MS - Sustainable Building Technology



This concentration explores structural principles, statics and strength of materials, structural systems, as well as building technology, intelligent structures, innovative structural assemblies, and integrated design. Areas of inquiry included performance-based design, innovative building systems integration, high performance building facaes, air filtration systems, bio-inspired design, and new material techologies.

The School of Architecture's Integrated Design Building Lab (IDRL) is a hub for research and actifity in this area. Faculty researching, teaching, and mentoring students in Sustinable Building Technology include:

Design Science and Building Technology Concentration 

 Core Courses (18 credit hours)

Elective Courses (12 credit hours)

  • As directed by their Advisor, students shoud take a total of 12 credits of architectural elective courses. These 12 credits can be any combination of ARCH 5050, 6050, 6306, and 6890 courses.

Degree Total = 30 Credit Hours