Architecture: Residential Building M.Sc.
The master's degree program of Architecture: Integrated Housing Development offers an attractive opportunity for specialization to graduates of an architecture degree program of at least eight semesters (bachelor's degree/diploma).
This degree program deals with influencing factors and demand situations for sustainable renewal strategies in housing construction and specializes you in the area of strategic housing construction development in a application-oriented manner. Upon successfully completing the program you acquire the academic degree Master of Science (M.Sc.).
What's in Store for You
The master's degree program of Integrated Housing Development focuses on a one-year project in the area of housing construction, which is analyzed, scrutinized and further developed conceptually in a process-based manner in close cooperation with experts and executives from the scientific, business and political arenas. An important objective is the acquisition of a comprehensive perspective that discerns the complex realities of housing construction. This enables you to design sustainable concepts for the development of new forms of housing and devise the updating of existing buildings. Further, you will relate spatial, typological and economical aspects of housing construction with sociological, psychological and historical circumstances.
|M100 PROJECT |
|M500 THESIS |
|Analysis||Social Space||Typology||Typological Analyses||Sociology||The Psychology of Housing||Politics||Housing Policies||Masters Seminar||Proseminar: Exposé|
|Urban Space||Typological Design||Housing Sociology||Housing Law||Master's Thesis||Thesis|
|Planning||Master Plan||Urban Planning||Urban Development||Cultural History||The Culture of the Home||Economy||The Housing Industry||Documentation|
|Case Studies||Urban Development Design||Residential History|