|Faculty:||Architecture and the Built Environment
|Field of Study:||Architectural Engineering
Environmental/Environmental Health Engineering
|Description:||As the world's resources become scarce, there is a growing need for buildings to be environmentally responsible. This, in turn, calls for design professionals who are more than 'just' architects or 'just' engineers. It calls for designers with the creative and analytical skills of both architecture and engineering. It is these designers who can achieve design excellence while at the same time pursuing imaginative strategies for the efficient use of resources.
This course is unique. As a joint degree it enables you to work towards professional status in both engineering and architecture. You will learn about architecture, passive design, environmental physics, environmental systems in buildings and the effective use of energy and materials.
|Cost per year:*||
Cost per year is in Canadian dollars, based on the international full-time fee. Please visit the program page for further information.