Training in the Master's programme in Architecture ties in with the contents and learning objectives of the Bachelor's programme. Design theory is deepened to enable you to solve more complex design tasks constructively and creatively as well as to develop new answers independently. The context of design, technical and urban planning can be applied in a broader and deeper form than in the Bachelor's programme. Elective classes let you deepen your personal focus to prepare for a possible specialisation in professional practice or to simply expand your educational horizon. The Master's programme in Architecture will support you to become a pillar of future building culture and architecture.
In an ever changing understanding of architecture, the future generations of architects can independently develop new paths and take responsibility for the design of the built environment. Society’s new demands also require new positions towards the architectural profession and a renewed legitimacy. We strengthen the reflection on one's own activity and the ability to discuss, experiment and dare new paths. Besides imparting knowledge, the Master's programme in Architecture is also recognised as a place offering ‘spaces of possibility’. In addition to promoting reflection, discussion and experimentation, there is also the chance of advancing into areas only indirectly related to the professional field.