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MFA in Lighting Design
Since 2007, the School of Built Environment offered a dual degree combining the Master of Architecture and Master of Fine Arts in Lighting Design (M.Arch / MFA LD). This exclusive track allows students to develop a strong awareness of the technical and aesthetic relationship between light and architecture.
Students pursuing the M.Arch / MFA LD band expand their knowledge of shape, site, program, materials, and structure and the role of lighting in emphasizing the qualities. Program students strengthen their skills of representation, technical skills and understanding of the physiological and psychological aspects of lighting and architecture.
Design for Living
The M.Arch / MFA LD program involves architectural design and lighting as a means for accountability social.Por example, electric lighting, increasingly visible result of digital-mediation is emerging as a building material processing such as buildings and whole urban sectors become information-bearing surfaces. Sustainable practices are highly dependent on sunlight and daylight strategies that could have profound consequences for the experience of built environments.
Through project-based learning, students pose questions and develop independent ideas, interests and problem solving skills. Seminars focusing on technology, structural analysis and technical design theory and biology complement the ongoing studio.
Resources for the Future
Aided by Parsons alliances' with professional organizations and a faculty of distinguished professionals prominent theorists, historians, critics and designed in New York, students seeking internships and partnerships with other major players in the global design stage.
The entrance to the dual-degree program requires the acceptance in both M.Arch and MFA programs LD. This program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for National Architecture (NAAB).
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Its worth it...on ground2010-09-12 10:50:35 by greendesigner
I am a current student in the MFA Graphic Design program at AAU. I can't speak for any other of the schools offerings, but my program is great, and hard....very hard. Yes the school does have an open enrollment policy, but I don't think that's a bad thing. Honestly, anyone with enough drive can learn graphic design. Schools with portfolio requirements keep some very talented people from receiving quality education. Now, just because everyone gets in, does NOT mean that everyone gets out. There is a reason that the school has something like 80% attrition in the grad program. There are two progress evaluations before you can enter directed study, if you don't pass those evaluations you have to retake classes until your work is good enough to continue
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