Each semester, the Landscape Architecture section offers seminars and other special offerings and elective courses which focus on topics that complement the core MLA curriculum. These courses may also serve students from the other sections of the KSA or across the University. New topics are always in development in order to afford students the opportunity to pursue elective courses whose content is both timely and of particular interest to them.
MAY and SUMMER 2013
The section is not offering graduate elective courses during the May 2013 or Summer 2013 terms.
LARCH 5630: History & Theory: Urbanism
Contemporary history and theory of landscape architecture practice and criticism, with an emphasis on evaluating conceptual, formal and performative aspects of designed landscapes. Focus on urbanism.
Honors-embedded section offered.
3 credit hours
LARCH 5798: International Workshop on Urban Landscape: Seoul, South Korea
Application deadline | Friday, March 29, 2013
Interested students should contact Assistant Professor Katherine Bennett, firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit the event page to learn more about the trip and seminar.
LARCH 7410: Landscape Technologies
Advanced studies in landscape technologies.
Full course details coming soon.
1 - 3 credit hours
LARCH 7890: Seminar in Landscape Architecture
Advanced topics in landscape architectural practice, theory and research.
Instructor and specific topic details coming soon.
3 credit hours