Architecture and Planning offer nationally and internationally accredited degree programmes which give graduates access to career opportunities in many built environment professions.

These include:

  • architecture
  • conservation
  • landscape architecture
  • city and regional planning

Staff and students frequently win local and international awards for their work. The school is renowned for attracting a broad cross-section of students and teachers. By addressing the unique challenges facing the development, planning and design challenges within a southern African context, the school makes an ongoing contribution to the global architectural, landscape and planning knowledge base.

Geomatics is both an applied science and a professional discipline. It involves an integrated approach to measurement, analysis, management and display of spatial data. Geomatics professionals use the latest satellite, laser, acoustic, and information technology and are continually branching into new challenging ways areas of specialisation.

Career opportunities exist in both government and private practice for graduates in the fields of surveying, land administration, geographic information science, software development, environmental science, photogrammerty, remote sensing, and other spatial sciences.

For detailed information please visit the School of Architecture, Planning and Geomatics website.