, an understanding of relevant cultural and social issues, and the research, design, making and presentation skills valued in many design-related professions.

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