Master in Landscape Planning

General

Program Description

The Landscape Planning programme aims to sufficiently prepare graduates to be competitive in the international job market. The field of study is therefore strongly oriented toward the acquisition of practical skills, wherein the professional staff of the faculty, including foreign scientific researchers, will share their current knowledge in the field of landscape planning, landscape ecology and landscape architecture with you.

Students learn by working on real projects and become skilled in applied sustainable land use planning and resource management. We often focus this work on the dynamic and varied landscape of the Czech Republic, however sustainable approaches to landscape planning can be applied elsewhere.

Landscape Planning is an accredited master´s degree programme required for the practice of landscape engineering and design in the Czech Republic, the EU and applicable to international locations as well. The two-year study programme consists of required courses and research-based field studies. Coursework includes landscape ecology, landscape architecture, spatial planning, land management, landscape history, ArcGIS, aquatic ecosystems, soils and erosion control, and land reclamation.

Suitable for graduates of following bachelor programmes and similar fields of study:

Landscape Architecture, Ecology, Environmental Sciences, Civil Engineering, Spatial Planning, Architecture, Environmental Design, Landscape Ecology, Natural Sciences, Garden Architecture

Last updated Jan 2020

About the School

The Faculty of Environmental Sciences was established on 1 July 2007 on the basis of the consent of the Accreditation Commission of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports (20 June 2007), and the ... Read More

The Faculty of Environmental Sciences was established on 1 July 2007 on the basis of the consent of the Accreditation Commission of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports (20 June 2007), and the approval of the CULS Academic Senate (26 June 2007). Read less