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Curriculum

The Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture (BSLA) program was established in 1915 by A. D. Taylor and received initial accreditation by the American Society of Landscape Architects in 1924. Through a studio-based curriculum, the program provides students with the theoretical, historical, and technical grounding for advanced study or future work within the discipline. The BSLA leads to a four-year professional undergraduate degree.

Year 1

Autumn Semester

LARCH 1100
Survey
LARCH 2300
Outlines of the Built Environment
LARCH 2310
Introduction to Design
MATH 1148
(dependent on placement results)
GE
(Social Science)

Spring Semester

LARCH 2600
Outlines of Landscape Architecture
ENGLISH 1110
(Writing I GE)
MATH 1118
(dependent on placement results)
EASCI 1121
(Physical Science GE)
GE
(Social Science)

Year 2

Autumn Semester

LARCH 2920
Design Studio II: Site Dynamics
LARCH 2410
Workshop I: Analysis and Communication
LARCH 2780
Landscape Architecture Topics Seminar
HORT 2340
Landscape Plants

Spring Semester

LARCH 2930
Design Studio III: Social Dynamics
LARCH 2420
Workshop II: Landscape Technolgies
LARCH 2367
Making & Meaning of the American Landscape
GE
(Data Analysis)

Year 3

Autumn Semester

LARCH 3940
Design Studio IV: Ecology and Planning
LARCH 3430
Workshop III: Adv. Analysis and Comm.
LARCH H&T
History & Theory (5610, 5620 or 5630)
GE
(Biological Science)

Spring Semester

LARCH 3950
Design Studio V: Design in Detail
LARCH 3440
Workshop IV: Adv. Landscape Tech.
LARCH 5367
Professional Practice
GE
(History of Art)
GE
(Literature)

Year 4

Autumn Semester

LARCH 4960
Design Studio VI: Urbanism
LARCH H&T
History & Theory (5610, 5620 or 5630)
LARCH 3597
Sustainability & You
GE
(Open Option)

Spring Semester

LARCH 4970
Design Studio VII: Synthesis
LA ELECTIVE
Landscape Architecture Elective
GE
(Historical Study)
GE
(Open Option)