Bachelor of Science in Sustainable Built Environments
The College of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture is pleased to offer a degree opportunity for students interested in entering the new green economy.
The Bachelor of Science in Sustainable Built Environments is a four-year, 121-credit, interdisciplinary undergraduate degree that endows students with a comprehensive understanding of sustainability principles and trains them in the skills to make our communities, buildings, and landscapes more sustainable.
Students will study topics such as net-zero energy design, energy conservation, passive solar design and natural ventilation, and climate response.
Graduates of our degree program are employed as designers in architecture firms, designers of renewable energy systems, managers within non-profit organizations, leaders in government agencies and corporations offering sustainability-focused products or services, and as environmental researchers. They are also prepared to continue their education in a graduate degree program.