EMPOWERING THE LEADERS OF TOMORROW
Students are not only the center of our concern; they are the essence of this program. The program is aimed to a wide variety of professionals who will create tomorrow's work, retail and learing environments:
Design Professionals: Design oriented prefessionals such as architects, interior designers and space planners who wish to specialize in the most innovative and growing fields of design.
Space Planners and Strategists: Retail managers, consultants, real estate experts, facility managers and HR directors, who are responsible for shaping strategies that will directly impact productivity, health, economic viability and creativity.
Technical Professionals: Engineers, IT specialists, and consultants seeking to take a step forward in their know-how about the most advanced work, retail and learning environment design tendencies and how to integrate forward- looking planning and information technology.
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Years Average Work Experience
Training designed to develop experts in a demanding field
Upon completion of the program, students will be able to either join companies that provide design and consultancy services, establish or enhance their own practices in the field of work, retail and learning environments where demand for honed strategic expertice is high.
The program will undertake careful analyses of work, retail and learning environments from multiple perspectives that will included theoretical, technological, spatial and managerial issues. The program seeks to provide a unique understanding of the relationships between strategy, space design and performance objectives. It comes at a time when organizations are radically rethinking how they will function in the future due to profound changes in technology, economics and culture. The multifaceted nature of the course will address the design of these spaces with a transdisciplinary and holistic approach, fostering new ways of understanding the definition of contemporary communal environments.