The minor in Urban Landscape Studies has two tracks, one for architecture majors and a second for students from other disciplines. The minor introduces fundamental design and management of sustainable urban environments, as well as an overview of historic and contemporary issues in urban landscape.

MINOR IN URBAN LANDSCAPE STUDIES FOR NON-BS ARCH MAJORS

20-credit hour non-studio-based curriculum
(B.S.Arch majors are not eligible for this minor)

FOUR REQUIRED COURSES (16 CREDITS)

ARCH1310: Architecture and Global Cultures, Prehistory to 1400 (4)
ARCH1320: Architecture and Global Cultures, 1400 – 1800 (4)

LARC2330: Cities, Landscape, and Modern Culture (4)
LARC2340: Cities, Landscape, and Contemporary Culture (4)

ONE ELECTIVE FROM THE FOLLOWING LIST (4 CREDITS)

ARCH1450: Understanding Design (4)
ARCH3364: Architecture & Planning in 21st c. China (4)

ENVR1200: Dynamic Earth (4)
ENVR4515: Sustainable Development (4)
ENVR5210: Environmental Planning (4)

MINOR IN URBAN LANDSCAPE STUDIES FOR BS ARCH MAJORS

20-credit hour non-studio-based-curriculum

THREE REQUIRED COURSES (12 CREDITS)

LARC2330: Cities, Landscape, and Modern Culture (4)
LARC2340: Cities, Landscape, and Contemporary Culture (4)
LARC5210: Environmental Systems for Landscape (4)

TWO ELECTIVES FROM THE FOLLOWING LIST (8 CREDITS)

ENVR1200: Dynamic Earth (4)
ENVR3200: Water Resources (4)
ENVR3300: Geographic Information Systems (4)
ENVR4515: Sustainable Development (4)
ENVR5210: Environmental Planning (4)

CIVE2334: Environmental Engineering 1 (4)
CIVE4538: Urban Water Quality & Public Health (4)
CIVE4566: Sustainable Transit (4)
CIVE5270: Environmental Protection & Management (4)
CIVE5321: Geo-Environmental Engineering (4)

PHTH5214: Environmental Health (3)

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