OU Launches Online Sustainable Architecture Graduate Program

In collaboration with OU Online, the Division of Architecture is excited to announce a new Sustainable Architecture graduate program. This master’s program is 100% online and consists of 15 courses that can be completed in just 15 months.  

Earning a Master of Science in Sustainable Architecture can prepare students to accelerate their career in a high-growth field. The program’s experienced and interdisciplinary faculty will teach relevant skills centered around industry trends and employer needs. 

Stephanie Pilat, director of the Division of Architecture, explained, “Our new online masters in Sustainable Architecture reflects our commitment to teaching evidence-based design. This degree provides a means for those working in the design and construction professions to learn about the latest tools and research in sustainable building technology.”

She continued, “Here at OU, we want to do our part to help raise the level of expertise in our field broadly so that built environment professionals are better equipped to design and build sustainably. We designed this degree program to provide architects, engineers, facilities managers and others with the means to develop expertise in the latest practices and technology related to sustainable design.”

Lee Fithian, associate professor of Architecture and program director of the Master of Science in Sustainable Architecture program, expressed her excitement for the new course. “This is a fantastic opportunity for me to expand and share my passions for Sustainable Architecture using cutting edge, evidence-based design and performative practice to meet climate change head on.” 

Applications for this program are now being accepted. Learn more and apply at https://architectureonline.ou.edu/ms-in-sustainable-architecture/