Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning (MA)

Department Agriculture, Ecotrophology, and Landscape Development

Content

  • Object and open space planning
  • Special environmental assessments
  • Vegetation management and plant use
  • Information technologies in planning and management
  • Studio and project work

Course content and objectives

After completing the master's degree program in Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning, you will be able to solve complex issues related to the subject and take on leadership and management positions in your profession. The program also aims to ensure sound preparation for a further academic career.
For this, you expand and deepen your theoretical knowledge and build up your competences in applying scientific methods and practical tools in four compulsory modules.
In a central studio, we assist you in finding innovative solutions to current, practical problems within the discipline of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning.
To do so, we train your generalist perspective for understanding and overcoming complex tasks, support you in shaping your individual profile, and help you work on your soft skills such as the ability to work in a team, leadership / management qualities, and self-competence.

Requirements

Bachelor’s or comparable degree in a Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning program with a standard period of study of at least 8 semesters or comparable degree programs subject to a case-by-case decision.
Degree from programs with a standard period of study of at least 6 semesters conditional on completing coursework with preliminary semesters. More details on the coursework to be completed are set based on the individual students’ previous education. If the required coursework is done within the preliminary semesters, then students can start in the winter or summer semester.