This programme is suitable for graduates in architecture, the built environment, civil engineering, architectural engineering, computer science, or for professionals who wish to develop a specialisation in computational methods in architecture. Applicants should normally hold a first or upper second class Honours degree. Students would be expected to show understanding of the field of computational methods in architecture and some initial experience in the use of digital tools, developing software-based solutions, or organising engineering information with digital tools.
Months of entry
This course addresses the need for creative professionals who are equipped with the IT skills, digital fabrication skills, simulation software skills, or the ability to design custom-software development tools to solve unique design problems.
Our multidisciplinary approach will provide students with the knowledge and skills to discover innovative computational methods for use in the creative and design industries. In particular, we will look at form-finding using parametric and generative methods, preparing digital information for further rigorous analysis, and integrating the logic of digital fabrication into the early stages of design.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
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