Cultural Landscape minor

Cultural Landscape minor

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The term “cultural landscape” refers to any environment that is shaped or modified by human beings. The cultural landscape minor offers a complex, diverse and challenging study of space as it relates to both the built and natural environments.

  • ARLH  308 History of Urban Form
  • CULT  160 Fundamentals of Cultural Landscape
  • CULT  210 Historic Landscape Design
  • CULT  305 Culture of the Landscape
  • HIPR  101 Introduction to Historic Preservation
  • HIPR  203 Preservation Research
  •   — Directed elective*
  •   — Directed elective†

Total course of study: 40 hours

* Choose one of the following: ARLH 361 American Cultural Landscape, ARLH 450 Research Methods in Architectural History, CULT 320 Cultural Landscape Seminar or HIPR 410 Topics and Techniques in Historic Landscape Preservation.
† Choose one of the following: DRAW 310 Landscape Drawing, INDS 321 Interior and Exterior Illustration, or PHOT 323 The Contemporary Landscape.