Massachusetts Graduate Teaching Schools with Masters and PhD Programs

Massachusetts Graduate Teaching Schools with Masters and PhD Programs

Massachusetts Graduate Teaching Schools with Masters and PhD Programs

Harvard University Graduate School of Design

Harvard's Graduate School of Design is a relatively short study program, stretching over just 18 months. It is a non-studio, post-professional degree and specializes in advanced studies of technology, design, sustainability, housing, urbanism, real estate and project management. They currently offer six concentration areas.

Master's in Design Studies-History and Philosophy of Design

Graduate students enrolled in this program will concentrate on new mythologies for architectural culture, as well as the history and theory of both contemporary and modern architecture. A few electives and required courses are modernism, buildings texts and contexts, architecture, science, and technology, and digital culture, space and society.

Master's in Design Studies-Urbanism, Landscape, and Ecology

This program examines architectural and urban practices, as well as the habits of thought that are commonly associated with ecological thinking. Courses are taken over at least three terms, and cover many seminars on a range of subjects like landscape architecture, urbanism and climate, urban design, and ecological urbanism.

Contact Information

* Address: 48 Quincy Street, Gund Hall, Cambridge, MA 02138

* Phone Number: (617) 495-2337

Northeastern University Graduate Studies for Computer Science

Northeastern University was named by US News as one of America's Best Graduate Schools of 2010. Their Master of Science program covers the broad field of computer science, utilizing skills that allow students to market, design and develop computer systems. The PhD program will prepare students for hands-on design and in-depth programming.

Master's in Computer Science-Networks

Graduate students pursuing this program will focus on network analysis and modeling, as well as network protocols. The coursework associated with this degree includes wireless networks, the fundamentals of computer networking, special topics in networks, network security, cryptology and communication security, and privacy, security and usability.

PhD in Computer Science-Computer and Information Science

Those who obtain a PhD through this program will be equipped with a broad background in computer science fundamentals. All students must complete a wide range of course work that includes database management, networking, programming languages and software design, artificial intelligence, and core courses such as advance algorithms.

Contact Information

* Address: 360 Huntington Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts 02115

* Phone Number: (617) 373-2000

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