STUDIOS: Short, intensive projects similar to first-year graduate school projects; One-on-one guidance from instructors; Group discussions and reviews; Training sessions in graphics and related skills; Individual presentations to instructors and guest professionals; Direct access to the GSD’s Frances Loeb Library—one of the country’s foremost design and planning libraries.

Every Career Discovery student is exposed to the following disciplines but will select one as a concentration:

Architecture: the design and preservation of individual buildings and the understanding of relationships between buildings and their surroundings

Landscape Architecture: the planning, design, and preservation of built and natural landscapes, from rural landscapes to urban parks and infrastructure projects

Urban Planning & Design: the strategic planning of the city at the intersection of formal, social, civic and environmental issues