The College of Architecture partners with the Department of Public Health at TTUHSC in this 15-hour graduate certificate. It offers advanced knowledge of environmental design that enhances the physical, intellectual, emotional, mental, and spiritual health of groups and individuals. This program is flexible enough to include students with or without design backgrounds.
Knowledge areas covered include, but are not limited to, understanding salutogenic design principles and the ways design impacts health, public health principles, evidence-based design principles, research methods, and the role of research in design.
Required courses are:
ARCH 5503 - Advanced Architectural Design Studio
ARCH 5301 (research project done in support of a school studio or a project in a practice; studio drawing activity not required)
ARCH 5366 - Evidence-Based Architecture
ARCH 5302 - Product Design Workshop
GSPH 5313 - Introduction to Public Health
Approved Elective (3 Semester Credit Hours)
Contact: Dr. Saif Haq, 806.834.6317, firstname.lastname@example.org