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.

The M.S.ACT program builds up expertise in three terms (Fall, Spring, Summer), organized as core studios and seminars in three focus areas (Computational Design, Fabrication and Robotics, and Materials) and culminating with an interdisciplinary integrated Project-based Learning Studio in the summer

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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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