MC193 - Master of Urban Design

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Plan: MC193 - Master of Urban Design
Campus: City Campus

Learning outcomes

Program Learning Outcomes Statement

This program will provide you with advanced design, communication and collaboration skills necessary to practice in the multidisciplinary and globally-connected environment of urban design.  The RMIT ‘Urban Suite’ structure aims to develop advanced integrative design skills and provide specialised expertise in complex urban systems, applicable to design practice.

As a graduate of this program you will be able to:

    • Apply advanced design skills to generate and evaluate complex urban projects at a range of scales and sites, creatively incorporating specialised economic, regulatory and demographic data through design
    • Apply local and global knowledge of contemporary urbanism to professional urban design practice, with particular expertise in Vietnam and Spain.
    • Demonstrate and advance innovative approaches to urban design practice and multidisciplinary collaboration
    • Communicate, present and substantiate urban design proposals to academic, public and professional audiences through a range of media
    • Identify, evaluate and communicate advanced principles and practices in urban design history and contemporary urban theory
    • Contribute to public discourse of urban design practice, including assessment and critique of urban environments and future strategies
    • Provide leadership skills in your field and profession of urban design
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