Dec 11 '12 3 Last Comment
Michael MukairaMichael Mukaira
Dec 11, 12 9:08 am

Which IT program/course at masters level is closely Architecture. As in if one wanted to do a masters in an IT course that is most related to architecture, which one would you recommend and why?


Dec 12, 12 7:06 am

I've never heard of any IT course related to architecture.  Is your goal to become a firm's CAD/IT specialist?  or are you interested in solving structural/engineering issues using coding/programing etc?

Dec 12, 12 10:41 am

Columbia University and Carnegie Mellon have a program related to processing and parametric modeling... Other than that I have no clue

Dec 12, 12 11:07 am

If there is no course that fits what you want, you can do a masters in architecture and gear your thesis towards IT as it relates to architecture.  Most schools will also allow you to take some electives in other departments like computer science, digital art, etc...  It is sometimes better to invent your own direction than to look for a pre-established path.  Architecture schools are very open to this kind of thing.

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