Architecture – Green Building

Master, full-time

Overview

This master's degree program offers a practically oriented and interdisciplinary architectural education with a focus on sustainability throughout the entire life cycle of a building. Building upon the bachelor's degree programs in Architecture - Green Building or Architecture, you will expand and deepen your skills in design, construction and project management and gain detailed insight into integrated design. The future-oriented topic BIM, Building Information Modeling, will play a central role in your education. This compact and complete degree program in architecture offers excellent career prospects in responsible and project management positions in engineering and architectural firms, as well as in the planning departments of construction companies, property developers and public authorities.

Contact us

Contact us!

Birgit Scholze
Manuela Schriefl
DIin Heidelinde Fischl (Maternity leave)

Favoritenstraße 226, P.1.07
1100 Vienna
P: +43 1 606 68 77-2230
F: +43 1 606 68 77-2239
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Duration of course
4 Semester
Organisational form
Full-time
120ECTS
Language of instruction German
16Study places
Final degree
DI (comparable with Master of Science)

Application period for the academic year 2021/22

19th October 2020 to 12th May 2021

tuition fee / semester:

€ 363,361

+ ÖH premium + contribution2
+ One time: package of norms ca. € 320 - 350,-3

 

1 Tuition fees for students from third countries € 727,- per semester

2 for additional study expenses
(currently up to € 83,- depending on degree program and year)

3 One time package of norms ca. € 320 - 350,- for students who have not completed their bachelor's degree at FH Campus Wien.

What you can offer

You have already completed an undergraduate architectural degree program and are therefore able to apply methods of scientific work. You are ready to further develop your creative potential and prefer a specially structured and solution-oriented approach. In project-related work you are able to draw upon personal qualities such as the ability to work well under pressure, make decisions and risk awareness as well as your fundamental understanding of business administration. In your work you value efficiency and quality and are willing to take on responsibility. You have the ability to approach people openly and to work productively in a team.

What we offer you

FH Campus Wien has more than fifteen years of experience running civil engineering degree programs, and today has extensive expertise and a large network at its disposal. You will benefit from this during your studies, for example in interdisciplinary and inter-departmental project work, and in the course of your professional career. This network includes architectural and planning offices such as the civil engineering offices of FCP Fritsch and Chiari & Partner ZT GmbH, as well as contractors such as STRABAG SE, which cooperate with FH Campus Wien not only in the context of training for their employees. In addition to well-founded theory, practical experience is our top priority. Therefore, you will have the opportunity as part of your course work to engage in practical learning based on actual groundbreaking large-scale projects such as the expansion of our main campus in the new district "Verteilerkreis". In addition, we regularly invite you to further your education in the seminar series "Selected Chapters from Construction Practice". Practical relevance is also guaranteed at our Campus Lectures, public lecture evenings with prominent experts, that FH Campus Wien regularly invites you to join.

What makes this degree program special?

  • Compact and complete architectural degree program
  • Practically oriented education: skills for design, integrated planning, construction and project management
  • Sustainability requirements, from planning to disposal

What makes this degree program stand out is that it provides a full architectural education in a compact form. The degree program provides detailed know-how in design, planning and project management and provides deep insight into integrated planning including BIM, Building Information Modeling, from design to detailed planning. In practically oriented courses you will have the opportunity to participate in Austrian architectural competitions or explore modular building design and demountable systems in structural design for example. Thus you will be able to take the entire lifecycle of a building into consideration during the planning, all the way to proper disposal and recycling. In addition to the focus on sustainable construction, as well as the good career opportunities it brings, this degree program offers numerous other advantages: You will learn in small groups, always within the framework of interdisciplinary projects together with structural engineering students and will benefit from the excellent FH Campus Wien network with companies such as STRABAG SE, PORR, ÖBB or FCB. Alone the excellent reputation the Department Building and Design enjoys in the construction industry is a useful building block for your career.


