Dezeen Courses: in the latest roundup of programmes listed on Dezeen Courses, we’ve selected five degrees that train students to be innovative creators by combining creative design and scientific theory.
The roundup includes postgraduate courses that explore topics such as technology, sustainability, materials and food systems, while challenging students to produce designs that explore future needs.
Interdisciplinary workshops and seminars provide specialised training to students from a range of design backgrounds who want to narrow their field of practice.
Here are five design and science degrees on Dezeen Courses:
The MA Material Futures course at Central Saint Martins in London provides a multidisciplinary approach to design with a focus on blurring boundaries between design, technology and science to create materials that anticipate future needs.
The Sustainable Design MA course at Kingston University in London equips students with an in-depth understanding of sustainable design to develop well-informed designs that respond to the environmental crisis.
COOP Design Research Master of Science at Anhalt University of Applied Sciences
The COOP Design Research Master of Science course at Anhalt University of Applied Sciences (Hochschule Anhalt) in Germany provides students with a combination of design and research training in topics such as material studies, social sciences, design anthropology, technology studies and architecture.
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The MA Art and Science course at Central Saint Martins in London encourages students to examine the relationship between the arts and scientific advancements, while investigating approaches to creating projects that reflect laboratory processes and research.
The Master Design and New Environments course at Iceland University of the Arts provides students with workshops and seminars on design and science that focus on climate and food systems.
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