Sustainable Architecture (Master's Programme)
Sustainable Architecture (Master's Programme 2 years)
The MSc in Sustainable Architecture at NTNU aims at educate and train building professionals in the use and development of competitive methods and solutions for lowering GHG emissions of the built environment in a life-cycle perspective.
The MSc in Sustainable Architecture at NTNU aims to educate and train building professionals in the analysis and implementaion of solutions for lowering the environmental impact of buildings in a life-cycle perspective. Students in the programme are trained in both the development of scientific research works and in developing architectural design projects aiming for a zero-emission built environment.
The continuous focus on an integrated design methodology throughout the programme enables the students to perform in any building design team, both as co-workers and as leaders.
As a student on the MSc programme you have access to excellent working conditions with a modern library and study rooms. The programme's close link to the interdisciplinary Research Centre on Zero Emission Buildings ensures close contact with State-of-the-Art research and practice in Norway and abroad.
The curriculum of the MSc in Sustainable Architecture is structured around three main concerns related to the environmental impact of the built environment:
- environmental performance
- environmental impact
- integrated energy design
The programme is open to both international and Norwegian students with a 3-year Bachelor degree in Architecture, Engineering or Urban Planning.
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