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Landscape Architecture Master Information
Compulsory Basic Courses
Compulsory basic courses are offered in the autumn semester only.
Core Courses
The core courses build on the basic courses and convey basic, broad knowledge in the core areas of landscape architecture in relation to design lessons. Some of the core courses are compulsory and some are freely selectable. Further details, in particular about taking these subjects, for performance assessments and for compensating for failed subjects, are regulated in Art. 27 and Art. 31 Paragraph 4.
Compulsory Core Courses
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
061-0106-00LDesigning with Plants II Information Restricted registration - show details O2 credits2GS. Hassold
061-0108-00LMaterials and Construction II Information Restricted registration - show details O2 credits2GR. Voss
061-0114-00LDigital Design Methods II Information Restricted registration - show details O2 credits2GD. Häusler, B. Kowalewski
061-0112-00LLaw as a Design Factor Information Restricted registration - show details O2 credits2GP. Bonzanigo, O.  Streiff Gnöpff
061-0104-00LUrban Systems Information Restricted registration - show details O2 credits2VT. Galí-Izard
061-0120-00LDigital Design Methods III Information Restricted registration - show details O2 credits2GT. Galí-Izard, P. Urech
Elective Core Courses
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
061-0110-00LHistory and Theory of Landscape Architecture II Information Restricted registration - show details W2 credits2VA. Bucher
061-0116-00LNew Civic Landscapes and Public Health Information Restricted registration - show details
Does not take place this semester.
W2 credits2Vnot available
701-0791-00LEnvironmental History - Introduction and Overview Restricted registration - show details W2 credits2VM. Gisler
103-0330-00LLandscape Aesthetics Information W2 credits2GR. Rodewald
052-0570-23LLecture Series Design and Architecture: One Building - Failure is an Option 4 Information W2 credits1VP. Heiz
052-0718-23LTerritory of the City: Venice Information Restricted registration - show details W2 credits2GG. Vogt
063-0704-23LCartographies of Living Systems: A Critical ApproachW2 credits2GT. Galí-Izard
052-0716-23LTopology Information Restricted registration - show details W2 credits2KP. Urech, M. Vollmer
052-0714-23LSerendipity: Uetliberg Section Information Restricted registration - show details
Number of participants limited to 16.
W2 credits2GD. Häusler, P. Urech, M. Vollmer
Advanced Courses
The specialized courses are freely selectable and offer students the opportunity to acquire in-depth knowledge in certain areas of landscape architecture.
The details for the performance assessments are regulated in Art. 27.
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
061-0118-00LLandscape Acoustics Information Restricted registration - show details W3 credits3GN. M. Schütz
103-0517-00LUrban and Spatial Economics
Does not take place this semester.
W3 credits2Vto be announced
103-0448-01LTransformation of Urban Landscapes
Only for masters students, otherwise a special permit of the lecturer is necessary.
W3 credits2GJ. Van Wezemael, A. Gonzalez Martinez
101-0588-01LRe-/Source the Built EnvironmentW3 credits2SG. Habert
101-0259-00LRiver Restoration Restricted registration - show details W3 credits2.5GV. Weitbrecht, M. Mende, K. Sperger, S. Vollenweider Carù, C. Weber, C. Wyss
061-0122-00LDesigning with Plants III Information
Does not take place this semester.
W3 credits2Gto be announced
103-0570-00LUrban Planning and Urban Policy Restricted registration - show details W4 credits2GD. Kaufmann
061-0124-23LLandscapes and Gardens as Cultural Heritage. Research, Preserve, Develop Restricted registration - show details W3 credits2VD. Richter
061-0154-23LRegenerative Practices for Exhausted Landscapes Information W3 credits3GT. Galí-Izard, S. Breit, B. K. Walker
Design Studios
The design studios deal with problem and practice-related tasks on a local, regional, supra-regional, national and international level. Teaching of digital analysis, design and planning methods.
Foundation Studio I and II
- Fundamental Studio I: basic knowledge
- Fundamental Studio II: Design tasks in the context of the contemporary landscape
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
061-0142-23LFoundation Studio II Information Restricted registration - show details O12 credits16UM. Voser
Advanced Studio
Complex design tasks involving social, topographical, hydrological and ecological issues.
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
061-0144-23LAGROECOLOGICAL REPAIR. Transformative Practices for the Zurich Territory. Information Restricted registration - show details O12 credits16UM. Topalovic
Seminar Week and Internship Report
In MScLA at least one week of seminar must be completed.
Furthermore, part of the course is a six-month internship in the field of landscape architecture, the achievements (work phases, learning success) must be documented in an internship report.
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
061-0153-00LInternship Report Information Restricted registration - show details O2 credits4PT. Galí-Izard
061-0152-23LSeminar Week Spring Semester 2023 Information Restricted registration - show details
Does not take place this semester.
Only for Landscape Architecture MSc.
Further information see course description.
W2 credits3ALecturers
Master's Thesis
The master's thesis is the successful completion of the course. It confirms the ability to work independently in the field of landscape architecture and is tutored by D-ARCH professors (for details see Art. 30 of the study regulations).
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
061-0900-00LMaster's Thesis Information Restricted registration - show details
Does not take place this semester.
Only students who fulfill the following criteria are allowed to begin with their master thesis:
a. successful completion of the bachelor programme;
b. fulfilling of any additional requirements necessary to gain admission to the master programme.
O30 credits64DProfessors
Science in Perspective
Courses of the "Science in Perspective" programme have to be completed (details see study guidelines Art. 27).
» Recommended Science in Perspective (Type B) for D-ARCH
» see Science in Perspective: Language Courses ETH/UZH
» see Science in Perspective: Type A: Enhancement of Reflection Capability