University of Bath: Architectural Engineering (Environmental Design)
This course is no longer offered.
University of Bath currently offers other courses in Architecture and Civil Engineering:
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This course is designed to respond to the significant environmental impact of buildings, which account for around 34% of all energy use and 25% of all CO2 emissions worldwide. In more developed economies, this is significantly higher: UK buildings account for nearly 46% of all energy use and 39% of all carbon emissions. As a result, there is a need for construction professionals, and building designers in particular, who can create buildings with a low carbon footprint and reduced environmental impact. This programme is designed to provide students with the skills and deep knowledge base required to achieve this whilst providing the comfort expected in modern buildings.
University of Bath
Faculty of Engineering & Design
The Faculty of Engineering & Design offers a range of postgraduate taught and research degrees across our four Departments:
- Architecture & Civil Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Electronic & Electrical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
Our master’s, MPhil and PhD courses are united by a common interest in design, an area of strategic importance to all industrial sectors. All our postgraduate courses benefit from the work of academics with specialist expertise.
Postgraduate taught courses
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