Master of Design for Sustainable Urban Environments—One-Year Program
The one-year Master of Design for Sustainable Urban Environments (MDes-SUEN) is open to students holding an accredited, first-professional degree in landscape architecture, architecture, planning, or urban design. The 36-credit program offers a core sequence of advanced design research studios, proseminars, and urban ecology and technology workshops complemented by interdisciplinary electives.
Complete all courses and requirements listed below unless otherwise indicated.
|SUEN 7130||Master’s Research Studio: Design and the Resilient City||6|
|SUEN 7140||Master’s Research Studio: Master’s Project||6|
|SUEN 7320||Pro-Seminar: Issues in Designed Urban Environments||4|
|or SUEN 6340||Topics in Urban Environmental Design|
|SUEN 7230||Urban Ecologies and Technologies 1||4|
|SUEN 7240||Urban Ecologies and Technologies 2||4|
Electives in other disciplines may be taken in consultation with your faculty advisor.
|Complete 8 semester hours from the following subject areas:||8|
SUEN, ARCH, LARC, PPUA, LPSC, and SBSY
Program Credit/GPA Requirements
36 total semester hours required
Minimum 3.000 GPA required