M.Sc.-Sustainable Architecture and Computer Aided Environmental Design
This Masters Degree programme in the School of Architecture allows the opportunity to study computer aided architectural design in conjunction with effective environmental design. One of the main emphases of the course is on the integration of techniques into the design of buildings and their surroundings. The Degree is based upon a programme which began in 1992 and which was revised in 1998.
The degree also gives training in research methods which is particularly relevant to students wishing to pursue further study at the PhD level. The degree is not designed to give exemption from professional examinations (such as those covered by the RIBA/ARB) which are covered by alternative courses.
International Student Requirements:
IELTS 7.0 (with minimum of 6 in each component), TOEFL 575 (paper), TOEFL 232 (computer), TOEFL 90 (iBT) or an equivalent.
Tuition & Financial Aid
Tuition In-State Full Time:
Financial Aid Offered: No