1. The Master independently identifies an architectural question within a complex context and independently formulates an ethically sound point of view.
2. The Master designs – self-directedly – architecture that offers a socially sound and top quality spatial and technical answer to an architectural question, taking all limiting conditions into account.
3. The Master sets out strategies in function of processes of design, research and realisation.
4. The Master conceives multidisciplinary processes of design, research and realisation and analyses their own role in it.
5. The Master interprets their own and other people’s work in a local and global context and founds this personally and future-oriented from a historical and current cultural framework.
6. The Master conceives, plans and executes scientific and design research on and in architecture and the built environment.
7. Using the tools of the trade, the Master independently communicates and presents an architectural design and research to an audience of laymen and professionals and enters the debate expertly.
8. The Master permanently continues training and has a critical attitude to all aspects of care for the built and non-built environment.
9. The Master approaches all aspects of his/her professional activity from its social meaning and shows commitment and empathy.
10. The Master has knowledge of and ethical insight in procedural, legal and ethical aspects of architecture and urban development and of the relevant legislation, including technical regulations.