Master of Science in Sustainable Design

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MASTER OF SCIENCE IN SUSTAINABLE DESIGN
HOW TO APPLY

This Master of Science in Sustainable Design is a non-professional research-oriented program, rather than a design-oriented program. Generally speaking, it is intended for students who wish to prepare for a related Ph.D. program, who plan to work in public policy or pursue activism related to sustainable architecture or urbanism. A background in architecture or design is desirable but not required.

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS SAMPLE CURRICULUM

PROCEDURES AND DETAILS

As part of the Master of Science in Sustainable Design degree, students must complete a Master’s Thesis:

A Master's Thesis is a demonstration of a student's ability to synthesize knowledge gained during his or her course of study, and to apply that knowledge in the writing of an analytical text grounded in evidence derived from relevant literature(s) and empirical analysis. The thesis is not a summary of existing knowledge in the field created by others, but the production of new knowledge.

THESIS PROPOSAL GUIDELINES
 

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