Spatial Designs and Society is an international full-time masters programme in English. (2 years)
The program engages with consumption, designed sites and design processes from a societal perspective.
The program focuses on relationships between people, objects and places paying particular attention to peoples' diverse practical and symbolic relationships to design and designed sites. This nexus is unfolded in relation to mobility, consumption and experiences in both production (design processes) and consumption (the purchase and use of things and places).
Students enrolled in Module 2 must sign up for the mandatory M2 courses, ie Designing Processes, and Design as a socio-technical system, and project work (15 ects) . Students must also sign up for 1 optional course. In the spring semester 2017, SDS students can choose either Critical Urban Geography or GIS as an optional course.
Module 2 - Introduction and group formation
Introduction and group formation for students studying Spatial Designs and Society. The introduction and group formation takes place in the period from Wednesday the 1st of February to Tuesday the 7th of February, 2017.
Design Processes and Entrepreneurship
Compulsory course for SDS M2 students - course description and course dates are subject to change
Design as a Socio-Technical System
Compulsory course for SDS M2 students
All course dates are subject to change
Project Work - Master's Module 2
Group project work - compulsory for SDS M 2 students
Critical Urban Geography - also offered as optional course for SDS students in Module 2
Obligatorisk kombi-specifikt kursus på 2015-ordningen (5 ects). Valgfrit temakursus 2007-ordningen (7,5 ects) (for GEografi studerende)
2007-ordningen = studerende optaget 1. februar 2015 eller før
2015-ordningen = studerende optaget 1. september 2015
The course is also offered as an optional course for SDS students in Module 3 (5 ects)
5 / 7.5 ECTS
GIS Course - optional course
For environmental risk students this course can be taken as either a profile or an optional course for graduate students as 5 ects. For Geography students this course can be taken as 7,5 ects (for students enrolled before 1/9-2015) or 5 ects (for students enrolled after 1/9, 2015). SDS students must take this course as 5 ects.
All course dates are subject to change.