Here at the wsa we offer 4 MSc programmes in advanced built environment practices.
All of these courses are designed to be appropriate for professionals from across the range of built environment professions, including, architects, surveyors, engineers and planners; as well as those prospective students whose academic and work experience has been in allied fields who have some involvement in the production or management of the built environment: such as environmental science, facilities management, policy and environmental assessment.
These courses benefit directly from the widely recognised research strengths of the School in low carbon, sustainable design and practice.
On all of these courses you will learn about the impact that the built environment has on the sustainability of our planet and its inhabitants and importantly how you as practitioners, can overcome barriers and help to ensure that your buildings become a part of a sustainable, environmentally conscious future.
The courses respond directly to the ongoing trend in both practice and legislation in environmental, or low carbon approaches to design, and this trend is encouraged by legislation which demands a higher level of regard for sustainability.
The four MSc programmes (of which one is also delivered by distance learning) have been designed to offer practitioners a range of valuable perspectives to choose from:
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