Survey of Land Arch Design

Principles of landscape and environmental design; incorporates elements of landscape planning and management. Provides background to the ideas and personalities shaping landscape architecture in America. Enroll Info: None

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History of Landscape Arch

A critical and historical analysis of our design of outdoor space. Enroll Info: None

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Internship in Land Arch

An experiential learning opportunity that integrates knowledge and theory learned in the classroom with practical application and skills development in a professional setting. The course allows students to gain valuable applied experience and make professional connections in the field of landscape architecture. Students will apply landscape architecture concepts, practice problem solving-skills, be exposed to multidisciplinary approaches, develop team-work and interpersonal skills, access and use information resources, reflect upon or address ethical and professional issues, and prepare written and oral reports. Enroll Info: None

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Architectural and Site Design

Introduces beginning design students to the interdisciplinary processes used in solving three-dimensional design problems for both exterior and interior spaces. Allows students to understand the integration between architectural design, site design and interior design, and how these design realms create physical and sensory experiences in our everyday lives. Helps students develop fundamental verbal and graphic communication skills used in the professional design world. Questions explored in this course include: How to humans experience their environment? How do we perceive and interact with spaces where we live, work, and play? What makes great interior and exterior spaces? How do designers think to solve creative spatial design problems? Enroll Info: None

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Indigenous Arts & Sciences

Participate in a one-week community-based, intergenerational Institute focused on ecological restoration and water stewardship rooted in Indigenous knowledge while working with Native Nations in Wisconsin. An emphasis is on environmental science aligned with cultural values and indigenous science processes and address environmental, education and health issues through restoration and stewardship action. Learn culturally accurate and authentic resources about tribal sovereignty, history, and culture and contemporary issues relevant to each community. Through hands-on stewardship action, a greater sense of self and diversity of perspectives related to impacts of climate change and preserving biodiversity will be gained. Enroll Info: None

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