ARH 605 Graduate Design Technology: Environmental Controls & Building Systems
Faculty: Goetz Frank / Steve Gross / Holly Brink / Scott Brown / Stephen Cia / Mark Donahue / Robert Henderson / Wyatt Kennedy / Toby Lewis / Shane Myrbeck / Paul Switenki
Investigate the critical relationship between energy and the built environment. Make educated design decisions considering the inter-connectedness of climate, building shape, occupant comfort, thermal envelope, conditioning systems, lighting systems, acoustics, and building energy consumption.
Course Learning Outcome
As a result of successfully completing this course, students…
Will be able to:
- Articulate the importance of related professional disciplines in the process of design.
- Evaluate and select appropriate mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and acoustical for a building.
- Relate systems into building design and construction.
- Make an educated design decision based on their understanding of the inter-connectedness of climate, building shape, occupant comfort, thermal envelope, conditioning systems, lighting systems, acoustics, and whole building energy consumption.