Masters of Arts
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The explicit objective of the master program is to enable students to become practising architects in the classical sense; architects who have the skills and expertise to plan and conduct research at a superordinate level, have a high degree of artistic, technical and cultural nous as well as the ability to act responsibly in positions of authority.
This modularly arranged master program prepares the students for demanding roles in architectural offices, in the private and public sector and for self-employed activities. The wide range of required elective modules allows the students to determine what areas they specialise in. This master’s degree can also serve as a springboard to a subsequent PhD course. It will also ensure that you are qualified to work as an architect throughout the EU.
Projects that take place abroad as part of project studios or the module “Special areas” are integral aspects of the master program.