Tuesday, March 19, 2024

DesignMorphine Masters Y24/25 Degree in Computational Design

DesignMorphine has created a bespoke, accredited, and worldwide recognized 9-month online Master of Science program. It is crafted to be accessible from all corners of the world, and it aims to fulfill the demands of those who seek to exceed and lead in multidisciplinary, advanced, and computational design. The Master of Science Degree is accredited by the University of Architecture, Civil Engineering, and Geodesy (UACEG), founded in 1942 in Sofia, Bulgaria. The program also partners with The Microsoft Garage in New York, Logitech and Pininfarina, hubs for talent and community growth, driving innovation and inspiration. Some students are placed in diverse leading design companies, while others choose to follow a career in academia or create their design firms.

DesignMorphine is an international educational institution that acts as a catalyst for progress. By expanding profusely its diverse multidisciplinary design family, it creates a unique collaborative experience. Technological advancements in advanced and computational design have led to exciting new opportunities that blur the lines and norms of conventional design education and its application. DesignMorphine's mission is to democratize these innovative design practices and allow all fields of design to blend. Today, more than ever, all architects, engineers, and designers (metaverse, interior, vehicle, industrial, animation, fashion, etc.) should be exposed to this mindset and techniques to be on the frontier of the inevitable rapid technological advancement. Over the past ten years, DesignMorphine has had the opportunity to meet and teach thousands of specialists from 84 countries and nurtured their progress and success in some of the biggest companies in the world. The classes are taught by our team of fearless design innovators who have experience in teaching and practice from the best practices worldwide. 

Please visit the Masters Open Day page to view a recording explaining the program and to hear from current students.

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