For design professionals interested in business, the new international IE Master in Architectural Management and Design program offers pioneering training in business management for the AEC sector.
The program teaches designers the skills they need to become successful, understanding the design implications of business decisions and vice-versa. With a diverse group of instructing practitioners and advisers from unique academic backgrounds, the IE Master in Architectural Management and Design program allows students to access a wide network with deep industry expertise.
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The innovative and pioneering content of this master program lies in the combination of IE’s well known entrepreneurial spirit and business expertise in conjunction with the design approach of IE School of Architecture & Design. Students gain the professional edge of attending a globally recognized business school that has been training field leaders for over 30 years. The program teaches critical skills such as business acumen and management know-how— skills that can play a key role in the success of an architectural practice.
A blend of online and in-person instruction allows students from around the world to work toward a degree without relocating or taking leave from their professional careers. Several weeks on-site in Madrid and London give students direct access to their instructors and fellow classmates for pivotal phases in the training program. The six integrated modules that constitute the course are conducted in English, with a bonus seventh module lecture series called “The Architect’s Backstage,” which provides a unique opportunity to have direct exposure with leaders of top architecture practices, including six Pritzker Prize winners.
For an introductory preview of an IE Master in Architectural Management and Design Class lecture, be sure to catch "The Road Ahead, a different world for architectural practices" with Gayle Allard, Professor of Economic Environment at IE Master in Architectural Management and Design and twice chosen as Best Professor of the program, will discuss some of the major economic trends that will color our medium- and long-term future, and how they might affect us when considering internationalizing our practices.
"After some of the major economic trends that will color our medium- and long-term economic future, such as demographics and urbanization, the growth slowdown and environmental challenge, how will these changes affect the world? How might they affect the architectural profession, in particular?"
TitleMAMD Online Master Class: "The Road Ahead, a changing world environment for architects” by Gayle Allard
FromOctober 03, 2013 11:00 AM
UntilOctober 03, 2013 01:00 PM