You won’t just work with engineers; you’ll be at the forefront of innovative collaborations with AI programmers, material scientists, business leaders, structural designers, circular economists, and international development professionals.
The architectural engineering and construction solutions (AECS) market is poised to grow by USD 2.87 billion between 2020-2024 (source: Technavio).
Graduation from this programme will enable you to work with architects to maximise sustainable architectural energy performance and contribute to the design or redesign of complex structures. As a graduate, you would typically seek employment where all aspects of building services - heating, ventilation, air conditioning (HVAC) - are required. You are likely to be involved with other aspects of building design and construction where mechanical, electrical, lighting and acoustic systems are required and where structural drawings and calculations are needed.