Architectural Environment Engineering BEng
The three-year full time Bachelor of Engineering (BEng) in Architectural Environment Engineering course involves the use of modern and environment friendly technologies to create comfortable and efficient indoor environments. Engineers in this field apply their skills to design energy efficient buildings incorporating renewable energy, green architecture, ventilation, lighting, acoustics and electrical/control systems.
The demand for high-quality Architectural Environment Engineering graduates significantly exceeds supply, and graduates from this course, accredited by the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE), have excellent prospects of obtaining a rewarding job in an advancing industry.

Year One
In year one, the engineering fundamentals and principles required to develop an understanding and appreciation of the important connections between science, engineering, environmental design, building services and technologies are introduced.

Year Two
Your knowledge and competencies in environmental design and building services systems are further developed in year two. The use of sustainable materials and building services systems driven by non-fossil fuel based technologies are introduced to develop an appreciation of ?environmentally-friendly? buildings. Optional modules enable you to develop key management skills.

Year Three
Stronger emphasis is placed on building analysis, advanced environmental design and environmental performance modelling. Research projects are used to develop your own skills and ability in utilising appropriate aspects of the material covered in years one, two and three, and consider in more detail the holistic design of a building, its internal environment and/or the systems necessary to achieve an environmentally responsible building. Optional modules enable you to develop key engineering, science and management skills.
BEng Award
September Start
Full-time Study Mode
3 years Duration

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