Course code: #1501X01FWO
These are mandatory and all come with course.
The one-year Green Architecture Ontario College Graduate Certificate program at Algonquin College gives you the practical skills and theoretical knowledge to stay up-to-date on sustainable building design strategies.
In the face of climate change, the field of green architecture is gaining increasing importance.
This program complements your knowledge of building design, technology and construction with a range of design strategies that reduce our ecological footprint.
Learn how to design buildings that are healthy, liveable as well as environmentally responsible.
Some design strategies learned in this program are sustainable site development, managing material resources, and conservation of energy and water. Study sustainable practices that will help mitigate the current climate crisis.
During the program, you complete Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC) courses which help prepare you to write the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Associate (GA) exam for the LEED (GA) credential.
This additional credential is sought-after by many employers. The program provides opportunities for you to participate in student design competitions, design charrettes and client projects that challenge your knowledge and experience.
In your final term, you have the opportunity to apply your knowledge to a sustainable design project. Once completed, you present your project to a panel of sustainable design professionals.
Graduates are able to evaluate and analyze current practices in building design and are well positioned to be considered for significant roles working on sustainable projects.
|Cost of living||1 person||$7,368|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$13,650|
Duolingo: Overall 115 (minimums of 115 Literacy, 90 Production)
Algonquin's EAP Program
Level 6 with
a grade of B in all core courses
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