The Adaptive Architecture and Computation MSc provides a comprehensive understanding of the skills required to create generative, emergent and responsive forms, through exposure to real programming environments. Taught by architects and experts in artificial intelligence, students benefit from studio sessions with tutors who have experience of research in this field.
Design as a Knowledge-Based Process
Introduction to Programming for Architecture and Design
Embodied and Embedded Technologies
The Architectural Design MArch is a 12-month programme concentrating on advanced design. It encourages the individual to discover his or her individual expression. Students on this programme benefit from continuous discussion of work via tutorials and reviews and the opportunity to study at an internationally renowned centre for innovative design.
Architectural Design: Historical, Cultural and Theoretical Skills
Design Thesis Report
Architectural Design Initial Projects
Architectural Design Final Project
This MA is a unique institution in the field of architectural history, theory and criticism. Over the past 25 years it has provided a coherent and intensive forum in which students develop and test their own approach to the subject, engaging with established and emerging subjects, theories and methodologies.
Critical Methodologies of Architectural History
Research and Dissemination of Architectural History
Architecture in 19th- and 20th-century Britain
The Representation of Cities
Theorising Practices: Architecture, Art and Urbanism
History and Theory of Digital Design
The MArch Architecture forms a central part of the UCL Bartlett's internationally renowned architectural design programme. The process is one of critical scepticism allied to creative innovation. Much of the current work by staff and students is at the forefront of developing new intellectual and formal concepts in global architecture discourse.
Advanced Architectural Design I
Design Realisation (Technology and Professional Practice)
Advanced Architectural Studies (History and Theory)
Advanced Architectural Design 2
Advanced Architectural Thesis
This new Master's programme pioneers the development of a more diverse and creative approach to the reinterpretation and reuse of historical environments in cities around the world, such as through imaginative architectural designs and urban strategies, and including issues of cultural heritage.
Design Practice for Historic Environments
Design Research Methods for Historic Environments
Issues in Historic Urban Environments
Surveying and Recording of Cities
Urban Redevelopment for Historic Environments
Architecture in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Britain
Representations of Cities
The internationally renowned Construction Economics and Management MSc was the first programme of its kind in the UK, designed to equip students with the economics and management skills to analyse the kinds of problems that will confront senior managers, policy advisers and decision-makers in any branch of the construction industry.
The Economics of Construction: Economics, Sectors and Industries
The Economic Institutions of the Construction Industry
The Management of Construction Enterprises
Construction Booms and Slumps
Construction Clients and the Market for Contracts
Economics of Appraisal of Construction Projects: Leading Issues
Economics of Speculative Construction Development
Construction Industry Development
Mnaging Professional Practice
This MSc is Europe's long-standing specialist graduate lighting programme. It provides an holistic approach to lighting design considering the human response to light and lighting, the science and technology of the subject, together with the design of lighting as an integrated part of architecture and the built environment. Students develop an understanding of the advantages of a wide range of topics associated with the design of the lit environment. This includes lamp and luminaire technologies, the impact of light on architectural form and the human reaction to light. The programme aims to provide a holistic approach to light and lighting so that graduates have both the vision to design beautiful lit environments and the skills necessary to ensure that they are successfully engineered.
Lighting Applied Calculations
Advanced Lighting Design
This MSc is centred on furthering the understanding of architecture and urban design as instruments in the development of society. Using the theoretical and analytical framework of space syntax, the programme involves the study of architecture from the scale of buildings to small-scale urban design through to planning entire cities. Students develop an in-depth theoretical and practical knowledge of the built environment and its functions considered as spatial, physical and human systems, and acquire a high level of skill in research and analysis of the built environment and its functions in support of better and more humane design.
Design as a Knowledge-Based Process
Buildings, Organisations and Networks
Principles of Analytical Design