|SDES||501||Visual Communication and Presentation*|
|SDES||502||The Human Factor, Design Thinking*|
||503||Fundamentals of Graduate Research*|
|DMGT||740||Sustainable Practices in Design
|IDUS||711||Methods of Contextual Research|
|SUST||704||Applied Theories in Sustainability
|SUST||708||Principles of Sustainable Materials|
|SUST||713||Interdisciplinary Studio I|
|SUST||748||Design for Sustainability M.A. Final Project|
|-||500- to 700-level Elective
|Total Course of Study||45 hours*|
* Intensive coursework may be assigned upon admission.
† Choose from the following: ANTH 701 Global Cultural Theory, ARCH 721 Landscape Design for Urban Design, ARCH 730 Architecture Design Management, ARCH 760 Sustainable Design, ARCH 765 Emerging Urban Issues, ARLH 745 American Vernacular Architecture, ARLH 763 World Vernacular Architecture, DMGT 702 History and Interpretation of Innovation, DMGT 720 Design Innovation Development and Marketing Strategies, DMGT 747 Collaboration at a Distance, FIBR 728 Structural Materials and Processes, FIBR 738 Contemporary Theory in Fibers, FURN 710 Issues in Furniture Design, GRDS 726 The Role of Graphic Design in Social Awareness, HIPR 701 Preservation History and Theory, HIPR 704 Preservation Economics and Development, HIPR 709 Conservation Science and Preservation Technology, HIPR 716 Building Assessment Strategies I, HIPR 721 Preservation Planning in the Built Environment, HIPR 726 Revitalizing Downtowns, HIPR 734 Preservation Rehabilitation, HIPR 751 Building Assessment Strategies II, IDUS 733 Entrepreneurship for Design, INDS 721 Emerging Interior Materials, MTJW 705 Technical Research for Metals and Jewelry, MTJW 724 Contemporary Issues in Metals and Jewelry, URBA 705 Political Economy of Urbanization, URBA 739 Economics of Urban and Regional Development.
Consult your faculty adviser in selecting elective courses.
Course numbers and titles are subject to change.