Landscape Development (B.Eng.)

Program overview

Degree program Landscape Development, compact

Degree

Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)

About the degree program

Within the professional field of 'landscape architecture', 'landscape development' focuses on maintaining, protecting, and developing the quality and specific features of habitats and natural processes. Especially when these landscape spaces are subject to human utilization. In the Landscape Development degree program, you will learn how to assess and resolve the conflicts resulting from such situations. An eminently topical task, considering issues like the energy revolution and the pursuit of sustainable land usage.

Type of study

Full-time undergraduate degree program

Standard period of study

6 semesters

Language of instruction

German

Start of studies

Winter semester

Application deadline

July 15 of the respective year (different deadlines for applicants with foreign university entry qualifications, for details please refer to application deadlines with uni-assist)

Educational admission requirements

- General higher education entrance qualification
- Subject-related entrance qualification
- Advanced technical college entrance qualification

Semester fee

SS 2019 - approx. 340 € per semester (e.g. for the public transportation ticket)

Subject-related admission requirements and selection procedure

Since the winter semester 2012/13, vocational placement is no longer an admission requirement.
However, due to the great importance of prior practical knowledge, we recommend vocational placement or relevant vocational training. For this reason, bonus points for prior practical knowledge will continue to be added to the grade of the university entrance qualification in accordance with its duration and relevance to landscape development.
If the number of applicants exceeds the number of available study places, a selection process is used for admission decisions. The process takes into account the grade of the university entrance qualification as well as any completed vocational training, which is assessed according to its relevance to the study program and the grade as well as internships of more than 6 months duration in foreign countries or the completion of a voluntary ecological year or Federal voluntary service in the area of environment and nature conservation on the basis of a bonus system.

Fields of activity

- Planning and engineering offices
  (freelance or permanent)
- Environment and nature conservation authorities and institutions
- Specialized authorities (e.g. road construction, agriculture)
- Environmental education institutions, biological stations
- Regional initiatives, landscape conservation associations+

Accreditation

Accreditation certificate

Contact

Claudia Schliemer Dipl.-Ing. (FH)
Phone: +49 (0)541 969-5178
E-Mail: studienberatung-ble@hs-osnabrueck.de