What you will learn in the degree program

The master’s degree program is designed to be interdisciplinary and practically oriented and combines the topics of sustainable construction, design and strategic design. In sustainable construction you will expand your knowledge of innovative building materials and modular building design, environment and construction, architectural and cultural history as well as communication and presentation. The essential fundamentals for design are the integrated planning and know-how about architectural rendering, design and construction in existing structures, architectural typologies and spatial design.

In the module “Strategic Design” you will be prepared for project-related work. This will include construction contract law and construction and planning law, as well as detailed knowledge of construction management including calling for tender, awarding contracts, performance and quality control and the methods of settlement. In addition, you will refine your techniques for project management and gain a comprehensive overview of the current software.

Curriculum

LectureSWSECTS
Architectural and art history VO

Architectural and art history VO

Lector: Mag. Alexander Potucek

2SWS
2ECTS

Lecture contents

This course offers an overview of global art and architecture history. Definitions of architecture, of architecture as an art form or as spatial art, and the concepts of the author, style and category will be discussed as classification systems of architectural and art history, through the use of selected examples. One focus, which places an emphasis on Austrian art and architecture, thus depends on the period of the early modern period to the present day. Particular emphasis is placed on historical and sociological foundations and the idea of architectural discourse.

Assessment methods

Final Test

Teaching methods

VO

Language

German-English

22
Construction Law VO

Construction Law VO

Lector: Mag. Gerald Fuchs

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

Based on the constitutional principles, the lecture is devoted to special safety aspects of construction and planning law. Understanding for the secondary laws of building regulations, as well as for trade, the environment and nature conservation law topics is encouraged. The application or implementation of legislation is demonstrated by means of case studies.

Assessment methods

Final Test

Teaching methods

VO

Language

German

11
BIM-based building modeling - Visualization UE

BIM-based building modeling - Visualization UE

Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Moritz Findler, Dipl.-Ing. Clemens Resch

2SWS
2ECTS

Lecture contents

The theme of Building Information Modeling is fully introduced, including their advantages and challenges as a planning tool. The second part of the exercise provides different visualization techniques for creating realistic computer images . The focus is on the realistic representation of different architecture scenarios .

Assessment methods

Final Test

Teaching methods

UE

Language

German

22
Design 1 UE

Design 1 UE

Lector: DI Peter Nageler, Dipl.-Ing.in Dr.in Hildegard Sint

4SWS
12ECTS

Lecture contents

The studio brings together basic knowledge in a complex architectural design.
From the perspective of creative engagement with a holistic architectural approach the task is to observe all relevant points of view, to develop and implement all the way into the detail stages of the design.
The studio aims to explore differentiated positions and develop architecture in all its possible and different effects. The representation takes place using scaled plans, models, perspective sketches, renderings and descriptions.
Based on the plans and model, a public presentation of the participating partners is mandatory.

Assessment methods

Final Test

Teaching methods

UE

Language

German

412
History of sustainable construction VO

History of sustainable construction VO

Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Martin Aichholzer

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

The course offers an overview of the spectrum of architectural history with a focus on "sustainability". Sustainable, holistic concepts from various regions in the historical timeline (for example ventilation concepts, use of solar energy) will be taught with reference to the respective society.

Assessment methods

Final Test

Teaching methods

VO

Language

German

11
Innovative Building Materials ILV

Innovative Building Materials ILV

Lector: Dipl.-Ing.in Henriette Fischer, BSc

1SWS
2ECTS

Lecture contents

In this course, innovative building materials and construction methods are presented or introduced by the students and analyzed according to various criteria. Students learn innovative approaches to building materials in terms of sustainability well as their capacity to improve resource efficiency and recyclability, minimize environmental impact, implement social aspects and improve functional performance. The approaches vary between innovative materials and raw materials (e.g. biogenic plastics), technologies, construction and processes (e.g. reverse logistics for construction waste). The technical demands of innovative construction materials are discussed and analyzed.

