HAC accredited existing course in English language in 2011/2012
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Duration of the course
6 semesters (30 months)
TOEFL iBT 65, PBT500, CBT200, IELTS overall score 5,5, CEFR B2
The program offers complex scientific research and development in the field of landscape architecture, urban and environmental design, landscape protection and reclamation, landscape planning, social-economic aspects of climate change, and landscape management. This programme brings together a wide range of competencies, combining the creative understanding of aesthetics and social sciences with the knowledge of ecological and technical sciences. Doctoral programs are tailored to the research objectives of each student.
Program structure: Study subjects and research topics: Agro-Informatics; Statistical methods and risk analysis; Climate change impacts on ecological structure; Global and local tendencies in landscape management; Land use modelling; Innovative methods in natural resource management; Garden and open space design; Garden history and historic garden conservation; Environmental protection and environmental policy; Landscape planning and regional development; Landscape protection and landscape reclamation; Urban planning and urban design; Urban open space systems and urban ecology.