The Master Computational Design Course for Real World Application at Oneistox equips students with technological skills in design computing and offers the opportunity to specialise in sustainable building design or automotive design.
Course: Master Computational Design Course for Real World Application
Course dates: eight months
Application deadline: rolling deadline
Oneistox's cohort-based Master Computational Design Course for Real-World Application is a creative specialisation for architects and engineers.
This course lets you break into an advanced career by learning to apply the power of computation for designing efficient built environments.
Featuring an industry-relevant and tech-focussed curriculum, this course is taught by computational design experts from top-tier firms including Zaha Hadid Architects, Populous, UNStudio, Henning Larsen and Benoy.
Over the course of eight months, you will be able to master all major computational workflows such as parametric design, generative design, form finding, facade design, stadium design, and script-based coding.
Learners also opt to build a core specialisation in either high-performance building analysis, which unlocks career roles in sustainable building design, or computational BIM, which unlocks career roles in automation and design technology.
This specialisation is then further honed and assessed through a capstone project involving practical application.
After graduating from this course, you'll be qualified to take up several job roles in the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry, including computational design specialist, design technology specialist, building sustainability consultant, building performance analyst, and sustainability analyst, to name a few.
Throughout the course, learners are also offered regular career guidance with focussed job application training, mock interviews and portfolio building.
In addition, to ensure career success when you graduate, Oneistox invites boutique companies and multinational corporations (MNCs) to the platform to facilitate job placements.
Top image: Frondosa Waterfront Hotel and Casino project designed by Alab Adviento, 2021.
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