Bachelor Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences

This is Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences

Look around you, at the house or neighborhood in which you live or the school you attend. Your surroundings are largely determined by architecture, urbanism and civil engineering. Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences (AUBS) is about understanding these surroundings and its ongoing changes. It’s about the creation and adaptation of buildings, neighborhoods and cities to new wishes and demands from society. Different perspectives play a role. Therefore, AUBS is a broad and challenging study program.

Bachelor’s program Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences

During the Bachelor’s program, you develop a broad base to become an Engineer in the field of AUBS. You will get courses such as architecture, structural design, building physics,  building technology, urbanism, real estate and management. During the design assignments, you will learn to understand the connection between the different disciplines. Furthermore, you will discover what areas suits you best and in which discipline you like to specialize from the second year on. In the third year, you will learn to combine all disciplines by working in multidisciplinary project groups.

The bachelor’s program Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences is a broad study program: a mix between theory and practice, between thinking and doing. The broad approach allows you to get to know all disciplines of the Built Environment. With this knowledge, you can then specialize in your favorite discipline.

Professional opportunities

The Bachelor’s program Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences offers you a broad base as an Engineer in the field of AUBS. Many of our graduates afterwards choose our Master’s program Architecture, Building and Planning (ABP) or Construction Management and Engineering (CME). These Master’s programs allow you to become an architect, building physics consultant, structural engineer, project manager or real estate manager.

Want to know more?

If you have more general questions about admission and enrollment or tuition fee, the International Office is more than happy to answer your questions.

If you want to know more about the Bachelor program Architecture Urbanism and Building Sciences, please feel free to contact the department's Academic Office