Research-oriented

Research-oriented Land Use and Water Management

Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)

The educational concept of the bachelor's degree programme Land Use and Water Management is the design of rural areas. Graduates will be able to work analytically and practically on the areas of conflict that arise from changes in expectations relating to land use.

The bachelor’s programme teaches interdisciplinary skills relating to the scientific, technical, economic, legal and environmental aspects of land use and water management. This part of the content allows the graduates to adapt to changing conditions and to flexibly and responsibly take up roles that are insufficiently covered by other training courses.

A special feature of the programme is the study projects that offer students the opportunity to develop their own projects, which are usually directly connected to on-going research. Students thereby learn new skills, which will later help them with their tasks in the workplace.

Professional Fields of Activity

  • Landscaping engineering firms
  • Agriculture and forestry
  • Tourism
  • Water management companies and organizations
  • Nature and environmental protection agencies
  • Soil conservation and restoration of contaminated sites
  • Production processing and marketing of renewable raw materials

Further postgraduate opportunities

Applications and Admissions

Admissions Requirements

General university entrance qualification (Abitur) or Vocational higher education entrance qualification (Fachabitur), no enrolment restrictions