First Semester Required Course:
SES-5000 Proseminar: Of the Public. In the Public. By the Public

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

Urban Planning & Design
DES 3348 The Idea of Environment
HIS 4115 Histories and Theories of Urban Interventions
SES 5291 Theories for Practice in Conflict, Crisis and Recovery
SES 5374 Community Development: History, Theory, and Imaginative Practice
SES 5381 Urban Design & the Color Line
SES 5210 Cities by Design I
SES 5211 Cities by Design II
SES 5386 Urban Ethnographies
SES 5399 Race, Power, and Resistance in the City
SES 5383 Developing for Social impact
SES 5103 Public Private Development

Landscape Architecture
DES 3241 Theories of Landscape as Urbanism
DES 3396 Thinking Landscape – Making Cities
SES 5382 Making Participation Relevant to Design
SCI 6244 Climate by Design

Architecture
VIS 2482 Art, Design and the Public Domain Proseminar
DES 3333 Culture, Conservation & Design
DES 3357 Experiments in Public Freedom
DES-3358 An Unsentimental Look at Architecture and Social Craft
HIS 4374 Cities, Infrastructures, and Politics: From Renaissance to Smart Technologies
HIS 4476 Architecture's Bodies: Agency and Biopolitics
HIS 4479 Power & Place: Culture and Conflict in the Built Environment
SES 5391 Public Health in an Era of Epidemics: from the Camp to the Building

The objectives for core course selection should expose students to the following:
1. General concepts of governance and participation
2. General concepts of societal conflicts, crisis, contestations that effect the built and natural environment
3. Forms of practice that engage the publics
4. Varied forms of public domains

Second and Third Semesters:
Choose elective courses to develop the Trajectory

Fourth Semester:
ADV-9202 Open Project
Electives

Note that first-year students may select courses across two domains with permission of Domain Heads.