The aim of this degree is to provide graduates with a sound knowledge base and well balanced range of scientific, technical and management skills focused on the management of landscape - both urban and rural - for conservation, leisure, amenity and access. Throughout the programme, students will gain an understanding of environmental impact assessment, the processes of mitigation and their strategic implementation. It provides a high quality broad-based training experience in landscape management, ensuring that graduates are not restricted in their eventual choice of career. Students are prepared for the long-term care and development of new and existing landscapes, as well as determining policy and planning for future management. All students undertake a final year project on a professional theme of their choice.Location
This programme is awarded by the University of Greenwich, and based at Hadlow College. Hadlow College is a 256-hectare estate containing woodland and aquatic habitats, landscape training centre, design studio and dedicated science laboratories.Degree structure
The aims of the programme are:
- To become holistically knowledgeable in the management of community, landscape and conservation
- To recognise and understand the processes involved in mitigating environmental impacts as they occur on the built and rural landscapes
- To gain knowledge excellence in contract, stewardship options, management planning and other landscape management options.