Building Science Graduate Program
The Building Science Graduate Program has a unique, interdisciplinary approach that combines the theory and practical skills needed to deliver durable, healthy, comfortable and energy-efficient buildings. If you are a student interested in sustainability and innovations in building technologies, consider one of these 2 credentials:
- A Master of Engineering in Building Science degree which combines an intensive set of courses with an applied research project, to be completed in 16 months on a full-time basis;
- A Master of Applied Science in Building Engineering/Building Science degree requiring a smaller set of courses and a more in-depth research thesis, to be completed in a minimum of 24 months on a full-time basis. Both degrees can also be taken on a part-time basis to be completed within 3 to 5 years.
Missed an info session?
If you’ve missed a Building Science Graduate Program information session, you can watch the full video.
Note: This information session was held March 5, 2018 and topics discussed in this session are subject to change without notice.
Herman Kwok, M.Eng 2013
You will experience hands-on projects and build simulation models all through real industry standards. The program guides you to build your knowledge on top of the materials you have learnt before, and the result is very rewarding. The final project may also push your limits. In my case, specifying your original design and materials, down to the nuts and bolts, to construct a test wall of my own.