Auburn’s School of Industrial + Graphic Design is recognized for its studio-based and industry-sponsored projects, through which students delve into transportation, furniture, consumer products, exhibits and user interface.
Harvard’s graduate landscape-architecture program, offered through its School of Design, is well situated to carry through on its lofty institutional goal: “a more equitable distribution of ecological and environmental resources” for “the creation of better futures across all regions of the world.”
RISD’s Department of Interior Architecture has located itself “at the intersection of architecture, conservation and design,” where advanced studio work in adaptive reuse is carried out by undergrads and grad students alike.
In just one year, this hub for international innovators instills students with a powerful ability to apply integrated hands-on and people-centred approaches to a variety of challenges.
The School of Architecture + Planning is the crown jewel of MIT’s arts and humanities framework.
Conducted through the Faculty of Design & Dynamic Media, rigorous coursework and hands-on projects and prototyping focus on human-centered research, sustainable design, applied industry partnerships, materials research and development and contemporary theory.
The University of Manitoba’s interior design degree, offered through the Faculty of Architecture, stands out as the only masters-level program in Canada with Council for Interior Design accreditation.
Based out of a brand-new, state-of-the art “design studio suite,” this respected program, offered through the university’s School of Design, awards two degrees in Design for Interactions.
Founded in 1999, the School of Industrial Design at this huge Malmo-area university is designed to be “globally relevant without loosing its Scandinavian roots.”
The programs offered through Cornell’s College of Architecture, Art and Planning celebrate architecture as a key tool, both creative and potent, for bettering the world.
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