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B.C. Building Science Education

 

FOR NEW STUDENTS

BCIT

  • Building Envelope Performance - BLDC3050
  • Building Envelope Laboratory - BLDC3060

  • ABET program with Building Science specialization
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    UBC

  • Sustainable Building Science Program
  • Undergraduate engineering programs
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    Douglas College

  • Building Energy and Resource Management
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    University of Waterloo

  • System Design Engineering

  • Civil and Environmental Engineering
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    Ryerson University

  • Architectural Science
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    University of Toronto

  • Building Engineering
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    Algonquin College

  • Bachelor of Building Science
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    University of Washington

     

     

    FOR TRADES

    Kwantlen

  • Understand Seismic Requirements; Understanding Windows and Doors; Understanding New Energy Requirements
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    SAIT

  • Moisture Control Technician Certificate
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    Red River Community College

  • Centre for Applied Research in Sustainable Infrastructure (CARSI)
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    HPO

  • New Enhanced Training For Builders
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    Canadian Home Builders Association

     

     

    GRADUATE PROGRAMS

    BCIT

  • Master in Building Science program (M.Eng. and M.A.Sc.)
  • Graduate Certificate in Building Energy Modelling:
  • BCIT is offering a new Graduate Certificate in Building Energy Modelling starting September 1, 2015.

    Energy Modelling is an important area of specialization of Building Science; as such, the Graduate Certificate in Building Energy Modelling builds on the strengths and success of the Building Science Graduate Program at BCIT. The Certificate offers a unique physics-based interdisciplinary curriculum that develops a good understanding of the fundamental physical principles underlying building energy performance, and their application to the optimization systems, subsystems, and whole-building performance. Emphasis is placed on mechanical systems design, operation, and control; and their integration with the building envelope.

    Energy modelling is often mistakenly perceived as simply using sophisticated software tools to simulate building energy performance; but little is known about the underlying modelling principles and limitations of these tools, which often leads to highly inaccurate simulation results. A program for training competent building energy modellers was long overdue.

    For More Information: Email buildingscience@bcit.ca or check www.bcit.ca/buildingscience

     

    Ryerson

  • Master of Building Science
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    University of Toronto

  • Master of Engineering in Building Science
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    Professional Development for Consultants/Engineers:

    BCBEC Luncheons, AGM, ½ Day seminars

    Buildings XIII Conference December 2016

    CCBST NBEC conference 2017

    BEST-5 Conference 2018

    APEGBC Events

    ASHRAE Events

    Manufacturer training courses

    RCI Seminars and designations

    LEED Credentials

    Building Science Specialist of Ontario designation

    CRP Certified Reserve Planner designation

     

    Professional Development for Trades:

    RCABC Training

    HPO Seminars, events, training programs, advanced licensing

    Manufacturer training courses

    RCI Seminars and designations

     

    Additional Resources:

    APEGBC Professional Practice Guide for Building Enclosure Consulting

    APEGBC Technical Practice Bulletin for 5 and 6 storey wood frame buildings

    HPO Design guides

     

     

     

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    endorsement or certification of competence is implied or expressly stated.

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