Master's Degree In Architecture, Planning And Technology

A new dual-degree masters program from the University of Buffalo combines, architecture, planning and technology.
September 6, 2004, 7am PDT | Chris Steins | @urbaninsight
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"Kent Kleinman, professor and chair of the school's Department of Architecture, said the new program, which is being offered this semester, was developed because of the ways digital media have transformed the traditional means by which architects design buildings and have opened entirely new territories in the field.

...Participants will be required to complete the 64-credit requirements of the two-year M.Arch. track, plus 42 graduate credit hours of coursework in the Department of Media Study in the College of Arts and Sciences. Upon completion of a two-year, six-semester program, graduates will receive a dual master of fine arts degree in digital media and a master's degree in architecture."

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Published on Saturday, September 4, 2004 in State University of New York at Buffalo
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