Using a methodological approach, organizational, functional, constructive and environmental requirements are integrated into a coherent aggregation of constructed facilities and spatial plans. Design, implementation, management and cost factors as well as environmental aspects are dealt with.
The graduate will have a thorough knowledge of building materials, applied mechanics, building constructions, and building physics. Methods for planning and decision making as well as communication skills are dealt with due to the multi-disciplinary character of the fields in this degree course. The emphasis for graduation can be on the sub-fields architecture, structural engineering, the preservation and restoration of monuments and construction management. The courses and projects the students will work upon include guest lectures (from people who have a lot of experience in the field) and excursions to various projects.