The Master of Science in Architecture with a specialization in Inclusive Design is intended for individuals who want to pursue a non-studio program of study at the advanced level. It enables students to gain a greater understanding of the relationship between inclusive design and the built environment.
A total of 48 credit hours are required; 30 credit hours of these include required courses, and 18 are electives chosen by the student to enhance her/his specific areas of interest. A thesis is required for the completion of the degree. This degree is normally completed in three semesters. Applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree in architecture or a field related to inclusive design.
Students may choose from the recommended list, or choose other electives that best suit their specific area of interest. All of the courses listed below are 3 credits.
AMS503 Cultural History
APY513 - Cultural Change
ARC561 - Design Education
ARC563 - Gender, Architecture and Urban Space
FMD603 - Care for the Underserved
HIS545 - Illness and Health in U.S. History
HIS576 - Introduction to Disability Studies
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