The course is suitable for graduates or experienced practitioners in disciplines related to the built environment, such as architecture, building services engineering, building technology or environmental studies who would like to strengthen their expertise in environmental design. The distance learning version of this course will be of particular interest to professionals who do not want to interrupt their careers, wherever they live.
Applicants should possess a good first degree (typically a 2:1 or equivalent), or equivalent work experience in a relevant discipline.
Months of entry
Conventional methods of construction are highly resource-intensive; they require energy, electricity and water, and generate landfill waste and CO2emissions. With governments and the public becoming increasingly aware of dwindling global resources and interested in sustainability issues, there is a growing demand for professionals working in the built environment to be well-versed in sustainable design.
Our MSc Environmental Design of Buildings aims to develop knowledge and expertise in the design of comfortable and healthy environments in and around buildings, regardless of climate, and with due regard to sustainable issues.
Please note that you are currently viewing the course details for our full-time course. We also offer part-time and distance learning options which is suitable for professionals working in the field.
You will be based in the School of Architecture’s new studio for graduate students at Friary House, in Cardiff city centre. This is within 5-10 minutes’ walk of our other site, Bute Building.
Fees and funding
Master's Excellence Scholarships
Scholarships available worth £3,000 each for UK/EU students starting a master’s degree in September 2019.
Qualification and course duration
Further details of qualification
This course is also delivered via online learning.
Course contact details
- Postgraduate Enquiries
- +44 (0)29 2087 0084