Aims of the Master of Science (Architecture) and Master of Science (Landscape Architecture) degree

Aims of the Master of Science (Architecture) and Master of Science (Landscape Architecture) degree

The aim of the degrees of Master of Science (Architecture) and Master of Science (Landscape Architecture) is to provide students with:

  1. good knowledge of the advanced studies of the master's programme;
  2. knowledge and skills needed to apply scientific knowledge and scientific methods and the skills needed for independent and demanding artistic work;
  3. knowledge and skills to understand the problems of the field from the point of view of users and technical and social systems, as well as from that of the environment;
  4. knowledge and skills to perform, both independently and collaboratively, demanding expert, development and management duties of the field of study;
  5. good language and communication skills for work in the field and for international operations and cooperation;
  6. the knowledge and skills needed for scientific postgraduate education and lifelong learning.

The education shall be based on scientific research and the professional practices of fields requiring expertise in science and technology, and on artistic activity. In addition, the degree of Master of Science (Architecture) shall meet at least the requirements set forth in the Directive 2005/36/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council (7 September 2005) (see Appendix 3).

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