Assessment methods

Teaching methods

The course consists of a lecture part and an elaboration part.

Language

German

12
Innovative modular design VO

Innovative modular design VO

Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Gerulf Weber, MSc

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

The course conveys the following modular systems in detail: solid and frame construction systems, building envelope and perforated façade system, system extensions and the building services system. Thus, based on exemplary and innovative construction methods, a deepening in architectural conceptual thinking is acquired in detail and understood against the background and form of structural relationships. One focus of the course is on independent innovative detail development with a focus on the use and disposal (dismantling) of ecologically long-term materials, and the avoidance of disposable technology.

Assessment methods

Final Test

Teaching methods

VO

Language

German

11
Low-high tech design VO

Low-high tech design VO

Lector: DI Dr. Claudia Maria Walther

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

The lecture introduces theories and examples showcasing the role of technology in architecture. Starting from theories, which present style as a product of technology, the role of building technology and that of architectural design strategies is critically reflected upon with reference to historical and contemporary low-, high- and hybrid design solutions. One part of the lecture discusses development architecture as the precursor if low-tech design strategies as well as the role of the low-high tech debate for the current architectural discourse.

Assessment methods

Final Test

Teaching methods

VO

Language

English

11
Modeling UE

Modeling UE

Lector: DI Raphael Van Daele

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

In this course, various modeling and illustration techniques at different scales with different materials and various fabrication techniques are analyzed and further developed.

Assessment methods

Assessment of tutorial works

Teaching methods

UE

Language

German

11
Design and Construction in stock VO

Design and Construction in stock VO

Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Mag. Dr. techn. Cristian Abrihan

2SWS
2ECTS

Lecture contents

The architecturally appropriate treatment of existing as well as of historic structures and their contemporary refurbishment and additions is mediated. Using examples, the course illustrates the application of topics such as protection of buildings and monuments, soil mechanics, reconstruction of historical structures and equipment as well as how to evaluate the state of the building and the economic measures for energy-efficient refurbishment (building envelope, systems engineering )

Assessment methods

Final Test

Teaching methods

VO

Language

German

22
Presentation Techniques SE

Presentation Techniques SE

Lector: FH-Prof.in DIin(FH) Mag.a Dr.in Andrea Bódvay

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

The essential strategic aspects of preparing a presentation are taught by means of specific exercises; examples of various presentation options and essential aspects of personal appearance are also practiced.

Assessment methods

Final Test

Teaching methods

SE

Language

German

11
Certification systems UE

Certification systems UE

Lector: Dipl.Ing. Tobias Hutter, B.Arch., M.Eng., Mag. Dipl.-Ing. Wolfgang Lukaschek

2SWS
2ECTS

Lecture contents

The course includes a detailed examination of market-leading certification systems such as LEED, BREEAM, DGNB/ÖGNI and analyses the relevant core criteria, their evidence methodology and the current trends in the development of criteria (i.e. Sustainable Development Goals). The application of a certification system is worked through with the students based on a practical example.

Assessment methods

Project (Presentation)

Teaching methods

UE (Practice)

Language

German

22
Multi-storey timber construction VO

Multi-storey timber construction VO

Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Martin Aichholzer, Dipl.-Ing. Dipl.-Ing. Gunther Koppelhuber, M.Arch.(AA), Dipl.-Ing.in Elena Mitrenova, MA, Dipl.-Ing.in Aída Santana Sosa

2SWS
2ECTS

Lecture contents

The lecture deals with multi-storey wooden construction. The boundaries, legal framework, basic building components and exterior design options are shown and discussed with reference to examples and project analysis in terms of sustainability and durability.

Assessment methods

Written examination after completion of the course and evaluation of the exercises.

Teaching methods

Lecture and research work as an exercise.

