Building Engineering


Bachelor of Building Engineering (BEng)


As a building engineer, your knowledge of the building as an advanced technological system allows you to plan, design, construct, operate, renovate, and maintain a building, as well as its impact on the surrounding environment.


Master of Building Engineering (MEng)


This course-based program is designed to provide practising engineers the opportunity to strengthen and extend knowledge they acquired at the undergraduate level, to further develop their analytical skills, and to enhance their ability to comprehend advanced technology concepts and to solve complex problems.


Master of Construction Engineering and Management (MEng)


This course-based program is designed to provide practicing engineers the opportunity to strengthen and extend knowledge they acquired at the undergraduate level, to further develop their analytical skills, and to enhance their ability to comprehend advanced technology concepts and to solve complex problems.


Master of Building Engineering (MASc)


This thesis-based program is for those who want to bring their undergraduate knowledge to a deeper level, and engage in research aimed at advancing the design of technological systems. Conduct your research in established research centres and laboratories for performance of building envelope and materials, building environment (HVAC, acoustics, illumination, air quality), energy efficiency, and building structures.


Doctor of Building Engineering (PhD in Building Engineering)


This thesis-oriented program will give you theoretical knowledge and substantial research experience for innovative systems design and problem solving. Faculty member expertise includes: energy efficiency, passive solar engineering, lighting and acoustics; indoor air quality; earthquake resistance; wind effects on buildings; and computer-aided design.


Graduate Certificate in Building Engineering (Grad. Cert.)


Develop your expertise in building engineering by focusing on building science, construction management, energy efficiency, rehabilitation of urban infrastructure and facility management.

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