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  • ENVD 1030 - Studio 1: Introduction to Landscape Architecture
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2020
    The third of four introductory studios exposes students to concepts and strategies inherent to the practice of landscape architecture. Students analyze and design ecological related systems within an urban context in this immersive studio environment.
  • ENVD 1052 - Design and Communication 1
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2018
    Using both lectures and drawing exercises, this class extends understandings of the representational conventions used by the design professions through its introduction to the possibilities offered by emerging digital techniques for the depiction of designed artifacts and environments, allowing students to extend and enhance their understandings of advanced practices for design visualization, representation and communication. Recommended corequisites: ENVD 1004 and ENVD 2001.
  • ENVD 1102 - Design and Communication 2
    Primary Instructor - Summer 2018
    Using both lectures and drawing exercises, this class extends understandings of the representational conventions used by the design professions through its introduction to the possibilities offered by traditional techniques for the advanced practices for design visualization, representation, and communication. Recommended corequisites: ENVD 1104 and ENVD 2003.
  • ENVD 1976 - Colloquium - Exploring Careers, Research and Practice
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2019 / Fall 2019
    Inspiration in the design profession can be found through a series of faculty and professional lectures. Students develop an understanding of the breath of environmental design careers, research and practice.
  • ENVD 2130 - Environmental Design Studio 2
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2018
    Exposes students to a sequence of design investigations that lead to the development of design concepts for critical evaluation and discussion. The intent of this introductory design studio is to expose students to the fundamental design practices that are common to the disciplines of architecture, urban design and landscape design - disciplines that share the responsibility for shaping the designed environment. Recommended corequisite: ENVD 3003.
  • ENVD 3134 - History and Theory of Environmental Design and the Medium Scale: Precincts
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2019
    Focuses on design projects not in a building envelope, including landscapes, public and private urban spaces, complexes and similarly scaled design projects. Aspects of architectural and planning thinking are interwoven in a landscape concentration.
  • ENVD 3300 - Special Topics: Intermediate Design Lab
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2018 / Spring 2019
    Design lab exploring new and emerging themes in environmental design. May be repeated up to 18 total credit hours.
  • ENVD 4100 - Advanced Design Lab 1
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2018 / Spring 2019
    Design lab exploring new and emerging themes in design. May be repeated up to 18 total credit hours.
  • ENVD 4363 - Special Topics: Physical Factors in Environmental Design
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2020
    Includes such topics as appropriate technology, public policy and natural hazards, organization of the designing and building process, and physical elements of urban development.
  • ENVD 4972 - Honors Research Methods and Thesis Preparation
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2018 / Fall 2019
    To prepare students for undertaking an independent research or design project in Environmental Design, this asks students to engage with existing literature in the field. Students will understand how research and design projects are conducted, and how their own work fits within a long tradition of scholarship. Department consent required.
  • LAND 2004 - History of Landscape Architecture
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2020
    Discuss the origins of landscape architecture, surveys the body of ancient to contemporary landscape design and how it informs current design practices and delves into our cultural relationships with built landscapes and ecological systems. Recommended corequisite: LAND 2100.
  • LAND 3100 - Studio 2: Intermediate Landscape Architecture
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2019
    Building on skills established in Studio A, this studio advances the understanding of the practice of landscape architecture by incorporating projects through community engagement or other real-world applications. This studio builds on the digital technologies and drawing and graphic communication skills.
  • LAND 3103 - Planting Design and Ecology
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2019
    Covers native and naturalized plant identification, planting design principles and foundations of local ecological systems. This class introduces plants and the significance they play in placemaking, bringing nature into urban environments and creating intentional spaces using living materials.

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