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Architecture, Computational Technologies - MS


New York Institute of Technology    Architecture and Design

Full time September Other See website for details

About the course

The Master of Science in Architecture, Computational Technologies (M.S.ACT) program is a two-semester (plus summer term), 30-credit, post-professional master's degree. The program integrates critical relationships between science and culture, developing new technologies with a focus on the history and theory of representation, robotics, and cybernetics. You'll learn how to apply, research, and develop advancements in computational design, robotic interaction and fabrication, and new materials.

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Entry Requirements

This program begins in September for two consecutive semesters (fall, spring) plus the following summer term for a total of 30 credit-hours.

Admission Requirements:

Professional architecture or design related degree from an accredited institution, or the equivalent, if applying with a foreign degree from another country.
Minimum GPA of 3.0.
No standardized tests (including GRE) are required, except TOEFL/IELTS for international students.



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