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Programme: MLArch

Code Faculty Department
12252029 Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology Department: Architecture
Credits Duration NQF level
Minimum duration of study: 1 year Total credits: 180 NQF level:  09

Programme information

A student must by means of a dissertation in a field of study as approved by the Department prove that he or she is capable of planning, instituting and executing a scientific investigation.

Refer also to G31 –G41.

Admission requirements

  1. BScHons degree in:
  • Architecture or
  • Landscape Architecture or
  • Interior Architecture or
  • An associated field such as urban design, civil engineering, planning, construction, geography, visual arts or ecology and weighted average of at least 60% at final-year level or equivalent bachelor’s degree with completed supplementary modules relevant to the study field at honours-level to the equivalent of 180 credits and weighted average of at least 60% at final-year level

    2.  Comprehensive intellectual CV

Examinations and pass requirements

After a minimum of one year of registration the student submits a dissertation for examination and takes an oral examination of the dissertation in the related field of study.

The Master of Landscape Architecture degree is conferred on a student who has obtained a minimum of 50% for both the dissertation and oral examination.

Research information

General Academic Regulation G39.12 applies with regard to the required publication.

Pass with distinction

The Master of Landscape Architecture degree is conferred with distinction on a student obtaining a minimum of 75% in both the dissertation and the oral examination.


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