The Department of Landscape Architecture and Spatial Planning has a 5-year master's degree in landscape architecture. Developing skills in spatial understanding and design, developing ideas and concepts, and drawing are important elements in the education of landscape architects. Teachings in these skills are an integrated part of the studio courses within the study program. Students have variable backgrounds and expertise in aesthetics and fine arts at their admission to the program. There are 40-50 new landscape architect students every year. Teaching takes place in a team with landscape architects / architects and designers / artists.
The tasks will include:
- Teaching and guidance in design, spatial understanding and developing concepts.
- Development of educational programs and working methods
- adapted to the progression in the study program. Included working with physical and digital models.
- develop the students' sense of aesthetics and skills to become good landscape designers.
- Organize workshops/seminars.
- Teamwork and interdisciplinary work.
- Develop and strengthen the subject of design within the program.
- Critical reflection of student work in various forms and expressions of physical models and hand-produced material to advanced digital products.
If you would like to find out more and apply, please visit NMBU here.