GSMD 510 S032: Grad Design Studio II

This intensive studio brings together research and theory with a rigorous studio practice. The objective of the course is to focus a thesis direction through exploration, ideation, and experimentation within a subject area. This includes serial imaging, reinterpretation of assumptions, and regular in-class critiques of the tangible outcomes of design. In conjunction with Design Methods II, students will articulate a clear proposal for a thesis project. This proposal will be reviewed by their supervisor and with approval, will form the basis for their Research Ethics application. It will include a formal research plan to be instituted over the summer, and a clear direction for design and implementation in the fall semester.

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HYBRID course, delivery will be a combination of ONLINE and in-person activities (details determined by the instructor). Faculty: H.Armen + TBA.
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Meeting Information: 
Date / Time Days Room Building
Jan 4-Apr 16
08:30:00-11:20:00
W F C3235 MAIN
Jan 4-Apr 16
08:30:00-11:20:00
W F VCHAT ONLN