Master Program in Architectural Engineering in Spain

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Architectural Engineering

Master-level studies involve specialized study in a field of research or an area of professional practice. Earning a master’s degree demonstrates a higher level of mastery of the subject. Earning a master’s degree can take anywhere from a year to three or four years. Before you can graduate, you usually must write and defend a thesis, a long paper that is the culmination of your specialized research.

Students interested in the technical aspects of construction may consider studying architectural engineering. This type of program usually teaches students the skills needed to design and monitor the structural integrity and various other internal systems of buildings.

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Graduate in environmental acoustics

laSalle Barcelona Postgraduate
Campus Full time 5 months October 2018 Spain Barcelona

The Graduate Environmental Acoustics prepares participants to design and implement solutions to combat noise pollution. How to control noise, measure and quantify. The study of the law against noise, regulations and ordinances are some of the aspects you need anyone who wants to become a specialist in Environmental Acoustics. [+]

This postgraduate course addresses the problem of noise pollution (traffic noise, industrial noise, noise and vibration activities) and study its characterization, measurement, control, legislation and design solutions. During practices on real cases develop from field measurements, simulations or acoustic modeling and laboratory measurements. As in the rest of MAAM courses, students get to have a solid foundation on the subject treated controlled thanks to teachers and group work tracking.


This postgraduate course is aimed at those who:

Want to deepen and expand knowledge in the field of environmental acoustics and noise control. Wish to master the measurement of acoustic signals and vibrations. Want to learn to assess each situation and resolve critical cases. Wishing to obtain a complete and a strong base on controlling noise pollution and the current state of the theories that explain the laws and regulations that measure and evaluate. Engineers or senior technical architects and / or. Graduates in Physics, Chemistry and Environment among others. Experienced professionals. ... [-]

University Master in Integrated Architecture Project

laSalle Barcelona Postgraduate
Campus Full time 1 year September 2019 Spain Barcelona

The Master in Integrated Architectural Design is a one-year program offered by Universitat Ramon Llull within the La Salle School of Architecture (ETSALS) in Barcelona. [+]

The Master in Integrated Architectural Design is a one-year program offered by Universitat Ramon Llull within the La Salle School of Architecture (ETSALS) in Barcelona.

It is a post-professional degree intended for individuals who have completed a four-year undergraduate professional program in architecture or its equivalent.

The objective of the program is to provide advanced students or young professionals with the opportunity to engage in postgraduate study that encourages critical thought in the context of architectural design.

Integrating within architectural design inputs from building technologies, environmental analysis, mapping practices, advanced diagramming, representational techniques, social studies, theoretical speculation, conceptualizing tools and so on, allows the program to foster innovation within the discipline. Aware of the need for grounded experimentation, architectural heteronomics thus promotes an architecture that can be shared and contested in order to continually advance into new territories. The program emphasizes an integrated approach to architectural design and research, resulting in a commitment to design excellence that demands not only the skillful manipulation of program and form, but also inspiration from a broad body of knowledge. The intersection between the subjects and the scale lines creates a matrix which provides a flexible structure for incorporating other postgraduate programs and specialized courses within the same framework, counting on the collaboration of specialists and other professionals in the discipline. Specifically, the program seeks to: Explore architectural design integrated within a broad body of knowledge Address architectural heteronomics as a central research horizon Engage in a multi-scalar curriculum Activate a skill range that... [-]