建筑学硕士(设计和环保领域)专业排名暂无排名 ，US News 2018
A professional degree in architecture (B.Arch or M.Arch) from an accredited institution.
A professional degree in engineering, urban planning, industrial design and other disciplines that can be described by the applicant as relevant to the degree concentration that the applicant is applying.
Non-professional degree in an equivalent aligned field, (art/design, engineering, urban planning or architecture).
Evidence of research, creative and professional work in the concentration area that the applicant is applying for is highly encouraged.
1.Statement Of Purpose/ Resume
The two page statement of purpose should articulate 1) your academic and professional rational for applying to the specific MS concentration, 2) your approach to design and research in areas related to the concentration, 3) ideas for specific research and design work that you would like to enhance with the degree and continue pursuing upon matriculation. The statement should draw upon past and present work and academic experiences as well as aspirations and goals for the future.
A good curriculum vitae or resume will give us another view of who you are and elaborate your strengths and skills outside of the classroom, showcasing your accomplishments. In addition to your educational experience, student resumes should contain professional experiences, other jobs you have held, a list of groups or organizations that you are involved in, programming languages or other computer skills you have, community involvement or volunteer work that you do. Think of your resume as another opportunity to tell us about yourself.
2. Personal Statement
The personal statement should be a concise, well-written statement about how your personal background and life experiences, including social, cultural, familial, educational, or other opportunities or challenges, have motivated your decision to pursue a graduate degree at the University of Michigan. This is not an academic statement of purpose, but a brief (500 word limit) discussion of the individual trajectory that has led to your decision to seek a graduate degree.
Submissions of examples of work should support your statement of purpose and clearly demonstrate research and writing abilities. These may consist of published articles, papers, portfolio or other writing samples. Examples should be uploaded as PDF files with the online application.
Submitting your transcripts is a two-step process:
Applicants will scan and upload an official transcript/academic record that displays the institutional seal and signature of the Registrar or Recorder of Records into the online application.
Applicants are also required to submit an official transcript/academic record by mail or as an e-transcript to Rackham before the graduate program application deadline. The official transcript/academic record must be received in an envelope sealed by the issuing institution.
5. Letters Of Recommendation
Three (3) letters of recommendation are required and should testify to your academic and professional capacity and promise. If possible, two of these should come from former professors.
6. Graduate Record Examination Scores
The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is required of all applicants. Please have an official score report sent to the University of Michigan (Institution code: 1839, department code 4401) at least 4-5 weeks prior to the application deadline. GRE scores are valid for five years. There is no minimum score requirement.
If you have taken the GMAT or LSAT, we can use those scores in place of the GRE. LSAT scores should be listed on the additional information page of the online application.
7. English Proficiency Requirements
Applicants whose native language is not English must demonstrate English proficiency, unless they meet one of the criteria for an exemption listed below. Please contact one of the testing agencies shown in the following chart and have an official score report sent to the University of Michigan at least 6-8 weeks prior to the application deadline. The scores must be received from the testing agency no later than the application deadline. Language test scores are valid two years from the test date. Photocopies and/or faxes of English proficiency scores will not be accepted.
8. I-20 / Visa (International Applicants Only)
Please do not submit financial information at the time of application.
If you are recommended for admission and the Rackham Graduate School approves the admission, you will be notified by Rackham to submit the Affidavit of Financial Support for International Students along with the required financial documentation (i.e., bank statements).
Design Health is positioned as a crucial, global concern in light of rapid technological change, innovation in science, and emerging, critical theories in the humanities. In the MS_DH concentration, design is understood as a relational structure that navigates the constantly changing contours between the sciences and humanities. As forms of cultural production, health-related design issues are distributed between medical models and social models, with the medical model acting as the dominant paradigm. Students explore the confluence of these models, while developing design thinking in order to produce new methodologies and new ways of effectively engaging the complex relationships between design and health in a global context.
MS Theories in Design Health
Health: Individual Infrastructures
Health: Civic Infrastructures