The master’s degree program UMSB (Environmental Management and Urban Planning in Metropolitan Areas) is unique in the German university landscape. It provides students with a professional and scientifically sound foundation, empowering them to solve the design challenges posed by settlement change, particularly in urban areas. The program is interdisciplinary: students combine environmental science and planning know-how from the areas of landscape architecture, civil engineering, urban development/urban planning and science, with knowledge and skills from the administrative sciences and management fields.
This degree program is taught in German. For further information about the program, please go to the German pages. An overview of our English language degree programs can be found here.
|Academic degree||Master of Engineering (M.Eng.)|
|Standard study period||4 semesters|
|Start||summer & winter semester|
|Admission requirement||B.Eng. Landscape Architecture, Civil Engineering, Architecture or similar qualification grade 2,0 or higher|
|Specializations||Landscape Architecture, Traffic, Resources, Urban Planning, Water management & Infrastructure|
|Study locations||Geisenheim, Wiesbaden, Frankfurt am Main|
|Degree program advice||Prof. Dr. Ilona Leyer|
|Application||to Hochschule RheinMain: general application deadlines are July 15 (winter semester start) and January 15 (summer semester start)|