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Minor in Landscape Architecture

Minor in Landscape Architecture

The Minor in Landscape Architecture is available to students in any Bachelor program, outside of Landscape Architecture, at Clemson University who may be interested in landscape architecture, urban design, sustainable development and environmental restoration. The minor offers an overview of landscape architecture, from the relationship between environmental design and sustainability, design for social justice, and urban form to cultural landscapes and traditions. 

The minor (15 credit hours) will be offered in Clemson and Charleston during the fall and spring semesters. Some courses may be offered during summer sessions

For questions regarding the minor or for registration information, contact Professor Lara Browning,

  • Coursework

    A minor in Landscape Architecture requires LARC 1150, LARC 1160, LARC 4530, and 6 credits as listed below.

    REQUIRED (9 total credits)

    1. LARC 1150 – Introduction to Landscape Architecture.
    2. LARC 1160 - History of Landscape Architecture.
    3. LARC 4530 - Key Issues in Landscape Architecture.

    SELECT TWO (6 total credits)

    • LARC 3210 - Landscape Architectural Seminar
    • LARC 3990 - Creative Inquiry in Landscape Architecture III
    • LARC 4050 - Urban Genesis and Form
    • LARC 4230 - Environmental Issues in Landscape Architecture
    • LARC 4330 - Historic Preservation in Landscape Architecture
    • LARC 4430 - Community Issues in Landscape Architecture
    • LARC 4530 - Key Issues in Landscape Architecture
    • LARC 4710 - Chinese and Japanese Garden Traditions
    • LARC 4720 - South Carolina’s Landscapes: Then and Now
    • LARC 4810 - Landscape Architecture Professional Practice
    • LARC 4970 - Selected Topics in Landscape Architecture

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