Architectural Engineering (MSc), DTU

| January 28, 2016

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With an MSc degree in Architectural Engineering, you can help influence the design of future buildings, and use your growing knowledge of engineering by optimizing and integrating it within the holistic design processes, which will define the future’s sustainable building architecture. The MSc program in Architectural Engineering is linking your engineering skills to the design process through numerous cross-disciplinary project courses at high level in order to make you a specialist within the field of building design.

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