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Postgraduate Courses

Architecture, Construction and Surveying - Postgraduate

Whatever your career goal, our postgraduate architecture, construction and surveying degrees will help you build the expertise that employers are looking for.

Whether you are a recent graduate, are looking to retrain or advance your career, we will have a postgraduate course for you. We are passionate about producing graduates who not only have the expert knowledge, but also the skills to apply it appropriately and creatively. As a postgraduate student of RGU, you will find our architecture, construction and surveying courses will increase your knowledge, skills and expertise, setting you up to work within a competitive market.

PgCert | PgDip | MSc Advanced Architectural Design

PgCert | PgDip | MSc

The MSc Advanced Architectural Design degree at Robert Gordon University is a 12-month research-led course, designed to equip you to play a lead role in the future design and construction of our buildings, cities and rural communities. It will provide you with the knowledge and skills to develop innovative yet contextually appropriate solutions to challenges of major consequence and complexity.

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Master of

Our RIBA and ARB accredited Master of Architecture Part 2 course will provide you with the opportunity to develop personal interests around three thematically distinct ‘Units’. You will develop your professional knowledge and skills through extended research-led projects, which you will work on individually and as part of a group.

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PgCert | PgDip | MSc

This fully accredited MSc Construction Project Management degree will develop your technical, managerial and interpersonal skills necessary for the management of complex construction projects. This industry-driven course equips you with the competencies needed to meet the challenges of today’s technologies, working relationships and project-related risks.

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