Join us at the Fisher Center in NYC to learn more about the new post-professional degree program. The Master of Science in Architecture Sustainable Real Estate Development (MS.SRED) degree will be offered at the NYC Fisher Center beginning this fall with Professor Angie Co, director of the Architecture NYC program and coordinator for the MS.SRED program.
This NYC-resident program draws upon the city’s culture of architectural and urban innovation. Here, theoretical inquiry meets real-world application. Additionally, an internship course connects students with leading professionals, as does a week-long “residency” at Syracuse University’s main campus.
The program is well-suited for individuals with a professional degree in architecture or a related discipline, who seek to understand and harness the interrelated nature of economic development, social equality and environmental design.
Our MS is a STEM Designated Degree by the US Student and Exchange Visitor Program.
This open house at 6pm will be followed by a lecture at 6:30pm where Liz Falletta and Raquel Ramati will discuss zoning lessons and innovations from Los Angeles and New York City.
If you’re interested in attending this open house, RSVP below.