Master of High Performance Buildings
The post-professional Master of High Performance Buildings is an academic degree, offered jointly by the College of Architecture and the Department of Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering. It is intended for students, with professional degrees in architecture or a bachelor of science degree in engineering, seeking to develop a better understanding of the theories, methods, and technologies necessary to achieve high performance, energy efficient, healthy, and sustainable buildings, with an emphasis on the integrated design process in which architects and engineers work together to achieve common goals.
Minimum GRE requirements: 292 quantitative + verbal and 2.5 analytical writing.
|CAE 513||Building Science||3|
|CAE 556||Net Zero Energy Home Dsgn I||3|
|CAE 557||Net Zero Energy Home Dsgn II||3|
|ARCH 546||Arch Studio VI: Advanced||6|
|Select a minimum 15 credit hours from the following: 1||15|
|Adv Topics in Hist&Theory I||3|
|Topics in Advanced Technology||3|
|Environ & Building Systems I||3|
|Environ & Building Systems II||3|
|Desn Energy-Efficient Bldg I||3|
|Design of Energy-Eff Bldg II||3|
|Lighting Systems Design||3|
|Constrctn Methods&Cost Estmg||3|
|BIM Applications for Bldg Perf||3|
|Building Enclosure Design||3|
|Energy Conservation Dsgn:Bldgs||3|
|Applied Bldg Energy Modeling||3|
|Intro Building Info Modeling||3|
|Indoor Air Pollution||3|
|Total Credit Hours||30|
Maximum 12 credit hours from 400 level elective courses allowed.