Be the architect of your career
How do you design a building that commands the city skyline while remaining carbon neutral? And what’s the key to coordinating a construction project on a tight budget? Our architecture and construction management courses teach you to find creative solutions to these questions and more. From day one you'll be drawing and building models through to digital design and communication. Best of all, you’ll be guided by passionate teachers who empower you to turn your big ideas into the homes, buildings and cities of the future.
Courses within Architecture and construction management
Bachelor of Construction Management (Honours)
Bachelor of Construction Management (Honours)/Bachelor of Property and Real Estate
Bachelor of Design (Architecture)
Bachelor of Design (Architecture)/Bachelor of Construction Management (Honours)
Studies to inspire and create
Learn from our award winning lecturers, teaching from a unique and innovative course. Plus, use cutting-edge facilities in an inspiring, heritage listed, award-winning building. Graduate ready for work, or set to take on a higher degree by research.
Be inspired by your study environment every day. Deakin's Geelong Waterfront Campus has won three Australian Institute of Architects awards. Our contemporary a+b design studio offers access to a variety of digital and analogue tools so you can experiment with technology, materials and processes.
Our architecture students work closely with our construction management students, gaining a unique understanding of both disciplines. These insights into each other’s work are invaluable when our students graduate, and begin to communicate, liaise and work together in the fields of construction and architecture.
Research with us
Many of our staff are active researchers, publish widely and have extensive industry connections. Integral Design Futures (IDF) is our holistic interdisciplinary research framework, which seeks to address issues facing the built environment from multiple viewpoints.
Many of our prize-winning lecturers have developed innovative teaching models specific to architecture and construction management education. Learning from the best will give you an opportunity to gain an education that sets you apart from other graduates.
What's it like to study architecture and construction management at Deakin?
Deakin Webinar Series: Creativity and your career in architecture and construction management
Are you creative? Do you have a passion for drawing and designing our future buildings and cities? Deakin's Bachelor of Design (Architecture)/Bachelor of Construction Management (Honours) can equip you to translate your vision into reality.
Study architecture and construction management at Deakin University
Follow two students as they reveal their passion for architecture and construction management, the inspiring and cutting-edge Geelong Waterfront Campus, and the benefits of the unique combined degree.
Discover why our students love studying in Geelong
Study architecture and construction management in Geelong's inspiring coastal location. Immerse yourself in a UNESCO city of design, with renowned lecturers, cutting-edge facilities and innovative architecture.
Travelling to Indonesia on a design study tour has been the highlight of my time at Deakin.
Master of Architecture and Bachelor of Design (Architecture)
Learn more about Aspin's experiences
'I chose as part of my studies to do a study tour to Indonesia where students engage in an intensive design studio with international students at an international university.
The teaching staff within the school come from diverse backgrounds both architecturally and culturally. Learning about the differences within the field and the opportunities available to students overseas as well as within Australia further enhances our experience. I have had countless positive experiences with staff at Deakin. The effort and care some staff put into their subjects, but also relationships with their students is incredible.
As much as I detest the word, studying architecture is a 'journey' and you learn a lot about who you are as a designer but also who you are as a person. My architectural studies have forced me to question what I believe in, my ethical position, what jobs I may or may not be willing to work on in the future, what my motivations are behind studying and engaging with the field, and where I want my relationship with architecture to take me.'
*ARWU Rankings 2019