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Diploma of Built Environment Units (Stage 1)

  • Diploma

The Diploma of Built Environment provides entry into four different career paths: Architectural Science, Interior Architecture, Construction Management, Urban & Regional Planning

Key details

Degree Type
8 - 12 months full-time
Course Code
Study Mode
In person
Intake Months
Feb, Jun, Oct
Domestic Fees
$15,000 per year / $15,000 total
International Fees
$24,600 per year / $24,600 total

About this course

The Diploma of Built Environment provides entry into four different career paths:

  • Architectural Science
    Learn about building design and construction. Discover how architecture relates to people and how they live. Learn about the communication of architectural ideas.
  • Interior Architecture
    Learn how to design quality environments and coordinate the design and construction of  building interiors for a diverse range of environments.
  • Construction Management
    Learn how physical elements create a structure, calculate construction costs and manage construction projects.
  • Urban & Regional Planning
    Get accreditation from the Planning Institute of Australia. Discover how to address environmental, social and design issues concerning the community

Entry requirements

Year 11 with 50%

Course structure

  • 5
  • 3
  • 8

ore Units

  • Academic Communication Skills
  • Academic Research and Writing
  • Design Skills (Replace with Essential Mathematics for Construction Management)*
  • Information & Media Technologies
  • Introduction to Design Computing

Elective Units (Select 3)

  • Accounting
  • Chemistry
  • Design Skills*
  • Economics
  • Essential Mathematics*
  • Human Biology
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Media, Culture & Communications
  • Physics
  • Programming
  • Project Management
  • Technical Mathematics

How to apply

There are 4 ways to submit your application to Curtin College.

  1. Apply online.
  2. Apply via an agent in your country.
  3. Apply in person at Curtin College Perth.
  4. Apply via post/paper application.

All applications will require that you attach copies of your supporting documentation, such as your academic transcripts (translated if not in English), English test results (if English is not your first language) and proof of identification.

The date of your application is the date that we receive it.

If your application is successful you will receive a Letter of Offer confirming which course has been offered, the fees payable, conditions to be met (if any), orientation details and the start date of your course.

You must then follow these instructions to accept your offer.

Please note, online applications attract priority processing and are the quickest way for you to receive your offer.