Good degree in a related area
Months of entry
This one-year taught Postgraduate programme in Innovation & Environmental Design focuses on the study of 'place'. It considers the material geography and the relationship and interactions of a community within a particular landscape or location.
It aims to identify opportunities for change and innovation through the application of design methodologies and thinking, to use design practice as a means to understand and explore the human and material factors that shape an environment.
Using empirical research processes, the material and the human contexts that influence 'place' will be explored through the application of design strategies and user-centered methodologies. By working within communities the cultural and commercial histories that have shaped individual and group identity can be better understood and used to affect positive change in the physical environment and how a community interacts with a particular landscape or place.
Fees and funding
There are a number of funded places available for students with a relevant connection to Scotland
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Dr Gordon Hush