Landscape Design and Planning Minor
The Landscape Design and Planning minor exposes students to the principles behind the creation of livable communities that sustain ecological function, fulfill human aspirations for community development, public health, and safety, and are artistically evocative and meaningful. Courses in design and planning introduce students to the history, theory, and practice of landscape design and planning at various geographic scales and in diverse settings.
The minor requires a minimum of 21 credits to be taken from selected courses within the Department and other subject areas.
- Students must be in good academic standing with a minimum 2.00 cumulative GPA.
- If you have questions about the minor and would like to speak to an adviser, complete the online application and include your questions in the final comment box. An adviser will contact you.
- This minor requires a minimum of 21 credits.
- All coursework must be must be taken on the A/F grade base and must be completed with a C- or better.
- No more than 3 courses taken for a major degree may be applied toward the requirements of the minor.
- Elective courses must be approved by the minor adviser.
- Transfer coursework must be approved by the minor adviser. A maximum of 9 transfer credits may be used toward the minor.