Language

German

22

LectureSWSECTS
Design 2 UE

Design 2 UE

Lector: Matthias Bresseleers, MArch., DI Isabel Espinoza Tratter

2SWS
6ECTS

Lecture contents

The studio blends basic knowledge into a complex urban design.
From the perspective of creative engagement with a holistic architectural approach the task is to observe all relevant points of view, to develop and implement all the way into the detail stages of the design.
The studio aims to explore differentiated positions and develop urban planning and architecture in all its possible and different effects. It is prepared using scale plans, models, perspective sketches, renderings and descriptions.
Based on the plans and the model, a public presentation of the participating partners is required.

Assessment methods

Presentation and Submission

Teaching methods

UE

Language

German

26
Facility Management VO

Facility Management VO

Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Patrick Jaritz, MBA

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

The course provides a basic understanding of the tasks, possibilities and areas of Facility Management, its different tasks and roles whereby facility management is explained in the sense of EN 15221 as a management strategy.

Assessment methods

Final Test

Teaching methods

VO

Language

German

11
Building Design VO

Building Design VO

Lector: Dipl.-Ing.in Dr.in Hildegard Sint

2SWS
2ECTS

Lecture contents

Building typology or design is the systematic framework for scientific research and development of the building concept and for translating research into the teaching environment. The main objective here is to expand the hitherto linear relationship between program of use and architecture into a complex reference field, in which new factors incorporate.
Within this expanded research and analysis framework the focus is on design, thus developing skills for using the typologies as a method.

Assessment methods

Final Test

Teaching methods

VO

Language

German

22
Building Physics VO

Building Physics VO

Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Malgorzata Sommer-Nawara

2SWS
2ECTS

Lecture contents

The basic principles of building simulation methods are taught in order to deepen students’ understanding of building physics.

Assessment methods

Final Test

Teaching methods

VO

Language

German

22
Green Leading UE

Green Leading UE

Lector: DI(FH) Gert Widu

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

By means of exercises, sustainable leadership is to be tried out, stakeholders oriented instruments and tools are to be develop which will be used on fictitious projects in work groups.
The aim is to provide the students with tools for their professional careers, which they can use in connection with their projects or enterprises.

Assessment methods

40% participation
60% final presenation

Teaching methods

UE

Language

German

11
Integral planning 1 UE

Integral planning 1 UE

Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Martin Aichholzer, Dipl.-Ing. Matthias Doubek, BSc, Ing. Bernd Höfferl, MSc., FH-Prof. DI (FH) Karl Kaineder, Dipl.-Ing. Dipl.-Ing. Gunther Koppelhuber, M.Arch.(AA), DI Dr. Jörg Koppelhuber, Dipl.-Ing.in Elena Mitrenova, MA, Dipl.-Ing. Reinhard Schneider, Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. Martin Teibinger, DI Paul Track

2SWS
6ECTS

Lecture contents

The students work on a design task while considering the aspects of architectural design, structural design and building physics.
The studio sims to develop the design with regard to users’ profiles, building technology, building physics, structural and energy concepts as well as landscape planning. It is prepared using scale plans, models, perspective sketches, renderings and descriptions.
Based on the plans and the model, a public presentation of the participating partners is required.

Assessment methods

Final Test

Teaching methods

UE

Language

German

26
Organization and management of construction projects VO

Organization and management of construction projects VO

Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Josef Gose, FH-Prof. DI (FH) Karl Kaineder

2SWS
2ECTS

Lecture contents

The course provides insight into the complex processes involved in handling construction projects. It conveys an understanding of the relationships and interactions between the project participants. Using various management methods tools, it shows how to cope with complexity. In addition, the significant risks and confounding factors as well as solutions for problems are discussed via practical examples.

