Earning a Master of Arts typically takes two years to complete and provides a more intensive study of a subject in the fields of the arts, social sciences or humanities. Many students choose to pursue an advanced degree to secure higher-paying careers.
What is an MA in Sustainable Design? Sustainable design is the study of architecture and construction techniques that promote environmental efficiency. Sometimes called “green building,” this field of study educates students on the environmental impact of building projects and seeks to conserve energy, water and materials during construction. Coursework in this type of degree may include design, construction management, history of architecture, renewable materials and green maintenance.
Students in the field of sustainable design may learn a multitude of skills that can help with personal and professional relationships. In this field, students may hone strong leadership skills and become effective communicators. Many students gain creative problem-solving skills, and these traits are applicable to numerous industries.
The length of a degree program, the type of school and the institution’s location can influence the cost of earning an MA. The best way to determine the total cost of earning a degree is by researching the schools individually and comparing the results.
Careers in the field of sustainable design may be numerous as the urgency for environmental responsibility increases, and students with an MA can often apply for more leadership positions than students with only an undergraduate degree. Many professional landscape and design firms seek educated professionals in sustainable design for positions such as designers, project managers, inspectors and supply managers. Other careers can be found in business, energy, technology and education as well.
There are thousands of universities and other educational institutions across the globe that offer master’s degrees. Many of these programs also offer online and part-time course options to accommodate a variety of students. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
The MA Design: Explorations & Translations at the IAA brings together multiple practices: design, media studies, social sciences and natural sciences. By synthesising
The MA Design: Explorations & Translations at the IAA brings together multiple practices: design, media studies, social sciences and natural sciences. By synthesising and embodying different knowledge and using the dynamic landscape and industries of Iceland as an experimental ground, you will develop a unique voice in the expanded design field.
To translate this personal vision, the MA Design Programme asks you to materialise and manifest possible realities through relevant media: you may e.g develop a concept for the industry, propose a new sensory experience, or craft a fictional scenario for a future reality. Using both real and fictional design strategies, we work to build ethical awareness, form dialogues to engage with contemporary culture....
This course is aimed at designers, creative workers and other specialists who want to direct their practice towards progressive sustainability and social agendas. It focu
Choose Kingston's Sustainable Design MA
This course is aimed at designers, creative workers and other specialists who want to direct their practice towards progressive sustainability and social agendas. It focuses on the value of design as a vehicle for addressing social and ecological concerns in both developed and developing world settings. It will equip you with the knowledge, capabilities and confidence to challenge the status quo by applying design thinking to the generation of design-led interventions for a sustainable future.
The overarching course philosophy, based on an emphasis on research, methodology and design thinking, allows individual and personal concerns to be explored through focused study in sustainable design.
The course takes an interdisciplinary approach to the study and practice of sustainable design, by recruiting students from all creative and design backgrounds and beyond.
What will you study?
Art Center’s Graduate Environmental Design program addresses the relationships between body, materials, space, and emotion. Our focus goes beyond style, considering the l
Master of Fine Arts in Environmental DesignArt Center’s Graduate Environmental Design program addresses the relationships between body, materials, space, and emotion. Our focus goes beyond style, considering the links between the psychological, physical, emotional and sensory effects of quality design.We design experience—from the first moment of encounter to the last moment of interaction. Our approach dictates that we work in a multi-disciplinary way, and most often we are the ones generating the creative guidelines by which the total experience is explored. We define ourselves as opportunity seekers in the creative process.Tracks in Spatial Experience and Furniture and Fixtures enable students to specialize and obtain advanced knowledge of theory and practice. Our focus points towards hospitality, retail, office, exhibition and event design.The goal of our program is to educate designers to position themselves as author-based design leaders. Our graduates are designers capable of advancing the discipline and the craft of environmental design. Our program concentrates on extensive conceptual rigor crossed with business practices with a focus on theoretical thinking, technical innovation, manufacturing, fabrication and project execution.Art Center’s history of industry partners and internationally acclaimed alumni and faculty create a vibrant environment in which to investigate the future of spatial, furniture, lighting and fixture design.Our students create opportunity, innovation, and development within our discipline. Scenography enhances our students’ ability to make a meaningful connection in all that they design.Art Center is now accepting applications for students entering the Graduate Environmental Design program in the 2012 Fall Term....
Developing sustainable design strategies and management approaches in the creative industries – the Sustainability in Fashion and Creative Industries Master's program see
SUSTAINABILITY IN FASHION AND CREATIVE INDUSTRIES (M.A.)
INTERNATIONAL, IN ENGLISH
SUSTAINABLE DESIGN STRATEGIES - SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTION AND TEXTILES - SUSTAINABLE MARKETING AND BUSINESS - SUSTAINABLE DESIGN ANTHROPOLOGY
Sustainability in Fashion and Creative Industries (M.A.)
Developing sustainable design strategies and management approaches in the creative industries – the Sustainability in Fashion and Creative Industries Master's program seeks to educate “change agents” who can make widespread changes in the creative industries with an integrated, sustainability-oriented approach.
This unique program is aimed at creative designers, as well as solution-oriented managers, who have an awareness of resources and want to position themselves in an environmentally, ethically, socially and economically sustainable way....
The MA program in Environment and Society aims to critically examine the interrelationships between humans and their environment. We seek to understand how people and com
The MA program in Environment and Society aims to critically examine the interrelationships between humans and their environment. We seek to understand how people and communities view and transform the world around them, and are in turn shaped materially and culturally by their environments. This program encompasses research areas that includei) Development and Progress,ii) Rights, Equity, and Justice, andiii) Ecology and Resilience.We use transdisciplinary methods and perspectives drawn from the natural and social sciences to approach and navigate complex contemporary nature-society issues. Ultimately, we aim towards imagining, conceiving and designing for healthy societies and ecosystems that are well-integrated, adaptable, and sustainable....