Study programmes / C-LA Landscape Architecture
Programme: C-LA Landscape Architecture
Field of study: C-LA-LM Landscape Management
Level of qualification:Master continuing
Mode of study: full-time
Qualification awarded:Master's degree
Specific admission requirements:Completed bachelor degree programme and entrance examination, if required.
Qualification requirements and regulations:Finished Bachelor's degree programme with bachelor diploma. Further information available here.
Specific arrangements for recognition of prior learning:There are no specific arrangements for recognition of prior learning. The recognition procedure of the university is guided by the Act No. 111/1998 on Higher Education Institutions and the university "Study and Examination Rules". Further information available here.
Profile of the programme:Programme is focused on development of creative skills that can be utilized in biological, environmental, technological and economical processes in landscape engineering. Programme is, from the methodology point of view, based on practice in solving model issues in plantscape administration and private sector (development of the residential plantscape, construction preparation and management, forrest industry). Graduate is able to perform wide range of tasks on the level of the regional and landscape engineering, establishment, maintenance and public service focussed on greenery objects and other natural elements including whole sections of the urban and countryside landscape.
 
Key learning outcomes: Extension of knowledge gained in the Bachelor's degree of study.
Ability to analyse and evolve urban systems of greenery.
Engineering at realization and provision of constructions in the field of landscape architecture.
Economical, legal and management aspects of greenery management.
Care for nature and landscape.
Ability to communicate with state administration in the process of administrative proceeding.
Knowledge of vegetation elements establishment, cultivation and reproduction in the landscape and urban area.
Plant use in the landscape architecture.
Economical, legal and management aspects of the landscape architecture in the business.
 
Occupational profile:Graduate occupational profile includes following:
Corporate environment (top management, self-employed specialist), Civil Service and local or national self-governing bodies (leading officer), educational system (specialized second school teacher), research (specialist), planning engineering (engineering manager).
Graduation requirements:Min. 120 ECTS, state final exam, defence of the master's thesis.
Access to further studies:Successful graduates may proceed to doctoral study programme.
Examination regulations, assessment and grading:Further information available here.
Programme supervisor:doc. Ing. Pavel Šimek, Ph.D.

To obtain 60 ECTS credits per academic year, students should choose courses from any other study programme taught at the university.

 
1st semester
 
CodeCourse titleMode of completionCredits
 A group of required courses
BKZBiotechnics of Landscape GreeneryExam5
ZA2Landscape Design IIExam4
KE1Landscape Ecology IExam3
KP1Landscape Planning IFulfillment of requirements2
MEZ2Mechanization for Landscape ArchitectsExam3
PRM1Practical Training IExam8
 
2nd semester
 
CodeCourse titleMode of completionCredits
 A group of required courses
KP2Landscape Planning IIExam2
PR1Planting design IFulfillment of requirements5
PKIIPractical Training IIExam8
 
 A group of required courses
PRXNPracticeFulfillment of requirements6
 
3rd semester
 
CodeCourse titleMode of completionCredits
 A group of required courses
PMMEnterprices EconomyExam5
PVILaw IExam3
PR2Planting design IIExam5
PKIIIPractical Training IIIExam8
 
4th semester
 
CodeCourse titleMode of completionCredits
 A group of required courses
PVIILaw IIExam3
PKIVPractical Training IVExam8
 
 A group of required courses
DPDiploma ProjectFulfillment of requirements20
 
Groups of courses for the entire plan
 
CodeCourse titleMode of completionCredits
 A group of elective courses (necessary to accomplish min. 16 crd.)
ARBMArboriculture for Landscape ManagementExam5
ROZBudget CalculationExam3
PUPKManagement of Natural Protected Areas and LandscapeExam5
SORZOrnamental Plant Nurseries for Landscape Gdnrs.Exam5
VSPPublic AdministrationExam3
RKTReclamationExam5
SUPKSeminar of Department of Landscape PlanningExam3
SUBZSeminar of Department of Planting Design and MaintenanceExam3
SMAStrategic Management for HFExam5
URB2Urban Planning IIExam4
 
 A group of optional courses (necessary to accomplish min. 0 crd.)
GKIGIS and Landscape InterpretationFulfillment of requirements3
GISGIS SystemsFulfillment of requirements3
ZAZHorticulture for LAExam3
IKVInterior FloricultureExam3
UAGIntroduction Into GISFulfillment of requirements2
KE2Landscape Ecology IIExam5
LROZMedicinal plants in ornamental horticultureExam5
PR3Planting design IIIExam6
TRZPrinciples of Lawn ManagementExam2
EZCZSpecial and Expert Legal Activities in Landscape HorticultureExam3
 
 A group of optional courses (necessary to accomplish min. 0 crd.)
AVPKAudiovisual Landscape PerceptionFulfillment of requirements3
CADCAD systemsFulfillment of requirements3
EXOExtensive Fruit ProductionExam6
FL1Floristics IFulfillment of requirements5
LESForestryExam5
GKIGIS and Landscape InterpretationFulfillment of requirements3
ZVYHorticultural ExhibitionsExam5
UAGIntroduction Into GISFulfillment of requirements2
EOVOOrganic Fruit ProductionExam4
SPPParticipatory planning workshopFulfillment of requirements5
OTSTropical and Subtropical Fruit ProductionExam5