Taubman College at the University of Michigan has announced a new degree, Masters of Science in Architecture with a specialization in Digital Technologies. The specialization will enable architecture students to investigate design practices and conduct independent design research in computer-aided design and advanced fabrication techniques. Project-based research will provide a testing ground for new modes of practice and innovative uses of existing, new and emerging technologies.
The application deadline is March 1, 2011. An open house will be held February 12.
Read more about the new Digital Technologies program on the Taubman College website.
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