Curriculum in Environmental Design - Pre-Landscape Architecture Track
The bachelor of science in environmental design pre-landscape architecture track is preparation for the Master of Landscape Architecture graduate program. Pre-landscape architecture students begin taking the first three semesters of the Master of Landscape Architecture program in the summer after their third year of undergraduate study. Successful performance in the coursework leads to advanced placement in the Master of Landscape Architecture program. A successful student may complete the Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design and the first professional Master of Landscape Architecture in 5 years (including 3 summers).
See Advisor for current curriculum model.
|ENGL 1100 English Composition I||3||ENGL 1120 English Composition II||3|
|Core Science 14||4||Core Science 24||4|
|Core Math||3||Core Fine Arts (Humanities)||3|
|ARCH 1000 Careers in Design and Construction||1||Directed Elective 1||3|
|Core Social Science2||3|
|Core Literature (Humanities)1||3||Core Humanities3||3||ENVD 2100 Environmental Design Workshop I||6|
|HIST 1010/1017 World History I||3||HIST 1020/1027 World History II||3|
|Directed Elective 2||3||ENVD 2000 Environmental Design Concepts and Practices I||3|
|GEOG 1010 Global Geography||3||ENVD 2200 Readings in Landscape Architecture||3|
|PHIL 1070 Art, Value, and Society||3||ENVD 3100 Civic Engagement and Research Methods||3||LAND 5130/6130 Studio I: Foundation Studio1,6||5|
|ENVD 3000 Environmental Design Concepts and Practices II||3||CPLN 5000/6000 History and Theory of Urban Form||3||LAND 5131/6131 Studio I: Field Studies1,6||1|
|LAND 5170/6170 Graphic Studies II||3||LAND 5240 History II: Landscape Timelines||3||LAND 5140/6140 History I: Landscape Modernism1,6||3|
|ENVD 4010 Elements of Design Thinking and Communication||3||ENVD 4970 Special Topics in Environmental Design||3||LAND 5150/6150 Construction I1,6||2|
|LAND 5160/6160 Graphic Studies I1,6||2|
|If a student successfully completes the Pre-Landscape Architecture summer program, then the student progresses into the remainder of the Pre-Land curriculum. Otherwise the student will return to the basic ENVD degree plan|
|LAND 5230 Studio II||5||LAND 5330 Studio III||5|
|LAND 5231 Field Studies II||1||LAND 5331 Field Studies III||1|
|LAND 5250 Construction II||2||LAND 5340 Urban Studies I: American Urban Landscapes||3|
|LAND 5270/6270 Plant Spatiality||2||LAND 5250 Construction II||2|
|GEOG 5830/6830 Geographic Information Systems||4||LAND 5370 Plant Ephemerality||2|
|UNIV 4AA0 University Graduation||0||LAND 5360 Dynamic Systems I: Urban Ecologies||3|
|Total Hours: 124|
For Core students must complete one approved sequence, either in Literature or History; ARCH/ARIA require a History sequence and one Literature course.
Any Core Social Science course may be selected. See the 2015-16 Bulletin or an advisor for a list of approved choices.
Any Core Humanities Science course may be selected. See the 2015-16 Bulletin or an advisor for a list of approved choices
Students must complete a sequence of Science courses
Satisfies SLO 7, Oral Communication