Landscape Architecture and Design
Agrarian and Technological Institute
A landscape architect is a specialist who is able to landscape any open green space. Landscape art is not only park construction, but also formation of open spaces in cities and other populated areas based on a thorough study of the landscape. Mastering modern methods of organizing urban space will allow graduates to design areas of a comfortable urban environment with the introduction of “green infrastructure” for favorable living conditions in cities.
The program consists of 120 credits and includes lectures, seminars and lab works, several types of internships. The program lasts 2 years.
The training program includes basic and professional courses, including optional disciplines.
Leading researchers, practitioners, representatives of large Russian and foreign landscape bureaus, heads of government agencies are involved in teaching.
The main principle of the educational program is practice orientation.
In the process of learning, students receive not only theoretical knowledge, but also practical skills in landscape design, gardening art, monitoring the state and accounting of plantings, managing systems of green areas in natural and urban landscapes.
There is active cooperation with Russian professional organizations and foreign universities:
— Association of Landscape Architects of Russia,
— Guild of Landscape Engineers,
— Union of Architects of Russia
— University of Tuscia (Italy),
— Wageningen University (Netherlands).
— Nikitsky Botanical Garden — National Scientific Center of the RAS (Republic of Crimea, Yalta);
— Sochi National Park;
— State Russian Museum;
— Workshop of Landscape Architecture and Design of PFUR;
— Ecostroy company;
— Sokolniki Culture and Leisure Park;
— Department of nature management and environmental protection, Moscow.
Master graduates can build their future career in the following areas:
— continuation of education and scientific work in postgraduate programs of Russian, European and American universities to get a PhD degree;
— work in various organizations of landscape architecture: in forest parks; design institutes and workshops; construction organizations; Management of landscape gardening; committees on urban planning and protection of monuments, landscaping and road facilities, urban planning and architecture; Department of nature management and environmental protection.