1. Develop an understanding of cities and urban form, their morphology, scale, components, and interactions and the reasons for differences between urban conditions and a
methodology for conceiving of architectural and urban design activity through research, application of urban design theory and analysis. 2. Develop an appreciation of the social, cultural, historical, environmental, economic and political diversity of cities associated with global urbanisation, as the context within which design should be produced. 3. Demonstrate understanding and application of parametric design methods for people focused cities, urban design and form, planning and transport systems. 4. Develop verbal presentation skills combined with 2D and 3D communication techniques 5. Ability to work collaboratively and contribute constructively to a team environment.