The MSc programme in Sustainable Environmental Design in Architecture (SEDA) has been specifically designed to provide expertise for graduates and professionals who seek to enhance their knowledge of the increasingly key area of sustainable built environments in a changing climate.
The MSc programme will help develop both practical skills in environmental assessment and a deeper understanding of climate-sensitive design, designing for climate change, sustainable architecture and computer modelling of sustainable environments.
Taught by our expert researchers, the programme is for graduates and professionals wanting to learn about the increasingly key area of sustainable design.
You will develop skills in the use of computer environmental modelling software and the application of that software to sustainable environmental design via coursework assignments.
You will also acquire specific analytical skills in the application of both quantitative and qualitative research methods and generic research skills such as reflective learning, literature reviewing and dissertation writing.
You can personalise your programme by choosing from specialist option modules that reflect the high quality research expertise in the School. We offer options that include:
- low and zero carbon energy systems
- digital design
- Building Information Modelling (BIM)
- construction and management.
Covering academic and practical issues, the MSc SEDA programme is an excellent preparation for specialist roles within academic research, architectural practice and engineering consultancies.
Why School of Architecture?
Highly rated research
Liverpool was the UK’s first Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) accredited University School of Architecture. Research lies at the core of our activities and we have highly rated international research in the fields of History and Theory and Environment and Process.
The activities of the research groups within these two fields provide the knowledge and expertise required by the professional discipline that the School serves, but also reach out into related areas in the visual arts, urban design, conservation and innovative technologies.