About speciality



Learning outcomes of the study programme show that the student will have accumulated:


·  knowledge and ability to carry out research helping to analyse the factors related to landscape design;

·  special skills which allow to apply the acquired knowledge in practical and professional activities;

·  social and personal skills which allow to operate in other fields of the activity as well.


Descriptor parts, arbitrary marks

Learning Outcomes

Knowledge, Its Application

A1

Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of ornamental plants and plants of their community, qualities of these plants, utilisation and cultivation conditions.

A2

Apply the information and plans the landscape using the most rational environment management methods and techniques, landscaping technologies, materials and means.

A3

Demonstrate knowledge and understanding in evaluating landscape ecology, cultural heritage and protection of landscape values.

Cognitive skills

B1

Are able to apply information and understanding, as well as demonstrates professional opinion in solving landscape design, application of landscaping technologies and planting work organisation tasks.

B2

Recognise and analyses new problems related to landscape design activities and plans solving strategies.

B3

Are able to apply information and understanding, as well as demonstrates professional opinion on information technologies implemented in the field of landscape design.

B4

Are able to formulate and provide well-reasoned grounds for rational solutions of landscape technical and work projects.

Practical skills

C1

Are able to select and interpret data necessary in the process of landscape design.

C2

Are able to apply international, European and Lithuanian normative documents and standards regulating landscape design.

C3

Are able to prepare budget documentation, organise administrative activities, establish an enterprise, to organise its operation and to wind it up.

C4

Are able to professionally organise planting works taking into consideration environmental and human safety.

Transferable skills

D1

Are able to convey information, project ideas, problems and their solution methods.

D2

Are able to provide well-reasoned arguments while organising planting works at a site.

Personal Skills

E1

Are able to independently learn and improve in the field of landscape design.

E2

Are able to communicate in a correct Lithuanian and at least one foreign language.

E3

Are able to work in a multiprofile team.

E4

Have organisational and time management skills manifesting themselves in the ability to plan and implement productive and efficient working techniques.

Access to professional activity:


Having acquired a Landscape Designer's speciality, the individuals possessing an extensive knowledge of landscape design requirements and adapting technologies for the production of ornamental plants can successfully work in the field of transforming or establishing  new plantings, taking care of them, artistically arranging plants, and  providing plant design services and consultations. Graduates of Landscape Design can work as designers in decorative plant arboretums, farms, public parks and squares, botanical gardens, and in the field of flower arrangement. They can develop their activity by providing services in planting and interior decoration with plant compositions. The qualification of landscape designer enables a specialist an opportunity to  design the landscape in private and public sectors, to estimate planting features and innovations for squares, parks and homesteads in functional and aesthetic aspect.