Master of Design in Sustainable Environments
The Master of Design in Sustainable Environments (MDesSE) focuses on sustainable design strategies, systems and materials for environmental and product design.
This three-semester (fall, spring, & summer), 35-credit graduate course of study offers opportunities to work on a variety of faculty-directed projects that may include funded research, community-based design work and theoretical investigations. The program addresses sustainable design at multiple scales, engaging both systems and artifacts.
Through this degree program, students will:
The interdisciplinary program is geared toward students who hold professional degrees in art, architecture, landscape architecture, interior design, graphic design, industrial design, planning and/or engineering.
Double Degree Opportunities
Earn the MDesSE and a second degree simultaneously through our double degree options, which include the following programs:
You may also pursue the MDesSE with the Master of Science (M.S.) in Architecture as a concurrent degree opportunity.