The Minor in Landscape Architecture curriculum consists of six courses (19-20 units). View in PDF format:
Elective coursework addresses site and landscape planning issues and explores the ways in which designed landscapes can educate and inspire communities toward environmental health and cultural identity.
Three courses in the minor core are required, for a total of 10 units:
|History and Theory of Landscape Architecture
Three courses from the following minor electives are required to complete the minor, for a minimum of 9 units:
|Sustainable Design and Planning
|Climate Action Planning
|History, Theory and Contemporary Landscape Architecture
|Introduction to GIS for Planning and Landscape Architecture
For more information on declaring the Minor in Landscape Architecture, please contact a CAPLA advisor.