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Curtin University

School of Built Environment

Steffen Lehmann Welcome from the Head of School,
Professor Steffen Lehmann

School of Built Environment Brochure

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Courses in the Built Environment appeal to creative people fascinated with urban life, construction, buildings and the environment, and those who have a desire to improve living conditions for all people.

The School encompasses the Departments of Construction Management, Planning and Geography, and Architecture and Interior Architecture. Built Environment also offers postgraduate research courses.

Architecture and Interior ArchitectureArchitecture

Architects design quality environments in which people live, work and play. Interior designers find creative solutions to problems relating to the function and quality of people's built environment.

Construction ManagementConstruction management

Construction Management relates explicitly to the career aspirations of students wishing to work as project managers, quantity surveyors, construction managers, estimators, administrators and building surveyors.

Urban and Regional Planning

Courses are accredited by the Planning Institute of Australia.