Sustainable Built Environment

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Graduate Diploma in Sustainable Built Environment

What is the Graduate Diploma in Sustainable Built Environment?

The graduate diploma in sustainable built environment consists of four core courses and 24 UOC of electives totalling 48 units of credit.

The Graduate Diploma in Sustainable Built Environment is an advanced interdisciplinary coursework program which enables you to develop and consolidate your knowledge and skills in the application of the principals of sustainable development to the planning, design, construction and management of the built environment from “room to region”.

This program responds to the increasing demand for built environment professionals to meet the growing challenges of sustainable development in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region.

This program is also in response to the expansion of specialised career opportunities in the public and private sectors.

The graduate diploma in sustainable built environment consists of four core courses and 24 UOC of electives totalling 48 units of credit. Please refer to UNSW handbook for core and elective courses.

Admission requirements

Admission to the Graduate Diploma is available to students with a three year Bachelor degree or equivalent from a recognised tertiary institution in any relevant Built Environment disciplines such as architecture, planning, urban design, as well as areas such as environmental science and engineering.

Applicants will be required to undertake an interview process as part of their application for entry in the program.

This program is a pathway to the Master of Sustainable Built Environment.

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