The BSc Architecture degree is primarily intended for students wishing to pursue a career as a professional architect, and covers the cover disciplines of architectural design, history & theory, professional studies and technology.
Successful completion of the BSc Architecture leads to exemption from Part 1 of the Architects Registration Board (ARB) and Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) examinations.
BSc Architectural & Interdisciplinary Studies introduces students to key architectural ideas and spatial strategies through core courses, some of which are shared with BSc Architecture (ARB/RIBA Part 1). As of 2013-4, this programme will be offered from Year 1, although it will continue to be available as a transfer option for 2nd and 3rd year BSc Architecture students within The Bartlett.
The programme equips students with skills to practice architecture but, as importantly, an understanding of the technological, professional, cultural and architectural contexts.
This new programme addresses architectural space from an interdisciplinary perspective and explores alternative approaches to architectural design and creative practice.
This new four-year integrated Masters in Engineering and Architectural Design aims to challenge students to develop a critical, independent, experimental and technically rigorous approach to architectural, environmental and structural design and engineering in buildings.