Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.), eight semesters.
The Landscape Architecture course focuses on sustainability and environmental responsibility with the aim of achieving landscape design and landscape ecology. The wide range of employment opportunities in landscape architecture range from small-scale object planning to large-scale landscape planning.
The handling of landscape and urban elements, the design and protection of green spaces, the revitalisation of historical parks, the technical implementation of the planning, protection and care of the environment and nature are fundamental parts of the teaching sessions. The spectrum of practical tasks ranges from designing residential gardens or planning a swimming pool to defining the use of spaces for an entire district.
The Bachelor’s degree teaches all the necessary natural and social sciences and planning and artistic foundations needed for subsequent entry into the profession. With its understanding of basic ecological principles and the planning and design expertise acquired, graduates are able to make autonomous decisions within their professional area.