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Stanford’s Sustainable Architecture+Engineering major integrates architectural design with engineering in developing sustainable strategies for the built environment.

What You'll Study

The undergraduate Sustainable Architecture+Engineering curriculum includes core coursework to be taken by all declared majors that provides a broad introduction to the major areas of architectural and engineering design with a focus on promoting sustainability in the built environment. Through the studio sequence and elective courses, students gain a breadth of design experience while also developing depth in specific topics of interest, which range from building performance and energy, earth systems, sustainability, structures and construction, history/theory, urban studies, to fine arts. The curriculum culminates in a capstone design experience to be completed by all majors.

Degrees Offered

  • BS
  • Honors

More Information

Learn more about Sustainable Architecture+Engineering in the Stanford Bulletin

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