Landscape Architecture (LA)

LA 443
Forests, Preserves, Parks, and Urbanscapes

The growing need for these public site types in America in the 1800s gave rise to the landscape architecture profession. More necessary now than ever, the planning and design approach to these sites is undergoing major change. In this course students will investigate the historical and contemporary environmental and cultural relationships of the American landscape. Themes include landscape use and ecological change, regional and national landscapes, the roles of the National Park Service, state and county park and forest systems, and municipal green spaces. Case studies and analyses of specific sites.

Lecture: 3 Lab: 0 Credits: 3
LA 497
Special Projects

Special projects.

Credit: Variable