Assessment methods

Final Test

Teaching methods

VO

Language

German

22
Design and Construction in stock EX

Design and Construction in stock EX

Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Martin Aichholzer, Dipl.-Ing. Dipl.-Ing. Gunther Koppelhuber, M.Arch.(AA)

3SWS
3ECTS

Lecture contents

Featured are architectural documentations (electronic display), building research and material and failure analysis, as well as planning approaches practiced in order to historically preserve structures. The exercise includes tasks of historic preservation of monuments and places as well as tasks regarding design and style. In the context of historical architecture and engineering, the course presents and examines details of revitalization projects.

Assessment methods

Final Test

Teaching methods

EX

Language

German

33
Sculptural Design UE

Sculptural Design UE

Lector: FH-Prof.in DIin(FH) Mag.a Dr.in Andrea Bódvay, Dipl. Ing. Peter Hanousek

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

The exercise provides theoretical and practical knowledge of the basic tools and techniques for the three-dimensional design process. Students are faced with learning about, testing and deepening various analog and digital representation methods. A focus is on the interaction of various performative materials and tools. In-depth analysis and design studies are carried out through the development of sculptural objects.

Assessment methods

Final Test

Teaching methods

UE

Language

German

11
Spatial Planning VO

Spatial Planning VO

Lector: Dr. Elisabeth Gruber

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

The course provides an overview of the various tasks of spatial planning as well as a theoretical and methodological pool of possibilities for the analysis of spaces. Using examples, alternative solutions are presented and discussed for previously analyzed problems.

Assessment methods

Final Test

Teaching methods

VO

Language

German

11
Sociology VO

Sociology VO

Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Dr. techn. Andrea Jany

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

This course focuses on the most important social transformations that characterize today's cities. In particular, he deals with the interaction between the residents and with the built environment.

The course takes place as self-study on the various learning and teaching content on Moodle.

Assessment methods

Your final grade bases on the assignment and breaks down as follows:
40% Moodle course and submission of tasks in the course
30% Final Presentation (Video by email and Moodle)
30% Final Paper (PDF file by email and Moodle)

Teaching methods

The students work in groups structured according to the empirical order of architectural sociology in six levels. First, these six levels are theoretically discussed. On the basis of a specific Viennese housing project, these levels are analyzed and documented in the course of an excursion by the students. The investigations will be presented and discussed. Finally, the students write a paper about their examinations and analyzes (final paper per group/level as a combination of text, sketches, photos).
The course is held in German.

Language

German

11
Urban Development VO

Urban Development VO

Lector: Matthias Bresseleers, MArch., DI Isabel Espinoza Tratter

2SWS
2ECTS

Lecture contents

The course advances the ability to theoretically discuss current urban topics with regard to design tasks. Theoretical aspects are taught using practical examples of urban planning and development. Knowledge of the diverse implications in artistic and architectural, ecological and social terms, and the development of creative solutions are at the center.

Assessment methods

Presentation and Submission

Teaching methods

VO

Language

German

22
Exercise Excursion UE

Exercise Excursion UE

Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Martin Aichholzer

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

The data collected during an architectural documentation is evaluated, processed methodically and presented.

Assessment methods

Final Test

Teaching methods

UE

Language

German

11
Urban Energy Systems VO

Urban Energy Systems VO

Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Doris Österreicher, MSc

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

Basics in urban energy requirements; energy mix, thermal and electrical energy needs
Energy system in urban environments; energy efficiency in buildings; integration of renewable energy systems
Energy infrastructure requirements; building to grid; electrical and thermal networks; load management; e-mobility
Modelling and energy concepts development; basics in data analysis

Assessment methods

Written Seminar Paper.
Content and evaluation criteria will be provided at the beginning of the lecture.

Teaching methods

Lecture supported by single- and group exercises
Use of Calculation and Simulation-Tools

Language

German

11

LectureSWSECTS
Project Development VO

Project Development VO

Lector: FH-Prof. DI (FH) Karl Kaineder

2SWS
2ECTS

Lecture contents

The course provides an overview of all aspects of real estate development using examples. The necessity for a solid project development analysis and evaluation methods are explained in theory and practice and practiced interactively with concrete projects. Apart from the legal aspects, the participants of project development and their tasks are discussed.

