Such houses can also be healthier for the people who live in them. And, the materials used to build them can perform better and last longer with less environmental impact. In Residential Building Science and Technology, you can be at the forefront of the transition to highly efficient, highly durable, and more environmentally-compatible structures.
If you have an interest in architecture, new technology, and the building business and industry, the Residential Building Science & Technology program may be a perfect match for you. Every day building scientists find new ways and new materials to make buildings better. Program graduates have a range of career possibilities. You might work with builders in the field, in a research institute, with a product manufacturer, or as a consultant.
Residential Building Science and Technology (RBST) is a specialization within the Bachelor of Science in Bioproducts Marketing and Management (BPMM) offered through the College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences. Contact the Office of Admissions for details on the application process.
For more information about our programs or to schedule a visit, please contact Tracy Fallon at 612-624-9603 or via email.
"I have always been interested in the relationship between our living arrangements and our environment, and thought it would be great to incorporate those interests into a career."
- Peggy, RBST Sophomore