Master’s program scheduled to start in November 2016.
The Social and Collaborative Housing Specializing Master is structured so as to provide the skills shared by the various disciplines involved: architecture and design, social science, management, and finance. This assures a convergence of methods and tools to train professionals who can reach beyond their own specializations to understand and manage complexity, handling issues from the other fields that come together in creating social and collaborative housing.
Candidates must have an old-order university degree or a new-order graduate degree in architecture, industrial design, engineering, the social sciences, the humanities, or law. Candidates without such degrees may be accepted into the program as auditors if they can show significant professional experience on which they wish to build a career.
Recipient: POLI.design - Consortium of Politecnico di Milano
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