Students outside the professional program may choose the undergraduate minor in landscape studies to complement their major (five courses, 15 credits). Landscape is a useful unifying and foundational concept to address pressing problems of coupled human-environmental systems at the threshold of profound environmental change. Exploring landscape as an eco-cultural artifact provides useful insights into a culture’s relationship to nature. Studies related to landscape and design can be useful complements to many areas of study!
Recommended Courses Include:
- LA1410 Grounding in Landscape Architecture I (4cr)
- LA1420 Grounding in Landscape Architecture II (4cr)
- LA3170 Design and Environmental Systems (3cr)
- LA3600 Pre-Industrial Cities and Towns in North America (3cr)
- LA4830 Seminar in Landscape Studies (1cr)
- LA5450 The Parks and Flora of Imperial Rome (3cr)
- ARCH3821 History of European Landscape Architecture (3cr)
- ARCH3822 History of American Landscape Architecture (3cr)
Check course listings for more possible offerings.