Landscaping and plant use
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Focus: Planning and design strategies for landscaping and vegetation technology (development and innovation) with a strong emphasis on implementation.
Special learning objectives:
- Planning-design handling of vegetation in relation to current issues, ecological, aesthetic-cultural and functional-use aspects.
The master's degree in Landscape Architecture and Plant Use (LB) focuses on technical, management-oriented and plant-use/vegetation skills in connection with open space and object planning problems. These include skills in business management, project control and costing. A special focus of the master's degree is scientifically based knowledge of vegetation in urban areas as well as historical and current approaches to plant use.