The german speaking Master's degree program "Architecture" builds on the bachelor's program of the same name and focuses on the areas of "Social Building" and "Regional Value Creation". Students deal with the diverse organisation in the structure of planning processes in architecture. In addition, social, economic, legal and technical developments in architectural and urban planning tasks are dealt with during the two-year course.
In addition to the sustainable planning and implementation of new buildings, students also deal with the sustainable renovation of old buildings. In practice-oriented project work, students make contact with decision-makers from the fields of education, tourism, business, politics and local government. The mastery of the English language and the acquisition of communication skills round off the qualification profile of the students. Their degree gives them an EU-wide recognized architectural degree.
What students should bring to their studies:
- Curiosity and inquisitiveness
- Logical and abstract thinking
- Interest in material and craft, spatial contexts and creative processes
After successful completion of their studies, graduates have the following skills and knowledge:
- They develop architectural and urban planning solutions for various tasks.
- They have an informed view of design and aesthetic issues which are always reflected in an ecological and economic context.
- They initiate projects in the run-up to planning, develop them further methodically and ensure quality in the structural implementation.
- They have an understanding of sustainable property development and property planning, including constructive and technical building requirements.
- They have a command of design, implementation and detailed planning and integrate knowledge of their project management skills into the planning process.
- They develop sustainable renovation measures for listed buildings or buildings worthy of preservation.
- They design architectural, urban development and open space planning projects.
- They are involved in and help shape processes relating to building culture.
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