As a graduate, you are in a position to independently handle various types of problems relating to the design of open spaces, the development of landscapes and nature conservation. Based on your specialist knowledge, you also select suitable methods of analysis, assessment, design and planning, and apply these. In accordance with your chosen course of studies, you have at your disposal further technical training and methodological competencies. You can develop design solutions to complex problems and work out their structural feasibility. Alternatively, you will have specialized in the formulation of expert reports containing plans and texts on the status of landscapes and associated development goals.
In your work, you draw upon sound knowledge of the areas of construction engineering and plant use, botany and ecology, garden design and the history of ideas, design and CAD, as well as planning theory, instruments and law. Moreover, in accordance with your individual choice of courses, you have at your disposal skills and knowledge relating to architecture and urban design, as well as soil science and spatial planning.
Independently of the chosen focus of your studies, your practical planning work shows a consciousness of social, historical and ecological contexts. You will also have developed a basic understanding of questions relating to the natural and cultural sciences.