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Through stakeholder panel discussions, lectures, and assignments, the course will survey professional design practice business models and processes. It will explore specialization and interdisciplinarity; methods of assembling consultant teams; how projects are managed and delivered; and how impacts of this disruptive age are affecting these models. It will also explore how a design practice’s public interest advocacy with respect to environmental, social, and cultural issues may be reconciled with entrepreneurship and client obligations.
ARCH 543 is a core requirement for MArch and Dual Degree students admitted 2020W and forward.
Prerequisite: Completion of first year MArch or Dual Degree.
Eligible student groups: M.Arch, Dual Degree admitted 2020W. Other graduate students in SALA may register on the waitlist.