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Posted 10.05.12 | PERMALINK | PRINT

Partner News: Arizona State University

New Masters Degrees at The Design School



[Photo by Ken Howie, courtesy of the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts]

The Design School at Arizona State University started three new graduate programs this summer: Master of Industrial Design, Master of Interior Architecture and Master of Visual Communication.

Earlier this year, the program received accreditation for its Master in Landscape Architecture program, giving the young program and its graduates national credibility and endorsement. That program was approved in 2008 and graduated its first class in May 2011.

The new degrees complement existing studio degrees in architecture and urban design, as well as research-track degrees in design, built environment, and environmental design and planning.

The Design School is one of Places' partner schools.



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