Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Healthy Indoor Environments
Certificate Level: Graduate
Admission Requirements: ABET accredited undergraduate BS degree in Architectural Engineering or equivalent (i.e., Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, others).
Certificate Type: Post-Baccalaureate
Minimum Number of Credits to Completion: 9.0
Instructional Delivery: Campus
Calendar Type: Quarter
Expected Time To Completion: 1 year
Financial Aid Eligibility: Not aid eligible
Classification of Instructional Program (CIP) Code: 14.0401
Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) Code: 11-9041
About the Program
This program will educate post-baccalaureate students with the knowledge and skills necessary for assessing the state of existing buildings or designing new buildings through the lens of promoting healthy indoor environments and well-being of building occupants. It combines courses on indoor air quality, indoor airflow, outdoor pollution (which is transported indoors), and/or risk assessment to provide students with the engineering toolkit to conduct meaningful work in the healthy buildings and health-promoting HVAC industry markets. This certificate is responsive to the newly disseminated understanding of the role buildings play in reducing indoor disease transmission and elevating occupant performance and satisfaction. The certificate will train professionals such as architectural, environmental, civil, and mechanical engineers who do or want to work in the healthy buildings industry.
Visit the College of Engineering certificates web page to learn more.
|Indoor Air Quality
|Airflow Simulation in Built Environment
|or ENVE 560
|Fundamentals of Air Pollution Control
Sample Plan of Study
|AE 561 or ENVE 560
|Total Credits 9