The Stackable Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Design: Technology and Environment is for students interested in sustainability at various scales and within a diverse set of contexts. Program participants will focus on issues of performance, primarily at the building scale - considering both technical components such as daylight modulation and thermal factors within larger systems, as well as philosophical questions about sustainability and its potential boundaries or lack thereof. Building science and phenomenological experience are both considered throughout the coursework.
The stackable graduate certificate is open to any UT Austin degree-seeking graduate student and requires three classes (nine credit hours).
|SELECT THREE COURSES FROM:|
|ARC 384G Environmental Control: Light, Sound & Electricity|
|ARC 386M 11-Energy Modeling and the Design Process|
|ARC 386M 13-Light and Sustainable Design|
|ARC 386M 19-Solar Geometry and Energy Flow in Buildings|
|ARC 386M 33-Regenerative Architecture|
|ARC 386M 34-Sustainable Architectural Design|
|ARC 386M 35-Sustainability: Why This Way|
|ARC 386M 36-Intro to Urban Ecology
For more information, contact the Graduate Program Coordinator.