Architecture is the conceptualisation and design of individual buildings and urban landscapes in response to existing and emerging economic, technical and social needs. The two co-requisite majors in Architecture (Architecture A and Architecture B) prepare you for postgraduate studies by introducing you to a range of technologies and production methods in a manner that encourages you to imagine a range of design outcomes and their applications. You'll be introduced to a range of different technologies and production methods to create drawings, models and prototypes. You'll also make investigations into design communication, sustainable design and relevant historical, theoretical and ethical aspects of architecture. At the end of your degree you'll be able to use your facility for creative and rational inquiry to analyse and provide solutions to design problems.