Sasakawa International Center for Space Architecture
The Sasakawa International Center for Space Architecture (SICSA) is a unique research, design and teaching entity that supports the world’s only MS-Space Architecture program. We are academic leaders in the field of space architecture and are also active in planning and design of facilities for extreme environments on Earth. Included are ocean facilities, polar research stations and human disaster accommodations.
The center offers two types of MS-Space Architecture
curriculum, one for full-time students (3 semesters) and another for part-time local industry employees (5 semesters).
Students with various bachelor degrees and background are eligible to apply. All graduate student application review and acceptance processes
follow academic procedures and standards established by the University and College which are
administered by the Associate Dean, Assistant Dean and Graduate Program
Director. Upon verification that these requirements are satisfied, SICSA
faculty participate in the final candidate selection decisions.