The masters of computational design and construction, MCDC, is a graduate program for generative design and fabrication through parametric software. The approach of the program is to rethink architecture, engineering and construction, AEC, in a way that applies algorithmic logic and material intelligence from the initial design to the final creation of a project. A special emphasis is placed on fabrication technology integrally embedded in the design process. In this graduate program students are taught technical tools like computer programming and advanced 3d modelling software’s while exploring fabrication techniques ranging from laser cutter, CNC milling and additive manufacturing using 3d printers, all of which are available for student use at the faculty. The program is oriented towards real life construction methods and is supported by leading industry companies.