Landscape Architecture



The aim of this programme is to offer a broad-based education in the theory and practice of landscape architecture in order to provide professional expertise in urban and tropical aspects of landscape design and urban development. More specifically, the programme contains the following objectives:

1. Produce environmentally and socially responsible professionals who are committed to the provision of environmentally sound landscape design.
2. Develop analytical and methodological skills that are critical foundations to landscape studies and design.
3. Provide exposure, at an advanced level, to the full range of issues that bear upon the design and realization of sustainable development through landscape.
4. Prepare students for advanced careers in landscape architecture, consulting, research or public service, or in preparation for further academic training.

LA3201 Introduction to the History of Landscape
LA3211 Plant Identification 1
LA3301 Plant Science & Horticulture
LA3701 Introduction to Landscape Design
LA3711 Sketchbook 1
LA3712 Sketchbook 2
LA4201 Theory of Modern Landscape Architecture
LA4202 Planting Design
LA4212 Plant Identification 2
LA4301 Materials and Techniques
LA4701 Landscape Studio IVa
LA4702 Landscape Studio IVb
LA5201 Politics of Landscape
LA5301 Site Systems
LA5701 Sustainable Regional Design
LA5702 Final Design Project
LA5302 Landscape Construction & Detailing
LA5402 Professional Practice
LA5742 Research Dissertation
BL5102 Environmental Science
DE5107 Environmental Planning
UD5622 Methods of Urban Design and Urban Analysis