For students entering Fall 2021

First Semester

4 units ADV-9673 Proseminar in NARRATIVES: Word and Image
12 units Electives or Distributional Electives**

Second Semester

16 units Electives or Distributional Electives**
Choose elective courses to develop the Trajectory

Third Semester

16 units Electives or Distributional Electives**
Choose elective courses to develop the Trajectory

Fourth Semester

8 units Electives or Distributional Electives**
8 units ADV-9202 Open Project

**Students are required to take a minimum of 12 units of distributional electives from an approved list of courses.

 

Selection of Distributional Electives
Students are required to select 3 from across disciplines.

Architecture
VIS 2229 Digital Media: Composition
VIS 2345 Offsite/Onsite: Curating Contemporary Art
VIS 2348 Representation First (!!!) then Architecture
VIS 2360 BISCUITS, JERKY, JELLY
DES-3479 Philosophy of Technology: From Marx and Heidegger to AI, Genome Editing, and Geoengineering (HKS)
HIS 4100 Buildings Texts, and Contexts: Origins and Ends
HIS 4374 Cities, Infrastructures, and Politics: From Renaissance to Smart Technologies
HIS 4395 Environmentalisms II: How to Have a Politics
SCI 6373 Domestic Logistics

Landscape
VIS-2344 Constructing Visual Narratives of Place
DES 3241 Theories of Landscape as Urbanism
HIS 4141 Histories of Landscape I: Textuality and the Practice of Landscape Architecture
HIS 4305 Adventure and Fantasy Simulation, 1871-2036
HIS 4387 Topology and Imagination: Between Chinese Landscapes and Architecture

Urban Planning & Design
DES 3348 The Idea of Environment
HIS 4115 Histories and Theories of Urban Interventions
SES 5210 Cities by Design I
SES 5386 Urban Ethnographies
SES 5399 Race, Power, and Resistance in the City

AFVS
AFVS 118C Curating Contemporary Art: Exhibitions, Artists, Institutions, and Audiences

HKS
DPI 207 Philosophy of Technology: From Marx and Heidegger to Artificial Intelligence, Genome-Editing and Geoengineering

 

Students contemplating cross-registering for courses at another Harvard school must abide by the dates and policies of the school in which the course is offered. Priority for enrollment may be given to the other school's students first before cross-registrations are accepted — enrollment is not guaranteed. See https://www.gsd.harvard.edu/resources/cross-registration-policies-procedures/