Study plan - Bachelor's programme in Landscape Planning with Landscape Architecture
The student should have knowledge about:
- the most important parts of landscape- and spatial planning, know how planning processes take place, and know how the Planning and building Act is used un physical planning.
- landscape characteristics at different scales, how the different ladscapes make a whole, and how changes will influence this whole.
- how to design green areas in rural and urban areas, using garden plants and natural vegetation.
- about the most important ecological processes in the landscape, with special focus on landscape- and vegetation ecology.
- management of cultural landscapes, and how to preserve biodiversity in seminatural sites.
- cultural monuments and the legal basis for protection and management of cultural monuments.
The student should:
- be able to use digital tools as geographcal information systems (GIS) in landscape planning.
- be able to perform statistical analyses.
- be able to perform landscape analyses.
- be able to assess different types of constructions in the landscape, and their influence on ecological processes and aesthetic values in the landscape.
- be able to perform Risk and vulnerability analyses for nature hazards, and environmental assessment analyses.
- have insight in the legal foundation for physical planning, and be able to use the legal basis in planning situations.
- master reference handling, citation techniques and source criticism
- The student are able to perform landscape planning for public and private sector, anchored in a solid evironmental knowledge base, and based on good insigth in landscape architecture.