Architecture (Bachelor's degree)
Designing, planning, constructing, building, maintaining, renovating - these are key terms within architecture, which deals with residential buildings, public buildings, industrial buildings or complex urban facilities. In the six-semester Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.) degree programme in architecture, students deal with design and art historical issues as well as building construction, building physics or construction drawing in a broad basic education. Legal and ecological aspects are also covered. In addition, the future architects will also be enabled to recognise the needs of later clients and the special features of the building environment and to optimally incorporate them into their work. You can find more detailed information about the study programme on the website of the Faculty of Architecture.
- in architectural offices
- in building administration (building, contract and planning law)
- in construction companies and in companies in the construction industry
- in construction companies, e.g. as site managers with personnel responsibility
- in the field of multimedia design, animation and video
Building on the Bachelor's qualification, the following Master's programmes are possible:
Qualifications and competences for these fields of activity are imparted by the modules of the Bachelor's programme (German). These study units can include seminars and lectures, project phases or experimental work. A detailed presentation of the study contents can be found in the module manual. The Bachelor's programme qualifies students for a profession, but also enables them to transfer to Master's programmes.
The study programme Architecture (B.Eng.) is admission-restricted (NC). The following school-leaving qualifications, among others, apply as admission requirements:
- General higher education entrance qualification
- Subject-related higher education entrance qualification valid in Hesse
- University of Applied Sciences entrance qualification valid in Hessen
A construction site internship of at least 10 weeks must have been completed by the start of lectures in the 3rd semester at the latest.
6 weeks must be completed before the start of the study programme and must be proven by 31.12. of the year of enrolment. A detailed description of the admission requirements can be found in the Special Provisions of the Examination Regulations (German).