Assessment methods

Prjekt paper: Development of real estat project in vienna

Teaching methods

VO

Language

German

22
Building Biology VO

Building Biology VO

Lector: DI Dr. Bernhard Lipp

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

Building biology is a collective term for the comprehensive science of the interactions between people and their built environment. At the center of the considerations are the effects of buildings on human health and well-being. The environmental friendliness of the buildings also plays a certain role.
The lecture on building biology has the following main topics:
- Building biology and science
- Thermal comfort
- Indoor air quality and humidity
- Electromagnetic fields and health
- Acoustic comfort
- Light, colors and health

Assessment methods

Written exam

Teaching methods

lecture

Language

German

11
Building Contracts VO

Building Contracts VO

Lector: Mag. Wolfgang Hussian

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

Based on constitutional principles and practical examples, the lecture unveils the topic of contracting for planners and engineers and discusses special legal topics regarding the building economy and building operations like for example the implementation of construction contracts, including the processing of deviations from contractual agreements and the possibilities of dispute resolution.

Assessment methods

Final Test

Teaching methods

Lecture.

Language

German

11
Ethics for Architects VO

Ethics for Architects VO

Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Dr.phil. Kristian Faschingeder

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

The basics of responsible behavior for all categories of those involved in planning and construction, all-inclusive architectural concepts and basic ethical values are conveyed.
The objective is to train the judgment in order to develop solutions in the development of sustainable architecture, taking into account ethical aspects.

Assessment methods

Final Test

Teaching methods

VO

Language

German

11
Open Space Planning ILV

Open Space Planning ILV

Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Carla Lo

1SWS
2ECTS

Lecture contents

The themes of contemporary landscape architecture are discussed in terms of ecological, functional, technical, social and design issues, first in the urban planning sense at macro level and then as pertains object design at micro level. Building on knowledge about typologies and landscape architecture (creation of space, design elements), concrete disciplinary areas of landscape architecture are incorporated and worked on in an interdisciplinary manner.

Assessment methods

Final Test

Teaching methods

ILV

Language

German

12
Contemporary Architecture VO

Contemporary Architecture VO

Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Martin Aichholzer

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

Presentation of actual examples of sustainable, contemporary architecture in form of guest lectures.

Assessment methods

Final Test summarizing the presentations (individual work)

Teaching methods

VO

Language

German

11
Interior Design ILV

Interior Design ILV

Lector: FH-Prof.in DIin(FH) Mag.a Dr.in Andrea Bódvay

2SWS
4ECTS

Lecture contents

Starting from the hypothesis that interior design generates tangible spaces and associated objects, detailed principles of design, performance and function of our built habitats and interior qualities (lighting, acoustics and interior detailing) are conveyed in order to be included in interdisciplinary projects.

Assessment methods

Final Test

Teaching methods

ILV

Language

German

24
Integral Planning 2 UE

Integral Planning 2 UE

Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Martin Aichholzer, DI, Dr. Julia Bachinger, Dipl.-Ing. Matthias Doubek, BSc, Ing. Bernd Höfferl, MSc., FH-Prof. DI (FH) Karl Kaineder, Dipl.-Ing. Dipl.-Ing. Gunther Koppelhuber, M.Arch.(AA), DI Dr. Jörg Koppelhuber, Dipl.-Ing. Reinhard Schneider, DI Paul Track

2SWS
6ECTS

Lecture contents

Students solve a design task in its following aspects and in interdisciplinary team (students of architecture and students of civil engineering ): architectural design, planning for permit approval, construction-related tasks (eg preparation of tender documents, spreadsheets, etc. ), structural design, execution drawings , calculation , construction sequencing and project management, building physics.
The studio aims to develop the design, including the principles of integral design in interdisciplinary teams. It is prepared using scale plans, models, perspective sketches, renderings and descriptions.

