About the Course

This course will develop a new breed of future-ready architectural designers and technologists who can meet the demand for the growing multi-disciplinary applications in the built environment. They will have sound grounding in architectural design, and are also adept at the use of technologies for sustainable architectural and urban solutions. As designers and technologists, they will be equipped with multi-disciplinary skillsets to meet the manpower needs in areas including architecture, construction, green and smart building development, urban design/planning and real estate development.

What You'll Study

  • Career Prospects

    Graduates can expect exciting career opportunities with good prospects in various career progression tracks such as:

    • Architectural Designer/Technologist → Senior Architectural Designer/Technologist → Senior Architectural Executive
    • BIM Coordinator → BIM Manager → Project Manager
    • Architectural Coordinator → Construction Model Manager → Construction Manager


    “The curriculum will expand the manpower pipeline for the built environment industry who have the skills and versatility to support design companies like ONG&ONG. Finding talent at the appropriate levels locally for an architectural designer who are hands-on, technology driven and versatile in supporting integrative solutions for different clients and design briefs as part of our business has not been easy. This programme offers a professional niche where these graduates can develop their careers.”

    Mr Tai Lee Siang 
    President, Singapore Green Building Council
    Chair, World Green Building Council
    President, Design Business Chamber Singapore


  • Further Studies

    Graduates can pursue studies in relevant undergraduate programmes offered by both local and overseas universities. Specifically, graduates can pursue their studies in the field of architectural studies, interior architecture, green architecture, urban planning or urban design. Locally, SUTD and NUS offer the Bachelor of Science (Architecture and Sustainable Design) and the Bachelor of Arts (Architecture) respectively as undergraduate programmes. A variety of undergraduate programmes in urban design, urban planning, architectural design and architectural technology can be found in foreign universities.



    • National University of Singapore (NUS)
    • Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD)



    • Curtin University
    • Queensland University of Technology
    • RMIT University of Technology
    • University of Canberra
    • University of New South Wales


    United Kingdom

    • Architectural Association School of Architecture, London
    • Manchester University
    • Sheffield University