Postgraduate Courses

MArch: Sustainable Architecture Part II

This course is designed for architecture students who already have Part 1 exemption and who wish to study for the Part 2 examination whilst developing an appropriate philosophical approach to design through the specialism of environment and energy.

Validated by the University of East London and the Architects Registration Board.

MSc Sustainable Food and Natural Resources

MSc Sustainable Food and Natural Resources will give students a deep understanding of the core concepts of sustainability and what constitutes resilience to environmental change.

MSc Sustainability in Energy Provision and Demand Management

This new degree examines sustainable energy provision, the science and engineering behind such energy provision, global and local energy markets, energy and resource management, and the role of actors across scales in achieving energy security and sustainability.

Subject to validation by the University of East London.

 

MSc Sustainability and Adaptation

MSc Sustainability and Adaptation has a starting point of sustainability which then opens up to optional modules, allowing students to tailor the course to match their desired learning outcomes. Students pick modules from a pool of sustainability subjects such as energy movement through buildings, materials and practical building projects, land use, planning, political and economic impact of climate change and renewable technologies.

 

MSc Sustainability and Adaptation in the Built Environment

MSc Sustainability and Adaptation in the Built Environment focuses on the micro element of buildings, specifically asking how buildings can be made sustainable and how they can be designed to take account of the effects of climate change. Subjects covered include energy movement through buildings, materials and the practical aspects of sustainable building.

 

MSc Sustainability and Adaptation Planning

MSc Sustainability and Adaptation Planning focuses on the broader environmental issues of climate change within the built environment. The course specifically looks into land use, planning, policy making, cities and communities and the complexities of managing these elements on a political, social and economic level.

 

Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

Masters levels modules are a great way to develop your knowledge and skills. We offer a range of postgraduate qualifications available starting from just over £1000.

 

Short Courses

The Centre for Alternative Technology also offers a variety of short residential courses covering a range of sustainability issues including renewable energy, environmentally friendly building techniques, and water and sanitation solutions.

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