Building Information & Systems

The Building Information & Systems concentration is designed to prepare students for professional, technology development, or academic and research careers in an increasingly intelligent, automated, and digitally integrated building industry. Core theoretical topics pursued by the program include building information modeling, building engineering, supply chain, and systems engineering, Internet of Things technologies, and software development. 

The program provides students with connections to industry and research through its association with the Digital Building Lab, access to the additional course and lab resources through its association with the Digital Fabrication Lab, the High Performance Building Lab, and numerous computing, engineering, and robotics resources across campus. An optional Certificate in Engineering Entrepreneurship is available for students interested in pursuing career paths as technology firm leaders in startups or other technology companies.


Daniel Baerlecken

Daniel Baerlecken

Associate Professor
Russell Gentry

Russell Gentry

Associate Professor, Director, Master of Science in Architecture Program

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