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USC Catalogue 2016-2017 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Landscape Architecture Certificate


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This program is intended to introduce at the graduate level the basic subjects inherent to the field of landscape architecture: plant materials suitable to urban conditions; urban utility and transportation systems in relation to topography, natural drainage and pathways; plant and wildlife communities; as well as inquiries about landscape infrastructure and ecology, and the history of human settlement in the evolution of urban landscapes. Southern California and Los Angeles provide an exceptionally valuable natural and socio-cultural laboratory for landscape architecture studies.

Course Requirements

Completion of the certificate program requires a minimum of 15 units. Students must take four core courses and select 3 units of electives from the approved list approved by the director of the graduate landscape architecture program.

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