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Graduate Open House: Master of Design (MDes)

Date & time
Saturday, November 7, 2020
9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Cost

This event is free

Where

Online

Graduate Open House: MDes

Department of
Design and Computation Arts

The two-year Master of Design program provides an opportunity for students to broaden their theoretical knowledge of design and focus on innovative research in the areas of visual communication, the built environment, interaction design and design studies. The MDes program offers a stimulating and creative environment in which students are encouraged to explore conceptual and theoretical issues through a project-based or academic research.

In contrast to traditional design education in which disciplines such as graphic or industrial design are segmented and separated, the program identifies and synthesizes connections between the visual, the built, and the interactive so that integrated, experimental and collaborative aspects of design practice emerge. Most importantly, the program distinguishes itself by putting the emphasis on issues that deal with sustainability (ecological, social, and economic) as a strategy and a philosophy fundamental for the future of design theory and practice. The program also recognizes the importance of approaching design through sensorial as well as cognitive investigation.

The two-year Master of Design program provides an opportunity for students to broaden their theoretical knowledge of design and focus on innovative research in the areas:

  • visual communication
  • built environment
  • interaction design  
  • design studies

This open house session will feature a presentation by Graduate Program Director Martin Racine, as well as opportunities to speak with faculty and a student in the program.

Zoom link for November 7 Open House

https://concordia-ca.zoom.us/j/85251651401

Graduate portfolio reviews November 21

Please note that graduate portofolio reviews will be held on November 21, 2020.

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