ENGS 44: Sustainable Design

Offered

14S, 15S: 10A

Prerequisites

ENGS 21 and ENGS 22 or SART 65

Dist

TAS

Instructors

Cushman-Roisin

Textbooks

Spring 2014: None

Course Websites

Spring 2014

This course is an interdisciplinary introduction to the principles of design for sustainability, with emphasis on the built environment. Through lectures, readings, discussions, and a major design project, students learn to design buildings and other infrastructure with low to no impact on the environment. Emphasis is on creative thinking, strategies for managing the complexity of the product life cycle of the infrastructure, and the thorough integration of human and economic aspects in the design. Homework and project activities provide practice in relevant engineering analysis. Enrollment is limited to 20 students.

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Habitat for Humanity House
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