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  1. Engineering of planted territory

    Future landscape gardening engineers study plantation engineering business management, human safety, ethics, fundamentals of law, methodology of applied researches, flower combinations, the history of fine arts and architecture, engineering graphics and drawing, building materials, resistance of plantation materials, etc. Practical studies are conducted in three stages: cognitive-training, specialisation-technological and final practice. The duration of practical studies is 20 weeks. During these studies, the skills required to install and maintain plantation infrastructure, etc., are consolidated and improved. The landscape gardening study programme is aimed at people who have secondary education and seek to be engineers. ...

    Provider NameKaunas College

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  2. Landscape gardening and design

    Future landscape gardening and design engineers study floristic interior design, floriculture, mechanisation of gardening work, plant composition fundamentals, fundamentals of agronomy, geodesy, dendrology, fundamentals of growing garden plants, design, creation and maintenance of landscape plantations, construction fundamentals, draughtsmanship, drawing, etc. Practical studies are conducted in five stages: technological (1, 2), professional, computer landscape gardening design, specialisation and final practice. The duration of practical studies is 21 weeks. During studies, the skills required to grow decorative plants, design, create and maintain landscape plantations, use flowers and decorative plants for interior decoration, etc., are consolidated and improved. The study programme for landscape gardening and design is designed for people who have secondary general education and aspire to be landscape gardening and design engineers. ...

    Provider NameZemaitija College

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  3. Landscape Design

    The studies of Landscape Gardening and Design include the creation, arrangement and rearrangement of green plantations, organization of green plantation maintenance, as well as cultivation and application of herbaceous and woody plants. The total number comprises 34 subjects. Practical studies consist of seven stages: ornamental plants, basics of geodesy and construction, landscape design and formation, technologies of ornamental plant cultivation and landscape maintenance, applied design programmes either of nursery gardens of ornamental plants, or flower arrangement, or field floriculture, branch and final practical trainings. The duration of practical studies is 20 weeks. The studies consolidate and improve the skills of plant application and maintenance, design, etc. The study programme of Landscape Gardening and Design aims at the entrants, having secondary education and seeking to become specialists of landscape gardening and design. ...

    Provider NameVilnius College

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  4. Landscape Design

    Objective(s) of a study programme: Prepare landscape design specialists of higher education able to independently analyse factors influencing landscape, ecologically and aesthetically arrange dwelling environment, elaborate and implement landscape design plans of different cultural landscape objects. Learning outcomes: Professional bachelors will know ornamental, horticultural and medicinal plants, will be able to select the most suitable growing technologies, foresee and apply sanitary plant protection measures, carry out design investigations, assess the influence of economic activities on environmental quality, having assimilated artistic arrangement measures, plan and construct design plans  of different types of landscape gardens, maintain and reconstruct them, provide design and maintenance services to private owners. Activities of teaching and learning: Main activities of a landscape design specialist: -          growing of ornamental plants; -          landscape design and management; -          construction and maintenance of landscape gardens; -          interior use of flowers and ornamental plants. Methods of assessment of learning achievements: Professional bachelor‘s qualification is awarded to graduates who have completed the study programme and have written a final thesis in the selected specialization. Specializations: Park husbandry: -          recreational silviculture; -          park management; -          bioecology of animals; -          essentials of agrotourism; Growing of ornamental p ...

    Provider NameKaunas College of Forestry and Environmental Engineering

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  5. Horticulture and Landscaping

    This study program is for students who seek to get bachelor degree in Horticulture. After the studies they should be able to use optimally the potential of garden and decorative plants; to prepare and implement landscape projects of gardens and greenery; to solve problems related to gardening and planting development; to create and organize business. The major subjects of the studies: Botany, Plant Physiology, Soil Science, Agrochemistry, Agroecology and Environment, General of Landscape Design, Decorative Dendrology, Greenery Design, Grass Design, Floriculture, Horticulture, Olericulture, Business Management and Economics of Agriculture. Professional trainings are organised in two stages: educational practice intended to consolidate the fundamental and practical knowledge of the program basics and special education subjects; also, occupation practice, intended for training of professional knowledge and ability. ...

    Provider NameAleksandras Stulginskis University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  6. Landscape Design and Management

    Objective(s) of a study program: The main objective of the study program is to prepare comprehensive high quality university degree specialists, having knowledge of the nature elements and landscape management technologies, of art in spatial design, able to apply the laws of spatial planning, adapting or transforming landscape and natural environment elements according to the needs of society, to keep balance between human created elements and nature, carry out business in landscape design, to lead management of green spaces. The first partial objective is to provide the knowledge of society development and to inoculate the concepts of professional values, to develop social responsibility, to convey principles of sustainable development, skills of natural, cultural and social environment assessment in connection with the development of landscape architecture trends. Second partial objective – provide knowledge of the nature elements and landscape management technologies, to develop skills of rational use of natural resources, landscape planning and management business management in landscape design. Third partial objective – provide knowledge of spatial art, history and theory of landscape architecture, to develop capability of green space design incorporating harmony laws of art, creating a different scope and scale of human habitat. Learning outcomes: 1. To be able to describe and assess changes of natural, cultural and social environment, to define the transforming factors in those fields, to understand the ...

    Provider NameAleksandras Stulginskis University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania