With increasing focus on preserving and sustaining our natural world, a minor in landscape architecture is an ideal complement to any major that involves the built world and outdoor spaces.
Our 19-credit undergraduate minor will inspire you to apply natural and aesthetic principles to the planning, designing, preservation, and management of land. Because it emphasizes environmental systems, plants, and site grading, a landscape architecture minor could be a valuable complement to a degree in architecture, urban planning, natural resources and environmental management, or a related major.
This minor would not qualify someone to practice or call themselves a landscape architect. Our professionally accredited Bachelor of Landscape Architecture degree will qualify you for that. You should check it out!
Please see the official course catalog for complete program information. Current students can log in to My BSU for information on upcoming course offerings.
|LA 100 ||Introduction to Landscape Architecture ||2
|LA 220 ||Landscape Architecture History 1 ||3
|LA 270 ||Environmental Systems ||3
|LA 211 ||Landscape Architectural Engineering ||4
|LA 341 ||Landscape Plants ||4
| ||Departmental Elective ||3
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You do not need to apply for this minor. You simply need to declare your intent to pursue the minor by contacting Academic Advising.