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Landscape Design and Implementation

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Landscape Design and Implementation(120 Hours)

Students interested in careers in designing and building residential, commercial, public, and institutional landscapes, using both plant material and non-living elements such as walls and fountains, should consider the Landscape Design and Implementation major. In addition to the IPS core courses, students will take courses in landscape architecture and horticulture. Through hands-on experience in course activities and participation in a professional practicum, students will learn to design, install, and maintain aesthetic outdoor environments that enrich people’s lives.
First Year
First TermHours
Biol 106 [B] (GER)4
Engl 101 [W] (GER)3
GenEd 110 [A] or 111 [A] (GER)3
Hort 1023
L A 1013
Second TermHours
GenEd 110 [A] or 111 [A] (GER)3
H D 205 [C] or ComSt 102 [C] (GER)3 or 4
Hort 2024
L A 1023
SoilS 201 [B] (GER)3
Second Year
First TermHours
Biol 120 [B] or Biol 107 [B] (GER)4
Chem 101 [P] (GER)4
Hort 2313
L A 2623
Second TermHours
Arts & Humanities [H,G] (GER)13
Chem 102 [P] (GER)4
Hort 2323
L A 2633
Stat 212 [N], Math 140 [N], Math 171 [N], or Math 202 [N] (GER)3 or 4
Complete Writing Portfolio
Third Year
First TermHours
CropS 301 [M]3
EconS 101 [S] or EconS 102 [S] (GER)3
Entom 34323
LDI Elective33
LDI Elective [M]33
Second TermHours
Arts & Humanities [H,G] or Social Sciences [S,K] (GER)13
Hort 3313
IPM 45242
L A 3654
LDI Electives32
Fourth Year
First TermHours
Anth 203 [K] or Anth 309 [K] (GER)3
Hort 3461
L A 3664
L A 3992
Pl P 3002
Tier III Course [T] (GER)13
Second TermHours
400-500-level Seminar in CAHNRS1
Hort 4163
L A 3673
L A 3991
LDI Electives36

Footnotes

1One of the Arts & Humanities or Social Sciences courses [H,G,S,K], or the Tier III [T] course should be double-designated as a Diversity [D] course.
2ENTOM 340 can be taken in the spring as an alternative to ENTOM 343.
3LDI Electives: Electives to Customize the LDI Major: (Choose a minimum of 14 credits, including one [M] course)--Ecology or Environment Science Electives: (choose a minimum of 3 credits): BIOLOGY 330, 462, LND ARCH 380, NATRS 300, 450 [M], or 454 [M]. --Hort Electives: (choose a minimum of 3 credits): HORT 251, 332, 340, 341, 357, 358, 425 [M], CROP SCI 305, or 317. --Other Electives: (Choose a minimum of 3 credits): ACCTG 230, B LAW 210, COM 245, CST M 102, 252, MGTOP 101, or 340.
4IPM 201 can be taken as an alternative to IPM 452.
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