Bachelor of Architectural Technology

Course summary for current students

Award granted Bachelor of Architectural Technology
Campus

The Gordon – East Geelong Campus/Deakin University – Waterfront (Geelong)

Cloud (online)No
Duration3 years full-time or part-time equivalent
CRICOS course code081313A
Deakin course codeS304

(Students commence this course at The Gordon in East Geelong and then complete the requirements of the course at Deakin University‘s Waterfront (Geelong))

Course sub-headings

Course overview

The Bachelor of Architectural Technology is a unique offering from Deakin University’s School of Architecture and Built Environment and The Gordon’s Advanced Design and Building department.

The course is designed to provide you with practical skills as well as theoretical knowledge. Your studies at The Gordon will provide you with a combination of theory and hands-on skills, including field trips and your final year at Deakin will enhance your studies with a focus on theoretical learning. This blend of knowledge will help you, as a graduate, play a pivotal role in the construction phase of project delivery in collaboration with other professional disciplines in the built environment sector.

As a graduate of the Bachelor of Architectural Technology, you will be a professionally qualified architectural technologist. You will have developed diverse and practical skills, giving you the capability to be involved in commercial, industrial or domestic projects covering the full scope of construction, from new work, renovations and alterations to fit out, refurbishment and retrofit.

This is a 24-credit-point course studied concurrently through Deakin and The Gordon in East Geelong. Ten credit points of university studies are undertaken at Deakin concurrently with the equivalent of 14 credit points at The Gordon. You will commence your first year studies at The Gordon in February. Under normal, full-time progression, second year studies are undertaken concurrently at The Gordon and Deakin, and third year studies are undertaken at Deakin. As the course is delivered by two institutions, start and end dates for study periods will vary. Please expect classes to commence early February.

Units in the course may include assessment hurdle requirements.

Fees and charges

Fees for the three year Program will be administered under the following arrangements:

  • In the first year

- The Gordon will invoice students for the annual course fee for the Gordon Units (the fee will include the costs of excursions, materials and equipment required by students in the Gordon Units);

- No fee is payable to Deakin University

  • In the second year, The Gordon will invoice students for The Gordon Units taken and Deakin will invoice students for the Deakin Units taken.
  • In the third year, Deakin will invoice students for the Deakin Units.

Course rules

The course comprises 24 credit points, which must include the following:

  • equivalent of 14 credit points from units undertaken at The Gordon’s East Geelong Campus;
  • equivalent of 10 credit points from units undertaken at Deakin University including:

SRA010Safety Induction Program

SRM281Project Management 2

SRM261Contract Administration 2

SRC362Project Documentation

SRT358Building Environmental Services

SRD264Studio 04: Publicscapes

SRT351Construction and Structures 3

SRR311Built Environment Research Project

Plus two level 3 electives

Note: you must complete the requirements of The Gordon component within years one and two of enrolment while completing 2 credit points of study at Deakin in the second year as a campus student. You will complete a further 8 credit points of study as a campus student at Deakin in your third year of study.

 

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