The course provides practitioners with holistic and up-to-date knowledge of building physics. In order to meet the challenges of studying, working and family at the same time, the course uses innovative techniques as well as teaching and learning methods.

At a glance

Course type

Further education Master's programme


Master of Building Physics (M.BP.)


4 semesters (part-time)

Start of studies

Annually at winter semester
Closing date for applications: 15 September



Study content

Introduction to building physics, building services engineering, thermal insulation and energy efficiency, building and room acoustics, protection against noise, building law, urban building physics, climate-friendly building, cultural building, moisture protection and biohygrothermics, indoor climate, daylight and artificial lighting planning, Fire protection, life cycle assessment, engineering tools, building physics measurements, sustainability, energy and sustainability proofs, building planning and management, building physics renovation, vibrations in the building industry*, earthquake-proof building*, RWA systems*, scientific writing*, Applied Energy Efficiency Project, Applied Acoustics Project, Applied Hygrothermics Project, Master's Thesis
(*: Elective)

Study organization

80% Online, 20% Presence modules

Access requirements

Completed university studies and relevant professional experience (according to admission regulations)

Tuition fees

Semester fee of the university
Fee per credit point incl. examination and possible repetition: 155,00 €
Fee for the Master-Thesis: 2.500,00 €


System accreditation of the University of Stuttgart

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Holger Röseler

Manager Master Online Bauphysik

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