University of A Coruña, University of Santiago de Compostela
2018 – 2019
8 semesters, 240 ECTS
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The Degree in Landscape provides specific competences in landscape, within the framework of the European Landscape Convention, national and regional legislation (Law 7/2008, of Landscape Protection of Galicia and in its management instruments), incorporating teaching capacities and researchers from two different centers specialized in architecture and agroforestry engineering, respectively: the Higher Technical School of Architecture (UDC) and the Higher Polytechnic School Engineering (USC), incorporating compulsory business practices.
It is an interuniversity degree that involves the University of A Coruña and the University of Santiago de Compostela trying to solve a lack of the Spanish University System in relation to the rest of Europe and most developed countries. For the implementation of the instruments provided for in European, national and regional regulations, public administrations and companies require highly qualified professionals with multidisciplinary training. It is necessary training in landscape planning, design and management, in urban, rural, forestry and natural environment environments. It is the job of graduates in landscape to create, maintain, protect and improve places in order to be functional, beautiful and sustainable.