Landscape Architecture (M.Eng.)

Master of Engineering

Features of the degree program Landscape Architecture

Landscape architecture comprises a wide range of activities from landscape and environmental planning to integrated urban and regional development through to open-space and building planning. The Master degree program Landscape Architecture covers the whole spectrum and enables students to specialize in individual subject areas or develop their Bachelor competences into a wide-ranging qualification.

Landscape architecture integrates aesthetic, ethical, ecological, economic and social aspects to provide solutions for today's and tomorrow's challenges including globalization, climate change, demographic change, loss of biodiversity and growing urbanization. The objective is to develop and create liveable landscapes and open spaces in cities, regions and protected areas as well as public spaces, parks and neighborhoods.

The four-semester Master degree program covers theories, methods and tools in landscape architecture and environmental planning through lectures and seminars. In addition, the program includes project work and a research semester to support the students' independent thinking.

The degree program at a glance


Master of Engineering


Winter semester

Vocational placement

not required

Standard period of study

4 semesters



Type of study

Full-time undergraduate degree program

Numerus Clausus



Osnabrück - Haste

Admission restriction



Academic information and guidance

Prof. Dr. Johanna Schoppengerd
Degree program spokesperson

Room: HD 0105
Phone: +49 (0)541 969-5215

General information and coordination

Prof. Dr. Henrik Schultz
Academic advisor

Room: HD 0020
Phone: +49(0)541 969-5052


Klaus Thierer
Academic advisor

Room: HD 0020
Phone: +49(0)541 969-5264

Application, admission and exams

Jennifer Meyer-Uphaus
Registrar's office

Room: HD 0030
Phone: +49 (0)541 969-5248

Office hours: 
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 09:30 am - 12:00 pm