[ResM Architecture] Research Masters in Architecture at Plymouth University:
- is a Masters degree that gives you the opportunity to pursue your own architectural interests in more depth, to explore new fields of research and to examine the theories and debates current in the field of architecture to open up alternative routes for your future to the professional route as an architect.
- is achieved by researching, thinking and interpreting a subject within your chosen field of architecture in depth; by written thesis, experiential writing, field studies, exhibitions, photography or design project…
How it works?
You will be part of an active research environment supported by a supervisory team for the length of your study. Culture | Theory | Space Research Group offers a range of topics: Critical Theory, Urbanism and Sociology, Spatial-Techno Practice, and others.
Details of Programme:
The programme allows for Full-time 18 months or Part-time 24 months options. You will be undertaking 3 modules:
Re-Thinking Architecture: Critical and current debates in architecture [30 credits]
Research skills in the arts and humanities [30 credits]
MASTERS Thesis [120 credits]
We will consider some of the current critical debates and concepts in architectural theory and we will consider some of the current critical debates and concepts in architectural theory and praxis.
Culture|Theory|Space Research Group expertise [CTS]
Urbanisation, Post|Re-Industrialisation, Cities
Digital Media and Technologies, Networks, Contemporary Alternative Architectural Praxis
Counter Culture, Identity, Social|Spatial Theory
Applications are open now through to August: send me an e-mail if you are interested!
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