The aim of the Master's degree programme is to expand the knowledge acquired in the Bachelor’s degree programme, and to foster an increasingly independent, individual approach to working, the development of integrative thought and creative faculties, and the handling of larger-scale architectural assignments.
Additional to design projects and electives a certain amount of core courses in the disciplines history and theory, technology, construction history/preservation and landscape/urban design have to be taken. In two different disciplines, focal works have to be written. The Master's degree programme ends with the Master's thesis.
To obtain a Master's degree, proof of external work experience of at least six months must be provided.