Adelaide University School of Architecture Landscape Architecture and Urban Design

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The School of Architecture Landscape Architecture and Urban Design (SALUD) is part of The University of Adelaide and was founded in 1958, 84 years after the establishment of the university. The school is contained within the faculty of the professions.

Programs

The school teaches a three year undergraduate Bachelor degree in Architectural Design and two year professional masters courses in Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Digital Media and Urban Design respectively. The current acting head of school is Sam Ridgway.

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