Students already enrolled in Master level programs at Penn can enroll in two certificates: the Ecological Architecture Certificate (EARC) and the Environmental Building Design Certificate (EBDC). The EARC is a more flexible certificate, while the EBDC allows students in the MArch to complete the required courses and studio with the MEBD students.
Teaching and research opportunities available to students in the MSD-EBD program.
Penn offers two advanced, post-professional degrees in Environmental Building Design, a 2-semester, professionally oriented MEBD degree and a 3-semester, research-oriented MSD-EBD degree. The two degrees share a common first year, while the MSD-EBD continues for a research intensive final semester.