Architecture, planning and construction sciences address the design of internal and external spaces, incorporate people as well as their needs and habits and deal with legal, social, environmental and political issues and circumstances.
CAS Continued Construction on Existing Buildings
Learn how to build on existing buildings! This architectural further education course deals with the preservation of historical monuments and energy, and with retaining and renovating as a process. The CAS can count towards part of the MAS in Sustainable Construction.
Specialised course Construction Management
The specialist course in Construction Management provides you and with a holistic overview when realising construction projects with your newly acquired knowledge. During the excursion to a local large construction site in the course, you will also learn about the practical side of construction management.
CAS Urban Forestry
The CAS Urban Forestry consists of five thematic specialised courses (basic module) and a transdisciplinary practical module. In these two modules you will learn about different elements: Tree and Forest, Environment and Ecology, Urban Landscape, City, Society and the necessary participatory communication strategies that contribute to an urban whole.
Specialised Course Construction Site Management in Practice
The specialist course Construction Site Management in Practice was designed in such a way that it builds on existing knowledge in construction management and offers the opportunity to apply this concretely to a building construction project.
Specialised Course Trees, Buildings and Public Spaces
In the specialist course Trees, Buildings and Public Spaces, the following topics will be dealt with and discussed: urban development models, integral planning processes, green and open space design in semi-private spaces and designing the atmosphere of future places.
Specialised Course Fire Protection
The specialist course fire protection teaches you the basics of quality assurance responsibility in fire protection for construction projects. The course enables you to take over quality assurance with the newly acquired knowledge in the planning and execution phase of construction projects.
Specialist Course Of Trees and People
What is an Urban Forest? What is the significance of urban forestry for the future of cities? And what forms of communication are needed so that the challenges surrounding Urban Forestry and the inclusion of the population as a participatory concern can be mastered? These questions, among others, will be discussed in the specialist course Of Trees and People.