Our ACAHUCH researchers are actively involved in teaching across the undergraduate and graduate programs here at the Faculty.
The Master of Urban and Cultural Heritage (MUCH) is an industry-focused, cross-disciplinary program open to graduates who are passionate about the social and cultural dimensions of the built environment in the twenty-first century.
The program focuses on heritage in a global context, with key features including the exploration of new approaches to digital technologies and heritage, issues of heritage significance as well as the social and economic impact of cultural heritage in relation to reconstruction and across the tourism industry.
Graduate profile: Amanda Valenzuela Pallamar
What was your favourite subject in the program to date and why?
I loved “Representing and Remembering place”. It was a very interesting subject that allowed me to look into the concept of “place” from so many different perspectives.
What attracted you to the Melbourne School of Design?
I wanted a Master that combined strong practical and theoretical approaches to heritage and doing research about the different Master programs the one that MSD had to offer was the most attractive one.
So far, what are the most valuable skills that you have learnt?
The most important skill the Master has given me has been to be critical, reflective and to understand the complexity of the concept of “heritage” today.
Many of our researchers offer PhD supervision across a broad range of research areas. Get in touch to enquire about supervision opportunities.