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"Green" and sustainable buildings don't stop with the completion of construction – they consist of on-going, interactive systems that require advanced knowledge and skills to design, manage, and diagnose over time. The fast pace of technological change and challenges demands advanced experience, knowledge, and skillsets of those who are charged with the continuing care and evolution of sustainable buildings and environments.
The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in Sustainable Building Science Technology (SBST) program will prepare you to apply expertise and systems knowledge to support highly technical building operations.
The SBST degree, which builds on your prior education and work experience, positions you to launch a career where you understand building functions and finance in order to manage structures that are healthier and more durable, efficient, economical, and sustainable.
This 90-credit degree program offers you a pathway to becoming a skilled Building Science Professional. SBST emphasizes upper-division coursework that focuses on the complexities of building science, energy codes, building codes, and facility management.
Victoria Hardy, Sustainable Building Science Technology Faculty Coordinator
Office Location: C222A
Contact Information: (206) 934-6858 firstname.lastname@example.org
Walk-in office hours change quarterly; please check with your instructor.
***Meetings can be arranged outside of office hours by appointment***