After you complete your first year as a College of Architecture and Planning (CAP) student, you will begin the landscape architecture curriculum. A specific sequence of courses in design, design communications, history, environmental systems, site engineering and construction, plant materials, and planting design has been created so you get the most out of your course work.
Complementary support courses are offered in such subjects as historic landscape preservation, land reclamation, computer-assisted regional analysis and planning, park and recreation planning, and other computer applications.
In addition, studio courses are a vital part of the curriculum that has been developed for CAP students. This special course work completed in your personal studio space challenges you to develop skills and a knowledge base that are essential to solving real-world problems.
Bachelor of Landscape Architecture Curriculum (154 Credits)
The following schedule outlines the typical course of study for this degree. Please see the official course catalog for complete program information. Current students can login to my.bsu.edu for information on upcoming course offerings, as well as download our elective offerings for the upcoming semester.
LA 201LA 214LA 220LA 270
LA 202LA 221LA 280
Park and Open Space DesignLandscape Architecture History 2Computer ApplicationsUniversity Core CurriculumUniversity Core Curriculum
LA 301LA 311LA 341
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