Assessment methods

Projectpräsentation, professional Discussion

Teaching methods

UE

Language

German

26
Life Cycle Management ILV

Life Cycle Management ILV

Lector: FH-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Rainer Stempkowski

2SWS
4ECTS

Lecture contents

Students are trained to use Life Cycle Management during the planning process so that buildings are understood as dynamic products that must be integral, energy- efficient and flexible during both planning and construction stages. The focus of the course is on the representation of various aspects, methods, principles and rules of life-cycle management and the resulting problems of optimizing the lifecycle of a building.

Assessment methods

Final Test

Teaching methods

ILV

Language

German

24
Ecology in tendering, awarding and accounting ILV

Ecology in tendering, awarding and accounting ILV

Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Barbara Groß

2SWS
4ECTS

Lecture contents

Building on existing foundations of tender, award and accounting skills the selection and procurment of construction services are presented. Further possible procedures for examination and accounting of construction work are discussed. Additional to that wie talk about the possibilities to include integrate environmental aspects in tenders, awarding and accounting.

Assessment methods

Tutorials as teamwork + individual test in writing

Teaching methods

ILV

24
Site Supervision ILV

Site Supervision ILV

Lector: Bmstr. Ing. DI(FH) Robert Weber

2SWS
4ECTS

Lecture contents

The students learn and understand the essence, function and tasks of on-site construction supervision. The lecture conveys the legal bases and the actions associated with the power of representation. The topics include: the coordination of individual companies on the construction site, the control of contractual employment, production work as well as the time, cost and quality control.

Assessment methods

Lecture: Seminar + Final Exam; Distance Learning; continuous assessment

Teaching methods

ILV

Language

German

24

LectureSWSECTS
Master‘s Seminar SE

Master‘s Seminar SE

Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Martin Aichholzer

3SWS
3ECTS

Lecture contents

The course oversees the Master Thesis, the interim presentations as well as the students’ final presentations.

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment

Teaching methods

SE

Language

German

33
Master‘s Thesis DA

Master‘s Thesis DA

Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Martin Aichholzer

0SWS
27ECTS

Lecture contents

In the master's thesis students are required to comply with specific research topics of sustainable architecture and to take into account economic, efficient, social and possibly historical aspects. Task of the master thesis is to demonstrate that the ability exists to handle a complex task and disciplinary methods accordingly.
The task can be selected by the students in agreement with the qualifications of the program.

Assessment methods

Final Test

Teaching methods

DA

Language

German

027

* Subject to approval by the relevant bodies

Number of teaching weeks
15 per semester

Language of instruction
German


Career opportunities

The demand for architecture green building experts is rising both for the construction of new buildings and the revitalization of existing buildings. As a graduate you can design energy-efficient buildings and develop building concepts. Your professional activities will include the execution and detailed planning as well as the preparation and editing of calls for tender, the examination of offers and awarding of contracts. Your interdisciplinary education will also prepare you for construction tasks, such as supervision, and facility management during ongoing operation. With the master’s degree program you will be qualified for positions of responsibility, including project or construction management.

  • Engineering and architectural offices
  • Construction industry and building trade
  • Consulting agencies
  • Public and private building contractors
  • Building inspection authorities and administrative bodies in the public sector
  • Real estate related services
  • Construction departments of private clients (chain stores, insurance companies, banks)

Admission

Admission requirements

  • Bachelor degree Architecture - Green Building or equivalent similar qualification from an institute of higher education with a total of 180 ECTS credits in the subject of architecture In exceptional cases the program director, or in individual cases the University Council, will decide.

Equivalence is determined by international agreements, validation or in individual cases a decision by the head of the academic section. In specific cases the head of the program may formally recognize a qualification.

