Sasakawa International Center for Space Architecture (SICSA) Busines Type: Education Institution
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Sasakawa International Center for Space Architecture (SICSA) is a nonprofit academic research and planning organization at the University of Houston. The Institute supports the world’s first and only Space Architecture program, focusing on the development of habitats and structures in extreme environments on Earth, other planets, and outer space. SICSA’s central mission is providing research and education programs to advance peaceful and beneficial uses of space and space technologies. Among other projects the program is working with Boeing on Mars Transit Habitat designs. The faculty is primarily composed of architects and former or current NASA employees. Houston is home to NASA’s Johnson Space Center, NASA’s center for human spaceflight, where human spaceflight training, research, and flight control are conducted.


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Students with Bachelor of Science (BS) degrees and backgrounds in engineering, architecture, human factors, and industrial design are eligible to apply. Want to be a SICSA graduate student and earn your Master of Science in Space Architecture?


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