Graduate Certificate in Landscape Design
The graduate certificate program in landscape design is ideally suited for landscape professionals seeking to upgrade skills, individuals who wish to become professional landscape designers, amateurs with an interest in the art of garden design, institutional horticultural staff, nursery employees, and garden-design writers. Courses are geared to small-scale landscape design applications with emphasis on sound design principles, good site engineering methods, and creative use of plant materials.
Specific admission requirements can be found on the Graduate Program Finder.
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The following requirements must be fulfilled: 28 credits in required courses.
|PSLD 6100||Landscape Graphics|
|PSLD 6201||Introduction to Design|
|PSLD 6202||Site Analysis|
|PSLD 6203||Site Engineering|
|PSLD 6204||Construction Methods and Materials|
|PSLD 6212||History of Landscape Design|
|PSLD 6213||Contemporary Themes in the Landscape|
|PSLD 6221||Landscape Plants for Fall|
|PSLD 6223||Landscape Plants for Spring|
|PSLD 6225||Landscape Plants for Summer|
|PSLD 6231||Site Design Studio|
|PSLD 6236||Planting Design Studio|
|PSLD 6240||Comprehensive Project|
See CPS regulations for additional information regarding enrollment status and time limits.