Application

The first step for your application is the online application. You will then receive an automated confirmation e-mail with your application form attached. This form must be signed by hand and sent by mail with the following copied documents:

  • Fully completed and signed application form
  • Birth certificate
  • A copy of the passport
  • Bachelor's certificate or diploma certificate or equivalent foreign certificate
  • Non-German speaking applicants: Proof of German language skills; minimum level B2
  • Presentation of the academic achievement of the 1st to 5th semester of relevant Bachelor's degree (e.g. Transcript of Records, proof of academic achievement, etc. - please note: only up to the 5th semester) - all pages!
    • The calculated grade point average has to be indicated, if it is not indicated in the document!
      Calculation formula:
      Sum of grades / number of courses = grade average
  • Please send the above-mentioned documents by mail in paper form to the following address:

    FH Campus Wien
    z.H. Masterstudiengang Architektur Green-Building P.1.07
    Favoritenstraße 226
    1100 Wien

Please note!
It is not possible to save the online application temporarily. You must complete your application in one go. After completing the online application, you will automatically receive a confirmation e-mail to your e-mail address. If you have not received this within 1 hour, please contact the secretariat of the Department of Building and Design at bau@fh-campuswien.ac.at or +43 1 606 68 77-2230.

Admission procedure

  • Aim
     The aim of the admission procedure is to offer a place to those persons who complete the multi-stage admission procedure with the best results. It leads to a ranking of the applicants.
  • Procedure
    Due to the measures currently being taken by the Federal Government with regard to the course of studies, the procedure for admission to the Master's programme in Architecture - Green Building has been adapted to current conditions. The admission procedure is carried out in a 3-stage process:

    Stage 1 - Achievement of a relevant Bachelor's degree - 20 %
    • Presentation of the academic success of the 1st to 5th semester of relevant Bachelor's studies (e.g. Transcript of Records, proof of academic success, etc. - please note: only up to the 5th semester)
    • Calculated grade point average must be indicated if not indicated in the document! (Please use only the submitted document for the grade point average!)
      Calculation formula:
      Sum of grades / Number of courses = grade point average (specify two decimalplaces)
    Stage 2 - Portfolio folder - 40 %
    •  Candidates prepare a portfolio folder containing a letter of motivation and three personal drafts. This is to be sent in PDF format (max. 5 MB) by e-mail to manuela.schriefl@fh-campuswien.ac.at at least one week before the respective interview date.
    Stage 3 - Recording interview by video phone - 40 %
    You will receive concrete details in the e-mail regarding the date, etc.!
    •  20-minute interview, this is made up of
      • Motivation
      • Qualification
      • Acquired relevant knowledge
    • An official photo ID must be presented at the beginning of the conversation.
  • Criteria
    The criteria leading to admission are exclusively performance-related. Geographical assignments of applicants have no influence on admission. The admission requirements must be fulfilled. The final ranking of applicants is based on the following weighting:
    • Stage 1 Achievement - 20 %
    • Stage 2 Portfolio folder - 40 %
    • Stage 3 Admission interview - 40 %

The Admissions Committee, which also includes the Head of Studies and the Lecturers' Association, allocates the study places based on the ranking series. The overall process as well as all evaluations of the admission procedure are documented in a comprehensible manner. Acceptances, waiting list places or cancellations will probably be made by the end of June 2021 at the latest.

Dates

Admission procedure

You will receive an invitation to the admissions procedure after positive examination of all relevant documents. You will receive the schedule for the admission interviews approximately one week before the allocated interview date. Due to the increased amount of time required for the interviews, further admission appointments may be postponed - this depends on the number of applicants.

May 26, 2021

The admission interviews take place as video phone calls, please do not come to the FH for this.


Contact

Secretary's office

Birgit Scholze
Manuela Schriefl
DIin Heidelinde Fischl (Maternity leave)

Favoritenstraße 226, P.1.07
1100 Vienna
P: +43 1 606 68 77-2230
F: +43 1 606 68 77-2239
bau@fh-campuswien.ac.at

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Office hours during the semester
By arrangement

Cooperations and Campusnetzwerk

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