th Master Architecture and Environment
The distance learning programme Master Architecture and Environment will be offered by the Hochschule Wismar - University of Applied Sciences: Technology, Business and Design (Germany), as well as the programme is accredited by ASIIN.
The aim of the inter-university degree programme Master Architecture and Environment is to provide the complexity and the technical knowledge necessary for "ecological building". In order to effectively meet contemporary demands for networked planning procedures and interdisciplinary, team orientated approaches to learning, the course modules are accompanied by collective projects.
Participants will learn to regulate different requirements and find holistic solutions through complex assignments set within the various course modules. The training enables you to apply and transfer scientific methods and to develop independently.
Current practices and relevant projects are treated scientifically to consider all factors significant to society. Our professors and lecturers are themselves practicing architects, scientists and researchers from various universities and research institutes who bring with them innovation and academic experience to accompany projects.
The theme building and environment has become on one of the most important topics regarding the future of building. It is deemed essential in the rapidly growing cities with large, mostly underdeveloped infrastructure, as well as in developed regions, which are often elaborately constructed, yet incorporate no sustainable concepts which value the environment. The goal, to establish and reinforce sustainable and holistically considered standards of practice, requires necessary changes to the whole planning and building process.
A "Master of Science" degree will present you with multiple career opportunities and promotion prospects, as an employee or as an independent practitioner.
Specialists are increasingly sought after in both the commercial and public environments, for the promotion of large building projects, as well as in the private sector, for smaller development requests. The areas of work range from master planning of cities and regional developments, to building design and the application of materials.
The inter-university distance learning course is concerned with the fundamental aspects of sustainable, ecological planning and building.
- Planning and Design I
- Energy Related Evaluations of Buildings
- Planning and Design II
- Building Materials/Pollutants
- Water and Landscape - The Building Building Surroundings I
- Holistic Ecological Concepts I
The inter-university distance learning course is concerned with the fundamental aspects of sustainable, ecological planning and building. In the third semester you can extend your knowledge by electing to specialise in a subject area (urban development or building materials).
- Specialisation A: Urban Planning
- Specialisation B: Building Products in Building Planning, Construction and Use
- Master Seminar
The Master Architecture and Environment is a four-semester programme you complete while working. There are self-study phases (with tutorial support) combined with seminars and telephone conferences. Because of the high proportion of self-study, it is up to you when you work with your study topics. Our programme stands out thanks to its extensive individual support. Your lecturers and your course coordinators are available online and by phone throughout your studies for personal discussions and questions.
Prerequisites for admission into the masters distance learning programme is the completion of a first level academic degree, in a related field of study, acquired at a national or international university.
To be eligible for admittance you must also provide proof of at least one year's professional work experience within the related field, after the conclusion of the academic degree. In case of doubt, the board of examiners will decide whether the prerequisites for course admission have been fulfilled.
The tuition fee of 4,000 EUR per semester includes:
- Teaching and examination costs
- Costs of the Master Thesis
- Class materials
- Event catering
- Costs for excursions
- as well as accommodation expenses during the seminars
You can also pay the semester fee in monthly instalments. We are happy to discuss this with you individually.
Course start: 1stof September 2014
Application closing date: 31th of August 2014
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Last updated January 11, 2016