We equip students to use design as a language, to explore via design thinking, and to apply a solutions-based design methodology to address the most urgent challenges of our time.
The Tulane School of Architecture's Design Program introduces students to design as a language, to exploration via design thinking, and to a solutions-based design methodology to address the most urgent challenges of our time.
The Design Program offers a major and a minor. Both are intended to provide students with an interdisciplinary approach to design thinking through technical design training. Students will learn to apply design thinking to different fields such as business, social sciences, and engineering.
The Bachelor of Arts in Design (BADes) undergraduate major explores design as a language and process to respond to the complex challenges of our time. Design students learn to integrate multiple aspects of a problem and respond with interdisciplinary solutions to shape living with and in an evolving world.
The Minor in Design provides an opportunity for Tulane undergraduate students to study design principles beyond the introductory level.