BA Architecture & Landscape

Undergraduate (RIBA Part 1)

Recognised by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), the BA Architecture & Landscape dual degree course explores the integrated design of buildings and the wider landscape environment.

What the course offers

The Dual Architecture and Landscape Architecture course offers a unique chance to study both disciplines simultaneously. The dual course is taught through a series of connected joint projects that are linked directly to the single honours programmes, ensuring that you get the very best teaching out of both disciplines whilst learning how to make the most of the shared language of design. Sustainable design is at the heart of the course, with students being able to see the holistic connections between the natural and built environment.

The dual programme is the only course of its type to be fully accredited by the RIBA, ARB and Landscape Institute, leading to validated qualifications from all three bodies. This means that graduates can choose to practice as architects, landscape architects or combine their skills as leading urban designers. The breadth of knowledge and skills gained on the dual course make graduates valued members of many practices thanks to their wide knowledge and ability to communicate clearly between disciplines.

The BA Architecture & Landscape course shares numerous modules with the BA Architecture course.