The Minor is built around a list of 32 classes spread over both semesters (17 in the autumn, 16 in the spring and 1 in the summer), totaling 106 credits ECTS. They are selected from the existing course offering. This selection offers a combination of theory classes – focusing on comfort, energy, environment and infrastructures – and project-oriented classes. In order to obtain the Minor, 30 credits ECTS have to be validated from this list of courses throughout the duration of the Master.
In order to ensure the fully interdisciplinary character of the Minor, the list of 32 classes is separated in two groups (“Core courses” and “Theory courses”). 14 credits ECTS must be obtained in each group (for a total of 30 credits ECTS). Moreover, the student must obtain at least 10 credits ECTS (out of the total of 30) in a section outside that in which he is registered.
The table below provides an overview of the course offering within the proposed Minor structure:
Credits obtained for ENAC projects with themes related to IDEAS programme can be validated as credits obtained in an “outside” section, as long as the project covers topics that clearly go beyond those taught within the student’s section and the director of the ENAC project, or one of the co-directors in case of a co-direction, is affiliated to another section and discipline as that of the student.