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MAS in Spatial Planning Information
Four-semester, part-time MAS programme.

Start of the next course: Autumne Semester 2023
Lectures and Seminars
115-0510-00LLecture Week 10: Spatial Development Restricted registration - show details
Only for MAS, DAS and CAS in Spatial Planning.
W2 credits1GM. Nollert, J. Van Wezemael
AbstractIn this course, the fundamental methods in spatial planning learned in the first week, in particular regarding planning methodology, spatial design and argumentation are consolidated in lectures and case studies.
ObjectiveThe aim of the lecture is the consolidation and the practice of important methodic principles in spatial planning. They provide a basis also for the work in the second Study Project of the MAS program.
115-0511-00LLecture Week 11: Urban Planning and Urban Design II Restricted registration - show details
Only for MAS, DAS and CAS in Spatial Planning.
W2 credits1GS. Kretz
AbstractThe second week on urban design and urban planning focuses on a case study in the field of strategic urban design. The course includes lectures, discussions, methodological inputs and a design workshop. Students analyze and discuss a real life problem and elaborate proposals for a suitable urban design strategy.
ObjectiveThe aim of the course is an in-depth understanding of contemporary urban design challenges and an exemplary, case-based experience of elaborating adequate urban design strategies.
115-0512-00LLecture Week 12: Spatial Planning: Theory and Methodology Restricted registration - show details
Only for MAS, DAS and CAS in Spatial Planning.
W2 credits1GA. Voigt
AbstractImpart thinking patterns and active application of fundaments of planning theories and methods. The main focus is on plausibility and rigor of reasoning in spatial planning, from problem definition and analysis of its causes to the formulation of robust solutions; development of different planning steps considering communication theory and ethical aspects.
ObjectiveAutonomous and productive application of analyzed thinking patterns and planning steps; situationally appropriate and task-oriented transfer to new planning problems.
115-0513-00LLecture Week 13: Academic Working in Spatial Planning Restricted registration - show details
Only for MAS, DAS and CAS in Spatial Planning.
W2 credits1GR. Nebel, A. Rupf
AbstractUnderstanding what scientific work means in spatial planning. Procedures for clarification processes; basics of scientific working and writing; case studies and exercises.
ObjectiveKnowledge for a scientific way of working; structuring a scientific paper using the example of the DAS Synopsis or MAS Thesis.
115-0514-00LLecture Week 14: Spatial Planning: International Aspects Restricted registration - show details
Only for MAS, DAS and CAS in Spatial Planning.
W2 credits1GF. Persyn
AbstractIntroduction to international perspectives in spatial planning. Exploring various scales and their interconnectedness as well as flows and practices that bridge different cultures of planning. International competitions as a tool to navigate different planning realities, terrains and transformations.Team work on an ongoing case.
ObjectiveLearning from different spatial planning cultures, their interaction and improving the capacity to understand and bring solutions to diverse planning contexts.
115-0702-02LIntroduction Study Project 2 Restricted registration - show details
Only for MAS in Spatial Planning
O1 credit1GJ. Van Wezemael, A. Rupf
AbstractThe subject of the study project in the second year is the dependency between surface and subsurface in spatial planning. The topic, clarification of potentials and missing instruments, legal situation in spatial planning are highly topical. Excursion to existing projects and with guided tours and presentations, consolidation of the bases for interdisciplinary group work.
ObjectiveThe aim of the first course in the second year of the program is a personal position determination in the framework of the continuing education program, the developing of an overview on the second study project and reviewing the basic knowledge regarding interdisciplinary teamwork gathered in the first year, adapting it if necessary in the second year.
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