The programme will address some of the planet’s most urgent issues; climate change, environmental deterioration, natural hazards, regional conflicts, poverty and migration. There are 70 ECTS compulsory credits including Landscape Architecture in a Global Context, Landscape and Urban Ecology and Ethical, Social and Landscape practices. The spring term in the first year, there is another studio course: Critical Landscape Analysis and Governance, as well as a course focusing on Theory and Methodology. In the autumn term of the second year there is an elective period reserved for an extensive fieldwork course. In addition, 20 ECTS are Electives, and the master thesis is 30 ECTS, both of which the students will choose along with study and academic advisors.