Design Minors

Explore the opportunities available at The Design School to add design education to your curriculum. 

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A minor provides current students the option to learn similar skills as they complete their major. A minor is an approved, coherent concentration of academic study in a single discipline, involving substantially fewer hours of credit than a corresponding major. Most ASU colleges offer undergraduate minors in addition to majors. 

Graduate Degrees

Explore the Built Environment master degree in Arizona

The MS in architecture with a concentration in energy performance and climate-responsive...

Architecture drawing

The MArch is an accredited professional degree program at ASU.

Two programs of study are...

Text on chalkboard

The MSD with a concentration in visual communication design is a degree program meant for...

Drawings and project ideas

The design concentration within the PhD in design, environment and the arts is an individualized...

Abstract project

The history, theory and criticism concentration within the PhD program in design, environment...

Student holding a design project

The MID in industrial design is a studio-based program in which students learn to design new...

image of a story telling method

The MSD in industrial design is meant for individuals interested in advanced studies in:

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modern design work

The MIA is a studio-based degree that provides a focused experience for students with an...

Group of students working on a project

The MSD in interior design is a research program that allows students to investigate deeper into...

Landscape architect at work with a pencil and a model

The MLA is designed to enable students to engage with the community in projects that focus on...

Urban design project

The MUD is a transdisciplinary postprofessional graduate program in The Design School. Students...

Graphic design student at work

The MVCD is a studio-based degree program. Students in this program work on strategic visual...