Thesis 1 and 2 commences after the student's Thesis Proposal has been accepted by the Architecture, Interior Architecture, and Landscape Architecture Thesis Faculty. This process is intended to simulate the dialogue that occurs in professional practice between designers, clients, consultants, users, and regulatory agencies. Interaction between non-design constituents merges design thinking with societal issues and cultural concerns. The student orchestrates this interaction and applies the feedback it provides to his/her thesis project. Thesis I incorporates the preliminary and schematic stages of the design. Thesis 2 includes the design development and final stages of the design, as well as documentation of the entire process in the form of the Thesis Document.