DEGREE STRUCTURE FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2016-2017 Master's Programme in Creative Sustainability (in Technology) Creative Sustainability in Real Estate and Water Management Creative Sustainability is a cross-disciplinary programme (120 cr) offered in English. The programme is organized jointly by different schools of Aalto University and it is coordinated by the School of Art and Design. The programme offers expertise in urban and industrial sustainability along with corporate responsibility. Students will be encouraged to rethink design, architecture, business management, industrial management, and real estate economics and water management, and to create new sustainable solutions for our various environments. The programme brings together students from different fields to work in multidisciplinary teams, increasing their holistic understanding of different fields and how they interconnect. It is built on a number of fundamental disciplines: real estate economics, water management, urban planning, landscaping, design, construction planning and architecture, responsible business operations, and industrial design in general. more information: https://into.aalto.fi/display/encskta/Homepage Major studies (60 cr) Common studies (compulsory courses, 30 cr) Code Name REC-E1010 REC-E1020 Yhd-12.3081 21E16000 MUO-E8000 Real Estate Economics Property Rights, Cadaster and Planning State of the World and Development Sustainable Business and Consumption Creative Teamwork Sustainable Product and Service Design, Theory Sustainable Built Environment MUO-E8020 WAT-E2060 Credits Teaching term and school 5 5 2 6 2 Period I (autumn term), ENG Period I (autumn term), ENG Period I (autumn term), ENG Period I (autumn term), BIZ Period I (autumn term), ARTS 5 Period II (autumn term), ARTS 5 Period II (autumn term), ENG Advanced studies (compulsory courses, 30 cr) Code Name REC-E3010 Real Estate Business and Entrepreneurship 5 Period III (spring term), ENG REC-E3030 Real Estate Development 5 REC-E4020 Environmental Law 5 Period III (spring term), ENG I,II,III,IV,V (autumn or spring term), ENG I,II,III,IV,V (autumn or spring term), ENG REC-E7020 SPT-E1050 Special Assignment in Real Estate Economics Systems Thinking for Sustainable Living Environment Credits 2 Teaching term and school 5 Period III (spring term), ENG 25E18000 Sustainable Entrepreneurship 6 Period IV (spring term), BIZ MUO-E8016 Knowledge-Making for Sustainability 2 Period V (spring term), ARTS Master’s thesis (30 cr) Code Name Credits Teaching term and school BE.thes Master's thesis 30 Spring/Autumn (ENG) DEGREE STRUCTURE FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2016-2017 Elective studies (30 cr) Courses offered by Department of Design (ARTS) MUO-E8021 Participatory Methods and Facilitation Skills 5 MUO-E8022 Creative Cooperation Methods and Skills 5 Period II (autumn term) Period III (spring term) MUO-E8012 Design for Government 10 Periods IV-V (spring term) MUO-E8017 Eco-auditing 2 MUO-E8018 Sustainability Politics 5 Period II (autumn term) Period III (spring term) Courses offered by Department of Architecture (ARTS) ARK-E3505 Sustainable Building Design 10 Periods III-V (spring term) ARK-E5505 Sustainable Urban Design 10 Periods III-V (spring term) MAR-E1024 Sustainable Landscape – EIA, studio Cities in Transition - Research & Theory (Notice: This course is a compulsory preknowledge for the corresponding studio course, Cities in Transition) Cities in Transition, Studio 10 Periods III-V (spring term) 5 Periods I-II (autumn term) 10 Periods III-V (spring term) 6 Periods III-V (spring term) ARK-E5503 ARK-E5504 Courses offered by School of Business (BIZ) 21E12002 CAPSTONE in Creative Sustainability 22E29100 How to change the world: Innovating toward Sustainability Dialogues in Corporate Responsibility in Global Economy Accounting for Sustainability 51E00100 21E06050 Business Ethics Responsibility Management (book exam) 21E10000 21E11001 6 6 Period III (spring term) Period II (autumn term) 6 6 6 Period IV (spring term) exams Courses offered by Department of Built Environment (ENG) WAT-E2070 Sustainable Global Technologies Studio (“Yhd-12.3081 State of the World and Development” and “WAT-E2060 Sustainable Built Environment” should be completed first.) Periods III-V (spring term) 10 ENG = School of Engineering, ARTS = School of Art, Design and Architecture, BIZ = School of Business. The courses take place in the three different campuses of Aalto University: in Arabia campus (Helsinki), in Töölö campus (Helsinki) and in Otaniemi campus (Espoo).