Our dual accredited and well respected MSc Building Services course emphasises the application of modern, sustainable and energy efficient engineering systems in the context of the built environment. The programme is characterised by parallel themes of design and management of project work, complemented throughout by the drive towards sustainability and energy efficiency of engineering solutions.
This MSc course is designed to encourage you to approach your academic and professional career as a creative, innovative manager and engineer. On graduation you will have the potential to contribute to significant advances in engineering and technological and social issues associated with the building engineering services industries.
This MSc is accredited by both the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) and the Energy Institute (EI), fulfilling the academic requirement for Chartered Engineer (CEng) status.
LEARNING ENVIRONMENT AND ASSESSMENT
The application of sustainable Building Services Engineering is multi-disciplinary so you will carry out project work, which will facilitate dialogue between the Engineer and other members of the design and management team. It is the development of novel technological and engineering solutions within the often contradictory constraints of sustainability, safety, economy and energy efficiency, and the law which pose the challenge in the course.
In a time of rapid technological advances, when the international community is aware of and sensitive to a range of environmental issues, you will gain sufficient understanding of current developments and their underpinning technology to analyse and offer solutions to the problems faced by today’s engineers in the fields of Building Services and associated engineering disciplines.
This MSc course is designed to encourage students to approach their academic and professional careers as creative and innovative managers and engineers and to ensure that the successful graduates will have potential to contribute to significant advances in engineering and technological and social issues associated with the building engineering services industries.