General Information

Environmental damage is one of the global important issues that has been explicitly declared in the Millennium Development Goals program, where one of the points discusses environmental sustainability as the main basis for planning and development activities. Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB) is one of the universities that have competences regarding science, engineering, and arts, who has a vision and mission to become a center of excellence both at the national and international levels. One of the ways to overcome the environmental issue is offering a study program that supports Planning Science, Engineering Science, Ecology, along with Cultural History and Design. Landscape Architecture SAPPK ITB Program is interdisciplinary of science and focuses on ecological design, with the objective of helping and providing information about the environmental issues.

The Landscape Architecture Master Program has the aim to develop problem-solving skills as a basic competency for students and applied them through group and independent work in studios, field studios, and excursions to various places according to their chosen topic.

Several objectives of this program are to produce graduates who have abilities such as:

  1. To play an active role in improving the quality of the environment through structuring, developing, and preserving landscapes by focusing on meaningful spatial design (sense of place, identity, and community)
  2. To provide alternative solutions to environmental problems in the context of sustainable development
  3. Soft skills, integrity, and uphold academic and professional ethics

Graduates of this program are expected to have competencies such as:

  1. Knowledge regarding history and theory of landscape architecture
  2. Understanding natural and cultural systems as a basis for developing design concepts
  3. Knowing developments in information technology and being able to apply them
  4. To understand, design, and applied the principles of area management, with regards to the effects on decisions and planning

The curriculum consists of 36 credits consisting of 26 credits for compulsory subjects, 8 credits for study program options, and 2 credits for free courses. It can be taken in a total of 4 learning semesters.