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The MSc is especially for bachelor graduates who want to advance their personal and professional development in the field of architectural design. The programme leads to a Óbuda University degree, accredited by the Hungarian Accreditation Committee and linked to the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS). The stringent quality criteria applied by the Accreditation Committee are based on European standards for higher education. The aim of the training is to prepare students for being able to apply their complex knowledge in the fields of environmental development in general, and architecture in particular. Significant emphasis is laid on theoretical foundations and on design training, respectively, at a high standard. Creative and technical fields are well balanced, with developing various skills in visual arts and engineering. The academic staff of the Faculty have proven expertise in Central-Eastern European Countries, as well as inside and outside the European region. This offers our candidates the possibility to discuss and to initiate programs and projects in their respective native country.

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The various disciplines and professional subjects the course comprises are the development of creative skills, cultural studies, social sciences, technical, economic, legal and auxiliary subjects. Mandatory subjects: Complex Design, Cultural History, Generative Design, Applied Studies, Community and Urban Planning, Complex Specialization in Architecture, Environmental Design, Interior Design, and Form and Design. Actually elective subjects (min 8 ECTS): Design for Accessibility, Architecture Theory, Research Methodology and Environmental Psychology.

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