Advanced Electives in Landscape Architecture

The following list is inclusive of most yet not comprehensive of all the courses available to landscape architecture students. These electives allow students to select courses that best reflect their interests and curricular pursuits while meeting the requirements for a professional degree in landscape architecture. These courses ensure mastery, hone research skills, and encourage independent research.

History & Theory Electives

Representing Landscape Architecture, 1500-2015
Professional Design Practice in Baroque Rome, Francesco Borromini
Hybridity in Landscape Architecture
Modernity and Modernism in Landscape Architecture, 1900-1970
Rome’s Gardens and Landscapes
Rome – Paris 1500-1750
The Italian Renaissance Villa & Garden
Future and Cities
Space, Place and the Imagination in Landscape Architecture
Latin American Landscapes

Natural Systems Electives

Water Resources Planning
Introduction to Urban Ecology

Visual Communication Electives

Rendering and Animation for the Built Environment
Photography and the Urban Landscape
Digital Drawing and Fabrication