Built Environment is centred on a transdisciplinary approach that mixes property economics, construction management, planning, property development and project management disciplines.
Our students are actively engaged with constructing, valuing and managing the built environment.
At the forefront of industry trends, the Master of Project Management now offers sub-majors in Business, IT, Engineering, or a pure Project Management postgraduate degree.
With a focus on rigor and excellence, the program incorporates project complexity, program management, governance, reflective practice and leadership into its subject offerings.
Research at the School of the Built Environment is strongly focused on managing economically and environmentally sustainable urban environments, with specific expertise in water and energy use, public transport, affordability and accessibility, and planning.
Our research is driven by dedicated staff and adjunct professors, who ensure our work is relevant to the contemporary built environment.