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B.S. Major Requirements:

Preparatory Subject Matter
English Writing 4
Communication 1 4
Biological Sciences 2A, 2B 10
Environmental Horticulture 6 4
One course from: Mathematics 16A; Statistics 13; Computer Science 10 3-4
One course from: Chemistry 2A, 10; Physics 1A, 10; Geology 1; Geography 1; or Soil Science 10 3-5
Two courses satisfying Social Sciences general education requirement 8
Two courses satisfying Arts and Humanities general education requirement 8
Landscape Architecture 1, 2, 3, 21, 30, 50, 60, 70 32
Depth Subject Matter
Landscape Architecture 160, 161, 170, 171 22
Three studios from Landscape Architecture 191 (3 courses-5 units each) 15
Landscape Architecture 120 or 150 4
Landscape Architecture 190 (three quarters) 3
Landscape Architecture 102 4
Environmental Horticulture 133, 105 8
Restricted Electives
Select 20 units of upper division courses in consultation with adviser 20
Total Units for the Major
Major Adviser. Nina Claire Napawan
Advising Center. See Sharla Cheney, 135 Hunt Hall, 530-754-8628, scheney@ucdavis.edu.
Graduate Study. Graduate-level landscape architecture courses are available to students pursuing graduate programs compatible with or directed toward landscape management, planning, and design issues. A Graduate Academic Certificate in Landscape Architecture and Environmental Design is an option for any graduate student; see https://gradstudies.ucdavis.edu/programs/graduate-academic-certificates. Program faculty are active members of various graduate groups: Community Development, Geography, Transportation Technology and Policy, and Ecology. Faculty members have expertise in many areas, including landscape history, social theory, practice of public space design, historic landscape preservation, city and regional planning, community participation in urban landscape design, landscape ecology, conservation planning, resource management, bioregionalism, and regenerative landscape systems. Graduate students pursue more focused interests, expanding their professional expertise and/or conducting advanced research in landscape architecture orrelated disciplines.
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Updated: March 22, 2017 10:38 AM