Sustainable architecture is the practice of designing and construction buildings that aims to minimize negative environmental impact by focussing on green construction technology, renewable energy and improving a building’s energy performance. Sustainable or green architecture is more popular than ever as a result of global pressure to find ways to minimize our environmental impact.
If you want to make a difference in the environmental impact of how buildings are designed, built and used, the Sustainable Architecture program at Herzing College’s Montreal campus will not only train you for a career in the construction industry but also how to adopt and develop strategies for designs and development that are sustainable.
Courses in the Sustainable Architecture program include:
Graduates of the Sustainable Architecture program are suited for employment a Drafting Technician, Appraiser or Assessor or Architectural Technologist.
This program is available in English and in French.