Sustainable Engineering: Architecture & Ecology MSc

University of Strathclyde    Department of Architecture

Full time & Part time September MSc 12 months full-time, 24 months part-time
Architecture, Building & Planning (3) Biological Sciences (4) Engineering (12) Environmental Sciences (13)

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Are you passionate about sustainable engineering and the relationship between architecture and ecology? Look no further than our MSc programme in Sustainable Engineering: Architecture & Ecology. This unique programme offers a cross-disciplinary approach, combining theoretical understanding with practical project work at the renowned urban laboratory, Arcosanti, in Arizona. With input from industry experts and collaboration with The Cosanti Foundation, Arizona State University, and the ECOSA Institute, you'll gain sought-after skills and knowledge in sustainable approaches and practices. Entry requirements include a first-class or second-class honours degree in architecture, engineering, or a related subject, with consideration given to relevant experience. Join us and be part of "one of the most important urban experiments in our lifetime."

About the course

This course will provide you with a critical understanding of the relationship between architecture and ecology, looking at both from a theoretical perspective. This will be done by instructional modules taken at Strathclyde in Glasgow during the first three months of study. The practical demonstration of this relationship will be through project work at the urban laboratory Arcosanti in Arizona.

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Entry Requirements

Normally a first-class or second-class honours degree (or international equivalent) in architecture, engineering or related subject.

Entry may be possible with other qualifications provided there is evidence of relevant experience and of the capacity for postgraduate study.

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